2011 MacBook Pro 17 inch, quad core i7, $60. Previous owner had a hard time booting intermittently and was tired of dealing with it.
I’m an Industrial Design Major with a furniture design concentration that has no business designing a solar powered car. But here we are.
No surprise here.
Well, I don’t think it was anything I did, I mean how do you enduce motherboard failure? The bright side is that the me of 3 years ago bought a 3 year warranty that is coming in handy now. My school is a Dell campus so our tech support center has certified techs, should be back to me by the end of the week, no cost to…
If you theoretically had to choose between the two, which would you choose?
I have owned the Ranger for 2 years now. I have done absolutely no maintenance to it in that time and it finally caught up to me.
It’s not supposed to snow in North Carolina.
I’m currently selling my Surface Pro 2 on eBay. It has served me well for 1.5 years but the small screen really was starting to get to me. I was thinking of just upgrading to a Pro 3, they go for just about at much as my loaded Pro 2 will go for and they have the bigger screen.
And said I was just a new member trying to help out with the interior?
Cross Check Chair by Frank Gehry.
Might not be what y’all are into but it’s a solar car race team with my university. The thing is, we don’t have an engineering program at my university, we’re a liberal arts school.
Parked in my neighbour’s car port. Gran Lemons. Still has an inspection sticker on the windshield, NC hasn’t done that for years. Plate expires January of 1991.
Because who would have thought that Design school would require sketching skills.
Too bad I live on campus and couldn’t park it anywhere. Also don’t have $4000. Or a need for a 40 year old vehicle with hydraulics.
Had a manual too. I fit lots of stuff in the back, used it like a truck.
Not that I’ve been active enough to warrant a goodnight, just found this old picture of my Dart and it seemed like an appropriate goodnight image.
So I have to update some building information sheets to look more contemporary. Now I can make this look pretty, no problem, I just use Indesign for this kind of stuff. The thing is building supervisors will be filling in the information on their own. I was thinking I could just send out a spreadsheet to be filled out…