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sleepsleep



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beside programming,reading and listeningmusic, i wondering what are the other hobbies u guys got? Like making clothes? Practicing sorcery? Having sex? Hehehe
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Borsuc



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Yeah, philosophy, thinking about physics hypotheses (e.g: what causes gravity?), photography, watching movies, writing movie scripts (crappy ones Razz).

Also you mean beside 'programming' only? Cause I also have hobbies to make 3D models, edit 2D images (along with photography it fits well), and sound engineering, which are computer-related but not programming.

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Post 27 Apr 2009, 02:12
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shoorick



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soldering Wink

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Post 27 Apr 2009, 05:07
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vid
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beside programming,reading and listeningmusic, i wondering what are the other hobbies u guys got?

are there any other things one can like, besides coding, reading and music?

but seriously, partying with friends, playing music, some sport (soccer, cycling, ...), writing articles on history, arguing with people, ... but basically, it is mostly those 3 you listed first.
Post 27 Apr 2009, 10:27
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sleepsleep
shoorick wrote:
soldering Wink

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that is simply awesome!!!!!!!!!
i always admire people who know those electronic circuits !!! awesome... Cool


bird watching, COOL!!
the painted bunting just looks like water colored bird.
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MHajduk



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Gardening, however this is rather more similar to the extreme sport than a "hobby". Wink

Besides, I'm interested in: art, linguistics, history and ethnography.
Post 27 Apr 2009, 18:43
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HyperVista



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I collect slide rules and other mechanical calculation devices.
Post 27 Apr 2009, 19:01
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bitshifter



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I enjoy radio control toys.
Right now i have 4 cars, 1 truck, 2 helicopters and 5 airplanes.
The smallest being a 5 inch rotor heli,
and the largest being a 120 inch span sailplane.
When i get my sailplane outside i will snap a pic and post it.
(Its just way too big to assemble indoors)

PS: and yes, i also enjoy soldering Cool

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Running.. 4-5 times a week.
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I collect slide rules and other mechanical calculation devices.

i saw something like that (slide rules) near my uncle cupboard when i was kid.. i just take it out and use it to draw line... coz i couldn't find my ruler Razz

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I enjoy radio control toys.
Right now i have 4 cars, 1 truck, 2 helicopters and 5 airplanes.

cooool!!!
120 inch = 304.8 centimeters ... that is kinda huge..
wanna know, how far (in km), by using current consumer (cheap and realiable) "radio technology", we could control that plane / helicopter?

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Running.. 4-5 times a week.

i run daily too!!!,
wait....
it is the car tat runs, i just sit inside. Smile
Post 27 Apr 2009, 21:06
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TmX



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Airsoft gun Cool

Alread bored with Counter Strike, and decided to play the real thing. Well not the "real thing" actually, just something pretty close to it. Smile

Anyway, this is my Steyr AUG:
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bitshifter



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Quote:

cooool!!!
120 inch = 304.8 centimeters ... that is kinda huge..
wanna know, how far (in km), by using current consumer (cheap and realiable) "radio technology", we could control that plane / helicopter?

I use (off the shelf) Futaba dual conversion FM radio system.
The radio will go out past 2 miles and be rock solid, but the sailplane
(as big as it is) gets hard to see and fly at 1/2 mile out.
Thus the radio system is overkill for a little 120 inch plane.
Maybe a 360~720 inch plane could push the radio to its limits.
(and i do have a desire to build a 360 inch sailplane one day)

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Photographing. Here you have two photos by me:


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Beautiful photos YONG!

I play good Basketball, i also like hanging around in outdoor courts.
I also do the ghost often, wear a blanket on my head and hunting my little daughter yelling booooo...
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MazeGen



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I loved aeromodeling, free flying aeromodels to be specific. Spending a sunny day on a field or a small airport with them is a great way how to relax.

My last creation (8 years ago...) was a small, motor-powered competition (= not supposed to look pretty) model made mostly from Balsa wood. I made all the bits myself from Balsa slabs (I don't use any pre-made kits). For example, the fuselage was made from 1 mm thin balsa slab that I wrapped around a last so it is firm and very light. Wingspan is 77 cm. The engine is CO2-driven Gasparin 43, stroke volume 43.27 mm^3. BTW, the guy makes terrific engines, look at G63V12 for example.

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shoorick



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Quote:

look at G63V12 for example.

incredible engine! and great aeroplane also!
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MazeGen



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shoorick wrote:
incredible engine! and great aeroplane also!

Yeah, and look at the The Grammotor G2.6, it belongs among the world’s smallest serially produced piston engines. Stroke volume only 2.614 mm^3, weight 1.0 g!
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shoorick



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i've not been interesting with it, but when i was a boy there were boys in neighborhood who were: i've seen once how they were testing such engine fixed to the table with nails Smile it was amazing although it was not so nice like these presented by you (in these years it was not easy to buy a nice thing in soviet shop Cool )
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