more of a silly post than anything else but i received this nifty little Ninja USB drive for my bday =)
i placed him on top of my work PC so that my back is covered (next to a Lego Ninjago samurai) and figured he (or she) would serve as an emergency USB drive. i thought it was probably a novelty item with a tiny capacity but i plugged it in today and it’s 16 gig!
dang, that means it’s perfect for many instances of Sim-on-a-Stick (like i really need another stick with several SoaSs!) =p
it’s not a USB3.0 or any “serious” brand name (or maybe it is since being a ninja means keeping a low profile) but what a perfect one to test SoaS on to see how a run-of-the-mill USB drive might work
ideally, improvements in OpenSim mean that it should require less overhead to run and be more efficient overall – so i loaded the latest SoaS (0.7.5 – 9 region version) and gave it a whirl – and it ran as well as my schmancy 32 gig 3.0 Corsair 32 gig Survivor! =)
go, ninja, go!