Click on the comic to see it full size. I stumbled upon this comic about the feasibility of solar and wind power and just had to put it up.
- 1 – DIY Solar Power installation
- 2 – Solar Power Basics
- 3 – Calculating your Power Consumption
- 4 – Figuring out how many Solar Panels you need
- 5 – Solar Lighting
- 6 – Installing your Tarp for Camping
- 7 – Keyboard Hack for MAME console or PC interface
- Your internet and cable provider – The honest version
- VOiP PHones and Equipment in Canada
- Fixing a Broken (bricked) seagate Barracuda 7200.11 Hard Drive
- My first Remote Controlled Airplane
- How to make a wind turbine
- Hilarious XKCD comic
I stumbled across this on jeffiscool.com and thought is was worth posting in the Techie Cartoon’s section. I think I will do this next halloween, although i’m not sure how many people will get it.
I’ve always thought what this cartoon is saying. School doesn’t help THAT MUCH as far as real life experience and skills for ANYTHING. You’re basically paying to get your foot into the door of a company that might hire you, which is obviously a good thing. However, for the most part, if you’re a good “social engineer” you can get your foot in the door just by being confident.
This is a classic Dilbert cartoon, if you’re a techie or an engineer, you NEED to see this atleast once.
- Filed under: Techie Cartoons
- Date: Apr 19,2008
The most recent episode of South Park, season 12 episode 6, entitled over logging, was a great one for all techie’s. (Or atleast something we can relate with… to a point) I really admire the way South Park takes real life topics and really exaggerate them beyond what I thought was possible.
Beware : This post has spoilers for the episode, so only read it if you’ve already seen it, probably won’t have the time to watch it, or just don’t care to have the jist of it given away before you see it. Click below to keep reading :
As I mentioned in my 10 signs that you’re a techie post, a techie like me has trouble getting by without internet for very long. Don’t get me wrong, when I go camping, there’s no internet and that’s fine. However when i’m home during the day, I WANT MY INTERNET!
Almost 48 hours ago, while I was finishing updating the new theme for TechieNATION my internet suddenly dropped. No biggie, router probably needs a re-boot. As I walked towards the wireless router, something looked wrong ; There was a disturbance in the force. Upon closer inspection I noticed the DSL light on my modem was off. That’s never a good sign.
Caution : This Blog is not suitable for geeks of all ages. Geekie Parental Discretion is advised.
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My sister and her hubby have been living in a small house in Ontario that has no Electricity and no plumbing. They only have a manual water pump at the bottom of a small hill about 70 feet away from the house. (For those of you that have read all my posts, I apologize for repeating this so much )
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