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So you can't directly translate it to other languages then. Like Scheibenbremsen sind tot (SBST) or 디스크 브레이크는 죽었다 (디브죽)
Nope, it's really clean. And it wouldn't make any sense that it starts heating up when it's being left unused. Maybe my MBA is just an attention whore
Nope, nothing. That's why I'm so confused
I always wondered, how do you guys read DBAD? Dee Bee Ay Dee? D-bad? I call for latter
Can anyone explain why my mid 2012 MBA heats up really bad when it's idling?
When I don't use it for about 5 min the temperature goes up north of 80°C and the fan start to spin at its limit while the CPU load is as low as 5%. It cools down when I'm back on it though.
I formatted the SSD several times already (I just do once in a while for a big OS update) but it didn't solve the problem so I'm starting to think that it's hardware related.
So I've moved to Seoul, South Korea exactly a week ago now. Since then Corona peaked and cooled down quite a bit I think while it seems like it started exploding in Europe.
The streets and the campus are a bit emptier than usual I'm told and everyone - literally everyone - is wearing a mask. But that's not so uncommon in Korea anyways.
Life somehow continues without big change here. Neither is anyone queueing up on anything nor are people starting to stock up their toilet papers. I think the people here have trust in the government to do a proper job which is quite unfamiliar to me
I wonder why the rate of recovered people in Korea doesn't rise.
Some of the exchange students have already been sent back to their home country due to the current situation there. My flight is on March 9 so I still can cancel it but I don't really want to. Not sure what to do
Does anyone have the Chrome Urban Ex Rolltop 18l backpack and can tell me if a 13" laptop fits?
Semester start in SNU, South Korea is postponed by 2 weeks because of the virus. There are about 30 confirmed infections but the geographical closeness to China seems to make a huge wave there.
I'm about to do a semester there starting in March so that'll be interesting.
Oh well, it kinda exploded over the weekend in Korea. There have been over 700 new confirmed cases, although mostly in Daegu (about 250km south of Seoul).
I'm currently getting thousands of emails from SNU with updates and actions. There seem to be 2 research assistants in the college I will be in who have been in contact with infected people and placed "themselves under self-quarantine".
Well, I still have to wait a month to build it to allow the paint to cure.
Looks fantastic though!