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Yesterday was a very blah Monday. I started the day by Drooling over the new server racks.
I set the feet for the permanent rack so it is stable. I don't think we need the second rack for anything so my opinion would be to sell it, I'll start a forum post to see what you guys think.
The rest of the day I did some on-line work and waited around. Greg stopped by, we had a short talk and hung the thermometer so it is viewable from the web-cam. Other than that the day was uneventful as no one else stopped by. Well time to see what mischief I can get into today.
I had planned on writing an article every day, documenting day-to-day happening. Unfortunately Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday turned out to be busier than expected. So to catchup I am going to write this one article for the three days. I was not at the club Friday due to the holiday.
Tuesday I cleaned up the upstairs work area and set up a computer for general use. While doing so I found the shelf brackets. I used the brackets to mount a shelf for the AC in the office.
I had to use the large brackets and mount them too the studs. That thing is heavy. To keep it from rolling off I removed the casters. They can be re-purposed els-ware.
Later on Dave and Mic' stopped by and thus began one of our wonderful think too hard for too long nights. I believe we started around 8PM with general machining technique, Mic' left
Let me start off by introducing myself. I am Frank Robison, 22, I live on the west side of Indy and for July [and possibly longer] I am going to be Cyberia's "Resident Member".
I will be keeping "open hours" of Mon-Fri Noon-8:00P.M. During this time I will be cleaning/organizing Cyberia, working on my own projects, and doing general Cyberia activities. Mostly, I will be here for you and other community members. If you have questions about Cyberia, need help with a project, or even just want to chat about the awesome article you read on using fishing line as synthetic muscles then stop by and I'll do my best to help.
I look forward to seeing you soon!