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post #90196 of 126515
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KkW8Ul7Q1I

Pretty nice documentary about really early British electronic music and synthesizers.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Also, psychedelic ti.ts inside, may not be 100% safe
post #90197 of 126515
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Originally Posted by Accoun View Post

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KkW8Ul7Q1I

Pretty nice documentary about really early British electronic music and synthesizers. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Also, psychedelic ti.ts inside, may not be 100% safe

 

ooh I saw tube amps in that intro... that's gonna be good :D 

post #90198 of 126515

This anime....wow.



It really is the funniest anime I've seen since....I started watching anime, I guess :D
The whole concept of cure girls talking about the most random schiit is just ingenious. Very very well executed!


Oh and I seriously like this ED. The vocals are surprisingly non-nervewrecking.


Edited by Tom Yum Goong - 9/17/13 at 4:23pm
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post
 

This anime....wow.



It really is the funniest anime I've seen since....I started watching anime, I guess :D
The whole concept of cure girls talking about the most random schiit is just ingenious. Very very well executed!


Oh and I seriously like this ED. The vocals are surprisingly non-nervewrecking.

 

LOL. That was awesome.

post #90200 of 126515

*facepalm* at my web host.

 

They thought it was a smart descision to set emails default setting to 'auto bounce' so that it can not receive any incomming emails.....yeah, this works if you need that email address as a 'no-reply' type of address.....but as the main default option for emails?.........yep....

 

I still need to 'actually' design my site.

 

iWeb isn't robust enough for my site. The biggest problem with it, is its non adaptiveness to different resolutions etc etc and 'filling' the page.

post #90201 of 126515
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UW usually had NVIDIA at the career fairs. I thought about going to their booth one day, but ended up doing something else. XD

 

Those companies and many more hire through our VT systems, they just arent here.

 
One of the companies I applied for today, If I get selected I would have to go to Seattle! :gs1000smile:

Oh sweet! If you do end up coming over to Washington, maybe we can have Head-Fi and coffee meets at The Starbucks. :)

post #90202 of 126515
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I can see why they think that. For really advanced stuff MATLAB is faster. I personally would prefer using a combination of Mathematica and C++, but it depends entirely on what kind of math you're doing and what you're used to.
Mathematica is pretty great for its user friendliness and intuitive coding, but it's also less fast for really complicated stuff -- not that you'll come across those sorta things in your undergraduate degree more than once or twice I think.




In Mathematica it looks much better in my opinion. Plus, you can customize a lot of things in the display, though not as much as I'd personally like. For example changing the fonts in display can only be done to a limited amount, and plot legends and axis labels have very few customization options in terms of style. But one thing that is great is that I can combine arbitrary graphics objects really easy (e.g. combining parametric plots with vector fields, adding random circles or points, combining plots with list plots (data plots))

Ahh that makes sense!

 

LOL now I want to switch to Mathematica just for the pretty graphs.... but then they're all using MATLAB.
I'll stick to MATLAB + Tikz/PGF. Now to figure out how to output data to a file in MATLAB...

 

 

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I'm hitting a new kind of high low.

I've been working for 13 hours today. And when taking a break I feel like I'm being lazy. I feel bored immediately and feel like getting back to work, whereas while I'm working I'm not particularly enjoying it either.


Now I finally understand why they call workaholics 'workaholics'. I don't necessarily enjoy it, but I feel a dependency for it; it is an addiction of some sorts.

LOL that's how I always feel when working on a project I like :p

Yep, you're high.

 

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Cirrus Logic representatives gave me some gear yo

LOL

 

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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post
 

This anime....wow.



It really is the funniest anime I've seen since....I started watching anime, I guess :D
The whole concept of cure girls talking about the most random schiit is just ingenious. Very very well executed!


Oh and I seriously like this ED. The vocals are surprisingly non-nervewrecking.

IKR? Joshiraku is awesome!

I've had to listen to the ED again the moment you brought it up :D

post #90203 of 126515
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cramer%27s_rule

Use that, and do it with pen and paper like a real man!

 

Well, when the project requires us to use programming I don't think that's an option.

But I didn't mention that. Now I did.

post #90204 of 126515

Review of the AD900X is up if any one wants to read it, I did NOT burn it in how ever. Follow the link in my Sig to mah blog and read it up :D 

post #90205 of 126515
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Review of the AD900X is up if any one wants to read it, I did NOT burn it in how ever. Follow the link in my Sig to mah blog and read it up :D 

Goodness.

If you're doing a review, do it properly. I run mines in and use them on a near daily basis for at least 2-3 weeks before submitting anything as a "review". You merely inspected an out of the box unit.

 

Also the notion of plastic = bad is not a good habit to take; looks like Beyerdynamic has poisoned you.

Some designs put very little stress on the parts so even plastic (which comes in various quality levels) would hold up. Heck my old Sony headphone was all cheap plastic but the first and only part that broke was actually a rubber part. Still kicking after 10 years.


Edited by kalbee - 9/17/13 at 7:07pm
post #90206 of 126515
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Goodness.

If you're doing a review, do it properly. I run mines in and use them on a near daily basis for at least 2-3 weeks before submitting anything as a "review". You merely inspected an out of the box unit.

 

Also the notion of plastic = bad is not a good habit to take; looks like Beyerdynamic has poisoned you.

Some designs put very little stress on the parts so even plastic (which comes in various quality levels) would hold up. Heck my old Sony headphone was all cheap plastic but the first and only part that broke was actually a rubber part. Still kicking after 10 years.

 

Maybe so, and an out of box review is a bad way to go, but I found no glaringly BAD issues with the out of Box unit, the addage if it's not broke don't fix it applies here. It sounded very nice ouf of the Box but I do see your point. Still I like Beyer for it's build, it's not a posion is a spoiling. Beyer cans are just as cheap as ATH cans, they sound as good and are some how built better? Wait what... see my point there 

 
But I understand you about the need to burn in. Still I could hear the differeances immediatly between to two so It stands as is. It compared equally well with my DT 880 as well. If it found it to be lacking I would have bruned it in, but right out of the box it sounded very nice, it's flaws where easy to spot and consistent. I assume the only imrpovement it may have with burn in is maybe a more natural timbre, but I doubt the bass would loosen any, if anything maybe the mids would bloom a bit more, 
 
still if it's not broke why attempt to fix with a burn in

Edited by Mshenay - 9/17/13 at 7:16pm
post #90207 of 126515
Yeah the Sony MDR-V series are pretty much all plastic except for the adjustable headband and those last for ages.
post #90208 of 126515
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Yeah the Sony MDR-V series are pretty much all plastic except for the adjustable headband and those last for ages.

 

really

 
I've broke quite a few MDR V series headphones, in fact busted MDR Vs are what got me to head fi

 

Still I appreciate the feed back, but how did the review read, aside from the fact that you think it needed to burn in


Edited by Mshenay - 9/17/13 at 7:36pm
post #90209 of 126515

Like Sony V6? 

 

I'm impressed. 

 

If it was MDRVx00 stuff I'm not surprised. They don't make them like they used to

post #90210 of 126515
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One of my customers had two Intel 320 series 120GB SSDs laying around, so he gave them to me and told me to put one in his PS3 and one in my netbook.

Why don't people give me free SSDs.

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