Click for RSS Feed About This Server About This Server
This server provides hosting for various projects under development. When these projects cross over into useful web applications, they are listed under the Hosted Domains or Web Applications menus. The purpose is to provide a live development environment for myself and others that request access. I also use it as my personal soapbox.
Rating: 3 - Link to this Article 11-17-2020 Xbox Series X Sold! View Webcam for 11-17-2020 NO COMMENTS
Less than a week after securing my prized possession, I couldn't resist pocketing the $300 profit potential. Within an hour of listing my Xbox Series X for $799 it was sold for that ridiculous price. I'm expecting mid-April before they are back in stock at the regular MSRP, but I'm OK with waiting that long since my Xbox One X has all the horsepower I need for my current projectors limitations. Now I'm left eyeing my Series S which is selling for a $150 premium currently. If I sell both now I can effectively get one for MSRP when it's back in stock and only be out $50.
No Comments Entered for 11-17-2020

Rating: 3 - Link to this Article 11-10-2020 New Xboxes Secured View Webcam for 11-10-2020 NO COMMENTS
Last month after an hour of slamming refresh, I was actually able to secure pre-orders for both the Xbox Series X and S. Today they arrived and after setting them up I'm not as impressed as I'd hoped. The graphics don't seem that much better than my Xbox One X was able to produce, but hopefully that gets better as the developers optimize further. The storage speed is vastly improved, all my games start faster than they did on my One X even with the SSD I installed on it. One drawback is a total drop for Kinect support, and of course my kids still play the dance game, so for now my trusty Xbox One X remains to play a single game. Everything else transfers nicely to the new one. And now of course, it's time for a new topology map.
No Comments Entered for 11-10-2020

Rating: 3 - Link to this Article 08-26-2020 My Wild Stonk Ride View Webcam for 08-26-2020 NO COMMENTS
On December 7th 2018, I decided to buy 30 shares of ATVI after it dove down to $47.23 a share. Little did I know the massive government stock prop up plan known as the "Coronavirus Stimulus" would hit when it did, skyrocketing the shares to $84.60. Today I got cold feet, realizing the government can only print money for so long before it loses effect, so I decided to sell. I think a 79% ROI over 1.7 years (40.34% annualized) is a nice return, so that's why you're hearing about it. Oh fine, here's the calculator link, but I'm sure it won't work a year from now.
No Comments Entered for 08-26-2020

Rating: 3 - Link to this Article 07-15-2020 Focus RS: 17,000 Miles View Webcam for 07-15-2020 NO COMMENTS
In 2.5 months I've managed to clock 311 miles on my new (to me) Focus RS. Rolling over 17,000 miles seemed like a good milestone to get excited about, and so far I've only had one hard stop on my Progressive Snapshot. That puts me in "A+" discount position. I'm trying to avoid driving it at all until the snapshot period is over, but it's just too difficult to choose an ST over an RS when given the choice. I view 311 miles as a testament to my will power, since any rational person would have over 1k by now.
No Comments Entered for 07-15-2020

Rating: 3 - Link to this Article 07-11-2020 Bumper Cover Swap View Webcam for 07-11-2020 NO COMMENTS
Shortly after I purchased my Focus RS, the dealer who sold it decided it was a good time to drill a license plate mount for a car that was headed to a state that doesn't require front license plates. Once they drilled it, there was no point in arguing, but today I finally eliminated the holes thanks to a shady eBay aftermarket replacement cover. Removing the bumper to take off the cover was fairly easy. While I'm not a fan of the drill dimples, it looks much better than the drilled stock one it replaced.
No Comments Entered for 07-11-2020

Rating: 3 - Link to this Article 06-24-2020 Static Pressure Regulating Damper View Webcam for 06-24-2020 NO COMMENTS
Today I discovered the most useless piece of my HVAC system: the Static Pressure Regulating Damper. The purpose of this is to release extra air pressure when only one of my two zones are requesting cooling. This makes sense when you're concerned about overall system noise, but not when I could care less about noise when it's at the expense of cooling speed. The insulation on this install prevents the weights from ever closing it fully anyway, defeating the entire purpose of it. I zip-tied it permanently closed for a much faster cooling with slightly louder noise and regret nothing.
No Comments Entered for 06-24-2020

Click Here for older News

Web Hosting Packages Web Hosting Packages
Full Domain Package
$8.95 / month, $30 setup fee
www.<yourdomainname.com> (.org, .net, etc)
Domain-less Package
$8.95 / month, no setup fee
atomicinternet.homeip.net/users/(yourname)
< <  More Details  > >
  • FTP account to access your files
  • Full statistics page
  • 1GB Storage Limit
  • 300MB Monthly Traffic Limit
  • Languages: PHP, ASP, ASP.net, Perl
  • Databases: MySQL, MSSQL
Search This Server Search 1537 News Articles
Enter a word or words to search for:

Find articles posted by month:
Search This Server Search Server Content
Search all pages on this server:
Search Site with Google
Current Server Status Current Server Status
11/24/2020 6:37:19 PM
Server Name:Server Name Proton
Oper System:Windows 10 Pro Win10 Pro
CPU:Intel Atom x5 Intel Atom x5
     Z8350 - 1.44 Ghz
Bandwidth:12 Mb/s 12 Mb/s
Power: Utility Power: Normal Operation Utility Power
Total Memory:Memory 1.98Gb
- Used:Memory 1.13Gb 57%
- Free:Memory 869.01Mb 42%
Main Storage:Storage 116.84Gb
- Used:Storage 44.78Gb 38%
- Free:Storage 72.06Gb 61%
XHTML 1.0 Validated CSS Validated GeoURL Listed Compatible with Any Browser RSS 2.0 Validated Intel Atom and Windows 10 Pro Powered
Communication Panel Communication Panel


TypeRacer.com scorecard for user atomicinternet