Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Mary Ann, Aug 10, 2012.
Well, thank you. That's very nice of you.
I'm ready for Christmas!
At least his thumbs are smiling
Dressing up for video conference calls at work.
Thought I'd be brave and share a photo of myself.
Selfies with Chris Rankin (Percy Weasley from Harry Potter)
Melting snow today, enjoying some warmer weather outside.
It was a bit windy the other day:
^ Feeling the spring fever, I take it.
Snow and wind did this to my car's hood some time ago.
I need to organize my cables a little better than this...
yeah you've got some serious freying going on there with one your cables. I'd also worry about the hard disks but I guess they've got a decent amount of support int here.
what's the case/chassis you're using?
The fraying is actually cable sleeves. There's no danger of any strands falling off of them, though I would like to put a binder or something around the ends to keep them from fraying any more.
The case is a Thermaltake Core P5. I've removed the acrylic front so I can work on the innards, but there is a 3-sided tempered glass option available (front, top, side).
I'm about to take it down from the wall after my transfers are complete so I can rearrange the drives. They're very secure right now (3M DuoLock is an amazing product!), but I'd like to organize them a little better as well as add my 6-2.5-inch drive backplane to replace the two 2-2.5-inch to 3.5-inch adapters. That will also allow me to hook up one power connector for all four of my SSDs.
Updated. I still need to figure out something better for some of the cables.
I will also need to cut out a slot in my acrylic face. Two reasons, actually, one, for PC protection, and two, to help support the HDD cage I lifted from an older case of mine.
My son painted this "portrait" of me. Got the idea from one of my old Yes albums.
^your son is very talented!
Dressing up as Eleanor to play Civilization Gathering Storm.
I was pumped as bawls for RE2. It did not disappoint.
Me today at a play.
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