Just came back from visiting my local Home Depot in Etobicoke (Canada) at Shareway Mall.
I’ve been wanting to design a deck, and a picnic table, but didn’t know how much it would cost me. Now I should be able to estimate a cost without making a trip to HD.
Here are the current prices as of 18 April 2010.
Pressure Treated Lumber:
5/4 x 6 x 16 – $10.76
4 x 4 x 12 – $14
2 x 4 x 10 – $5.75
2 x 8 x 12 – $14
2 x 6 x 12 – $10.30
1 x 6 x 8 – $3.55
Turn a low powered PC into a RDP terminal server client
Very interesting, and potentially useful.
I am almost finished getting through the audio version of the book Listening: The Forgotten Skill by Madelyn Burley-Allen, and I want to write about the profound effect this book has had on me.
Out of all the audio programs I listened to and books I read, I think this one program has had the most impact on my awareness of myself. I feel more conscious of my thoughts, and give more thought in conversations as to be most effective.
This one is on the list for re-listening again. For me it was very profound.
HobbyHobby (Mississauga location)
Hobby-USA (carries CopterX Black Angel parts)
Value Hobby (in USA)
Airy Harden Blade II : Highly cambered blades that come in 238mm, 210mm, 185mm and 160mm.
The HoneyBee CP2 (that uses the 238mm blades) has a rotor speed of 17oorpm. So keep things under 2000prm. (Reference)
Supposedly, more surface area and more camber on these smaller blades for a Blade CX2/Lama V4.
Heli-Direct Pinions selection: well organized