[rescue] OT: Linux and USB on Intel
mcguire at neurotica.com
Tue Apr 22 11:59:54 CDT 2003
On Tuesday, April 22, 2003, at 12:55 PM, Jeffrey Nonken wrote:
> I'm not actually in a college dorm -- nor was I when I fried the card
> but I can't always afford to air condition my house to 70 degrees, and
> air in this corner of the living room tends to stagnate a bit unless I
> a fan blowing the air around. Even so, 80+ degree temperatures are not
> uncommon during the summer.
> Though usually 80 degrees is the point beyond which I can't stand it
> more and turn the air on.
Yeah...I reach that point at about 76-77 usually, but I'm "well
> (For those in more arid areas, consider also that there's a humidity
> component. 80 degrees in Irvine, CA is generally easier to take than 80
> degress in Philadephia, PA. Trust me on this. I don't mean to say that
> affects the computer cooling, but rather my tolerance levels. :)
I know what you mean about the humidity. The only thing that keeps
the humidity under control here is frequent short downpours. If
something weird happens and it doesn't rain for several days, it gets
pretty seriously humid here. Fortunately that doesn't happen very
often. It really makes even moderate heat unbearable.
Dave McGuire "She's a cheek pincher. I have scars."
St. Petersburg, FL -Gary Nichols
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