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Announcement: Revolutionary New Watch Storage System
I've had to keep quiet up until now, but I can finally let you guys in on my new business venture. I can't tell you how excited I am about this. The problem: How to store and transport your valuable watches safely, protecting them from damage...
Can you use these ATiSPoS for any other purposes? They look like they'd be warm on a part of your body... maybe the...
Trading Card Games
MTG Library Storage
How do you guys store your collection? I started with one of those big cardboard boxes, but after so many moves it's definitely seen better days. It's also since spilled over to a few odd sized boxes, a couple fat pack containers, and a shoeb...
Been thinking the same thing, but haven't looked too hard yet. Is yours playing card size? I remember index card size...
Napkin 4.EVER Pininfarina Cambiano
I never talk about writing related stuff without personal experience about the product I talk about. I owned a 4.EVER standard, before giving it to a friend as a gift, as I simply stopped using all kind of pencils. I can assure you that, as long as you apply a very little pressure on the tip and you don't wait too long after having written, the lines traced with this pen/pencil can indeed be erased. I don't know if it is supposed to happen or...
Kingston HyperX Savage 64GB/128GB USB 3.0 Drive
M is mega m is milli B is byte b is bit The smallest unit for digital information in computer science is the bit (b). A millibit (mb) doesn't really exist, that would imply a smaller unit then one bit. There is a "millibit" in the bitcoin mining community, and 1 millibit is 0.001 BTC (bitcoins). The "millibit" is an ad-hoc naming convention and is not recognized as an SI standard. And it is never referred to as "mb". For storage, like hard...