I recently got to see Powerman 5000. This was a good show. If, you’re like me, and listened to a couple of their albums back in the day, but didn’t know they were still in existence. Then this will be a pleasant surprise. They put on a great show. The energy is great, the opening bands were awesome. All around this was a terrific evening at After Shock.
Now, before I go to a show. I like to load up the headlining band’s discography and listen through all their music. I like to familiarize myself with the music before the show. So I made a play list on my Google Music account of every song they’ve done in order from newest, to oldest. The newest single was pretty damn good, and sounded like the Powerman 5000 I knew.
I was super surprised to find the next album was comprised completely of 80’s hair band covers. Some were pretty good, some were not. Then the next album in line was mostly a rap album. This kind of put me off, because this was not the Powerman 5000 I knew. Well, needless to say I never finished the discography, but I went to the show and it was way better than I could have imagined.
Razor Wire Halo
As for the opening acts, Razor Wire Halo killed it. They always put on a great show, and have lots of energy. 9 Electric was sound pretty good as well. 9 Volt Junkie definitely got the crowds attention and I thoroughly enjoyed their Killswitch Engage cover.
Coffee / Jade / SASS
coffee -o ./js -cw coffee
jade –watch -O . ./jade/*.jade
Having trouble getting a windows partitions bigger than 2 Terabytes? It all comes down to cluster size. For some reason my windows 7 is using 512 Byte cluster sizes. When formatting a drive you can change the cluster size to be much larger than 512 Bytes. They can be set up to 65,536 Bytes.
||Maximum NTFS Volume Size (bytes RAW)
To format a volume with an 8192 Byte cluster, use the following command:
format d: /fs:ntfs /a:8192
Replace 8192 with the cluster size you wish to use.
These commands must be ran as Administrator.
To check the cluster size of your current drive volumes, use:
fsutil fsinfo ntfsinfo c:
Replace c: with the volume you wish to check.
To run software with Admin privileges, simply hold ctrl+shift when you launch the application. If you have UAC enabled, it will prompt you at this point before opening the software.
If you wish to use the mouse, simply locate the software in your start menu. Simply right click on the software and choose Run as Administrator.
Prerequisites: node 0.6.19 (specifically this version, if need be use Node Version Manager to run multiple versions of Node simultaneously.
git clone https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9.git /directory/of/your/choice
npm install -d
npm install -g sm