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  18. <title>Xbox One X SSD Upgrade</title>
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  20. <comments>;startat=2527#10-13-2018</comments>
  21. <pubDate>Sat, 13 Oct  2018 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
  22. <category>General</category>
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  24. <description><![CDATA[<a href="/upload/WP_20181013_13_27_06_Pro.jpg"><img src="" class="right" /></a>Senator Kelley is a well known jerk for making me spend money on hardware I don't need.  That said, he mentioned upgrading his PS4 Pro - Kevin Edition with a new hard drive and I immediately had to one-up him and upgrade my Xbox One X.  I chose the <a href="">Samsung 860 EVO 1TB</a> drive because SSD and same size as my current crappy 5200 factory drive, although I soon learned the factory drive is actually a 960GB because false marketing.  A quick review of <a href="">this video</a> and the stock ST100LM035 was free of it's prison.  <a href="">Clonezilla Live</a> then <a href="/upload/WP_20181013_13_27_06_Pro.jpg">imaged it over</a> to my new drive and I magically had an SSD enabled Xbox One X.  Sadly, the 7 partitions only used 960GB and I was too scared to expand the data partition, so I hid a bunch of illegal documents in the extra unaddressable 40GB.  System and game bootups are all pretty much 5 seconds faster, so nowhere near making the $150 upgrade price worth it.  The Senator is rightly jealous though which makes up the rest of the gap.]]></description>
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  26. <title>Home Theater Dolby Atmos Upgrade</title>
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  29. <pubDate>Wed, 18 Jul  2018 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
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  32. <description><![CDATA[<a href=""><img src="" class="right" width="125" alt="Dolby Atmos" /></a>At the behest of every tech magazine I read, I decided my <a href="/news.asp?startat=article&article=1220">5.1 surround system</a> was in need of an upgrade.  No sooner did I put the idea of a new receiver in my head, than Woot <a href="">obliged me with a sale</a>.  My existing 5.1 8 ohm speakers were up to the task, save for two additional ceiling mounted ones for the final <a href="">5.1.2 configuration</a> for the minimum Atmos experience.  A quick trip to hell (my attic) and I was ceiling speaker enabled.  Having already upgraded to an <a href="">Optoma UHD60</a> last year, I was now Atmos and 4K HDR equipped.  My <a href="">Xbox One X</a> began pumping out all the goodies immediately, save for the Blu-Ray of Oblivion which for some reason only gave me Dolby True HD instead of Atmos despite supporting it.  I'm almost happy I have one last configuration item to pick at, as long as it's a minor one. All the "demos" work perfectly in crisp object oriented Dolby Atmos glory.  Full equipment list below:<br />Receiver: <a href="">Yamaha TSR-5810</a>, Projector: <a href="">Optoma HD60</a><br />Source: Xbox One X, Screen: 10ft x 6ft x 15ft throw<br />Speakers: <a href="">Klipsch HD Theater 300</a> + two ceiling speakers]]></description>
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  34. <title>This Server Will Live Forever!</title>
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  36. <comments>;startat=1526#06-12-2018</comments>
  37. <pubDate>Tue, 12 Jun  2018 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
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  40. <description><![CDATA[<a href="/upload/server_large.jpg"><img src="" class="right" alt="New Server" /></a>After powering down my latest alt-coin miner and reducing my total power footprint to a 50 watt PC, I finally found a server that only requires 5 watts.  I upgraded the <a href="">ASUS VivoStick TS10-B017D</a> to a full Win10 Pro and now host this server off of it.  At 5 watts, I can happily run a local server indefinitely in this age of cloud computing.  I keep kicking myself for not saving my BBS, so this server will live on as long as it can in it's current 1990s design style.  Hopefully I get more sections operational, so for now you'll be greeted with a large number of 500 or 404 responses.]]></description>
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  42. <title>One year of South Carolina</title>
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  44. <comments>;startat=1525#12-04-2015</comments>
  45. <pubDate>Fri, 4 Dec  2015 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
  46. <category>General</category>
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  48. <description><![CDATA[After neglecting this blog for exactly one year, I decided it was time for an update.  I blame bookface for the lack of updates of course, but really it's because blogs are dead per Senator Kelley.  Well no longer!  Blogs are not dead!  I'm bringing this one back!  It's a beautiful 65 degrees today in South Carolina, and 38 in Michigan.  The only regret I have from the move is losing all the great Michigan folks that for whatever reason refuse to follow me down here.  I can only hope next year I am writing about everyone that also moved.]]></description>
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  50. <title>Hello South Carolina!</title>
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  52. <comments>;startat=1524#12-04-2014</comments>
  53. <pubDate>Thu, 4 Dec  2014 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
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  56. <description><![CDATA[<a href="/photos/album.asp?album=AQUARIUM_12-04-2014"><img src="" class="right" alt="Aquarium" /></a>With a closing date of December 5th finally set, we scheduled our trip to South Carolina to arrive December 30th before the final walk through on December 1st.  What to do while we waited for the closing date?  Why <a href="/photos/album.asp?album=AQUARIUM_12-04-2014">visit the underwhelming aquarium</a> of course!  We also made a point to hit the beach and drive around the area to get familiar with everything, but the palm trees by far were my personal highlight of the whole vacation.]]></description>
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  58. <title>Halloween</title>
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  60. <comments>;startat=1523#10-31-2014</comments>
  61. <pubDate>Fri, 31 Oct  2014 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
  62. <category>General</category>
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  64. <description><![CDATA[<a href="/photos/album.asp?album=HALLOWEEN_2014"><img src="" class="right" alt="Halloween" /></a>Our last Halloween in Michigan was typical of the state: cold, dark and rainy.  The combination limited us to a total of 10 houses, but Lila was quite happy to go back inside after making the rounds.  Lexi did a few more but soon succumbed to the Michigan curse as well.  Afterwards we took off the jackets and let the kids show off their outfits for a bit longer before calling it a night.  At least South Carolina won't have the cold factor and we can hold out longer even if it's raining.]]></description>
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  66. <title>Baby Party</title>
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  68. <comments>;startat=1522#10-25-2014</comments>
  69. <pubDate>Sat, 25 Oct  2014 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
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  72. <description><![CDATA[<a href="/photos/album.asp?album=BABY_PARTY_10-25-2014"><img src="" class="right" alt="Baby Party" /></a>With the <a href="/news.asp?startat=article&article=1469">last baby party</a> having taken place almost a year ago, it was high time to have another.  The age increases allowed this party to feature more chaos and a total dance party.  Marco and Amanda were inducted into the group despite not ejecting the offspring quite yet, and seemed to enjoy themselves just as well.]]></description>
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  74. <title>Lucys First Birthday</title>
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  76. <comments>;startat=1521#09-27-2014</comments>
  77. <pubDate>Sat, 27 Sep  2014 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
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  80. <description><![CDATA[<a href="/photos/album.asp?album=LUCY_BIRTHDAY_2014"><img src="" class="right" alt="Lucy Birthday" /></a>Lucys first birthday was apparently farm themed, and Lisa picked a great venue with lots of animals.  To be clear, it was not farm animals in a bounce house as the Senator is scheduled to provide, but it was pretty impressive nonetheless.  I know for a fact Lucy had an absolutely awesome time because she never stopped smiling, and was quite thrilled with her smash cake.  I also learned Marco is in fact the farm animal whisperer as he was inside and bonding with almost all of the animals at some point, while Lila preferred to enjoy them from afar.]]></description>
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  82. <title>I96 Fun Day</title>
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  84. <comments>;startat=1520#09-21-2014</comments>
  85. <pubDate>Sun, 21 Sep  2014 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
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  88. <description><![CDATA[<a href="/photos/album.asp?album=I96_FUN_DAY"><img src="" class="right" alt="I96 Fun Day" /></a>Despite cold and rainy weather, I wasn't about to miss the opportunity of a lifetime.  <a href="/photos/album.asp?album=I96_FUN_DAY">I96 fun day</a> was possibly the only chance I'd get to run around an interstate with my kids for an hour (without getting arrested).  Lila was initially hesitant with all my photo requests, but Lucy was happy to get out and crawl on the pavement.  After Lila warmed up to the idea, I was able to get several good shots to prove without a doubt she was in the middle of an interstate. Hopefully Lila and Lucy can look back on this trauma free and tell their friends how irresponsible her father was even when they were a toddlers.]]></description>
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  90. <title>Lexis 3rd Birthday</title>
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  92. <comments>;startat=1519#09-13-2014</comments>
  93. <pubDate>Sat, 13 Sep  2014 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
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  96. <description><![CDATA[<a href="/photos/album.asp?album=LEXI_BIRTHDAY_PARTY_2014"><img src="" class="right" alt="Lexi Birthday Party" /></a>Continuing his one-upmanship, the Senator this year had an entire petting farm shipped to his house for Lexis 3rd birthday party.  It was agreed the only way to continue this upward momentem next year was to have the petting farm inside a bouncehouse, combining last years with this one.  All the kids had photo ops with a replica of Waco, Texas and of course went nuts over the animals.  Lucy was handed around like a hot potato as everyone tried to squeeze the last few ounces of baby out of the girl who is quickly becoming a toddler.]]></description>
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  98. <title>Renaissance Fair</title>
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  100. <comments>;startat=1518#09-07-2014</comments>
  101. <pubDate>Sun, 7 Sep  2014 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
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  104. <description><![CDATA[<a href="/photos/album.asp?album=RENAISSANCE_FAIR_09-2014"><img src="" class="right" alt="Renaissance Fair" /></a>With <a href="">Tigerbomb</a> in tow, it was time to make one final annual visit to the Renaissance Fair.  Lila was quite impressed with all the offerings available to her, and Lucy didn't seem to complain so I can only assume she was equally entertained.  Tiger and I both heavily tipped a mermaid in a glass box with bloodshot eyes as it didn't look very comfortable.  Lila however got wide eyes and very quiet after seeing a real live mermaid, so the experience was well worth the tip.  Some mandatory shots in the jail and the entrance completed our visit, the very last one to the Holly, Michigan Renaissance fair.]]></description>
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  106. <title>State Fair</title>
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  108. <comments>;startat=1517#08-31-2014</comments>
  109. <pubDate>Sun, 31 Aug  2014 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
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  112. <description><![CDATA[<a href="/photos/album.asp?album=STATE_FAIR_2014"><img src="" class="right" alt="State Fair" /></a>With Lila and Lucy clearly underexposed to farm animals, it was time to <a href="/photos/album.asp?album=STATE_FAIR_2014">familiarize their olfactory senses</a> with the rich combination of manure and spoiled milk that accompanies the state fair.  I give Lila credit for the 20 minutes she was able to dedicate to looking at animals before moving on to the various face painting and fair ride opportunities available.  She was even careful enough to pick the Mountain Dew car when it was presented as an option, making her father proud.  Lisa was of course thrilled to watch Lucy while Lila and I made a point to ride every ride she was allowed on.]]></description>
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  114. <title>Moving Day(s)</title>
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  116. <comments>;startat=1516#08-30-2014</comments>
  117. <pubDate>Sat, 30 Aug  2014 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
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  120. <description><![CDATA[<a href="/photos/album.asp?album=MOVING_DAY_2014"><img src="" class="right" alt="Moving Day" /></a>With a closing on my current house scheduled for the end of August, it rapidly became time to vacate.  So began the <a href="/photos/album.asp?album=MOVING_DAY_2014">great packing day</a>, which would become the <a href="/photos/album.asp?album=MOVING_DAY_2014_DAY_2">great packing days</a>.  After ordering a single POD for the first weekend, it became clear we would would need at least two, if not three total PODS to store the 10 years of accumulated crap that Lisa and I now own.  Fortunately our moving crew comrades were able to accomodate the additional weekend with more drones, inappropriateness and hijinks.  Now that our crap is all packed up and waiting for South Carolina there's nothing to do but wait.]]></description>
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  122. <title>Lila Adjusts to an Empty House</title>
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  124. <comments>;startat=1515#08-24-2014</comments>
  125. <pubDate>Sun, 24 Aug  2014 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
  126. <category>General</category>
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  128. <description><![CDATA[Having relocated to my dads house, and with our house (mostly) empty in preparation for our move south, I decided it was time to let <a href="">Lila tour the empty house</a>.  I wanted to see if there was any pent up trauma waiting to surface.  She seemed to adjust well after I assured her all of her toys were safe and secure, the primary concern she had.  After that it looked like a healthy acceptance, of which this video will prove to any court of law pending Lila's future trauma lawsuit against me.]]></description>
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  130. <title>Great Flood of 2014</title>
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  132. <comments>;startat=1514#08-12-2014</comments>
  133. <pubDate>Tue, 12 Aug  2014 15:00:00 EST</pubDate>
  134. <category>General</category>
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  136. <description><![CDATA[<a href="/photos/album.asp?album=GREAT_FLOOD_OF_2014"><img src="" class="right" alt="Great Flood of 2014" /></a>Over 2.5 hours after leaving work, I'm finally home in what was second only to <a href="">the great power outage of 2003</a> in terms of slow moving traffic.  Every route I took seemed to have impassable water over the road, forcing a u-turn every 20 minutes.  A mapping app that routes based on elevation would have been a best seller, and I kept kicking myself for not making one before heading home.]]></description>
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