Except that the eels are producing DC voltage that doesn’t need to be rectified before entering the Tesla’s system and thus we can use much higher and efficient voltage levels.
It was actually started as an academic project; the guy who founded it (with his husband) wrote his doctoral dissertation about our weekly potluck.
people cycle through a bunch of different specialties; we have a gourmet chef among our neighbors so he makes something different every time, but always incredible
we generally make something different every week, though when we host, i barbecue a pork shoulder
yeah casserole is really not something anyone brings, except us! strangely enough, because we’ll make a rice/broccoli/cheese casserole a lot of the time to make sure people who don’t eat meat get at least one hearty dish
that’s funny because some of our friends bring exactly that maybe once a month and it’s the best, absolute best, dip i have ever had. it’s incredible.
I attend five or six potluck dinners a month. Our friends/neighbors have had a weekly one every Wednesday night for 17 years, and so that’s our regular staple (between 15 and 30 or so of us every Weds) and then there’s a neighborhood porch party one Saturday a month. Since this more or less constitutes my social life,…
As someone who was around at the time, I recall many of us watching in amazement as iTunes automatically started playing and ripping a music CD, all automatically upon it being inserted into a pal’s iMac. Minutes later, the whole thing being in his iTunes library—automatically tagged and named and everything else—was…