Works fine with linux, I originally populated it at 700G/7hours which is a bit over 200Mbit/s; no idea what the actual bottleneck was, that's just the raw amount of time "rsync" took.(Takes under four seconds for rsync to scan the whole thing and copy over the a day's worth of updates, so I may have gotten something wrong in the initial setup, I'll update the review if I experiment further.) This basically destroys the entire "spinning rust" category of travel hard drives...With the EVO installed, weighs 34 grams on my kitchen scale; the short cable it comes with weighs 24.
) This review is from: Hooked on Paint Hanging Magnets (Kitchen) These are what 1" magnet squares *should* be like - I'd previously needed a set of 5 "normal" adhesive magnet squares to hold a magnetic CLEAN/DIRTY sign on to the (plastic) front of a dishwasher, and those only just barely held it in place; I was able to put *one* of these squares on and it solidly grabs the sign when I bring it near.
Since I only needed one square to do the job, I was also able to put it in a more convenient location.
I'm definitely planning to try hanging other things with them (I don't yet know how good the *adhesive* part is, but the magnet part is great.) 3.0 out of 5 stars Lasted a year..., May 20, 2015 By _Mark_ Verified Purchase(What's this?
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RSS feed: Last Cooked: Mon Jun 8 2015 Mark Eichin's review Jun 07, 15 · edit 5 of 5 stars bookshelves: kindle Read in June, 2015 — I own a copy Those who know me will not be surprised that I consider this book pretty important (I've been flogging the "scripts to automate humans" approach to boring software tasks for over a decade, though I've kept it tanged up with "Lab Notebook" discipline.) What may surprise you is that it's an *interesting read*, with a mix of "real life" medical drama, aviation history and drama, and 21st century politics.
It is unsurprising that Boeing, for example, has people who are experts in checklist design, what to leave out, what timings are worthwhile; what *is* surprising is the emphasis on how effective (even necessary!
) checklists can be for getting people to perform together as teams.
(Most of my focus has been on supporting individuals who *don't* have teams to keep an eye on them.) So, if you do something repetitive and yet difficult to completely automate, read this - even if you *are* already using these techniques, there are some interesting refinements - and it's an entertaining read.
Picked up a couple of these lamps at Ikea, some 1/4-20 bolts and nuts, and a ball head adaptor on amazon - went together nicely, it's an easy build if you skip directly to the "remove the post and widen the holes" step :-) Supports a Canon S100 perfectly, I'm using it for a bunch of Lego photography (no remote shutter release on the S100 though.) 5.0 out of 5 stars Is that a terabyte in your pocket...?
, May 20, 2015 By _Mark_ Verified Purchase(What's this?
) This review is from: My Digital SSD BP4 USB 3.0 m SATA SSD Enclosure Adapter with UASP Support- MDMS-BP4-USB3 (Electronics) I was looking for something else entirely when I found this - now I keep a 700G photography collection in my pocket, on a Samsung EVO borrowed from another project.