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  4. RT @tannerguzy: Why is it that, when someone says “I don’t care what I look like” and I respond with “I can tell” they get so offended?

  5. May as well, eh? https://t.co/CbQz4ZYouL

  6. entered Philly April 21, 2018 at 01:19PM via iOS Location https://t.co/WOLXz30SS0

  7. Хочу жить в Хогвартсе, чтобы много жрать и не мыть посуду

  8. Rodan and Fields, LLC is looking for: Events Marketing Campaign Specialist https://t.co/Q7zF3kEv29 #job

  9. Is it true that surveillance drives do not verify writes? This is to give them higher write performance under high loads. I read an article that stated that this resulted in just a single frame of error now and then as opposed to seconds or more of video being lost in the event of write errors where the write had to be redone - which if already maxed out would mean that data would overrun a buffer. Plus, the sata interface supported streaming commands for surveillance drives.
  10. Nathan, whatever you buy can you report back on how it went? As much I the 3.5 inch drives have capacity, vibration noise is the killer for me too. The 2.5 inch market has stalled sadly, but I'm hopeful that an announcement is just around the corner.
  11. RT @jtwpilot: Holland. By Iván Maigua. https://t.co/KvYSyE9x5v

  12. Any word of new 2.5 drives above 2 TB?

    Still nothing more than 2TB for 9.5mm/12.5mm after 3 years with the free Samsung/Seagate Spinpoint M9T I got from Storagereview, LOL. Come on HD manufactures! Bring out a 4 platter 1TB/platter 12.5mm thick drive for me and 3 platter 1TB/platter 9.5mm drive too!
  13. @zicomaster @YaJez @Alex_Shyruko Je ne dis pas le contraire. Mais je trouve le téléphone beaucoup trop cher. Soit j… https://t.co/Jn7pE659L9

  14. WD has expanded its SSD family with the addition of its Black NVMe SSD and the SanDisk Extreme Pro. This M.2, NVMe drive has quoted speeds up to 3.4GB/s sequential read and up to 2.8GB/s write and comes in 250GB, 500GB, and 1TB capacities. The drive is WD F.I.T. Lab certified for compatibility in multiple configurations of high-performance PCs and comes with WD SSD Dashboard and Acronis software for upgrading existing drives. Western Digital Black NVMe SSD (SanDisk Extreme Pro) Review
  15. .NET Core ConfigurationManager is utterly broken for xUnit unit tests. https://t.co/DyW5yPOBnj Have to pass in conf… https://t.co/UWaHPDNLOT

  16. RT @Alyssa_Milano: “The #NoRA initiative aims to advocate for gun control and to chip away at the National Rifle Association's political in…

  17. The TVS-882BR line is highlighted by 7th-Generation Intel multi-core processors, DDR4 2133 MHz RAM (scalable to 64 GB), four Gigabit Ethernet ports, and SATA 6Gb/s HDD interface. QNAP quotes up to 447MB/s in reads and 443 MB/s in writes when using Intel’s AES-NI encryption. The TVS-882BR also features three PCIe Gen.3 slots for expanded versatility, as it can be populated with a 10GbE/40GbE network adapter, QM2 expansion card, SAS storage expansion card, or a USB 3.1 10GbE adapter (the TVS-882BRT3 comes with two pre-installed 2-port Thunderbolt 3 expansion cards). Moreover, it features Qtier auto-tiering technology and SSD caching with two M.2 SATA 6Gb/s slots. QNAP Announces New TVS-882BR-RDX Models
  18. We'll see what we can do on this front. Our application tests are a good measure for something like this.
  19. Rodan and Fields, LLC is looking for: Regional Manager, Western https://t.co/1NOr15z0lt #job

  20. exited Philly April 19, 2018 at 10:58PM via iOS Location https://t.co/WOLXz30SS0

  21. Seems there is none new member here

    I am a new member just so you know.
  22. RT @danielbyme: A happy mistake! Just found out about this way of changing colors in @AdobeAE. Could be nifty for saving a few clicks every…

  23. @trnrtips Might be faster to just send a USB stick to YouTube HQ

  24. With the recent launch of VMware's vSphere 6.7, we used some time last night to upgrade our main testing equipment. This included many of our Dell PowerEdge R730s and Dell PowerEdge R740xds which received firmware upgrades at the same time. To make all of this as painless as possible, we leveraged Dell's Lifecycle Controller for all things firmware on our servers, and VMware's upgrade tools for our vCSA and ESXi hosts. In this article we cover the steps we used to update and upgrade our servers. In the Lab: Upgrade to VMware vSphere 6.7
  25. @Vincent_Teoh What’s the power draw of an 8K display?

  26. People say “I hear your dog breed is smart” to that I “So smart that he’ll eat things to only throw them up”. Wait… https://t.co/ysxhTJl744

  27. RT @dareandconquer: Your confidence is directly tied to your achievements. If you lack confidence, you lack significant achievements. Hav…

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