@pretenda: @Havegoals: I've reuploaded this one, and I think we've figured out what the problem is. It's working for me, but if you guys can test it and confirm, that would be great. I've got the rest of the affected Premium videos uploading now, but it will be a while before they're done.
@attila: Making these premium videos into podcast feeds is on our list, but it's going to be a while before we get to it. We want to do gift subscriptions, paypal, and a bunch of other stuff first.
@pretenda: I didn't realize it was a problem until moments ago. I'll fix them and reupload as soon as possible.
@Havegoals: They should be. Something must be wrong with the one. Will fix as soon as we can.
@ccfoo242: Are you sure those are LEDs? That seems like CFLs. If they have a little spiral tube inside, that means they're fluorescents.
@kallekilponen: Nope. Most Americans are very short sighted. Besides, most of our electricity is generated by burning gas and oil, so it's six of one.
@kallekilponen: It also doesn't get that cold here, so it really doesn't get used much, especially if the house is properly insulated. Also, electricity is crazy expensive here, and gas is very cheap. The furnace I put in is a >90% efficient model and cost about 1/4 what it would have to put a heat pump in.
I talked to a realtor before I did it, and she said heat pumps can actually be a detriment when you're selling a house here.
@kallekilponen: It only hot enough to run AC one or two weeks a year here, so no one has it. Besides, my yard isn't really big enough yard to put the exchange unit outside or bury lines.
@StephenWestervelt: I forgot it. It was on the list, and I never brought it up. We should really have talked about it, since we are established Bitcoin experts.
@Sicnic: I remember the plot of every episode of the first ten seasons or so of The Simpsons.
@Trekkie33: That's why I was disappointed these weren't available in PCI Express as well as SATA 6G.
@ebeatty: Getting a whole car door with a window in it wouldn't have been a big problem, but disposing of said door afterwards was a little tricky.
@will Corsair has a 5 year warranty on everything but their nova and force series drives. The neutron series, which is probably comparable in price to these intel drives, or even a little cheaper, has that 5 year warranty, and corsair's almost always excellent support.
Samsung also offers 5 years on at least their pro series drives, and I think they are offered on the EVO series as well, but I could be wrong there.
The Samsung EVO drives are definitely a 3 year warranty. The Pro drives are 5 years. The place that I think this will get interesting is if the 730-series drives reach the same kind of street price as the EVO drives. The MSRPs are around the same, and there's no reason Intel shouldn't be able to produce a ton of these drives, if they want to.
@Clueless_Newb: Thanks! Fixed both. Something about copy editing at 5AM makes it difficult to pick up these kinds of mistakes.
@Barbarossa: It was markedly less effective from the outside.