Really funny video of an IT guy and some of the
problems he has to solve during a typical day.
Speaking of the website being down, good ol’
Admit-one will be down until this coming Sunday
sort of… Whai I mean is, er, ah… Well this happens
every year at this time. I will be gone for Amateur
Radio Field Day until Sunday the 29th, the website
will actually be up but There’ll be no new posts until
then. See you all soon!
Amateur video of an insanely big 728 ton stabilizing ball
at the 88th floor of the Chinese Taipei 101 building. This
video was taken during the May 12th Sichuan Province
earthquake and that humongus ball starts moving quite
a bit, not to mention the entire building but you wouldn’t
know it by watching the video.
Ever wanted to publish your own magazine? Many people
have specialized interests shared by countless others. What
a great way to get connected and share, promote, gain
recognition, even make money. Check it out.
Do you have a cassette tape or CD that was mixed
especially for you and given to you by your ex?
Well, cassette from my ex would love to share
it with the world along with your story if you don’t
mind. An interesting idea. Check it out, and then go
find your old mix tapes from your ex and share.
Make luigi holding his plate of spagetti or one
of several other little folded paper people. Make
one, make em all. I’m sure there are more on the
Try this, make one and place him on your cubical.
Then make a new one the next day or week and
display that one for a while. Soon you’ll have the
whole collection. Wow!
Honda’s Freewatt provides heat for the home with
the added benefit of electricity production.
The ultra-quiet MCHP unit produces 3.26 kilowatts
of heat and 1.2 kilowatts of electric power. Further,
it allows homeowners to reduce their utility bills and
curb carbon dioxide emissions while improving
overall energy efficiency and comfort.
Honda’s Freewatt also allows homeowners to literally
sell unused electric power back to the power grid in their
Initial sales of the heat and power units will be targeted
at customers living in the Northeastern United States
in conjunction with select local utility providers due to
the cold climate and high heating demand in the region
which allows the system to provide the greatest benefit.
1.2 kilowatts doesn’t really seem like a lot of energy but
if your unit runs all night when your house power use is
down, your meter will probably run backward… Nice.