Thursday, April 11, 2013

Tip: 6 Simple and Effective Computer Cooling Methods

This applies to a wide range of electronics, not just computers. Rather than resort to daunting, expensive, or complex (all three tend to go together) cooling methods, there are many ways in which you can utilize natural physics to cool components cheaply and effectively. The picture on the left looks awesome, but is expensive if not complex. Lets face it, it is just as cool - if not more - if you can harness nature through your own cheap resourcefulness to get the same performance.

Monday, April 8, 2013

Hilarious Microsoft Word Screwup

I was writing an essay the other day and, well, when you write philosophy you tend to make up words that sound real but might not be in a dictionary. For example, just add -ify or -ness or better yet, -edness to words. Like: thing→thingify→thingness. Or: constrict→constrictedness. I can't even do justice to some of the crazier words I've read. Anyways, Microsoft Word has a hard time with this kind of English and I managed to confuse it with my use of the word 'tenderest.' Word didn't like any of its own ideas, apparently.