What: This will be Midsouth Makers 4th LAN party/fundraiser/cookout event! Pulled pork and fries will be served. Feel free to bring any games you’d like to play. There will also be a Minecraft tournament with special prizes!
When: October the 29th from 4:30pm until we get tired of seeing at you.
Where: Our space – 2203 Freemont Road, Memphis, TN 38114. We will be setting up the shop to hold as many contestants as possible.
Things to bring:
-A computer (PC or Mac, Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, Power cables, USB cables, etc.)
-Copies of the game(s) you wish to play.
-If you want to participate in the tournament or just play Minecraft for fun, you will need at least 1GB of free HD space. (We can provide copies of Minecraft to you.)
– Ethernet Cable
– Bring your own drinks, or bring cash to buy drinks from us
Cost: Free, but donations are highly encouraged because they help make events like this possible!
Sign-up on our events page: http://www.midsouthmakers.org/events/
We hope to see you there, and as always, may the force be with you!
Hello, and welcome to Pan vs. Dude, the show where we teach random dudes how to cook things, sometimes even in pans!
I’m your host, Adam Poorman, and today we’ll be going to the mailbag to find a food related question to tackle. Let me just dig into the bag here and… alright, I’ve got the request we’re going to fulfill today! It is from Mark Oppen, and he writes, “Dear Adam, please teach me about Crisco. Specifically, I’m curious about subnetting and Layers 1 to 3 of the OSI model.”
Well, this is a bit of an usual request. Okay, so Crisco is a brand of shortening useful in many recipes. Personally, I prefer traditional lard shortening when cooking, but I can understand how the budget conscious chef might prefer to go the Crisco route.
Now, let’s see… subnetting? That’s not a cooking term I’m quite familiar with, Mark. As for layers, I guess you mean that you’re baking something with Crisco that’s going to have layers? But what’s this about an OSI model? Are you making some kind of Crisco based layer cake model? Wow, that is an oddly specific question. I’m really not sure where to go with this request. Oh – wait a second, my producer is telling me that I’ve misread your card. Perhaps he can help shed some light on this question.
What? Cisco? Networking equipment? I don’t undest- oh, okay, I see what’s happened here. I’m so sorry Mark, it looks like your letter was meant to go to our sister show, LAN vs. Dude. Well, unfortunately that’s all the time we have this week. Join us next week for another amazing adventure on Pan vs. Dude, the only show that answers your cooking questions, whether we understand them or not!
What: The Midsouth Makers are hosting a Cisco Lab which will cover some networking fundamentals, as well as topics such as subnetting, Cisco IOS
command structure, basic device configuration, Layers 1-3 of the OSI model, routing/switching, and VLANs.
When/Where: This Saturday, September 24th – Noon @ the space
Cost: $10 for Members / $20 Non-Members
Signup on our events page now before the class fills up: http://www.midsouthmakers.org/events/
We will also be hosting a cookout and gaming night at 6pm on Friday, so come for the Cisco lab and stay for the