Difference between revisions of "Ethernet Cable"

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4e inhabitants make the most of whatever [["shiny sciency stuff"]] or [[cruft]] they find laying around. A prime example of this is the multiple uses of ethernet cable. [[Walker Chan]] and [[Karen Chu]] created a full-sized hammock entirely out of ethernet cable.  [[Andrew Westerdale]] and [[Edwin Chen]] used ethernet cable to for the axel and bearings of the [[Pikamobile]].
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Cat 5 cable is perhaps one of the most versitile modern materials. Its virtues stem primarily from its combination of high tensile strength and high bandwidth, and, to a lesser extent, its color. [[Walker Chan]] and [[Karen Chu]] created a full-sized hammock entirely out of ethernet cable.  [[Andrew Westerdale]] and [[Edwin Chen]] used ethernet cable to for the axel and bearings of the [[Pikamobile]].
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4e inhabitants make the most of whatever [["shiny scientific stuff"]] or [[cruft]] they find laying around.

Revision as of 17:06, 24 September 2005

Cat 5 cable is perhaps one of the most versitile modern materials. Its virtues stem primarily from its combination of high tensile strength and high bandwidth, and, to a lesser extent, its color. Walker Chan and Karen Chu created a full-sized hammock entirely out of ethernet cable. Andrew Westerdale and Edwin Chen used ethernet cable to for the axel and bearings of the Pikamobile.

4e inhabitants make the most of whatever "shiny scientific stuff" or cruft they find laying around.