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Grayson Peddie
Works at Georgia Industries for the Blind
Attended Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
Lives in Bainbridge, GA
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I don't understand why those chambers are built to be so hard... That's why I watched the videos, but then I've had quite a short-term memory loss from watching it... Gee... :(
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Amazing-looking NAS. I love the display but if only it were black instead of blue. It is beautiful, though.

It is very expensive, though.

Although I already have a server, I'm planning to downsize to Mini-ITX. Are there any cases you could recommend that will fit two 3.5" hard drives for movies and TV shows, 1 2.5" hard drive for music, photos, and file serving, and 1 SSD as a boot disk?

The motherboard I'm planning to get is ASRock AM1H-ITX with AMD AM1 Athlon 5150 APU:
http://www.amazon.com/ASRock-AM1H-ITX-Motherboard-Micro/dp/B00J0DJJ28/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1435712626&sr=8-1&keywords=asrock+am1h-itx&pebp=1435712656003&perid=1FYG61DK52Z175VCZCVJ

And plus, a 90w power brick with a 5.5mm connector. The computer will be a lot more efficient since the power will be drawn from the motherboard's DC-IN connector.

In my opinion, I really think that storage drives should be a lot smaller while at the same time not compromise in capacity. Right now, I cannot find a 4TB 2.5" hard drive, so I will have to go with 3.5" hard drives for high capacity instead. Or even 6TB hard drives for that matter (talk about wow when it comes to ripping Blu-Ray movies!).
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I have a question: Does AMD PRO support Kaveri? Does it even support Linux?
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+Raindrop511 then I hope AMD can get going with Linux support. ;-) 
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2:46 I get a kick out of that one... LOL!

"Well thanks for your time. Now get back to work." :)

Hmm... I don't think my Kaveri APU supports AMD Pro. Let alone AMD DASH.
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YOUR ARM is a selfie stick!!! LOL!

USE YOUR ARMS! :)
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What-- no "have a listen to the fans?" :)

And I prefer silent Micro ATX cases. 7 expansion slots are way too overkill for me these days.
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+3DGAMEMAN Well, it's no big deal. But then I love having a very silent case with silent components. :)

Basically, I prefer APUs for casual gaming.
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This is what SSID guest network is used for and protect my network. I could switch to 802.1X, but I've been having trouble getting freeradius and Android to work with PEAP-TLS certificates. I would rather not have Wi-Fi devices such as LIFX and Android phones/tablets use the same Wi-Fi password, though (this is in a home environment).

I am very security-minded, so I would rather not use Wi-Fi whenever possible. I don't trust it.
The option would allow anyone with a network's password to share access to it with all their friends.
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I enjoyed the videos you've made. United States is way too far behind Netherlands. :(
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Congrats, +JoshJepson! There is a secret area above the platform where you sprayed the blue gel where you get the cube off the button. And there is a platform above the entrance to the chamber.

Oh, and I have a suggestion: before you try out Portal Stories: Mel, try out Thinking with Time Machine. It will take you 30 minutes if you are fast enough. Mine's the lowest at 28 minutes.
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1:09 to 1:14 This part makes me nervous. :/
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I have had a bad storm today that sent a surge of shock to my left hand through my Apple aluminum USB keyboard. What a pain.

But the storm is over about an hour ago (zip code 39819,, Bainbridge, GA).

Oh, wait! It is raining right now.
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I got a 100 for my final exam despite all the questions being way too easy; however, I cannot afford a certificate right now.. I'm going to Arkansas to get certified in Desktop Support Technician at World Services for the Blind) after my lease with my apartment expires by the beginning of September.

By "too easy," I've been using Ubuntu desktop and Ubuntu Server exclusively for three years now. I have had a lot of experience in working with Linux servers (home and VPS) at home with no professional work experience in Linux.

I work as a File Assembler at Georgia Industries for the Blind.

Thanks +The Linux Foundation!
The Linux Foundation is offering an expanded free scholarship program for people who want or need to learn Linux, including pre-college students and Linux newbies
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  • Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
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    Web Development, 2012 - 2013
    Information Technology Assistant - Took the exemption exam with barely a passing grade of 70% Web Design Foundations - HTML5, CSS3, Web Project Web Interface Design - Photoshop CS6, Flash CS6, and Dreamweaver CS6 Web Scripting - JavaScript Web Media Integration - Continued where I left off from Web Design Foundations using the same book, but with video production, some basic JavaScript knowledge focusing in scripts that only work with Internet Explorer, and XML Web E-Commerce - Dealing with laws, supply chains, setting up a Microsoft Commerce Server 2007 Web Interactivity - How To Design/Deploy Website, PHP/MySQL (basic), WordPress, and Online/Electronic Portfolio
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visually impaired, hearing impaired
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Hi. My name is Grayson Peddie and I am a man who loves to live in the technology-centric city with environmental-friendliness in mind. For that, I really love the Future World of Epcot. I dream of living in cities where people can walk, skate, or ride their bikes in streets. And maybe even have a couple of driverless cars that can take you anywhere you want to go. Do you know that Google is still working in the driverless car project?

Anyway, I love computers and I'm planning to be a web designer for a living as I've focused myself in HTML5 and CSS3. In the past, I did learn a couple of programming/scripting languages, like C#, C++ (haven't done Windows programming), ASP.net, and Javascript. For Android, since I know C# pretty well, Java is not that hard to learn as I've created my own GPS-enabled application as a cyclocomputer for those using a bicycle or a tricycle.

One of my hobbies are working with Linux and Windows, create music in Linux, play Japanese Role Playing games (RPG) like Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger, and Dragon Quest), watch The First 48 and Parking Wars, and watch Star Trek-related movies and TV shows.
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Folder Assembler
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Making folders, web development
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  • Georgia Industries for the Blind
    Folder Assembler, 2014 - present
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Tallahassee
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