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blog post in No Food for Thought Alcohol's long-lasting effects, beyond Asians Technically, the first eletrical computer I owned was a Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)... quite a few years ago, while I was still in elementary school. Correspondingly, it might be fitting that
blog post in No Food for Thought An Apple Brainwash a Day Keeps Bugs Away Computer maker Apple has found the recipe to avoid having to acknowledge any defect in its products: [https://apple.slashdot.org/story/18/12/08/1918204/apple-store-employees-arent-allowed-to-say-crash
blog post in No Food for Thought ASUS F2A85-M Last month I bought my first desktop in a decade. Ordering and getting the parts from DirectCanada was already an experience. I expected some surprises as t
blog post in No Food for Thought DirectCanada The first PC I bought online was my third (OK, the first PC my parents bought online). I bought it from NCIX, despite the distance between British Columbia and Quebec. My next 3 PCs also came from
blog post in No Food for Thought Losing your cool with Lenovo's Ideapad Flex? Get rid of Yoga Mode Control I gave a new laptop with Microsoft Windows to my parents in October. Unfortunately, the best deal I found, Lenovo's Ideapad Flex 4 ,
blog post in No Food for Thought On the relativity of shipping (or why I won't order from DirectCanada anymore) After some emotion with my first order from DirectCanada , the story was too good to stop so early. The second episode from that sequel is on shipping. So
blog post in No Food for Thought The short-term miracles and long-term threat of hardware upgrades on software performance By nature, I write very performant code. But despite being most performant myself, I unfortunately haven't managed to write my own OS yet. So I'm still stuck running software mostly written by people
blog post in No Food for Thought Tmart.com "terribly sorry" after choosing not to honor its commitments When I found the replacement battery I needed for my laptop on Tmart.com , I verified before since I didn't know the store. The first review I found was positive, so I bought. Unfor

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