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Re: [Avid-L2] [Editing-List] OT: Lab Puppy meets Mag Safe Mac Power Cord?

 

Bioforms and electricity are not a good mix.


You should actively train your puppy to avoid "non-toys." Dogs are quite capable of understanding the distinction between "mine" and "yours" with a little help. 

1) Make sure your puppy has lots and lots of chew toys everywhere, of many different types and textures. They need to chew. Do not try to stop them, but instead train them to chew what you want them to chew and not what you don't.

2) You need to figure out what they like best, and give them substitutes for this that can be easily identified as "theirs" as distinct from everything else. That means many different sizes and textures. Consider what they chew that you don't want them to. 

3) Don't underestimate their intelligence but be patient. Any time you see them even get close to something they should not touch, say "no." Not harshly. Just get their attention. Immediate give them a toy substitute and lot's of praise/play.

4) It's important that toys are easily distinguishable from non-toys. If they love wood for instance (they do) find toys that seem to give them the same pleasure, but are clearly not wood. Do not give them a chunk of 2x4 for instance, but maybe similarly textured toy. Toys made as dog toys generally smell different.

Remember, the reason the puppy is choosing the things he's choosing is likely because they are near you and/or smell like you. Make sure their toys are also closely associate with you. Handle them a lot. Give them to the puppy a lot.

The most important training for a puppy (or a child) is attention. As much as you can stand. They learn from you.

Oh, and menthol works fairly well in the short term, though it can stain things. ;)

Cheers,
               tod


On Oct 7, 2017, at 1:38 AM, Mark Spano cutandcover@gmail.com [Avid-L2] <Avid-L2@yahoogroups.com> wrote:


Ground is not a conductor. Ground is not (-) either. Ground is potential reference.

This part of the cable is a single (+) conductor with a ground.

On Sat, Oct 7, 2017 at 1:24 AM, bigfish@pacbell.net [Avid-L2] <Avid-L2@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
 

Yes two conductors, plus + on the center conductor and ground - on the shield.  I was just curious if the use of shielded cable was to protect against outside RF/emf interference inducing noise on the power cable or to keep the power cable from creating an interference field to wires around it.  Or perhaps a little of both.  Given the DC nature I'd doubt it would interfere with other stuff but perhaps minute fluctuations in the voltage or current would generate something to cause interference in surrounding cables, especially line level analogue audio.  Just wondering out loud.



---In Avid-L2@yahoogroups.com, <cutandcover@...> wrote :

Mmm… breaded mesh shield…

Assuming you're talking about the cable post-transformer connecting to the computer side, it makes total sense to have a shield and single conductor since at that point it would be DC power (+VDC conductor and ground).



On Fri, Oct 6, 2017 at 1:49 PM, John Moore bigfish@... [Editing-List] <Editing-List@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
 

With a new Lab Puppy, Parker, in the house I've warned everyone about leaving cables in puppy zones.  Last night Parker found a tasty chomp fest in my daughter's mag safe power supply for her macbook pro.  No biggie I broke out the heat shrink and solder iron and it's fixed.  I'm curious about the power cable.  It has a fairly big center conductor and a heavy breaded mesh shield.  None of that is surprising but I'm curious why the choice of a shielded cable over a twin lead cable given it's a power supply.

I assume the use of the shielded cable is to avoid in emf noise effecting the power on the cable.  I haven't checked what the voltage is on the connector but is the shield to avoid interference from the outside world causing noise on the power input or is it to avoid noise being radiated out to the outside world.  I guess with all the cables running into the macbook pro in a more or less parallel configuration the shielding makes sense to avoid any cross talk.  No problem with my solder job but it made me wonder a shield cable was used.

On a pure puppy note I'm wondering if anybody knows if Thunderbolt cable is more or less tasty than the mag safe cable?  I don't want to spring for a taste test.  Also as I step into the world of potty training I'm thinking of using the term "LUT" for going number one and "LOG" for going number two.  I figure if  LUTs can piss me off the term can certainly be used to make Parker go number one.  LOG speaks for itself.  ;-)  My hope is I will issue the command in front of some DPs at the Dog Park and maybe they will take the hint.  I like my dog park like my video, WYSIWYG.
 
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Re: [Avid-L2] Re: [Editing-List] OT: Lab Puppy meets Mag Safe Mac Power Cord?

 

Ground is not a conductor. Ground is not (-) either. Ground is potential reference.

This part of the cable is a single (+) conductor with a ground.

On Sat, Oct 7, 2017 at 1:24 AM, bigfish@pacbell.net [Avid-L2] <Avid-L2@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
 

Yes two conductors, plus + on the center conductor and ground - on the shield.  I was just curious if the use of shielded cable was to protect against outside RF/emf interference inducing noise on the power cable or to keep the power cable from creating an interference field to wires around it.  Or perhaps a little of both.  Given the DC nature I'd doubt it would interfere with other stuff but perhaps minute fluctuations in the voltage or current would generate something to cause interference in surrounding cables, especially line level analogue audio.  Just wondering out loud.



---In Avid-L2@yahoogroups.com, <cutandcover@...> wrote :

Mmm… breaded mesh shield…

Assuming you're talking about the cable post-transformer connecting to the computer side, it makes total sense to have a shield and single conductor since at that point it would be DC power (+VDC conductor and ground).



On Fri, Oct 6, 2017 at 1:49 PM, John Moore bigfish@... [Editing-List] <Editing-List@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
 

With a new Lab Puppy, Parker, in the house I've warned everyone about leaving cables in puppy zones.  Last night Parker found a tasty chomp fest in my daughter's mag safe power supply for her macbook pro.  No biggie I broke out the heat shrink and solder iron and it's fixed.  I'm curious about the power cable.  It has a fairly big center conductor and a heavy breaded mesh shield.  None of that is surprising but I'm curious why the choice of a shielded cable over a twin lead cable given it's a power supply.

I assume the use of the shielded cable is to avoid in emf noise effecting the power on the cable.  I haven't checked what the voltage is on the connector but is the shield to avoid interference from the outside world causing noise on the power input or is it to avoid noise being radiated out to the outside world.  I guess with all the cables running into the macbook pro in a more or less parallel configuration the shielding makes sense to avoid any cross talk.  No problem with my solder job but it made me wonder a shield cable was used.

On a pure puppy note I'm wondering if anybody knows if Thunderbolt cable is more or less tasty than the mag safe cable?  I don't want to spring for a taste test.  Also as I step into the world of potty training I'm thinking of using the term "LUT" for going number one and "LOG" for going number two.  I figure if  LUTs can piss me off the term can certainly be used to make Parker go number one.  LOG speaks for itself.  ;-)  My hope is I will issue the command in front of some DPs at the Dog Park and maybe they will take the hint.  I like my dog park like my video, WYSIWYG.
 
John Moore Barking Trout Productions Studio City, CA bigfish@...



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[Avid-L2] Re: [Editing-List] OT: Lab Puppy meets Mag Safe Mac Power Cord?

 

Yes two conductors, plus + on the center conductor and ground - on the shield.  I was just curious if the use of shielded cable was to protect against outside RF/emf interference inducing noise on the power cable or to keep the power cable from creating an interference field to wires around it.  Or perhaps a little of both.  Given the DC nature I'd doubt it would interfere with other stuff but perhaps minute fluctuations in the voltage or current would generate something to cause interference in surrounding cables, especially line level analogue audio.  Just wondering out loud.



---In Avid-L2@yahoogroups.com, <cutandcover@...> wrote :

Mmm… breaded mesh shield…

Assuming you're talking about the cable post-transformer connecting to the computer side, it makes total sense to have a shield and single conductor since at that point it would be DC power (+VDC conductor and ground).



On Fri, Oct 6, 2017 at 1:49 PM, John Moore bigfish@... [Editing-List] <Editing-List@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
 

With a new Lab Puppy, Parker, in the house I've warned everyone about leaving cables in puppy zones.  Last night Parker found a tasty chomp fest in my daughter's mag safe power supply for her macbook pro.  No biggie I broke out the heat shrink and solder iron and it's fixed.  I'm curious about the power cable.  It has a fairly big center conductor and a heavy breaded mesh shield.  None of that is surprising but I'm curious why the choice of a shielded cable over a twin lead cable given it's a power supply.

I assume the use of the shielded cable is to avoid in emf noise effecting the power on the cable.  I haven't checked what the voltage is on the connector but is the shield to avoid interference from the outside world causing noise on the power input or is it to avoid noise being radiated out to the outside world.  I guess with all the cables running into the macbook pro in a more or less parallel configuration the shielding makes sense to avoid any cross talk.  No problem with my solder job but it made me wonder a shield cable was used.

On a pure puppy note I'm wondering if anybody knows if Thunderbolt cable is more or less tasty than the mag safe cable?  I don't want to spring for a taste test.  Also as I step into the world of potty training I'm thinking of using the term "LUT" for going number one and "LOG" for going number two.  I figure if  LUTs can piss me off the term can certainly be used to make Parker go number one.  LOG speaks for itself.  ;-)  My hope is I will issue the command in front of some DPs at the Dog Park and maybe they will take the hint.  I like my dog park like my video, WYSIWYG.
 
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Re: [Avid-L2] OT: Lab Puppy meets Mag Safe Mac Power Cord?

 

Congratulations on Parker. Keep the little guy away from the high
voltage stuff. I doubt shielding is an issue for pure DC because any
tiny bit of RF the cable could pick up would either be irrelevant or
easy to filter out. Maybe coax is cheaper. Maybe they also run data
down those cables on top of the DC or they want that option open for
future development. Maybe they know it will make the cables harder to
repair... --J.B.

John Moore bigfish@pacbell.net [Avid-L2] wrote:
>
>
> With a new Lab Puppy, Parker, in the house I've warned everyone about
> leaving cables in puppy zones. Last night Parker found a tasty chomp
> fest in my daughter's mag safe power supply for her macbook pro. No
> biggie I broke out the heat shrink and solder iron and it's fixed.
> I'm curious about the power cable. It has a fairly big center
> conductor and a heavy breaded mesh shield. None of that is surprising
> but I'm curious why the choice of a shielded cable over a twin lead
> cable given it's a power supply.
>
> I assume the use of the shielded cable is to avoid in emf noise
> effecting the power on the cable. I haven't checked what the voltage
> is on the connector but is the shield to avoid interference from the
> outside world causing noise on the power input or is it to avoid noise
> being radiated out to the outside world. I guess with all the cables
> running into the macbook pro in a more or less parallel configuration
> the shielding makes sense to avoid any cross talk. No problem with my
> solder job but it made me wonder a shield cable was used.
>
> On a pure puppy note I'm wondering if anybody knows if Thunderbolt
> cable is more or less tasty than the mag safe cable? I don't want to
> spring for a taste test. Also as I step into the world of potty
> training I'm thinking of using the term "LUT" for going number one and
> "LOG" for going number two. I figure if LUTs can piss me off the
> term can certainly be used to make Parker go number one. LOG speaks
> for itself. ;-) My hope is I will issue the command in front of some
> DPs at the Dog Park and maybe they will take the hint. I like my dog
> park like my video, WYSIWYG.
> John Moore Barking Trout Productions Studio City, CA bigfish@pacbell.net
>
>
>

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Re: [Avid-L2] OT: Lab Puppy meets Mag Safe Mac Power Cord?

 

All shielding aside, this post made my morning. 


Labs make great AEs. My yellow moved-on to another show after a 12 year run. May you get many seasons with Parker, what color grade did you choose? 

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On Oct 6, 2017, at 10:49 AM, John Moore bigfish@pacbell.net [Avid-L2] <Avid-L2@yahoogroups.com> wrote:


With a new Lab Puppy, Parker, in the house I've warned everyone about leaving cables in puppy zones.  Last night Parker found a tasty chomp fest in my daughter's mag safe power supply for her macbook pro.  No biggie I broke out the heat shrink and solder iron and it's fixed.  I'm curious about the power cable.  It has a fairly big center conductor and a heavy breaded mesh shield.  None of that is surprising but I'm curious why the choice of a shielded cable over a twin lead cable given it's a power supply.

I assume the use of the shielded cable is to avoid in emf noise effecting the power on the cable.  I haven't checked what the voltage is on the connector but is the shield to avoid interference from the outside world causing noise on the power input or is it to avoid noise being radiated out to the outside world.  I guess with all the cables running into the macbook pro in a more or less parallel configuration the shielding makes sense to avoid any cross talk.  No problem with my solder job but it made me wonder a shield cable was used.

On a pure puppy note I'm wondering if anybody knows if Thunderbolt cable is more or less tasty than the mag safe cable?  I don't want to spring for a taste test.  Also as I step into the world of potty training I'm thinking of using the term "LUT" for going number one and "LOG" for going number two.  I figure if  LUTs can piss me off the term can certainly be used to make Parker go number one.  LOG speaks for itself.  ;-)  My hope is I will issue the command in front of some DPs at the Dog Park and maybe they will take the hint.  I like my dog park like my video, WYSIWYG.
 
John Moore Barking Trout Productions Studio City, CA bigfish@pacbell.net


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[Avid-L2] Re: [Editing-List] OT: Lab Puppy meets Mag Safe Mac Power Cord?

 

Mmm… breaded mesh shield…

Assuming you're talking about the cable post-transformer connecting to the computer side, it makes total sense to have a shield and single conductor since at that point it would be DC power (+VDC conductor and ground).



On Fri, Oct 6, 2017 at 1:49 PM, John Moore bigfish@pacbell.net [Editing-List] <Editing-List@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
 

With a new Lab Puppy, Parker, in the house I've warned everyone about leaving cables in puppy zones.  Last night Parker found a tasty chomp fest in my daughter's mag safe power supply for her macbook pro.  No biggie I broke out the heat shrink and solder iron and it's fixed.  I'm curious about the power cable.  It has a fairly big center conductor and a heavy breaded mesh shield.  None of that is surprising but I'm curious why the choice of a shielded cable over a twin lead cable given it's a power supply.

I assume the use of the shielded cable is to avoid in emf noise effecting the power on the cable.  I haven't checked what the voltage is on the connector but is the shield to avoid interference from the outside world causing noise on the power input or is it to avoid noise being radiated out to the outside world.  I guess with all the cables running into the macbook pro in a more or less parallel configuration the shielding makes sense to avoid any cross talk.  No problem with my solder job but it made me wonder a shield cable was used.

On a pure puppy note I'm wondering if anybody knows if Thunderbolt cable is more or less tasty than the mag safe cable?  I don't want to spring for a taste test.  Also as I step into the world of potty training I'm thinking of using the term "LUT" for going number one and "LOG" for going number two.  I figure if  LUTs can piss me off the term can certainly be used to make Parker go number one.  LOG speaks for itself.  ;-)  My hope is I will issue the command in front of some DPs at the Dog Park and maybe they will take the hint.  I like my dog park like my video, WYSIWYG.
 
John Moore Barking Trout Productions Studio City, CA bigfish@pacbell.net


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[Avid-L2] OT: Lab Puppy meets Mag Safe Mac Power Cord?

 

With a new Lab Puppy, Parker, in the house I've warned everyone about leaving cables in puppy zones.  Last night Parker found a tasty chomp fest in my daughter's mag safe power supply for her macbook pro.  No biggie I broke out the heat shrink and solder iron and it's fixed.  I'm curious about the power cable.  It has a fairly big center conductor and a heavy breaded mesh shield.  None of that is surprising but I'm curious why the choice of a shielded cable over a twin lead cable given it's a power supply.

I assume the use of the shielded cable is to avoid in emf noise effecting the power on the cable.  I haven't checked what the voltage is on the connector but is the shield to avoid interference from the outside world causing noise on the power input or is it to avoid noise being radiated out to the outside world.  I guess with all the cables running into the macbook pro in a more or less parallel configuration the shielding makes sense to avoid any cross talk.  No problem with my solder job but it made me wonder a shield cable was used.

On a pure puppy note I'm wondering if anybody knows if Thunderbolt cable is more or less tasty than the mag safe cable?  I don't want to spring for a taste test.  Also as I step into the world of potty training I'm thinking of using the term "LUT" for going number one and "LOG" for going number two.  I figure if  LUTs can piss me off the term can certainly be used to make Parker go number one.  LOG speaks for itself.  ;-)  My hope is I will issue the command in front of some DPs at the Dog Park and maybe they will take the hint.  I like my dog park like my video, WYSIWYG.
 
John Moore Barking Trout Productions Studio City, CA bigfish@pacbell.net

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