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The actual source of the "must automatically turn off" stuff.

Also "Networked devices. Producers and retailers will only be able to sell networked devices (e.g. modems, receivers/decoders, connected televisions, printers) which automatically switch into standby/off-mode if not performing a main task. Such products used to be in active or idle mode 24/7 consuming around 25-100 Watts."

Also http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/tp-link/tl-wdr7500 - Modern router, takes 3.1W in fully active mode.
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I think you are very person that I can rely on. I hope I can work with you again. 
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Proof that TelosB motes can be programmed in parallel.
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Cool :-)  (Yeah, I'd wondered if something like ID pre-assignment was the case)
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Cool ice pattern.
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Indeed it is :-)
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Fund hackerspaces!
Nowadays you can hardly find anything else that will have as much impact as 3D printing. According to a leaked paper seen by Reuters, the European Commission is going to ask countries to invest heavily in new technologies such as 3D printing to revive the European Union's declining manufacturing sector. Key manufacturing industries in Europe have shrunk and the EU's main regulators want to ensure that new technologies are exploited to cheapen ma...
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Ok, that's neat. In chrome developer tools there is a little picture of a device in the top left. From there you can pretend to be anything, including mobile devices. I think it even simulates touch input...
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Well that also works fine, HL2:DM on the Chromebook. Time to test X3
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Well that was unexpected, steam works perfectly fine on the chromebook. Has a nice game of Defcon. I wonder if HL2:DM will work.
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Wow, +Ovivo Mobile answered my support email 3 minutes after I sent it...

With other providers Iv'e spent longer just getting through the automated phone system.
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Ah, fair enough.
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Wtf!! Grrr. Time to get out some wood and a drill to make a new bracket.
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I think I can get away with cutting my current sheet into an X and having the print surface mounted on that (the sheet is quite thick so v rigid). Might do a few tests with some wood strips at some point, see how much they flex at different thickness'.
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