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I’m not fond of the way the UBB was proposed by the CRTC and its constituents, and I’m glad that Tony Clement has stamped down on the whole thing. Though you notice that the chairman has been trying to compare … Continue reading
I’ve recently set up my Hauppauge HD-PVR to do live capturing and it works pretty well. My upstream isn’t so great though, and the computer I’m working with isn’t that strong for encoding. Fortunately the two happen to be on … Continue reading
If you’ve been following my Twitter, you’ve probably noticed I’ve been working on some HG model kits from Gundam 00. Pictures and short reviews after the jump.
Let’s see the stuff I want to get soon… Incoming HG 1/144 00 Qan[T] HG 1/144 Avalanche Exia Dash HG 1/144 Astraea Gundam (actual) HG 1/144 00 Gundam Seven Sword/G 2010 November – MG 1/100 00 Qan[T] November 2 – … Continue reading
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I read about this story a couple of days ago, and was appalled at the number of people who talked him down, laughing and generally disrespecting the man. I dunno what to say other than, are you guys idiots?
This particular news pertains to the situation regarding language courses and the University of Toronto at Scarborough (aka, real life stuff). Story starts after the jump.
http://gtfgtfp.x0.com/30.html#no-pipecut Looks pretty interesting. If I have time, I might make an attempt, but I’d have to see how much PVC tubes and fittings would cost me. It’s certainly more daunting than trying to assemble a model kit. GTFP703
Word: The 232-page study, commissioned by American regulators and released Wednesday evening, found that Canada rates poorly compared to peer countries when measures such as national broadband adoption, network capacity and prices are taken into account. Funny, a week ago, … Continue reading