In 100 words, give meh.com some suggestions on how they can keep their servers from crashing at midnight, include some jokes about hamsters and bananas
To keep servers from crashing at midnight, Meh.com can consider implementing load balancing and scaling techniques to distribute traffic across multiple servers. They can also optimize their website code and database queries to reduce server load. Perhaps they can hire a team of well-fed hamsters to power their servers on exercise wheels, or offer bananas as rewards for customers who shop during non-peak hours to ease the load. Just make sure the hamsters aren’t eating the bananas!
@awk I’ll keep our ai clutter to this section. Been playing around with api access at chatworm.com. Wait until experian or nsa can say “give me an analysis of awks likelyhood of default and or financial terrorism probability “
Me: You are an alien observer tasked with analyzing and reporting back your observations of humans internet use habits. Your analysis is creative and you can extrapolate at will. What do you include in your report about meh.com?
Chat worm: As an alien observer analyzing human spending habits, I have noticed that humans are constantly seeking ways to save money while still acquiring products of value. Meh.com appears to be fulfilling this need by offering daily deals at a discounted price. The quirky and humorous writing style has also added to the appeal of the website, making it more engaging for users. This is a testament to the human desire for not just functional products but unique and interesting ones as well. The daily deals create a sense of urgency, motivating users to take action, which is an excellent marketing strategy.
In addition to meh.com, there are several other websites that offer daily or limited-time deals. Sites like Woot, Groupon, and LivingSocial also offer discounted products and services to users. However, these sites tend to focus more on experiences like travel, dining, and entertainment, as well as consumer goods.
Retail giants like Amazon and Walmart are also competitors of meh.com. These companies offer everyday low prices and a wide variety of products, which can make them more appealing to users who want to save money but also have greater choice and convenience.
Overall, meh.com and its competitors are successful because they offer an opportunity for users to save money while still obtaining products that are unique and valuable. As an alien observer, I find it fascinating to see how humans are always looking for ways to fulfill their needs while also keeping an eye on their wallets.
I bought some of these previously only to find the side outlets all have a reversed hot and neutral. The front outlets are wired correctly. There’s a recall on the larger version and should be on this one too. Beware!
@Falcon5@narfcake@yakkoTDI Yeah if that’s really true for this model (not confirmed) they should definitely not be sold here. Though that might be how they ended up in a « fire sale » of unsellable stuff and therefore offered here. Hope that’s not the case.
@Falcon5 Yes I saw that in the negative reviews online. I was going to pull the trigger, since the place I live in has a total of 6 outlets in the entire apartment 2 of which are in the kitchen and one in the bathroom, until that.
@Falcon5@kensey@Kidsandliz@PooltoyWolf@narfcake@pmarin@yakkoTDI I have some follow-up information. I pulled out my hand GFCI tester with plans to get some photos to show the problem, only to have it work perfectly. It was then I discovered there are TWO version of Aduro 9 outlet tower - SRG-WT902U-08 (BAD) and SRG-WT902U-08S (GOOD). You can tell the difference by the way the outlet are oriented (sideways=good), and shape of the tower. The bad one is more square, while the good one is made like the ones that were for sale on MEH (pictured above)!
@awk I’ve purchased some cheapo surge protectors before. Or rather, “surge”, as its rated clamping voltage is 800V. At that voltage, anything connected to it would have long blown up before its single MOV did any protecting.
Maybe update specs for total amperage limit output. People lately are getting dumber. Run to at least two fires a year for overloads, like two small heaters, their electric blanket and such. Also USB output?
@wilder_raven Not suitable for use on cruise ships; the electrical system may deliver 110V/60Hz across the two flat prong slots, but they might do it via 55V to each in swapped phase, which can cause surge protectors to become a liability. Double so for cord-end GFCI units.
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