Awning card uses Create a Cupcake, Word Window and Scallop Border punches. I will also pin another site that has instructions as to how to make the awning. by bethany
bethany
bethany Awning card uses Create a Cupcake, Word Window and Scallop Border punches. I will also pin another site that has instructions as to how to make the awning.
Card Making
Every meal you make.... (I love how every meme that uses these lyrics also uses a black lab--as a black lab mommy, I can attest to the truth of this statement) by keisha
keisha
keisha Every meal you make.... (I love how every meme that uses these lyrics also uses a black lab--as a black lab mommy, I can attest to the truth of this statement)
Random Stuff
This would be so pretty on a picture frame.  If you have a butterfly craft punches, that would make it doable.  I also wonder if you could use a thin metal to make these?  The instructions are lacking. by batjas88
batjas88
batjas88 This would be so pretty on a picture frame. If you have a butterfly craft punches, that would make it doable. I also wonder if you could use a thin metal to make these? The instructions are lacking.
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Tips on how to use the Scallop Trim Border and Corner punches together for a fully decorative mat - Stampin' Up! by malinda
malinda
malinda Tips on how to use the Scallop Trim Border and Corner punches together for a fully decorative mat - Stampin' Up!
Kitchen Creations
Love how this border is quilted.  Also the way the garland has the scallop look without having to do that.    20140805-200019-72019141.jpg by bethany
bethany
bethany Love how this border is quilted. Also the way the garland has the scallop look without having to do that. 20140805-200019-72019141.jpg
Card Making
By following the instructions on how to make liquor filled chocolates, you can create a delightful and delicious personalized treat that every adult will enjoy! by nell
nell
nell By following the instructions on how to make liquor filled chocolates, you can create a delightful and delicious personalized treat that every adult will enjoy!
Mood
How to Make a Pillow that Looks Like Your Dog | The BarkPost. Naturally, I will be following these instructions to make pillows of my cats. by delores
delores
delores How to Make a Pillow that Looks Like Your Dog | The BarkPost. Naturally, I will be following these instructions to make pillows of my cats.
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ESATA to SATA cable 1.5ft (Red)ESATA to SATA cable 1.5ft (Red) Compatible Devices   ESATA to SATA cable 1.5ft (Red)?? eSATA round cable 1.5FT. Designed to connect from eSATA port TYPE I to SATA port Type L Cable for external use Safe Data Transfer Supports speeds up tp 3 Gb/s EMI protection Flexible cable RoHS compliant Comes in Retail Ready packaging.?? Cable make up: PVC, braid, AL-FOIL, Ground, More AL-FOIL, and the conductors. Background: ?? Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the  new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your  computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data  transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better  in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but  is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It  is an internal interface that uses "L"??type connectors.?? They are  referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the  female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male  connector has an "L" shaped tongue. Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly  referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps  transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are  backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However,  maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a  new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power  connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both  types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices,  eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.??  eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you  look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or  tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers  will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some  users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for  eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.?? eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2.?? But  along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.??  Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and??Firewire 400/800  it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. by Top-product
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Top-product ESATA to SATA cable 1.5ft (Red)ESATA to SATA cable 1.5ft (Red) Compatible Devices ESATA to SATA cable 1.5ft (Red)?? eSATA round cable 1.5FT. Designed to connect from eSATA port TYPE I to SATA port Type L Cable for external use Safe Data Transfer Supports speeds up tp 3 Gb/s EMI protection Flexible cable RoHS compliant Comes in Retail Ready packaging.?? Cable make up: PVC, braid, AL-FOIL, Ground, More AL-FOIL, and the conductors. Background: ?? Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L"??type connectors.?? They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.?? eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and??Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters.
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LOL. I love this pin!!! I like how it brings humor into a situation that also shows that Daryll has grown. People are a product of how they were raised, so I can see how the brothers would both label Asians as "Chinese" out of ignorance. But I like how the show allows Daryll to evolve. It makes me love his character even more. by edna
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edna LOL. I love this pin!!! I like how it brings humor into a situation that also shows that Daryll has grown. People are a product of how they were raised, so I can see how the brothers would both label Asians as "Chinese" out of ignorance. But I like how the show allows Daryll to evolve. It makes me love his character even more.
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I like the way this person uses fonts and the sizes to make a picture.  Also, how the walls are made out of the word WALL is very interesting.  -Stephen by bridgett
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bridgett I like the way this person uses fonts and the sizes to make a picture. Also, how the walls are made out of the word WALL is very interesting. -Stephen
love letters
I LOVE how this teacher uses Word of the Day as a transition for her kids! There's an awesome video that explains this and has great Whole Brain Teaching strategies :) by graciela
graciela
graciela I LOVE how this teacher uses Word of the Day as a transition for her kids! There's an awesome video that explains this and has great Whole Brain Teaching strategies :)
Spend
Now that I have a KitchenAid mixer I want to try and make macaroons :) This site has pretty easy to follow step by step instructions. by jewell
jewell
jewell Now that I have a KitchenAid mixer I want to try and make macaroons :) This site has pretty easy to follow step by step instructions.
For the dogs
A few circle punches for the helmet, scallop border punch for the sun glasses, corner punch forms arms and body, word window for legs and tire. 2 step bird punch for handlebars. Small heart punch trimmed for gloves. by jenniferET
jenniferET
jenniferET A few circle punches for the helmet, scallop border punch for the sun glasses, corner punch forms arms and body, word window for legs and tire. 2 step bird punch for handlebars. Small heart punch trimmed for gloves.
Arts and crafts
onesie card...how to make using punches by pam.mclaughlin.986
pam.mclaughlin.986
pam.mclaughlin.986 onesie card...how to make using punches
onesie card
6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Silver  - Monoprice6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Silver  - Monoprice Compatible Devices                            6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Silver                                                 Designed to connect from eSATA port (I type) to eSATA port (I type)             Cable for external use             Safe Data Transfer             Support speed up to 3Gb/s             EMI protection             Flexible cable             ROHS compliant - no hazardous substances used             ??             Background:             Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a.  IDE) as the  new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between  your  computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster  data  transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to  better  in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections.             ??             First generation SATA is generally referred to simply  as SATA, but  is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of  1.5 gbit/s.?? It  is an internal interface that uses "L"??type  connectors.?? They are  referred to as "L" connectors because if you look  at the  female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.??  The male  connector has an "L" shaped tongue.             ??             Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but  commonly  referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a  3.0 Gbps  transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2  cables are  backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.??  However,  maximum throughput will be limited to the least common  denominator.             ??             To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives  usually employ a  new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4  pin Molex power  connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives  will have both  types of connections for ease of installation into  legacy systems.             ??             Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with  external devices,  eSATA was developed with a completely different type  of connector.??  eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as  before, if you  look at the connector straight on, there is an "I"  shaped slot or  tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some  manufacturers  will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to  confuse some  users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I"  connectors are for  eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.??             ??             eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as  SATA 2.?? But  along with the new connector type, it also calls for a  shielded cable.??  Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0  and??Firewire 400/800  it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters.                                                ??                      ?? by Top-product
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Top-product 6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Silver - Monoprice6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Silver - Monoprice Compatible Devices 6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Silver Designed to connect from eSATA port (I type) to eSATA port (I type) Cable for external use Safe Data Transfer Support speed up to 3Gb/s EMI protection Flexible cable ROHS compliant - no hazardous substances used ?? Background: Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. ?? First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L"??type connectors.?? They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. ?? Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. ?? To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. ?? Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.?? ?? eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and??Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. ?? ??
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I am in love with how this teacher uses visuals to create her lesson plans. She places pictures of each idea into her table as a quick reference. It is the same picture that she has on her Pinterest board so she can easily access the link for a refresher. by minnie
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minnie I am in love with how this teacher uses visuals to create her lesson plans. She places pictures of each idea into her table as a quick reference. It is the same picture that she has on her Pinterest board so she can easily access the link for a refresher.
for friends
A Typical English Home: How to Make Labels with Microsoft Word - uses a chalkboard style as an example. by georgette
georgette
georgette A Typical English Home: How to Make Labels with Microsoft Word - uses a chalkboard style as an example.
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6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Copper - Monoprice6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Copper - Monoprice Compatible Devices                            6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Copper                                                 Designed to connect from eSATA port (I type) to eSATA port (I type)             Cable for external use             Safe Data Transfer             Support speed up to 3Gb/s             EMI protection             Flexible cable             ROHS compliant - no hazardous substances used             ??             Background:             Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the  new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your  computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data  transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better  in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections.             ??             First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but  is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It  is an internal interface that uses "L"??type connectors.?? They are  referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the  female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male  connector has an "L" shaped tongue.             ??             Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly  referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps  transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are  backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However,  maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator.             ??             To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a  new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power  connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both  types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems.             ??             Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices,  eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.??  eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you  look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or  tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers  will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some  users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for  eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.??             ??             eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2.?? But  along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.??  Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and??Firewire 400/800  it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters.                                                ?? by Top-product
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Top-product 6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Copper - Monoprice6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Copper - Monoprice Compatible Devices 6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Copper Designed to connect from eSATA port (I type) to eSATA port (I type) Cable for external use Safe Data Transfer Support speed up to 3Gb/s EMI protection Flexible cable ROHS compliant - no hazardous substances used ?? Background: Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. ?? First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L"??type connectors.?? They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. ?? Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. ?? To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. ?? Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.?? ?? eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and??Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. ??
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The Fast Track to Getting Hurt with Horses - How do you define the word “luck”? Luck defined by successful people is when preparation meets opportunity.  This is my favorite definition of that word.  Others may think of luck as a self-fulfilling prophecy, and I believe this has some truth to it.  For example, those who tend to have a more optimistic outlook, usually have much better life experiences.    Those are also the individuals who will seek out something good in a seemingly bad situation. by erika
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erika The Fast Track to Getting Hurt with Horses - How do you define the word “luck”? Luck defined by successful people is when preparation meets opportunity.  This is my favorite definition of that word. Others may think of luck as a self-fulfilling prophecy, and I believe this has some truth to it.  For example, those who tend to have a more optimistic outlook, usually have much better life experiences. Those are also the individuals who will seek out something good in a seemingly bad situation.
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6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - UV Blue  - Monoprice6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - UV Blue  - Monoprice Compatible Devices  6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - UV Blue Designed to connect from eSATA port (I type) to eSATA port (I type) Cable for external use Safe Data Transfer Support speed up to 3Gb/s EMI protection Flexible cable ROHS compliant - no hazardous substances used  Background:Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives. ??SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections.First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s. ??It is an internal interface that uses "L" type connectors. ??They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot. The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue.Second generation SATA is known as SATA ??3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300. ??It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector. ??SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices. ??However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator.To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system. ??However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems.Here's where it can get confusing. ??For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector. ??eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue. ??Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users. ??So a cable that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables. eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2. ??But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable. ??Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. by Top-product
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Top-product 6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - UV Blue - Monoprice6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - UV Blue - Monoprice Compatible Devices 6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - UV Blue Designed to connect from eSATA port (I type) to eSATA port (I type) Cable for external use Safe Data Transfer Support speed up to 3Gb/s EMI protection Flexible cable ROHS compliant - no hazardous substances used Background:Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives. ??SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections.First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s. ??It is an internal interface that uses "L" type connectors. ??They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot. The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue.Second generation SATA is known as SATA ??3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300. ??It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector. ??SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices. ??However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator.To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system. ??However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems.Here's where it can get confusing. ??For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector. ??eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue. ??Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users. ??So a cable that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables. eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2. ??But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable. ??Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters.
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Yup. Everyone deserves this. Sorry is just another word if the person does nothing to SHOW they are sorry or make up for their wrong doings. My promise to myself and everyone in my life is that if I ever do something to hurt you, I will make you FEEL that I'm truly sorry because this is how I want to feel in return. by susie
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susie Yup. Everyone deserves this. Sorry is just another word if the person does nothing to SHOW they are sorry or make up for their wrong doings. My promise to myself and everyone in my life is that if I ever do something to hurt you, I will make you FEEL that I'm truly sorry because this is how I want to feel in return.
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I am beyond in love with this word wall from @mobryanwildaboutfifth on Instagram! Give this pin a like if you love her word wall too! Tag someone in the comments who you know also has an amazing word wall! We would love to feature it! Click on this pin to see how in the profile listed! by freida
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freida I am beyond in love with this word wall from @mobryanwildaboutfifth on Instagram! Give this pin a like if you love her word wall too! Tag someone in the comments who you know also has an amazing word wall! We would love to feature it! Click on this pin to see how in the profile listed!
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DiY how to make a fold-up bed. The site includes downloadable instructions. by Jinx62
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Jinx62 DiY how to make a fold-up bed. The site includes downloadable instructions.
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Top-product 6ft SATA Internal Shielded Cable (Type L to Type L) - Silver - Monoprice6ft SATA Internal Shielded Cable (Type L to Type L) - Silver - Monoprice Compatible Devices 6ft SATA Internal Shielded Cable (Type L to Type L) - Silver Background: Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. ?? First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L"??type connectors.?? They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. ?? Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. ?? To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. ?? Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.?? ?? eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and??Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. ??
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