Saturday, November 15, 2008

Bring the Pain

Method Man Version

Mindless Self Indulgence Version

Brooklyn Zoo - ODB


Micro Linux PC

"Specs listed for the Digi Connect ME 9210 are said to include:

* Processor -- 32-bit Digi NS9210 75MHz (ARM926EJ-S)
* Security -- On-chip 256-bit AES accelerator
* Memory -- 8MB SDRAM
* Flash -- 4MB or 8MB of NOR flash
* Networking -- 1 x 10/100 Ethernet
* Expansion -- Flexible Interface Modules (FIM) with 300MHz DRPIC165X CPU
* Interfaces:
o High-speed TTL serial
o Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
o I(2)C v1.0 bus with 7- and 10-bit address modes
o 10 x shared GPIO ports with up to 3 external IRQ options
* Power management -- modes for on-the-fly clock scaling, low power sleep, and configurable scaling/wake-up events (EIRQ, UART, Ethernet, etc.)
* Other features -- software watchdog
* Operating temperature -- -40 to 176 deg. F (-40 to 80 deg. C)
* Power -- 3.3VDC @ 346 mA; 1.14 W typical consumption
* Operating systems -- Digi Embedded Linux; NET+OS (ThreadX-based"

(Thanks to and the Wind River blog)

Ok, to stop the YouTube spamming

I think I'll mention Kanye Wests blog. Not because of him, or anything about him directly. Regarding his fans, not all of them now. Just the one's who admire what he does and doesn't understand what he does or doesn't connect with him. Now I'm not saying that I do or anything of that sort to sound like another elitist musician (or nerd for that matter) but I just want to direct your attention to this.

This is something he posted on his blog, now below it a description inscribing.

"The unit is controlled by the BeoSound 5 controller, a rather large "remote" with a 10.4-inch XGA LCD and an aluminum scroll wheel. On the back end there's a 500GB BeoControl 5 music server running Windows XP Embedded with internet connectivity and patent pending intelligent playlist creation. Naturally there are outputs and inputs galore, and it's not just for audio: the box pumps out DVI-I and HDMI, and can play back plenty of video formats."

Cool, yes? It's a remote, for a computer with a 500GB hard drive intended [mostly] for videos.

Now what do most of his comments entail? "Cool", "When is your album coming out", "nice", etc...

I dunno, I really want to just burst out and yell "ignorance, ignorance, ignorance" everywhere, but I won't, I just kinda feel sorry for Kanye, he has his blog and yes people who understand this stuff read it (I don't think it's so hard to understand Windows XP, 10 Inch LCD, DVI-I, HDMI, video formats... lol, you could get more jargon out of an X-Box 360 or a PlayStation 3), but with comments like that as a blogger I'd feel out of touch or misplaced a bit (or some emotion along those lines).

And I know you'd think this wouldn't matter to someone who could sell a million copies of anything and has an album on the way, but I think he still pays attention to all of these things.

Tony Jaa (Ong Bak rehearsals)

This guy's a monster.

At about 1:32 into the video, check out his insane horizontal leap (He could probably cross the street with just one jump, or at least half of it).

Michiko to Hatchin - Ep 1

I'll only post episode 1 just to get you into this anime, I'm not into cheapskates so I suggest you go buy the subs or find some other way to view this anime. Sorry it's just how I work.

Part 1/3

Part 2/3

Part 3/3

Continuing the trend of me posting old skate vids

Team Ice Cream Vol. 1