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    haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeflashstuff View Post
    So much for being free... I still get to go to the expo, but I won't be participating. So, I win, to a degree, but I still lose, bacause I'm not with a team... Who needs them anyway? They can kiss my @$$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I'd say you come out of this pretty well: you get to go and see all the cool stuff, and you don't have to participate in all the foolishness. It's like going to a trade show and not having to sit through the hype. Big win.
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    Yeah there's a bunch of neat crap to check out there. The whole Super Computing part of it is a little boring however. And they were using OLD OLD equipment when I went. We're talking like Wyse terminals and stuff during the classes and things. blah.
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    OK, I went to RadioShack, and got:

    2x Red LEDs
    2x Green LEDs
    1x Male 9-pin Molex connector
    1x Female 9-pin Molex connector

    (Which of these should I use?)
    1x 2-way momentary-on toggle(spring-loaded center off)-Power and Reset
    4x push-button toggles(normal-off)-Power and Reset

    Quote Originally Posted by rdholtz View Post
    I'd say you come out of this pretty well: you get to go and see all the cool stuff, and you don't have to participate in all the foolishness. It's like going to a trade show and not having to sit through the hype. Big win.
    And to add to that win, one of the people from my "team" can't go, so I get to take my friend Dakota with me!(he's not a member of the forums) So I guess that equals an EPIC WIN for me.

    I also learned that the "fail"s in that e-mail are referring to failblog.org(which we frequented when we met up for programming, etc.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tidder View Post
    Yeah there's a bunch of neat crap to check out there. The whole Super Computing part of it is a little boring however. And they were using OLD OLD equipment when I went. We're talking like Wyse terminals and stuff during the classes and things. blah.
    Yeah, but that was back in 1999 or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeflashstuff View Post
    Yeah, but that was back in 1999 or so.
    Man it was still ancient by '99s standards.
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    They have newer supercomputers now. They have quad-core, quad-bay(16 cores) rack-mount servers attached through Fiber optic links. It's pretty BA. We leave today around 2-ish. I also got a message from Jensen2000 with a tracking number for the Opus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeflashstuff View Post
    They have newer supercomputers now. They have quad-core, quad-bay(16 cores) rack-mount servers attached through Fiber optic links. It's pretty BA. We leave today around 2-ish. I also got a message from Jensen2000 with a tracking number for the Opus.
    You decided to go with OPUS?!!?!?!?!? *Gives freeflashstuff a big hug*, welcome to the OPUS family, lol.
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    I actually WON the Opus. I got a PM from Tidder saying Heather told him that I won it. I got the shipping number yesterday. I g2g. I'm sitting in the awards ceremony at Los Alamos. I'll post when I get back.
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    I totally forgot to post when I got back... I was so tired, now I have a lot of make up work.
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    I got the Opus in today. I tried to hook it up to my regular power supply (bench test indoors) and I only got the LED to blink, even with ACC power applied. Any suggestions?
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