Very cool, OvenMaster!
Well said about doing what you can. Distributed computing thrives on the mass numbers of people contributing. Check the EOC stats right now and you'll find there are 8,860 folders producing more than 1K per day. There are another 16,737
folders beyond that producing 1K or less. If everyone folding 1K PPD or less each day were to stop all of the sudden, it would be a significant impact on the program. No one should ever think their contribution is too small to make a difference.Do I spy Ritz-brand ventilation ductwork on the back of the rig? Very resourceful!
I'm glad to hear there was no significant damage or loss of life in your town, OvenMaster, though I'm sure the effect on the area is still felt where you are. I wish your regional neighbors well.
You do indeed.
I decided to direct the exhaust air behind the desk and then out the door. It's quieter and cooler than keeping the noise and warmth in the room.
As a storm update, reports have come in that say at least three homes were destroyed, dozens damaged, and a roof was torn off a school in my town. This part of town in the southeast is closed to everyone except emergency personnel and residents. There are many streets blocked by an untold number of fallen trees and power lines. A couple of roads leading into and out of town to the south and east are closed until further notice. We were incredibly lucky to have no injuries or deaths.