I mentioned making unit converters for some measurements long ago for NoteTab Light. Recently, I made my own quick converter for conversions of horsepower to either kW or PS. I practiced these factors when I was on the homepage of the online simulation racing game "Live for Speed." Even though the machine stats were indicated in horsepower and kilowatts, I practiced anyways to convert values to either measurement. Additionally, I finally learned what PS stands for in regards to power. It stands for pfderstarke. Sometimes in Japanese racing/driving games, I see PS as a measurement of power. To convert from horsepower to kW, divide the hp value by 1.341; to convert from hp to PS, divide the hp value by 0.98592325737265 to get the PS value. Because math is beautiful, multiply the kW or PS value by either conversion factor to convert to horsepower. I was thinking about conversion factors between kilowatts and pferderstarke, but since I don't use either system, I haven't added conversion values between kW and PS. This past weekend, I also learned of the expression "spring chicken." You may have heard someone say (for example) "he/she is no spring chicken." If you're a spring chicken, you're young, as opposed to being old- as in being an "old crow." So not being a spring chicken means you're old. I also learned the expression "spring chicken" comes from the fact that chickens are born in the Spring. True what they say- you learn something new every day. Even if most of the world already knows certain things while you just learn of them for the first time.