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Geek, otaku, and public transit and elevator enthusiast. Do you know where your coffee is?
So much better looking than TriMet's jackets :/
Well that's one way to know when they're done.
Code must be compiling ;)
I really wish OS X would get a lock screen similar to Windows'. Windows' is so much more useful to me.
As someone who frequents the outlets, I think it's a pretty wise idea to start one up, even if it's limited to in-store.
I would so put one of those on top of my IKEA display case.
I'm pretty happy with my Almond+. I should move it away from my windows, but I do like having WiFi out on the street in front of my building ^^;
10RBTs here. Really annoys me that the PS4 has extremely limited support for bluetooth headsets.
I still think this makes a tremendous amount of sense. Last time I was looking for new frames, the options were quite disappointing.
Location doesn't matter as much to me as quality. I've been very happy with the products I've had assembled in Japan, but I've also been very happy with products made elsewhere, like Taiwan (NEX 5N), my laptop (China), and my desktop (US).
I think some countries have better reps than others in terms of quality, but I've been surprised.
Proud father I reckon.
Smart use of recycling.
I really miss the stores they used to have in the US. So much better than going to a Best Buy.
Some serious Terminal action going on here.
Sounds a hell of a lot better than Dropcam/Nest/Google.
Took me a minute to figure this one out. Image definitely helps.
Hour for lunch; nice.
Mini attack robots?
We have tons of these throughout our factory. Bright yellow though.
And yes, The Imitation Game is a brilliant film ;)
QR is pretty cheap and moderately easy. My new workplaces uses QR codes on RFID tags, but we'll probably phase out QR when we upgrade to newer mobile terminals.
My coffee machine crapped out so I'm back to pour overs. Takes longer, but better cuppa coffee.
I think I'd be willing to ditch having dual monitors for one of these.
Wow. Garageband is starting to look a lot like Logic now.
Still using these I see.
Looks like the Mac Mini and SNES are almost the same size.