Re: He's pissed because...
Well obviously he's Pissed Off... If he was Pissed On his last name would be Trump!
Thanx for the lead-in, heh
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When I was In Charge (IT Manager) I tried a number of different laser cartridge rebuilders. The one I ended up using installed new image drums EVERY TIME they rebuilt one! Failures were almost non-existant and they would replace every one that failed prematurely. Look up Shadow Fax in Madison Wisconsin, you won't be disappointed!
Generally this works (only turning on an Ink Jet when you need to print). When left on, the coils at the nozzles are always on and thus are always warm. This is what dries out the nozzles and the cleaning cycle really REALLY wastes a lot of ink and doesn't always work.
Also, a thin cloth soaked in WATER ONLY run over the nozzles will generally clean them up. It'll take a few print jobs to clear them out but it doesn't waste nearly the amount of ink that the cleaning cycle does.
The only thing I use my ink jet now (Epson) is for making water soluable decals for car/airplane models, otherwise I too have gone the color laser route (had a Samsung CLX-2160N given to me) but it doesn't give me the resolution that my ink jet does.
My understanding of WiFi6(e) is there can be a 3rd 'backhaul' channel (either wired to the AP or wireless) that takes the load off the uplink from the device, thus freeing the downlink to the device and increasing the bandwidth.
I am currently wiring my daughter's 100 year old house that's been gutted to the bare framed walls to run PoE to the APs and then backhaul from the AP to the router using that same Cat6 cable.
Will probably use TP-Link's tri-band Mesh Business solution as the Home solutions are only dual-band (with exceptions). Yea it's expensive but it'll be future proof... at least for a few years.
"...we will all need a weapon license to buy a 3D printer and an extra fee is put on the raw materials. You are only allowed to buy raw materials with the license and the raw materials will be DNA marked with the license ID for tracking purposes. The collected money is for the copyright infractions every owner of a 3D printer surely is making all the time. The license ensures that we will kill each other in a registered and trackable way. This setup will work magic because only criminals will ignore the rules and will therefore be caught."
I like this idea
Ha, you wouldn't be able to do anything as that's not a Touch screen though sometimes the side buttons can act as Function keys(but only in the bank's application software). With a keyboard attached to the PC Core you would use the Function keys to navigate around.
My guess is it's a remote 'worker bee' trying to do... something.
Didn't PCTools have an undelete function?
...and I still have a WordPerfect 5.1 key board template that layed on top of the function keys. I lost the one from the original IBM keyboard where the function keys were in two rows on the side of the keyboard, not above the numbers.
OK, so I found this: https://spaceflightnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/lm5_schematic.jpg
Center engine is Liquid hydrogen and LOX (if I'm reading this correctly)
It must not be very powerful if they need liquid fueled boosters to get it up.
Is the red square the stuff that's falling on my head ~May10th?
"which features a core stage and four strapped-on liquid fuelled boosters."
Waitwut? Liquid fueled 'booster'? I thought boosters used solid fuel. What kind of "strapped-on" booster uses liquid fuel? How would that work?
And does that mean the main core engine is solid fueled? Isn't that kinda bass-ackwards?
Just an FYI, but back in the '60s Timex had to make a change to their claim that their watches were 'Waterproof' and from that point on claimed they were only 'Water Resistant' I forgot the guy's name but his commercials disappeared too!
EDIT: His name was John Cameron Swayze. It was a big deal at the time! The Timex tagline was " It takes a licking and keeps on ticking."
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