I'm pretty sure graphics APIs fall all the way to the right
Right, well I measured the voltage of the surge suppressor as I turn the bench power supply on and off, and the multimeter jumps way up, so step one is to throw out the surge suppressor for sure.
My bench power supply has started doing something weird;
It is connected to the same surge suppressor as my desktop computer. When wearing wired headphones connected to the computer, turning the bench power supply on and off causes pops of seemingly random volume. Sometimes the the pops are really loud, sometimes somewhat quiet, and sometimes there is no pop. The computer keeps running the whole time without issue.
My new favourite line from wikipedia (This is from the page on Mobile Devices):
"Strictly speaking, many so-called mobile devices are not mobile. It is the host that is mobile, i.e., a mobile human host carries a non-mobile smartphone device. An example of a true mobile computing device, where the device itself is mobile, is a robot."
Even the Snes is capable of real-time raytracing! Come on game devs! (says the guy who tried, and failed catastrophically to build a raytraced game)
I'm a young beginning programmer interested in all areas of computing. I'm working on building my own game engine. I also love to tinker with hardware.
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..