The Mike Moffat (#2 at Schiit) Blog

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  1. Taverius

    Taverius Smells like sausages

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    Damn, there goes my dream of an IoT CD changer that knows when I'm on the loo and plays appropriately dramatic music. /s

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    OhMyGod that image is a real mind poisoner!

    :eek: :)
     
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    I've seen the term snowflakes bandied about recently, and in diverse sets of circumstances.

    It does seem to apply as there are those who seem 'entitled', and some do seem to be skilled at making their drama, your drama.
    And I'd add curiosity as another related trait along with unwillingness, or rather the lack of curiosity, which seems like it's an off shoot of instant gratification.

    JJ
     
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    Oh it gets better, the social media raised post-millenials are a whole new breed unto themselves:
     
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    Cspirou They call me Sparky

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    This is true. It's specifically made for industrial applications (as opposed to hobbyists) and doesn't have a miniSD card slot.

    It's still a lot more computing power then you need for a transport and it'll probably cheaper in the long run to do something in-house.
     
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    Hmmmm... We know of another funky DAC this would be super useful in! ;)
     
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