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  1. I would love a mesh system, but they seem very expensive just to avoid having to change WAPs.
  2. Well, I am. Some of it is ok, some of it will only be of interest to me I am sure. But here is one I did a year ago to celebrate the successful launching of SpaceX with humans. The biggest challenge I am finding is the mastering process. The actual musical ideas and recording seem to come to me ok and I am ok with mixing, but successful mastering is still beyond me. Please share your own music if you have done some, we would all like to have a listen I am sure. (I should also mention the guitar parts are played on my home built Thinline Telecast
  3. I don't know about the techy stuff, but I do know that wireless sucks. When we bought this house I ran at least 1 Cat 5 to every room in the house. I have a 24 port switch in my "server" room mostly full, and 6 WAPs around the house. And I often have to change WAP to get a decent connection. Running the Cat 5 through brick walls might be interesting! But I guess you have a plan. I don't about PoE but will follow this thread, hopefully I will learn something.
  4. DBTs? Where is Drizt when you need him! 😆 I'll let myself out...
  5. I have just seen this thread. I have had the Superb 206 wagon from new since April 2017. I can't fault it. I bought it just as they announced the Sportline, but decided against that variant as I did not see the point in losing the extra controls on the front passenger seat which are easily reachable for the driver. Having 2 young kids this has been brilliant. The Sportline was an extra $1k at the time as well for what I saw as less features. Plenty of power, and more room inside than just about anything else on the market. 2000litres with the rear seats folded down
  6. The points were not needed of course, so that motivation was not necessarily present. Perhaps they were trying to protect Bottas' fragile ego. Probably nothing in it, just wondering.
  7. Strange call from Bono to Russell regarding his puncture with 9 laps to go. "Affirmative, this is a genuine puncture." I'm not usually a conspiracy theorist when it comes to F1, but that was odd. And the tyre guy did not study the tyre when it came off the car which they usually do (not a smoking gun of course). The media are not really talking about it much, instead focusing on the tyre mix up. But despite the mix up Russell would have passed Perez were it not for the "puncture".
  8. Also, WTF did MB pit Russell again?! That was so not necessary, he had healthy hard tyres on and track position. In that instance Hamilton would have queried the need for a pitstop, which is part of the reason why he is 7 x WDC.
  9. A great race, but we were robbed by the loss of Leclerc and Verstappen on Lap 1. George was ripped off by a rare MB stuff up. But Bottas is hopeless as usual. Perez DOTD for me by a country mile.
  10. That looks great! Thanks for sharing.
  11. Fascinating to see Le Noise so far up. Although I love it I thought it was not so loved by the NY fanbase at the time of its launch.
  12. You have a smartphone; use it. Show us your pics. What I like about a pic from a smartphone is the spontaneity, the moment. Something often unattainable with a DSLR. The emphasis here is with that moment, not the equipment. What have you got?
  13. I've been enjoying this great 9 part mini series, plenty of gore, good fighting scenes, some good acting (some crap acting too of course). And they have Fever Ray for the theme track! http://youtu.be/91_5YxmJ9Ic
  14. Feel free to add any pics or stories on any cars of interest. Got a few iphone snaps of Rock n Roll George's beast today. I've seen the car cruising the city since I were a lad, and then lived in West End for 20 years and saw him every other day. Brissy has of course decided to adopt the vehicle as an icon of something or other since the departure of George, and it now lives at the Qld Museum.
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