First Ring Daily 530: 12 Gigs of Lights

Posted on December 18, 2018 by Brad Sams in First Ring Daily, Podcasts with 5 Comments

On this episode of First Ring Daily, Lenovo eats all the RAM, Paul struggles more with lights, and Razer shows a new Xbox keyboard.

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5 responses to “First Ring Daily 530: 12 Gigs of Lights”

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    jdmp10

    Oh Paul, please don't hate me because of the fact that your daily frustrations with everyday technology brings laughter to my otherwise dull mornings lol. I definitely hear you though about those that have gotten by most of their lives without technology and why they shouldn't all of a sudden feel the pressure to jump in because as you said, they will be disappointed that things don't work as advertised most of the time.

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    Patrick3D

    If you like documentaries there is a Youtube channel I recently started watching I would highly recommend called: The History Guy: History Deserves To Be Remembered https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4sEmXUuWIFlxRIFBRV6VXQ He narrates concise history of events using archival footage and published information. There is quite a bit of military history such as a nuclear bomber that caught fire, a bombing training exercise that accidentally targeted a civilian town in the US, and more.

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    Chris_Kez

    Paul's closing rant starting at 16:50 might be the highlight of FRD this year.

    Broken Paul is the best Paul. ?

    p.s. I'm sorry nothing is working. It is really frustrating at times.

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    Michael_Miller

    Thurrott is one pissed guy. Loves technology but hates it. Maybe a different career?

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      chiwax

      In reply to Michael_Miller: They talk ALOT about things not working and how dare these tech companies do this or do that. They NEVER even come close to broaching the subject of EXPECTATIONS. Maybe we can't always get what we want, but if we try sometimes, we get what we need.


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