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PHP / VB.Net / C# / Objective C programmer by night; Systems administrator by day, with a nasty craving for tearing apart my house room by room and remodeling it on the weekends.


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comment How can I hang heavy objects on a wall, without leaving any marks?
Well... the theory says the ideal material needed to become a superconductor would have super conducting properties at room temperature. If you could accomplish that, once your material was turned into a superconductor and you found a suitable sized magnet to provide the force, you wouldn't need any electricity or supercooled air to maintain the levitation.
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comment How can I run Cat5e cable through a completely finished house?
Gigabit ethernet is great but I think a lot of people over-value the speed of Gigabit. Unless your a bank or dealing with financial data; unless you have a 3d rendering farm of 100s of servers; gigabit in a house is way overkill. Your limited by your slowest connection which is always the internet. If you happen to be in one of the 5 cities Google fiber is available; awesome - your still probably limited by your 5400 or 7200 rpm hard drive. SSD drives aren't that common yet and most people don't run server class NAS's
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comment How can I run Cat5e cable through a completely finished house?
I missed the basement part - so as there is only 1 ceiling to deal with (between the first floor and the 2nd) find which way the ceiling joists run and run through those cavities. It would be like old construction pot lights; your access holes will be in the ceiling, not at the top of the wall
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revised How can I run Cat5e cable through a completely finished house?
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