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  • Quintin Theberge
    13. Februar 2022

    Aw, this was a really nice post. Finding the time and actual effort to produce a really good article… but what can I say… I put things off a whole lot and never seem to get nearly anything done.

  • 3. Februar 2023

    Adam thank you for your hard work in putting this together!It is truly a great piece you did here! This really helps me with how to feed the man in my life to have his optimal health !Hi Ginger, thank you for taking the time to read! 🙂Thank you for this informative and useful article. I can relate to many of the narrative being involved in promoting ethics and good governance in my previous position. One aspect I was emphasising to the leadership is the need to be skeptic (under the banner of Skeptic Leadership) .I have an inexpensive setup for attaching bands at different heights already too, but I can’t wait to get one of these Evolution Home Gyms!Right now I can’t reach the highest hook point, so I need help or to struggle with a stick to deal with the top point. Being able to hook onto the top of a post and then extend it up will be awesome.And having the 4 posts means I’ll be able to grab a post with one hand to keep from rolling or tipping while I really pull hard with the other hand, and that will also be awesome! Just using some wall anchors is definitely cheaper… but I see the advantage. I’ll be glad when mine gets here.Bonjour Pierre,Cet article date un peu, mais je recherche une information sur la mémoire ECC. Comment savoir quel algorithme ECC est utilisé par ce type de mémoire je sais que le plus souvent c’est SECDED (corrige les erreurs sur un bit et détecte les erreurs sur deux bits) , mais il existe aussi la technologie IBM killchip (beaucoup plus puissante qui peut corriger de nombreuses erreur de bits et même palier à la perte d’une puce, comme dans un système RAID5) ? Je voudrais notamment connaitre la technologie utilisée par le Mac Pro 6.1. Autre question est-ce que depuis vous avez eu confirmation de la possibilité d’utilisé de la mémoire non ECC sur Mac Pro 6.1 ? Merci, à vous.