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[01:48:20] erichmenge: There are an estimated 250 penile amputations each year in South Africa stemming from circumcisions.
[04:52:23] erichmenge: Radar: I missed the job announcement on twitter I think. What are you doing now?
[03:33:52] erichmenge: z-wave stuff is already kinda expensive. Thought it might be a good play for a light that already has radio antennas in it.
[03:34:31] erichmenge: I have a couple of Schlage locks that are z-wave. So I'm going to get a z-wave controller and add some home automation.
[03:37:37] erichmenge: Radar: Oh really? Have you been considering teaching at a University? Or more of a code school type thing?
[03:40:53] erichmenge: Yeah... I don't know what to make of these programming schools. Are the job prospects upon completion any good?
[22:46:55] erichmenge: davidcelis: I line up lots of stuff anyway, but I take even more pleasure in it knowing that it totally fucks with his display
[00:05:14] erichmenge: davidcelis: Well, sure, if you like. I meant the SF Bay Area in general though.
[00:15:58] erichmenge: pipework: You should wire up a little nob to turn on your desk to adjust the value.
[20:08:23] erichmenge: I've only been to Maine once, but I recall it being quite beautiful. I also love lobster.
[20:31:44] erichmenge: "The refresh will re boot your modem it is to synchronized the Data of your modem to our server. For it to response correctly "
[21:03:04] erichmenge: workmad3: Damn. I was going to see if you could find out why Dr. Who is so fucking expensive.
[21:12:48] erichmenge: "If it happens again, just unplug the modem and plug it back in [...] don't worry I assure you it won't happen again"
[23:14:34] erichmenge: pipework: Yes, but I don't need to use some shitty hangouts or whatever Google uses :P
[23:16:28] erichmenge: pipework: Oh, and you can move the call to your phone and back? I didn't know it could do that. Do they have a Google Voice app now?
[23:18:25] erichmenge: pipework: Well first I don't use Chrome, is there an extension for google voice then?
[23:23:12] erichmenge: I think it is funny that people are "butthurt" so much that Apple writes software that runs on their hardware
[23:23:42] erichmenge: pipework: Well, that would certainly be possible technically, I'm not sure if it will work that way or not.
[23:25:04] erichmenge: pipework: Well, when I had Google services it always urked me that I had to have the browser running to use their services. But I guess we have different irks.
[23:31:05] erichmenge: pipework: Why not use the software that is available on OS X if you use OS X? Just out of principle?
[23:34:35] erichmenge: pipework: I'm not sure I follow. Having iTunes installed makes it untrustworthy?
[23:36:46] erichmenge: Well, I'm happy that you're happy with the platforms and services you have. I don't mean to speak ill of them. I just find your hatred of OS X confusing.
[23:37:38] erichmenge: Well, I wouldn't be opposed to something else, it's just that for my uses I haven't found anything else I like as much.
[23:40:49] erichmenge: Yeah, you've talked about your dislike of the memory management before. I still don't really understand your argument, but I'm just a web developer after all.
[23:44:41] erichmenge: pipework: See I'm still unclear here. If there isn't enough memory, what would you prefer get paged?
[23:49:22] erichmenge: pipework: I understand how paging works. But you've yet to tell me what your gripe is other than "less lazy"
[23:51:06] erichmenge: With Linux is that a boot time option or do you have to recompile the kernel?
[23:52:10] erichmenge: Yeah I guess that makes sense, no reason you couldn't change the algorithm at runtime
[23:52:24] erichmenge: Used to be back when I used Linux as my fulltime OS you had to recompile to change just about anything
[23:54:08] erichmenge: pipework: It's true. What are the commands to change the virtual memory paging algorithms?
[20:14:14] erichmenge: pipework: Well, I hadn't heard about any special updates. But I don't necessarily keep up with all that. I'm always living on latest builds so I update constantly anyway.
[04:03:40] erichmenge: Radar: Any cool stuff that I get discounts on for being one of your best buds?
[04:07:58] erichmenge: It's ok. I mostly tease. But LED bulbs are the future. I've tried a few with mixed results, but I'm sure we'll ge there eventually.
[04:09:41] erichmenge: Yeah, it's already come a long way. Unfortunatley the cheap ones don't really diffuse light properly. I think the expensive ones work well, but, they're too expensive. But "too expensive" is like $20-$30 now from the $60 the top of the line ones were a few years ago.
[04:11:25] erichmenge: I'm not so interested in the colors but being able to tune the white temperatures would be really great.
[04:11:44] erichmenge: It is hard to tell at the store what color temperature will work best for the given room.
[04:52:46] erichmenge: Wait... I was told in their ads that their security is like a titanium vault guarded by ninjas.
[23:29:14] erichmenge: I have a 27" imac and a 27" thunderbolt, the thunderbolt ports are awesome. I also have a 27" cinema display, but it lacks fast ports :(
[15:08:39] erichmenge: davidcelis: Well, basically so far it just means not getting much sleep. But my wife gets less, so...
[15:09:18] erichmenge: davidcelis: So, what's new with you? I saw on the facebooks you've been in the studio...