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  1. Research paper help

    I've spent hours searching online, and cannot find a single trustworthy source that says how many gasoline and biodiesel vehicles are on the road in the United States? Can anyone find a source?
  2. Yea, I see that. Here's a pro tip for anyone reading this in the future: Linus usually titles the BTS videos with "fpExclusive"
  3. Later today I'm going to sign up for floatplane. Are there any behind the scenes or moving vlogs uploaded there that aren't on youtube? I really like these and have been missing them for a while... Besides that, are there any floatplane only special videos uploaded?
  4. Get Linus' Attention

    You could email info@linusmediagroup.com
  5. I just bought a new house, and the previous owner left a Sony STRDH750 7.2 channel receiver, but he took the sub(s). I'm curious what subwoofer(s) I should get. I'm pretty sure he had a 10 inch downfiring one before, maybe you could recommend one for under $200? All my other speakers are from Bic America so I'm not sure if I should stick with one brand or not... Thanks in advance
  6. How is ethernet typically run in a house?

    By the electrical panel there is nothing. I don't remember seeing a panel but I'll check again tomorrow.... Thanks!
  7. I just bought a new house, and it has ethernet wired to most of the rooms. In the basement, there are no ports or any kind of switch. I don't think there's one in the attic either, because it's pretty much just a crawlspace and stuffed with insulation. None of the ports are labeled (at least on the outside) and I have no clue how they are setup. Behind the TV, there's coaxial and an ethernet port. I'm curious if this is where I would run a cable from my router and liven up the jacks in the rest of the house? I have no clue how this is typically done If any of you have a clue, it would sure save me a lot of time. Thanks
  8. Tech Decorating ideas

    I think the motherboard wall Linus has in his office is pretty cool. Theoretically you could probably score some mobos for free from your local ewaste place (since they have to pay to get rid of them usually) Maybe some paint and screws/ etc and your set
  9. 2 Different GPU's for 2 monitors?

    It seems like graphics cards have changed a lot since I payed much attention to them. thanks guys!
  10. I'm going to be moving soon and will finally be able to upgrade to a dual monitor setup. I have a GTX 1060 3GB right now, but I still have my perfectly functional 650TI 3GB sitting in a box. Can I use the 1060 for the primary monitor, and the 650 for my second monitor? For productivity I will use both monitors, but when gaming I'll only use one, and probably have Spotify or something like that up on the second. Will this work? I will have 2 identical 25" 1440P monitors from Asus that have both HDMI and displayport. I remember a few years ago seeing a graphic from Nvidea showing you which ports to use on which cards for 2, 3 and 4 monitor setups... Is this still true? If so, where will I find what ports to use?
  11. This may be a long shot... but I'm looking for some high-res pics for my bedroom. I'm doing some re-organizing and re-decorating and I'm looking to change things up a bit Anyone here have pics of Ford trucks or maybe drift cars/ other race cars that could be printed on a large size and framed? If not, where could I find some? Anyone have recommendations for resolutions for a 20x24 or 24x36 print?
  12. The problem with both of these is that I think the final unit will be very large, because I will have to conceal the 2 keyboards inside of it. I would rather have a smaller, cleaner unit that others could more easily replicate
  13. I've been watching LTT for a long time, and have always been particularly interested in Taran's macro's and use of AutoHotKey. I also saw this post on reddit (as I'm sure many of you did) and was inspired to make my own. I play a lot of simulation games, and one of my favorites has always been farming simulator. In the past, I have struggled to remember all my keyboard shortcuts, and often ran out of space, requiring my commands to be longer. I want to make my own control panel using some switches from Amazon. I picked out some normal and momentary toggle switches, and a keyed ignition switch too. I also found a pull switch for the air brakes. The part I'm really struggling with is how I'm going to get all this to work. I do control wiring for a living, but have never done anything that has a physical switch that interacts with software. In the reddit post, the guy uses an arduino, but doesn't really go into details about how exactly he connected it all and what software he used/ programmed. Have any of you ever done this? I'm going to have about 35 switches, and would like to use autohotkey to program them all. The reason I want to do this is because I want to be able to modify it easily and the future, and upload the final code to github for anyone else to use. I really would appreciate any and all help you could offer Thanks
  14. Can anyone identify these Bose IEM's?

    Perfect. Thanks!
  15. I was given these Bose headphones by a family member who hated them. I'd like to try them out, but I want to get new ear-tips.... and I have no clue what the model name or number is They are likely a few years old