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Jeremy Bresley
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Too dang cool.  I would love to see more resto-mod's done up like this.  Transplant the Tesla P85D drivetrain into a 68 Camaro or a late 50s Vette.  Have some competitions setup for classics running all electric like the Formula E series.
 
To sell the technology to masses, you need halo products; products most people won't actually buy, but that set the tone and make the technology sexy.

When it comes to all-electric cars, Tesla has done more than their fair share of the footwork, but their image is that of a polished super-modern car. These guys are giving electric treatment to classic muscle cars to win over another market segment.

And I'm not going to lie: it looks damn sexy when you have a '68 muscle car accelerate with 1.1 megawatts of power all silently; friction from the tires and the wind on it's very un-aerodynamic body are the only sounds you can hear. Ever so much more modern and classy than the roaring gasoline-powered Lamborghinis on the same track.
The world’s most expensive supercars can hit 60 miles per hour in less than three seconds. The fastest production car in the world, the Hennessey Venom GT, does it in 2.7; Lamborghini’s...
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http://www.deskeng.com/virtual_desktop/?p=7900
How to cook a turkey... Using computational fluid dynamics to determine best cooking method.  #EngineersRock
By Travis Mikjaniec, Application Engineer, Mechanical Analysis Division, Mentor Graphics  Editor'...
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IPv6 keeps growing.  The time to deploy it is now...  Are you IPv6 Ready?
The World IPv6 Launch measurements for July 2014 are out and among the top 10 networks in terms of volume Comcast has now crossed over the 30% mark for IPv6 deployment:   Also in North America...
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Better start working on IPv7...  We're down to just a few hundred trillion /48s left...
Alternative Method: /48 Prefix Allocations. There are only this many /48 prefixes left: Projected IPv6 Exhaustion Date. 70370000000 AD. Calculation details · Alternate Method: Addresses Used.
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http://tools.cisco.com/gems/cust/customerSite.do?METHOD=E&LANGUAGE_ID=E&SEMINAR_CODE=S18293&PRIORITY_CODE=

Cisco's Application Visibility and Control webinar.  I'm one of the guest speakers that was interviewed for it.
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Really Verizon? REALLY?
I can understand a charge for making a payment through a rep, but online payments incurring an additional charge?
Dec. 29, 2011 - Ever since online payments really took off, companies have been pushing for you to opt out of paper billing. The excuses were that it cost a lot to do, and
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http://news.verizonwireless.com/news/2011/12/pr2011-12-30.html

Oh how quickly they backtrack when the FCC threatens to start investigating this charge...
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no one laughed at the webcam in the lavatory comment?
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It's really cool to see a company that does technology actually admit that they delay products to make them right.  Too often we get things that are rushed to market to make an artificial deadline that just don't work.  Kudos to Cisco on that decision.  And great work on the new collab products, can't wait to start deploying them.
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Several good reasons here to go IPv6.  Glad I made the jump 2+ years ago.  Now just waiting for Cox to get off their butts and catch up with Comcast and start deploying Native IPv6.  #IPv6 #HE.net http://www.tunnelbroker.net if your provider needs to get with the 2000s too...
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If anybody has stock in EMC, NetApp, or one of the other legacy storage vendors, you might want to put in your sell orders now.  This is going to change the storage market, especially for high performance virtualization and VDI.
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Very cool use of technology to turn waste food into useful products.
Fraunhofer researchers have developed a pilot plant that ferments the waste from wholesale fruit and veg markets, cafeterias and canteens to make ...
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A century before WiFi and wardriving became popular, Marconi was having his signals for his demonstrations messed with by an enterprising competitor.
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Education
  • University of Nebraska at Kearney
    Computer Engineering, 1994 - 1995
  • University of Nebraska at Omaha
    Computer Science, 1996 - 1997
  • North Dakota State University
    Electronics Engineering, 1993 - 1994
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Had the tandoori chicken and some garlic naan. Both were some of the best Indian food I'd had in years. Waitress was very attentive and came by several times to make sure I had everything I needed. Only regret is that I didn't find it earlier in my visit to Seattle area and won't have time to go back and eat there again.
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