Sophisticated Cooling Apparatus

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  • gabba 2008-07-24 10:01
    No wtf here. It's implemented with high quality duct tape. And it's documented.
  • danixdefcon5 2008-07-24 10:04
    That * seems to say something else, though; I can only distinguish "* In a matter of ??????. Probably."

    We need a better zoom!!!
  • mallard 2008-07-24 10:04
    Of course if all of the UKTV "networks" did "fall of air", nobody would notice.

    They are one of those stations that only have about 5 unique programmes per day...
  • opto 2008-07-24 10:04
    Looks more like electrical tape to me.
  • mallard 2008-07-24 10:07
    danixdefcon5:
    That * seems to say something else, though; I can only distinguish "* In a matter of ??????. Probably."

    We need a better zoom!!!


    Judging by the length and shape of the word, it probably says "minutes". It's certainly too long to be "hours", "days", "weeks", "months" or "years" and it doesn't appear to have any full-height glyphs, so "seconds" is probably out.
  • Wonky Hacker 2008-07-24 10:08
    "In a matter of minutes. Probably."
  • Nerf Herder 2008-07-24 10:09
    danixdefcon5:
    That * seems to say something else, though; I can only distinguish "* In a matter of ??????. Probably."

    We need a better zoom!!!


    It says in a matter of minutes. Probably
  • draeath 2008-07-24 10:10
    Nerf Herder:
    danixdefcon5:
    That * seems to say something else, though; I can only distinguish "* In a matter of ??????. Probably."

    We need a better zoom!!!


    It says in a matter of minutes. Probably


    It says "In a matter of Minutes. Probably," ... probably.
  • Zagyg 2008-07-24 10:17
    Rubbish. It says "And all 7 of our viewers will be phoning in to complain"
  • dkf 2008-07-24 10:21
    Somebody set us up the fan!
  • CosineKitty 2008-07-24 10:23
    You earned my LOL today. Thank you!
  • Cah 2008-07-24 10:24
    Can anyone tell me who manufactured that fan?
    If it was supporting critical system for few years working 24/7 then I'd be very interested in getting the same one for myself. It could last for few generations :)
  • mplscodedev 2008-07-24 10:26
    In a related query a coworker found this for me:
  • danixdefcon5 2008-07-24 10:27
    Reminded me of my first Pentium, which had a PSU fan failure. Every now and then, it would stop, and I had to put in a clip to "jump-start" the fan. My dad didn't hear me on this for 6 months.

    When he finally did, was when I went out on vacation; he left the PC on for 6 hours and suddenly a whiff of smoke and fried electronics caught his attention...

    dkf:
    Somebody set us up the fan!

    All your matrices are belong to us!
  • James O'Boston 2008-07-24 10:30
    There is no dark side of the moon, really.


    matter of fact it's all dark.
  • Bernie 2008-07-24 10:32
    But, Mr. Boss, the sign did not say anything about turning the fan off.
  • RWL 2008-07-24 10:36
    The inside is pretty dark...
  • snoofle 2008-07-24 10:39
    Bah, no redundancy. They need a backup fan blowing at the primary fan, just in case the primary fan overheats.
  • none@example.com 2008-07-24 10:39
    mplscodedev: http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/countdown.asp
  • mallard 2008-07-24 10:41
    mplscodedev:
    In a related query a coworker found this for me:


    Fake. Firstly, Coundown is shown at 4:15pm, hardly prime-time. Secondly, that combination of letters never came up.

    However, during one episode a contestant did spell the word "WANKERS", see the Wikipedia entry.
  • snoofle 2008-07-24 10:44
    Rats - just noticed this at the bottom of the OP - too late to edit...

    OP:
    UKTV finally fixed things by building a brand new facility.
    ... and then they moved the same rack with insufficient cooling (and the table, box and fan) into it.
  • SenTree 2008-07-24 10:44
    http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/countdown.asp

    Obvious, really !

    For a start, there is no 'automatic system' - the letters are on physical cards, selected by Carol Vorderman (that's her in the picture) on instructions from the contestants. Also, Channel 4 at 4pm is not prime-time !

    [Damn - someone beat me to it!]
  • Jamie 2008-07-24 10:44
    That countdown thing is wrong (apart from it being bunkum) - a computer doesnt pick the letters, the contestants take it in turns to pick by asking the lovely carole vorderman for a "consernant" or "vowel" until all spaces are filled.

  • John 2008-07-24 10:45
    My own amaturish CSI style zoom-in;

  • mplscodedev 2008-07-24 10:48
    Hey, it was funny. Real or not, I don't care. Besides, I'm a Yank, I don't pay attention to Cockney game shows we don't steal! :)
  • DOA 2008-07-24 10:48
    It's times like this that I get this uncontrollable urge to flip the off switch.
  • WhiskeyJack 2008-07-24 10:51
    John:
    My own amaturish CSI style zoom-in;



    Enhance that section over there!

    And let's turn the image around so we can see what was written on the other side of the paper. There might be a clue...
  • snoofle 2008-07-24 10:51
    Cah:
    Can anyone tell me who manufactured that fan?
    ...working 24/7

    My home office is exposed to the sun on 2 walls and the roof, and it gets pretty toasty in there. I have a desk/hutch that surrounds my iMac; so it gets pretty hot from lack of ventilation.

    I got one of those 1/2 height stick-fans from Brookstone (~$50). It's overpriced, but has been running 7x24 for about 18 months without a glitch. Pricy, but reliable.
  • DeLos 2008-07-24 11:08
    WhiskeyJack:
    John:
    My own amaturish CSI style zoom-in;



    Enhance that section over there!

    And let's turn the image around so we can see what was written on the other side of the paper. There might be a clue...


    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...
  • SenTree 2008-07-24 11:19
    mplscodedev:
    Hey, it was funny. Real or not, I don't care. Besides, I'm a Yank, I don't pay attention to Cockney game shows we don't steal! :)
    ...because it's about spelling ? <big grin - that was a friendly dig, not flamebait>
  • I have no name, and am offended by the insinuation that I should. 2008-07-24 11:24
    Looks like:

    "In a matter of ????????, Probably"

    It's 7-9 characters, and there don't appear to be any descenders, so it's not "speaking"
    There may be an Ascender for the third character, which means it might be a t,l,d or b. I'd go with t or l.

    What we need is an English person. There's probably an English phrase similar to the Canadian/American "In a manner of speaking" that we're not familiar with.
  • John 2008-07-24 11:31
    WhiskeyJack:
    John:
    My own amaturish CSI style zoom-in;



    Enhance that section over there!

    And let's turn the image around so we can see what was written on the other side of the paper. There might be a clue...

    No Problem
  • Tringi 2008-07-24 11:34
    I have no name, and am offended by the insinuation that I should.:
    Looks like:

    "In a matter of ????????, Probably"

    It's 7-9 characters, and there don't appear to be any descenders, so it's not "speaking"
    There may be an Ascender for the third character, which means it might be a t,l,d or b. I'd go with t or l.

    What we need is an English person. There's probably an English phrase similar to the Canadian/American "In a manner of speaking" that we're not familiar with.


    Doesn't look like "seconds" or "minutes" to me. I would say that it has more to do with the word-play on "turn off the air" and "on-air" phrases. But, in the end, the resolution is simply not sufficient to be sure.
  • Matthew 2008-07-24 11:36
    mplscodedev:
    Hey, it was funny. Real or not, I don't care. Besides, I'm a Yank, I don't pay attention to Cockney game shows we don't steal! :)


    Cockney? FFS - it's made oop North.
  • Claxon 2008-07-24 11:36
    mallard:
    mplscodedev:
    In a related query a coworker found this for me:


    Fake. Firstly, Coundown is shown at 4:15pm, hardly prime-time. Secondly, that combination of letters never came up.

    However, during one episode a contestant did spell the word "WANKERS", see the Wikipedia entry.


    You forgot the part where it's calling Carol Vorderman a computer, since she would pick up the cards from the stacks at the bottom, and place them on the chart. Is that picture just demonstrating how much fail one person can make when editing a photo? And of courseanything too bad would simply be cut from the broadcast since it wasn't live
  • fruey 2008-07-24 11:41
    mplscodedev:
    In a related query a coworker found this for me:


    Except that it's even funnier, because it means that the woman on the right (Carol Vorderman) would have pulled the letters out of the boxes "VOWEL" and "CONSONANT" in an order defined by the contestant who had the choice that round.

    So someone could have fixed it (by arranging the letters in a standard order of selection favoured by contestants)
  • WHat? 2008-07-24 11:47
    In similar vain.

    You know whats cheaper than screwing the servers into racks?
    Using entire 1u's as though they were shelves.

    http://i38.tinypic.com/op3h8x.jpg
  • Charles 2008-07-24 11:53
    OMG! They used the default "Times New Roman" font! Total WTF!
  • laser 2008-07-24 11:53
    And, of course, the aim of the game is to get the longest word possible, not as many words as possible...

    Isn't UKTV a joint venture of the BBC? Our license fee hard at work, I see.
  • Dwedit 2008-07-24 11:54
    The real WTF is that the janitor who only speaks Spanish will move the fan anyway.
  • BlueNovember 2008-07-24 11:57
    DeLos:

    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni_rAamVP2s
    "I'll create a GUI interface using visual basic and see if I can track an IP address"
    Fail on so many levels. A GUI interface. /resign
  • Fine Print? 2008-07-24 12:06
    Whats the * refer to on the bottom of the paper?
  • Steven G. Aldana, Ph.D. 2008-07-24 12:12
    Dwedit:
    The real WTF is that the janitor who only speaks Spanish will move the fan anyway.
    The station is in UK somewhere, so the janitor is probably South Asian.
  • diaphanein 2008-07-24 12:15
    I can't believe no one thinks of the EM interference an AC fan such as this causes and the effect is has on electronics when in such proximity.

    When I lived in the dorms all those years ago, we didn't have air conditioning, so I used to keep a much smaller fan than that about a few feet from my desktop. That is until I realized the wavy lines I was seeing on my monitor were only there when the fan was off. I did have some data corruption on my HD, as well. You live, you learn, you place the fan farther away.
  • Alex Papadimoulis 2008-07-24 12:26
    John:

    My own amaturish CSI style zoom-in;





    Psshh, I see *someone* needs a better zoom algorithm.

  • SomeCoder 2008-07-24 12:37
    BlueNovember:
    DeLos:

    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni_rAamVP2s
    "I'll create a GUI interface using visual basic and see if I can track an IP address"
    Fail on so many levels. A GUI interface. /resign


    Dear god... I hadn't seen that one before. Could they have failed any harder?
  • Soviut 2008-07-24 12:40
    I cannot tell you what the Output Matrix is...you have to see it for yourself!

    Woah!
  • Hoser, Eh 2008-07-24 13:03
    used to be what fits in one rack space now fit in two or three 7-foot racks full of tubes back when I was a broadcast brats. when The Slide went up in my day (or worse, when the easel in the studio got lit up and a camera picked up a placard painted in 1953,) it meant that several engineers were using pencils to rap on tubes. when they hit the bad one, usually, a monitor on the wall would break out in multiple fits in multiple dimensions. or a tube would break. or it would short inside and go bright red.

    replace and continue until picture is restored cleanly.
  • quis 2008-07-24 13:14
    tis odd that Alex'es comments (rare as they are) always get the random blue highlighting!! :(
  • greenup 2008-07-24 13:14
    Alex Papadimoulis:
    John:

    My own amaturish CSI style zoom-in;

    ...


    Psshh, I see *someone* needs a better zoom algorithm.
    ...

    To my eyes, I had thought it looked like minutes, but still, I call cheating!
    I tried a variety of resample algorithms on the "original" posted to this article, before actually looking at the pixels... there is no way to get this:

    from this:


    too much information has been lost.
  • ParkinT 2008-07-24 13:24
    DeLos:


    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...

    On a wooden table.
  • Franz Kafka 2008-07-24 13:35
    greenup:
    Alex Papadimoulis:
    John:

    My own amaturish CSI style zoom-in;

    ...


    Psshh, I see *someone* needs a better zoom algorithm.
    ...

    To my eyes, I had thought it looked like minutes, but still, I call cheating!
    I tried a variety of resample algorithms on the "original" posted to this article, before actually looking at the pixels... there is no way to get this:

    from this:


    too much information has been lost.


    Alex just has the original image and is engaging in some snark.

    WHat?:
    In similar vain.

    You know whats cheaper than screwing the servers into racks?
    Using entire 1u's as though they were shelves.

    http://i38.tinypic.com/op3h8x.jpg


    Do you mean _not_ screwing servers into racks?
  • Anon 2008-07-24 13:46
    Franz Kafka:
    greenup:
    Alex Papadimoulis:
    John:

    My own amaturish CSI style zoom-in;

    ...


    Psshh, I see *someone* needs a better zoom algorithm.
    ...

    To my eyes, I had thought it looked like minutes, but still, I call cheating!
    I tried a variety of resample algorithms on the "original" posted to this article, before actually looking at the pixels... there is no way to get this:

    from this:


    too much information has been lost.


    Alex just has the original image and is engaging in some snark.


    No! I want to believe that Alex has the super secret CIA, FBI, CSI infinite image enhancing software.
    Come on Alex, use the spectral analyzer function and tell us where the paper came from (to the exact tree in the exact forest).
    You could probably lift some finger prints and look them up on the "everybody in the world" database and get there last known address and drivers license photo.
  • Morasique 2008-07-24 13:50
    Alex Papadimoulis:
    John:

    My own amaturish CSI style zoom-in;





    Psshh, I see *someone* needs a better zoom algorithm.



    Both your algorithms suck:

  • Izkata 2008-07-24 13:54
    My laptop was running off of a similar setup for 4 or 5 months earlier this year!
  • Xeron 2008-07-24 14:00




    Well. No. Contestants get Carol there to pick out a vowel or consonent until all 9 spots are filled. They then have 30 seconds to find the LONGEST word, not as many as possible. There is no system to automatically bring up letters, and if there was it would probably have a swear filter built in. This combination clearly never happened.

    Why anyone felt the need to add a caption to a silly photoshopped image is beyond me.
  • Deckard 2008-07-24 14:07
    WhiskeyJack:
    John:
    My own amaturish CSI style zoom-in;



    Enhance that section over there!

    And let's turn the image around so we can see what was written on the other side of the paper. There might be a clue...


    Give me a hard copy right there.
  • Chuck Mango 2008-07-24 14:17
    So taking the matrices off air, takes the station off air too!
  • Vic Tim 2008-07-24 14:31
    SomeCoder:
    BlueNovember:
    DeLos:

    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni_rAamVP2s
    "I'll create a GUI interface using visual basic and see if I can track an IP address"
    Fail on so many levels. A GUI interface. /resign


    Dear god... I hadn't seen that one before. Could they have failed any harder?


    Indeed, I never want to see anything like that again unless it's ATHF or some satire.
  • silent d 2008-07-24 14:50
    Vic Tim:
    SomeCoder:
    BlueNovember:
    DeLos:

    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni_rAamVP2s
    "I'll create a GUI interface using visual basic and see if I can track an IP address"
    Fail on so many levels. A GUI interface. /resign


    Dear god... I hadn't seen that one before. Could they have failed any harder?


    Indeed, I never want to see anything like that again unless it's ATHF or some satire.


    I think the screenwriter just paged through a copy of VB for Dummies and picked out a couple terms that s/he thought sounded like cool tech jargon.
  • pitchingchris 2008-07-24 14:58
    <snip> UK Countdown pic <snip>

    Would this picture be cause for a nonverbal assault lawsuilt? (As opposed to Christian Bale's verbal assault case..)
  • whicker 2008-07-24 15:02
    diaphanein:
    I can't believe no one thinks of the EM interference an AC fan such as this causes and the effect is has on electronics when in such proximity.

    When I lived in the dorms all those years ago, we didn't have air conditioning, so I used to keep a much smaller fan than that about a few feet from my desktop. That is until I realized the wavy lines I was seeing on my monitor were only there when the fan was off. I did have some data corruption on my HD, as well. You live, you learn, you place the fan farther away.


    completely irrelevant. The wavy lines are because magnets are being used to direct an electron beam. And hey, the fan's motor also works with the principle of magnetism. A hard drive corruption is just coincidental, it just happens.

    Anyway, I just had a vision of how this would work in my workplace:

    1) So if you were there, you'd move the fan out and away from the rack, so it was incidentally visible from the hallway.

    2) Then some person would walk by and remove the sign from the fan and take it to her supervisor because the tone of the note was unprofessional.

    3) The supervisor would toss it into the trash without reading it.

    4) Soon thereafter, somebody else would come in and complain about "wasting electricity" and shut off the fan.

    5) Then the equipment would stop working. Then the tech would need a special trip to arrive to fix it.

    6) The tech would get asked why it didn't work. Overheating would be the answer, and then would be laughed at for not doing something so simple as pointing the fan already in the room at it.

    7) The person who typed up the note would get talked to, regarding a complaint about posting non-approved fliers in the hallway.
  • TInkerghost 2008-07-24 15:14
    SomeCoder:
    BlueNovember:
    DeLos:

    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni_rAamVP2s
    "I'll create a GUI interface using visual basic and see if I can track an IP address"
    Fail on so many levels. A GUI interface. /resign


    Dear god... I hadn't seen that one before. Could they have failed any harder?

    I believe CSI Miami once used an IP address with a 1024 in it - does that count?
  • Stephan Rose 2008-07-24 15:33
    TInkerghost:
    SomeCoder:
    BlueNovember:
    DeLos:

    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni_rAamVP2s
    "I'll create a GUI interface using visual basic and see if I can track an IP address"
    Fail on so many levels. A GUI interface. /resign


    Dear god... I hadn't seen that one before. Could they have failed any harder?

    I believe CSI Miami once used an IP address with a 1024 in it - does that count?


    Well how do you expect them to catch criminals with 8-bit bytes? They gotta use those new state of the art 10-bit bytes...
  • TexDex 2008-07-24 15:49
    Stephan Rose:
    TInkerghost:
    SomeCoder:
    BlueNovember:
    DeLos:

    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni_rAamVP2s
    "I'll create a GUI interface using visual basic and see if I can track an IP address"
    Fail on so many levels. A GUI interface. /resign


    Dear god... I hadn't seen that one before. Could they have failed any harder?

    I believe CSI Miami once used an IP address with a 1024 in it - does that count?


    Well how do you expect them to catch criminals with 8-bit bytes? They gotta use those new state of the art 10-bit bytes...


    I know I've seen one with an IP address that had a number over 300 in it. In all fairness they might have been trying to make it fake, just like all the phone numbers they say begin in 555, so nobody would get attacked, but if that's the case they should have included the IP address of the CBS website or something.
  • Alfred 2008-07-24 15:49
    Stephan Rose:
    TInkerghost:
    SomeCoder:
    BlueNovember:
    DeLos:

    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni_rAamVP2s
    "I'll create a GUI interface using visual basic and see if I can track an IP address"
    Fail on so many levels. A GUI interface. /resign


    Dear god... I hadn't seen that one before. Could they have failed any harder?

    I believe CSI Miami once used an IP address with a 1024 in it - does that count?


    Well how do you expect them to catch criminals with 8-bit bytes? They gotta use those new state of the art 10-bit bytes...


    I know I've seen one with an IP address that had a number over 300 in it. In all fairness they might have been trying to make it fake, just like all the phone numbers they say begin in 555, so nobody would get attacked, but if that's the case they should have included the IP address of the CBS website or something.
  • SomeCoder 2008-07-24 16:07
    Alfred:
    Stephan Rose:
    TInkerghost:
    SomeCoder:
    BlueNovember:
    DeLos:

    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni_rAamVP2s
    "I'll create a GUI interface using visual basic and see if I can track an IP address"
    Fail on so many levels. A GUI interface. /resign


    Dear god... I hadn't seen that one before. Could they have failed any harder?

    I believe CSI Miami once used an IP address with a 1024 in it - does that count?


    Well how do you expect them to catch criminals with 8-bit bytes? They gotta use those new state of the art 10-bit bytes...


    I know I've seen one with an IP address that had a number over 300 in it. In all fairness they might have been trying to make it fake, just like all the phone numbers they say begin in 555, so nobody would get attacked, but if that's the case they should have included the IP address of the CBS website or something.


    Yeah, IP addresses that are impossible aren't as big of a deal to me because it's like the 555-5555 phone numbers that movies and TV shows use. However, the fact that somebody looked up enough computer terms to say "GUI Interface in Visual Basic to track his IP" just screams "we found some tech sounding words. Aren't they neat?"

    That actress (though not her fault) just sounded like a dumb ass while saying them :)
  • real_aardvark 2008-07-24 16:20
    mallard:
    Of course if all of the UKTV "networks" did "fall of air", nobody would notice.

    They are one of those stations that only have about 5 unique programmes per day...
    Ah, but are those programmes unique in prime time?

    1!

    Oops, sorry.

    Frist!!!!!
  • diaphanein 2008-07-24 16:21
    whicker:
    diaphanein:
    I can't believe no one thinks of the EM interference an AC fan such as this causes and the effect is has on electronics when in such proximity.

    When I lived in the dorms all those years ago, we didn't have air conditioning, so I used to keep a much smaller fan than that about a few feet from my desktop. That is until I realized the wavy lines I was seeing on my monitor were only there when the fan was off. I did have some data corruption on my HD, as well. You live, you learn, you place the fan farther away.


    completely irrelevant. The wavy lines are because magnets are being used to direct an electron beam. And hey, the fan's motor also works with the principle of magnetism. A hard drive corruption is just coincidental, it just happens.

    Anyway, I just had a vision of how this would work in my workplace:

    1) So if you were there, you'd move the fan out and away from the rack, so it was incidentally visible from the hallway.

    2) Then some person would walk by and remove the sign from the fan and take it to her supervisor because the tone of the note was unprofessional.

    3) The supervisor would toss it into the trash without reading it.

    4) Soon thereafter, somebody else would come in and complain about "wasting electricity" and shut off the fan.

    5) Then the equipment would stop working. Then the tech would need a special trip to arrive to fix it.

    6) The tech would get asked why it didn't work. Overheating would be the answer, and then would be laughed at for not doing something so simple as pointing the fan already in the room at it.

    7) The person who typed up the note would get talked to, regarding a complaint about posting non-approved fliers in the hallway.


    Was in a rush to get to lunch. I meant to say I only saw the interference when the fan was *on*, not off.
  • bjZ 2008-07-24 17:35
    Dwedit:
    The real WTF is that the janitor who only speaks Spanish will move the fan anyway.

    Except this is UK so he would only be speaking Polish. Or maybe Romanian.
  • danixdefcon5 2008-07-24 17:46
    DeLos:
    WhiskeyJack:
    John:
    My own amaturish CSI style zoom-in;



    Enhance that section over there!

    And let's turn the image around so we can see what was written on the other side of the paper. There might be a clue...


    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...
    You can get the interface from 3024.321.54.23!!!
  • tgape 2008-07-24 17:56
    Stephan Rose:
    TInkerghost:

    I believe CSI Miami once used an IP address with a 1024 in it - does that count?


    Well how do you expect them to catch criminals with 8-bit bytes? They gotta use those new state of the art 10-bit bytes...


    You may want to go back and check your math. I think you may be a bit off... (What did you forget, you ask? Nothing - or something similar.)
  • DHager 2008-07-24 18:23
    greenup:
    I call cheating!
    I tried a variety of resample algorithms on the "original" posted to this article, before actually looking at the pixels... there is no way to get this [...] too much information has been lost.


    Seconded. Perhaps someone resized the picture before posting and isn't working off of the same source data as the rest of us?
  • Mr.'; Drop Database -- 2008-07-24 18:24
    TexDex:
    I know I've seen one with an IP address that had a number over 300 in it. In all fairness they might have been trying to make it fake, just like all the phone numbers they say begin in 555, so nobody would get attacked, but if that's the case they should have included the IP address of the CBS website or something.
    I think it'd be a better idea to use an address from a private range, such as 10.0.0.0/8.
  • Me 2008-07-24 18:33
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    TexDex:
    I know I've seen one with an IP address that had a number over 300 in it. In all fairness they might have been trying to make it fake, just like all the phone numbers they say begin in 555, so nobody would get attacked, but if that's the case they should have included the IP address of the CBS website or something.
    I think it'd be a better idea to use an address from a private range, such as 10.0.0.0/8.


    Damn hackors on our system again.. but i have tracked their ip address '127.0.0.1'
  • Esther 2008-07-24 19:14
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  • Joshua Cranmer 2008-07-24 19:39
    danixdefcon5:
    That * seems to say something else, though; I can only distinguish "* In a matter of ??????. Probably."

    We need a better zoom!!!


    You need better eyesight: I'm wearing thick old (well, not so old) glasses, and I clearly read "In a matter of minutes. Probably."
  • Phire 2008-07-24 20:58
    SomeCoder:
    Alfred:
    Stephan Rose:
    TInkerghost:
    SomeCoder:
    BlueNovember:
    DeLos:

    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni_rAamVP2s
    "I'll create a GUI interface using visual basic and see if I can track an IP address"
    Fail on so many levels. A GUI interface. /resign


    Dear god... I hadn't seen that one before. Could they have failed any harder?

    I believe CSI Miami once used an IP address with a 1024 in it - does that count?


    Well how do you expect them to catch criminals with 8-bit bytes? They gotta use those new state of the art 10-bit bytes...


    I know I've seen one with an IP address that had a number over 300 in it. In all fairness they might have been trying to make it fake, just like all the phone numbers they say begin in 555, so nobody would get attacked, but if that's the case they should have included the IP address of the CBS website or something.


    Yeah, IP addresses that are impossible aren't as big of a deal to me because it's like the 555-5555 phone numbers that movies and TV shows use. However, the fact that somebody looked up enough computer terms to say "GUI Interface in Visual Basic to track his IP" just screams "we found some tech sounding words. Aren't they neat?"

    That actress (though not her fault) just sounded like a dumb ass while saying them :)


    You would think that it was a 555 number thing, but a few episodes later, they had the ip address of a sexual predator, which was not only valid, but resolved to a actual comcast user.
  • Trillian 2008-07-24 21:26
    Yeah, that's why "we get signal"
  • Drak 2008-07-25 02:18
    I love the way you all read 'In' as the first word.

    It looks more like 'As' to me, unless UK folkses use a really weird I.nibh
  • Jukka 2008-07-25 02:35
    Alex Papadimoulis:
    John:

    My own amaturish CSI style zoom-in;





    Psshh, I see *someone* needs a better zoom algorithm.



    Ugh you guys totally lack the right tools.

  • NorseLaQuet 2008-07-25 02:52
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni_rAamVP2s
    "I'll create a GUI interface using visual basic and see if I can track an IP address"
    Fail on so many levels. A GUI interface. /resign


    Despite that being a funny video from quite a few fronts, the GUI Interface is not one of them.

    I bet you have used ATM Machines with your PIN number before. And I hope you never get the HIV virus either... could you tell me the ISBN number of a book that teaches the basic principles of AC current?

    What about CSS Stylesheets?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAS_syndrome
  • Claxon 2008-07-25 04:21
    silent d:
    Vic Tim:
    SomeCoder:
    BlueNovember:
    DeLos:

    We need that software CSI and 24 uses. Then we could enhance this to complete clarity... Maybe we need to use a VB interface ...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni_rAamVP2s
    "I'll create a GUI interface using visual basic and see if I can track an IP address"
    Fail on so many levels. A GUI interface. /resign


    Dear god... I hadn't seen that one before. Could they have failed any harder?


    Indeed, I never want to see anything like that again unless it's ATHF or some satire.


    I think the screenwriter just paged through a copy of VB for Dummies and picked out a couple terms that s/he thought sounded like cool tech jargon.


    Exactly! Since she should have used a WYSIWYG deobfuscator Protocol to hypertextualize the projection matrix, but I guess everyone is allowed to make a few mistakes in life, you live and learn. ;)
  • Sionnach 2008-07-25 04:23
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  • Rangsk 2008-07-25 04:35
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    * No pun intended. Probably
  • Larry Laffer 2008-07-25 05:15
    snoofle:
    Bah, no redundancy. They need a backup fan blowing at the primary fan, just in case the primary fan overheats.


    And to stop the EM interference, surely you just need to shield the fans. Say in a nice lead-lined box...

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  • aristos_achaion 2008-07-25 05:22
    Track left 45...stop...
  • Offended 2008-07-25 05:50
    COCKNEY? It's filmed in Yorkshire. Londoners are not welcome there.
  • m0ffx 2008-07-25 07:05
    Mr.'; Drop Database --:
    TexDex:
    I know I've seen one with an IP address that had a number over 300 in it. In all fairness they might have been trying to make it fake, just like all the phone numbers they say begin in 555, so nobody would get attacked, but if that's the case they should have included the IP address of the CBS website or something.
    I think it'd be a better idea to use an address from a private range, such as 10.0.0.0/8.

    Until some stupid luser finds the IP address at his work.
    I'd say use a localhost address. Say 127.26.53.112
  • JimM 2008-07-25 07:13
    Offended:
    COCKNEY? It's filmed in Yorkshire. Londoners are not welcome there.

    As a Yorkshireman I take offence at that. We will happily welcome all Londoners, as long as they've come to spend money in our pubs and gift shops...
  • JimM 2008-07-25 07:16
    This one would be a lot funnier if I hadn't actually had to implement this exact cooling mechanism to make the backups run for one of my previous employers. To be fair though - I had a proper pedastal fan with about twice that diameter, so it looked a lot more professional (for a given value of "professional", anyway...)
  • My Name 2008-07-25 07:17
    This reminds me of my current job before I finally got them to build a server closet. For the last couple of years BC (before closet) I had 2-3 fans blowing on equipment that was overheating. This kept the "cool" input air down to a toasty 85 degrees year round. For some reason I had a lot of drive failures.
  • me to you 2008-07-25 09:15
    aristos_achaion:
    Track left 45...stop...


    Enhance 15 to 23. Give me a hard copy right there
  • SenTree 2008-07-25 09:24
    Dammit - we've all missed this one:

    " I didn't know UKTV had <i>any</i> fans ! "

    [I believe I've read all the previous comments and no-one beat me to it. If I'm wrong, put it down to old age.]
  • Mike 2008-07-25 10:18
    "In a matter of minutes. Probably"
    Maybe.
  • greenup 2008-07-25 11:40
    Jukka:

    ...
    Ugh you guys totally lack the right tools.


    Your cheat is particularly lame because you claimed to "have the right tools" but either only rotated, or failed to skew enough to match the original.
  • moz 2008-07-25 12:27
    Steven G. Aldana, Ph.D.:
    The station is in UK somewhere, so the janitor is probably South Asian.
    If she only speaks Spanish, she's far more likely to be from Spain.
    Offended:
    COCKNEY? It's filmed in Yorkshire. Londoners are not welcome there.
    Is that why they're getting rid of Des O'Connor?
  • Anonymous former UKTV(ish) employee 2008-07-25 13:14
    OP here. Only realised this had made it onto the front page when I got an amused email from a colleague at the time, asking if I knew who'd taken the photo. I acted casual.

    Anyway, yes, the * text is indeed "In a matter of minutes. Probably".

    To answer someone else's query above, the matrix (and the rest of the equipment) was carrying digital video (ITU Rec. 601 aka SDI) so AC interference is the least of the problems.
  • Binny V A 2008-07-25 14:12
    Thanks for the zoom - I was wondering what the * said.
  • Bob L 2008-07-25 17:02
    Oh god.. oh wait, I did almost the same thing yesterday... only it wasn't the output matrices, it was a Quantel Edit Seat with a failing fan controller..

    The fan was way larger though.. :-)
  • Geeky907 2008-07-27 00:13
    Take it from a guy who has had to do stuff like that... Broadcast gear runs NOTORIOUSLY HOT! .. and it WILL fail in a matter of minutes if over-heated... and unfortuantely most stations cant afford full system redudnancy and fans are not usually hot-swapable.

    This reminds me of the time i had to keep one of my TV Stations on the air by hooking a 5hp Shop-Vac up to the hot-air-outlet chimney on my 1kw UHF Transmitter after the blower motor failed (110v 1.5hp) ... Dont ya know.. ya cant overnight parts from germany to alaska.... UGH!

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    <GLaDOS>For the safe performance of all authorised activities, do not destroy sophisticated cooling apparatus.</GLaDOS>
  • Kuba 2008-07-28 05:44
    diaphanein:
    I can't believe no one thinks of the EM interference an AC fan such as this causes and the effect is has on electronics when in such proximity.

    When I lived in the dorms all those years ago, we didn't have air conditioning, so I used to keep a much smaller fan than that about a few feet from my desktop. That is until I realized the wavy lines I was seeing on my monitor were only there when the fan was off. I did have some data corruption on my HD, as well. You live, you learn, you place the fan farther away.


    Bravo. This is cargo cult science at its best. We need more people like you -- people who have heard a few "scientific" terms here and there and then just make up stuff as they go, because as it is politicians have way too hard of a job.
  • Ben 2008-07-28 11:45
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    If I had a quarter for every time I saw something like this, I could afford a Venti Mocha Blast this morning!

    This isn't atypical for a tech room when a built-in fan blows but the circuitry is otherwise all right. So while the specially-ordered 47mm X 27mm .71 Amp 12 volt fan is under order, some cheap-ass fan from the local Wally world secured with duck tape and a few zip-ties fills in, along with a few messages like this:

    DON'T F!@KING TOUCH THIS!

    Done it myself more than once or twice, and sometimes it takes a month (or months) to get the right !@#! fan to stick back into the box.
  • DevoDog 2008-07-28 17:40
    When I was stationed in Northern Japan as a radio/TV broadcaster for the USAF, our air-conditioning acted up all of the time. If the equipment in the master control room got too hot, we would have to shut down. This was pretty high priority and the HVAC folks were constantly in the office trying to fix the problem.

    I left Japan for Germany for two years...then returned to the same base (and same job).

    The EXACT SAME GUYS were STILL working on the AC.
  • can't read the posts 2008-07-28 21:57
    Wait, I can't read the text on the bottom. Can someone either zoom in some more or spell it out for me?
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