I need to see that again. I haven't watched it since it was new. Reminds me, there used to be a hidden WiFi network at the company I worked at. Its SSID was Swordfish. Of course, the IT staff that set it up, also dubbed the laser/fax machines Autobot, and Decepticon, complete with the appropriate insignias on the printers for visual identification. Too bad that place rapidly stopped being cool.
I kept my original 8GB Xbox drive locked, just in case the 120GB drive I installed goes sideways. Should that happen, I still have a soft-modded drive I can go back to with no BS, and can use that to quickly format and configure another, bigger drive. I'd rather use a CF card instead of a small, borderline multiple-decade old HDD in anything if possible, anyway. At least anything that's not going to have a metric buttload of write/erase operations on it.
Got an 8-pin mini-DIN connector for my Genesis 2/32X, so I can make a new A/V cable that isn't left/mono audio. Seems like all 3rd party Genesis A/V cables come from the same factory where the audio is wired wrong, and it's not like you can just open them up and move the wire, as it's all molded together with only three pins in the connector.
- Where it's always 1992 (or so).
Icons, wallpapers, and typical Oldternet nonsense.