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That used to be a rite of passage for people who designed and built computers. It was a major milestone for a machine to compile its own operating system and applications.FireFrenzy wrote: I was re-reading this one and i saw you using the belt grinder on the belt grinder, and isn't the part where something is complete enough to help you further complete the thing you're working on the best part?
I remember those days. Chunk an 8-track tape into a stereo to test it, then leave it playing while I put everything back together. And then maybe for another week before I called the customer to let them know it was done.FireFrenzy wrote: For me its mostly a sound system providing entertainment while buttoning up the sound system
Holy cats. I take it there was no volume control?FireFrenzy wrote: For me its a bigass car amp (and i mean "250 amp RMS" big) powered of a 20Ah battery and 2 ~8" speakers in a 30x30x50cm box...
I built it (and its older obsolete brothers) because being drunk and disorderly at a hockey game was to much like work and we wanted the ability to "declare" that there was a party... Laptop with DJ softwares fit really nice ontop of the noisebox (actual name) and then there's a party wherever we happen to be at the time