Once upon a time, a Marvell developed a product called the Sheevaplug to drum up interest for their "Kirkwood" ARM-compatible CPU line. This was a complete linux system hidden in a wall wart, whose design they gave away as a reference. This led to a number of Sheevaplug-based devices hitting the market, including the PogoPlug, a line of cheap NAS devices which are all based on the Sheevaplug design with various single-core Marvell CPUs. They are now discontinuing not only that line but also the service for the same, so the devices are cheaper than ever before right now, and this is a great time to pick one up — I got one for $13.
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Random Drinking Game
Another mentally challenging card game that involves beer. High level buzz factor. Supplies: beer, people (not more than 6 for a good game), and a deck of cards.
Sit in a circle, deal out the entire deck of cards evenly, or thereabouts, to each player. The object of the game is to get rid of all your cards. Starting with aces, the first player lays down the number of aces s/he has, stating the number of cards. EVEN if the player doesn't have any of the card, LIE.
If someone thinks that you are lying, they say "Bullshit!"
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