Sweet! Glad it helped.
Wow! It looks like you archived everything and didn't delete anything.
Thanks for the tip! RAW support in Dropbox might be handy on occasion. I usually shoot RAW+JPEG so I can use the JPEGs for mobile stuff.
No, but I'll keep an eye out. Thanks for the suggestion!
That's cool. I haven't tried that one out yet, but it's nice to have choices. Not having to travel with a separate pocket router is also nice. Too bad they don't have a Mac version.
Crock pots may be a different story. The chart doesn't include slow cooker recommendations, unfortunately. I'll have to ask my wife, but I'm pretty sure we still soak them even when we use our slow cooker.
Baking soda is a miracle. Is there anything it can't do? Thanks for sharing!
Glad you figured it out :)
It worked pretty well when I tested it too. And the three hour limit seems fair.
That's a cool trick! But, from what I understand, that still requires two physical network cards in order to work. Plus, it's limited to just Windows 8/8.1 users.
Bummer! Post updated, haha.
Good work! I'm going to run it like that and see if anything weird happens.
You need at least Jelly Bean (4.1). Did the Ace II x ever get updated past ICS?
Not at all. Thanks for posting the link :)
Great idea! Thanks for sharing.
Also, if your office won't let you plug in a humidifier due to fire codes, try a USB humidifier like this one:
Here you go!
Interesting. Maybe in those cases, instead of turning them off completely, try decreasing the delay to 0.5X.
Oh yeah, I forgot about that! Thanks for the reminder.