therealpm: (Pleased)
Machine, whilst your use of crowd sourcing to fulfil a directive is innovative, I suspect a simple monitoring hex might be more efficient.
therealpm: (Machine)
This might be worth investigating for one of the smaller and potentially more mobile server arrays, especially as the installation of the improved lenses will considerably up the demands on CPU time for image processing.


Mar. 15th, 2011 01:50 pm
therealpm: (Default)
Progress on The Machine: Improved psuedo-synapsial cables and a workbench for grinding out the bespoke quartz lenses required for sub-cellular resolution on the omniview have arrived. 

John, no word as yet on the construction of the green tea sub-unit, so you retain a position of at least some importance to Her Majesty's Government.
therealpm: (Default)
Parliament is often accused of being old, antiquated, or out of touch; so it's wonderful to see that at least one member of the Commons is willing to modernise.  Step forward, Bercow.   Your new, prohibition era 'greaser' hairstyle is wonderfully fresh, coming straight from the 1920s.

Cut for those for whom 'grease' is *not* the word. )


Jan. 17th, 2011 10:17 pm
therealpm: (Smug)

Progress on The Machine: Have imprisoned head-programmer's soul in small L.E.D.  Other code monkeys significantly more productive.  May introduce 'transfiguration tuesdays' to boost work ethic.

Not much on the omni-viewing portal tonight.  Mildly amusing Liberal drama, but nothing worth staying up for.


Jan. 15th, 2011 03:37 pm
therealpm: (Default)
Progress on The Machine: Lattice tower now installed and fully rigged, with only minor injuries to engineering crew. This should enable 'remote access' over much larger distances. Unfortunately, haven't found a way around the Heisenberg uncertainty principle yet; the clarity of the message conveyed is inversely proportional to the distance from the tower.

Preliminary tests expected this afternoon.

Photographs below the cut. )

Update: Success!  Time for a nap, I think.
therealpm: (Machine)
Progress of The Machine: Tested the possibility of 'remote access' to politicians' brains by attempting to remove Bercow's hangover. Evidence from omni-viewing portal suggests may have made it worse. Not a complete failure then.

Nothing much else on omni-view today. Rather dull.
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