Member Since: January 8, 2011

Country: United States



Georgia Southern University

  • “Your ICy MCs: ‘I’ flows alot and Magic Smoke”

  • I use this one for talking about a computer in general and the function of its components. A computer is analogous to a box of stuff in the garage. Getting a hard drive/ flash memory with more capacity for data is like getting a bigger box so you can store more stuff in it. Getting a faster processor that can manipulate data at a greater rate is like being able to search through the stuff in the box faster. Getting more RAM capacity is like being able to hold more of the stuff you need in your hands while you work on it rather than having to dig though the box and get one piece to use at a time. I guess the power supply is like lunch, so you feel like going into the garage and looking through boxes. Turned out to be simile I think. Also, thank you Sparkfun crew for making it easier for younger and younger people to get excited about electronics and science; the touring is an awesome idea.

  • Everyone assumes they’re programming. I’m pretty sure they are just checking facebook.

  • “PEACE TALKS A SUCCESS, former natural enemies pose to immortalize the occasion.”

  • “What can I say? Your either on the bus or off the bus.”

  • I had the same problem but it only happened on one of my computers. The computer can boot ubuntu 10.04 LTS or Win 7 x64. The blue screen would happen for windows but no problems for ubuntu. Sorry to say that I still do not know what causes the problem.

  • “Tastes just as good as the bone, and I don’t even have to leave my comfy chair. You didn’t plan on sitting here did you?”

  • “Good parking spot… plaque with picture… no, nothing motivates like the employee of the month POWER HELMET!”

  • Thanks for the chance to get free stuff! Instead of F5 I need a whole new keyboard. Can’t wait for the recap.

  • “Here at Sparkfun Electronics we’re committed to helping these humanoid cows find their way home. Sharing Ingenuity is about coming to the aid of the weary! Until that day, they’ll always have a home here.”