While everyone was lining up to pick up Watch Dogs, I picked up Hakuoki (薄桜鬼) instead.  All those dirty looks on me...

 
 
A lot of programs that use SQL Server as a back-end normally go through a normal install, but no post-install setup.

 
 
Have you ever forgotten how many months or years that has passed since a special date?  Lets say it was an anniversary years ago, but now you need to know how many months or days has passed.  Using T-SQL you can find out easily.

 
 
This book is thick and heavy.  The pages are also thin.  At 5cm thickness and 1384 pages, there's a lot of content in here.

 
 
Remember when recovery disks came in floppy disks?  Then they came on CDs, and eventually DVDs.  Not Blu-Rays though!
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3.5" Floppy Disk - 1.44 MB

 
 
After creating a program, you'll naturally want to create an installer for it so the program is installed correctly for everyone else who uses it.  To my surprise, Windows has a built in program to compress and consolidate your setup files.

 
 
Long story short: 32GB RAMDisk Read / Write = 4275 / 5950 MB/s with 32GB DDR3 RAM @ 1866 Mhz.

 
 
My favorite solid-state manufacturer is Plextor.  No matter what other reviews say, Plextor SSDs are just amazing.  I've had SSDs from Intel, ADATA, Crucial, Mushkin, and Samsung, but no one does it like Plextor.  Or, maybe it's just what I do with it.

 
 
Carrying a bag of 3DS games just wasn't working out.  I ended up misplacing one of my games.  To make it worse, some games aren't even downloadable from Nintendo's eShop (like Tales of the Abyss).  I haven't heard of any flash card that could play any 3DS games, so I ended getting a regular R4 to help save some space.

 
 
Here are some more BIOS screenshots for comparison.  First up is from an ASUS ROG board.