Will you invest in my cyber weed cryptomining company? I swear i will make a product one day, i just need your money.
No, I buy bitcoin, sorry.
I am a HODLER myself, so I just view this as a after Christmas half off sale. Good luck out there man.
Buy anything today or yesterday? I found a really cool new project that I am really excited about.
I have an automated buy that buys some every payday. It is my goof off slush fun money. I then let it build up, or crash, or spend a bit on fun stuff for myself. I would never invest more in than what I am ok with loosing.
Today I learned I did everything wrong. CIS Degree, started at minimum wage, don't make anywhere near doctor money, don't have a home lab, never post on here, and don't blog. I still work in IT, live in my hometown, make ok money, and have a good time with people I enjoy. Cheers and good luck man! Get out there and get your feet wet.
Losing weight. I'm starting to go back to the gym starting January 1st. Gradually moving up to 3 days a week and then, when I'm comfortable, I will try to complete P90X.
Never get comfortable, just dive in and go, you can do it.
I gave up on meditation, but have been working more on slow thinking and focus, kept to working out and eating better and even slowed my alcohol consumption down. This year I'm keeping the same goals and working on taking them more seriously. Not just hitting the gym 2-3 days a week, but 3-5 days a week with a focused regimen. I dropped about 2% body fat, and I want to change another 2-3% more to muscle while maintaining weight. I want to read more books, I have gotten better, but I still went 2-3 months without turning a page in 2017. I want my old will power back that I had in college. I used to be disciplined enough to work 2 jobs and go to college full time, and it wasn't a big deal. I want that back and focus some extra time on side projects, fitness, and learning. Not my usual beer, social media, and TV. So on we go with 2018.
Who kept their old ones from last year? What new ones do you have for this year?
They do it for performance reasons in systems where they screwed up other performance tuning like having enough RAM.
So if the system is built to a proper spec, then there is no reason to complicate the build? We have more than enough resources, but every system is built with 2-3 logical drives regardless.
In before I know better, this is not systems I control. We have a good old fashioned inverted pyramid of doom VMWare stack around. When ever I have the IT department build me a server they always create a separate virtual HD, and put the OS swap file on it, then another virtual drive for programs and data. It makes installing and managing software kind of a pain. I never do this on systems I build. Why do people do this, and should I be doing it? Am I missing something?
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