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Made this time lapse of a color changing candle, pretty delicious, check it out.
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Wookie roar!
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Here you go Google Plus have yourself a bone
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Hi I have a VT220 and followed the directions on your post in the description. Can you elaborate a bit more on the process. I can't seem to get the prompt to login to appear on the VT220.
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+TheFriscoFainter I did the same, added some more info. Thanks for helping me out with this by the way. Been driving me nuts. 
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OWC makes a really nice 4-drive Thunderbolt storage solution, benchmarks in the article
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Multi-bay storage enclosures are versatile; you can reconfigure them for speed or redundancy depending on your needs. The ThunderBay IV from OWC has four drives that can be swapped easily with the aid of a screwdriver. You can configure the disks independently or as a RAID with the help of Disk Utility. The ThunderBay IV's simple design and consistent pe...
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Golly, will ya look at that! G-DRIVE Pro w/ Thunderbolt review.
close Email "G-Drive Pro with Thunderbolt review: Storage device features four 2.5-inch 7200-rpm drives" From: To: Message: Thank you for sharing this page. Sorry! There was an error emailing this page Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest The G-Drive Pro with Thunderbolt by G-Technology is not very big, especially for being a four drive RAID; it's only a half-inch...
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The starter hatchet looks like the axe they make in the how it's made video for hatchets
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that's exactly what I thought the first time I saw it, I think it is
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Just top notch work
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Where did you get your terminal at by the way?

Looks super duper fresh and clean, mine is quite yellowed, and the keyboard is a tad bowed in the middle so it easily rotates when the chord pulls at it. 
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Humm that makes sense. One popped up on eBay recently which looks like it's in great condition, and comes with a keyboard. Hopefully the other bidders don't want it too badly. :)

Have you used any other LK keyboards by the way? I'm trying to locate a LK421, mainly because of the short width, it will fit on my desk better.
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I spent some time with Western Digital's My Passport Pro, check it out
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest What's striking about Western Digital's My Passport Pro portable hard drive is its size and weight. The 4TB version I tested weighs 1.58 pounds, which is light when compared to your average five-pound clay brick. The weight is due in part to the My Passport Pro's pair of 2.5-inch 5400-rpm drives, preconfigured in a RAID 0 for the greatest capacity and sp...
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The drive is indeed quite fast!
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest The Little Big Disk Thunderbolt 2 is the latest in desktop storage from LaCie. Inside the sleek black enclosure are two "blade" style PCIe SSDs that LaCie configures in a software RAID 0 to maximize the drive's speed and storage capacity. Past Little Big Disk models featured 2.5-inch laptop drives, but these newer SSD modules connected to the PCIe bus al...
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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest When considering a portable drive, there are a few things to keep in mind. First portable drives rarely ever have data redundancy, so don't use them to store sensitive or irreplacable information, or at least make sure the data on the portable drive is backed up. Consider your use: if you're backing up your Mac on the go you don't need super speed, but ...
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Followed a rainbow only to find the pot of gold at the end was full of those stupid chocolate coins.
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Western Digital My Passport Pro review: A hefty portable RAID
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The 4TB My Passport Pro is really geared towards a niche group of consumers: those who need large capacities, with a software RAID and a Thu

OWC ThunderBay IV review: a solid and versatile desktop storage solution
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Four removable drives doesn't make the ThunderBay IV unique, but it can keep up with competition featuring six drives, which is saying somet

LaCie Little Big Disk Thunderbolt 2 review: small, sleek, and ridiculous...
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With Thunderbolt 2, the Little Big Disk Thunderbolt 2 is a great companion to the new Mac Pro and retina MacBook Pros.

G-Drive Pro with Thunderbolt review: Storage device features four 2.5-in...
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The G-Drive Pro with Thunderbolt from G-Technology sports a big capacity with decent speeds, all in a relatively small package.

The best portable hard drives | Macworld
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Here's a list of our favorite portable drives that have been tested by the Macworld Lab.

Sorting a linked sheet breaks the references - Google Product Forums
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Sorting a linked sheet breaks the references, pjprime, 7/19/10 9:57 AM. I have two sheets in my workbook, one directly linked to the other.

Mechatronic Security Robot Is Remarkably Formidable
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This fully armored robot is decked out with ultrasonic sensors, a turret gun, and unique wheels that can move the bot in any direction, any

Android Bartender Won’t Cut You Off When You’ve Had Too Many
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This Android tablet-powered automated bartender preps your drink with just a tap.

Lame Venture Capital Firm Made Its Companies Make This Lame Video
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First Round Capital funds some of the best companies in tech. But this horrific video makes me lose all respect for them. Especially because

Printrbot: The Perfect Beginner 3D Printer Can Expand Itself
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Forgo that future iPad purchase you’ve been thinking about and get a 3D printer instead.

How to make your own Fusion Drive | Macworld
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It isn't too difficult to make your own version of Apples Fusion Drive, and it can give you a nice speed boost without taking away from stor

Meet Hexy, the Low-Cost All-In-One Six-Legged Robot Kit
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Here's an easy-to-build hexapod robot that can help spread the robotic love.

Digital Lego Clock Goes Tick-Tock
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This Lego clock tells the time digitally without an LCD screen by twisting itself silly.

Tested: QR Code Key Ring for Lost Keys
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Can a QR code on a key ring really help lost keys find their way home? We put it to the test.

Geek Up Your Bike With Ethernet Cable Handlebar Grips
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Show your geek pride and creativity by turning unused Ethernet cables into bicycle handlebar grips

Romo Turns Your Android Into an Android
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Awww, how cute: Romo turns your smartphone into a programmable automaton.

BoardX Stacks the Deck Against Arduino
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BoardX is a stackable microcontroller board built for expansion--it even supports multiple processors.

Siri, Pour Me A Beer Please
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Stop wasting your time pouring beers and let Siri do it for you.

Enable iOS 5's Hidden Panoramic Mode Without Jailbreaking
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Turning on the hidden panorama feature in iOS 5 is as easy as pie, but it wasn't trouble-free for us...

Robot Hipster Rides Fixed-Gear Bike Without Brakes
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This amazing little bot rides an amazing little bike like it's no big deal.