And for the "most played" playlists, I could even manually play the last few seconds of each song, say, 3-4 times. I could do that to boost the playcounts of just the few dozen most-played songs from the old library, and my friend will have a good starting point. If it's even worth that.
Next challenge: reformatting her iPod for windows. (Probably easy.)
I do disagree with some theories -via- my electricians . We had many discussions over the years
Well if they said anything different from what I did they are wrong. There's a difference between being able to run 3 wires around a house and sizing a breaker to the wire size, as compared to actually knowing electronics and circuit level theory, such as how a surge protector circuit is made. I've worked with a lot of electricians over the years too from all the high power equipment installations I've been involved in, there's a reason many are only handling 3 wires. I've seen some really stupid mistakes. Ask if they can explain three phase power and why it's more efficient. If you really want to see deer in the headlights look ask about three phase high leg delta.
The only thing easier is phones, that's only 2 wires and they're low voltage and current.
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
Loc: The Wizard's Balcony
To be sure, the apartment I'm in now is the fist one since 2001 to have grounded outlets. And most (well, all) of those years were in south Louisiana, where severe lightning storms are an almost daily occurrence for much of the year. None of my computers ever minded.
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