I'm watching the Discovery Channel and I see these new
commercials they have advertising themselves (and their website). They're
great! Cheesy costumes, bad acting and non-existant special effects. I
really found the one with the meteorite one very funny.
- 1ST METEORITE:
- [monotone voice] I learned that most meteorites burn up in the Earth's
atmosphere. [All burst into flames]
- 2ND METEORITE:
- [also monotone voice] Ah. Atmosphere. Ah.
- 1ST METEORITE:
- Ah. Atmosphere.
Very funny stuff.
Reading the Slashdot
thread on networking via electrical outlets there was mention of the
Powerline Adaptor which allows data transfer over existing electrical
wiring and apparently available at CompUSA and other like stores. It's a
bit late to head over to CompUSA, but tomarrow I'll see if I can pick it up
if it's cheap enough. At 300kbps it won't be fast, but it's fast enough for
what I want to use it for.
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