Yesterday, I got the Nintendo Switch along with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe thanks to an awesome offer that’s available in Best Buy this week only.
I immediately opened the box and took out the gaming console:
Then I took out the cables and the dock:
Powered it on and started updating it:
And then I started playing Mario Kart 8 Deluxe!
I’m really impressed with the graphics improvements over the Wii U version and I hope to get more games later. I used to play a lot of Nintendo games and I need to catch up with a backlog of games I still have to play or complete.
I did some streams of the game, which you can see here:
I’ll continue playing this game and doing livestreams!
Eating 1/2 rack ribs with French Fries and celery from Ale House
Today, I spent some time in the morning doing some cable management to the area where I have my mining tablets:
Those tablets are contributing to distributed computing projects that runs using the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing software, which is also available for Android devices, so my Android tablets are currently contributing to the yoyo@home project and to World Community Grid if there’s no yoyo tasks available for them.
You can see I made use of the holes there to pass the cables and have a cleaner area. I’m also using some Aukey 5-port charging hubs to provide power to them. It works excellent. Also, you can see the router at the left which provides wifi to the tablets.
That’s all for this post. I hope this inspires you to do some cable cleanups 😁
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