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  2. Swedish Health Authority Recommendation If sick stay at home. If you have symptoms take a test. Wash at least 20 seconds use alcohol with atleast 60% alcohol content. Don't touch your face with unwashed hands. Keep distance arm length (or 2m). Don't gather in large companies. Avoid public transport, try walking or biking when possible. If required go with public transport book a ticket or go when others don't. If possible work from home. View the full article
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  6. Shadowlands was first announced at Blizzcon 2019. The growth was revealed to be centered from the world's kingdom of wow gold classic the deceased, and will include new dungeons, raids, and an overhaul to the leveling system. Following months of anticipation, Blizzard eventually lifted the veil on the wildly anticipated expansion and debuted a release date trailer at this year's Gamescom on August 27. Shadowlands will officially be releasing this Fall on October 27. Shadowlands follows the events of Sylvanas Windrunner along with the Lich, and will have players venturing into a new realm where they can team up with four covenants. The forthcoming expansion's endgame attributes The Maw that's lore's version of hell. The unique mode will be timed, and cheap wow classic gold lovers will get booted from the area for a day -- making quests, and getting items even more challenging.
  7. epicted on the TV show. Kaczrowski has Asperger's, a high-functioning kind of autism that affects a person's ability to interact and communicate effectively with other individuals. It's challenging, he notes, but he handles having a good understanding of his disability and by RuneScape gold surrounding himself with people that are sensitive to his needs. Looking back, Kaczrowski now realizes there were indications of Asperger's ancient on. Adopted at the age of 18 weeks, he grew up in Marshall, where his dad was a family practice doctor. Kaczrowski, together with two sisters and one brother, that had been adopted, spent a great deal of time at the family's lake house near Alexandria. At a young age he did things that made him unique, like writing the numbers 1 through 1,000 in kindergarten, when many kids are working on writing numbers up to 100. The lively kid answered by reciting, word-for-word, exactly what the teachers said throughout the day. While I tried to go to play RuneScape He's found that he prefers soft socks and athletic suits to Cheap RS gold button up cotton tops and jeans. "The other shirts...I can feel," he explained. Kaczrowski attended high school in Marshall and played basketball, although he didn't like going to basketball games since they were so loud.
  8. I know most individuals don't like sports games, but PC users get the brief end of the stick even with those shitty sports game. This time NBA2K isn't even releasing the next-gen baseball game on PC, only about the next-gen consoles. PC users are receiving the same game using an updated roster with Madden 21 coins the purchase price of a brand new game. There are no decent sports games on PC. The shitty part is at their core sports games can be a good deal of fun. I really really utilized to enjoy the livelihood node in 2K before it turned into a microtransaction shit hole. Sports games have affected the most due to MTX. 2k is so greedy, they made the career mode online just. I am glad I lost interest in sport titles before mtx obtained integrated. Got tired of paying to get a brand new title if I desired a roster upgrades. Only lost interest in annual franchises generally. They sure are amazing money makers, however, so the genre will probably always be exactly what it is. The F1 games are fairly good and superior on the PC. The biggest difficulty with them is that they are basically doing the exact same thing as Fifa. Some minor updates year to year and sadly it is sufficient for people to defend it (the improvements are really enjoyable and larger than Fifa, but do not warrant a full cost ) Picked up F1 2018 on Humble complimentary recently. Saw F1 2020 gameplay, don't see why anybody would purchase a new one. The old one works more or less perfectly fine. Together with F1 matches you can argue that the technician behind the cars gets changed yearly, so if you're full into the sim aspect - which it does fairly well - I figure it is worth it. It also adds offline features that's a blessing with cheap Mut 21 coins most sports games forgetting in their career modes and providing fuck all to the offline players since they're not considering MTX.
  9. Brushes are a key part of using Paint tools, and in particular the Paintbrush Tool. And in this episode we look at how to work with, edit, download, and save different brushes. We look at the Brush Dialog, and examine the different settings that make them easier to work with. Links: View the full article
  10. NEW 'Off The Hook' ONLINE Posted 22 Oct, 2020 0:22:18 UTC The new edition of Off The Hook from 10/21/2020 has been archived and is now available online. Jason Scott joins the OTH panel this week, hackers "jump scare" gamers, reminiscing about voice mail hacking, dealing with old file formats, C-SPAN host admits to lying about his Twitter account being hacked, voters threatened via email, Yahoo groups shutting down for good. "Off The Hook" - 10/21/2020 Download the torrent here View the full article
  11. On a lock down walk in the local grave yard, Ken and his Wife stumble upon a new grave. As the soil is mostly sand, the graves need to be shored up to prevent collapse. View the full article
  12. NEW 'Off The Wall' ONLINE Posted 21 Oct, 2020 1:03:56 UTC The new edition of Off The Wall from 10/20/2020 has been archived and is now available online. "Off The Wall" - 10/20/2020 Download the torrent here View the full article
  13. Thrift store quick fix for a dog coat. Ripped out stitches on defective velcro. Picture 1 Re-stitched with the flat surface facing up. Picture 2 Picture 3 Hot-glued replacement velcro. Picture 4 Profit Picture 5 View the full article
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  16. Ansible DHCPD and DNS Using Ansible to configure DHCPD and NDS on OpenBSD Host data is stored in csv files Ansible templates to create config files Restart services hostname-setup.yml --- - hosts: localhost tasks: - name: read subnet 10 read_csv: path: 10.csv fieldnames: mac,ip,hostname register: subnet_10 - name: read subnet 11 read_csv: path: 11.csv fieldnames: mac,ip,hostname register: subnet_11 - name: read static read_csv: path: static.csv fieldnames: hostname,ip register: static_ip - name: write dhcp file template: src: dhcpd.conf.j2 dest: /etc/dhcpd.conf validate: dhcpd -nc %s - name: write local.lan zone file template: src: dest: /var/nsd/zones/master/local.lan owner: root group: _nsd validate: nsd-checkzone local.lan %s - name: nsd_conf copy: src: nsd.conf dest: /var/nsd/etc/nsd.conf owner: root group: _nsd validate: nsd-checkconf %s - name: restart nsd service: name: nsd state: restarted - name: restart dhcpd service: name: dhcpd state: restarted - name: restart unbound service: name: unbound state: restarted 10.csv b8:27:eb:8b:7a:6d,,pi3a b8:27:eb:ef:f2:d4,,pi3b 28:10:7b:25:d5:60,,ipcam3 28:10:7b:0c:fa:7b,,ipcam1 f0:7d:68:0b:ca:56,,ipcam2 static.csv tplink, gate, www, fox, dhcpd.conf.j2 option domain-name "local.lan"; option domain-name-servers; subnet netmask { option routers; range; {% for host in subnet_10.list %} host static-client { hardware ethernet {{ host.mac }};fixed-address {{ host.ip }};} #{{ host.hostname }} {% endfor %} } subnet netmask { option routers; range; {% for host in subnet_11.list %} host static-client { hardware ethernet {{ host.mac }};fixed-address {{ host.ip }};} #{{ host.hostname }} {% endfor %} } Rendered DHCP entires host static-client { hardware ethernet b8:27:eb:de:2f:38;fixed-address;} #pi3a host static-client { hardware ethernet 28:10:7b:25:d5:60;fixed-address;} #ipcam3 host static-client { hardware ethernet 28:10:7b:0c:fa:7b;fixed-address;} #ipcam1 $TTL 3600 local.lan. IN SOA root. ( 2016092901 ; Serial 3H ; refresh after 3 hours 1H ; retry after 1 hour 1W ; expire after 1 week 1D) ; minimum TTL of 1 day IN NS gate. IN MX 50 gate.local.lan. local.lan. IN A {% for host in static_ip.list%} {{ host.hostname }} IN A {{ host.ip }} {% endfor %} {% for host in subnet_10.list%} {{ host.hostname }} IN A {{ host.ip }} {% endfor %} {% for host in subnet_11.list%} {{ host.hostname }} IN A {{ host.ip }} {% endfor %} Rendered A records pi3b IN A pi3a IN A ipcam3 IN A ipcam1 IN A Run the playbook ansible-playbook hostname-setup.yml View the full article
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  18. A very brief history of lighting Natural light first came from fire Then using oil and fat with a wick Early candles used animal fat this smelled awful and tended to spit Some parts of world used whole animals as candles These early candles gave so little light that people generally just went to bed at sunset Electric lighting started first by Humphry Davy in the early 1800’s using an arc, this was developed into commercial lighting in the 1840s Arc lighting needed a complex mechanism to gradually push the contacts together as they burnt away Gas lighting started around the 1850s this was improved in the 1870 with the advent of the Gas mantel. Thomas Edison develop the electric light bulb in 1879 using a carbon filament. It took a great deal of effort to convince people to use it because gas lighting was so well established and worked well. Many houses in Britain didn't install electric lighting until the 1930s Finally electricity won as it could be used for so many other things. The tungsten filament bulb The filament within the bulb is made up of a tungsten coiled coil wire. This is done because the more compactly a filament can be wound the less heat is lost to the surroundings and the brighter the bulb will glow. The tungsten halogen bulb The next progression was tungsten halogen bulb, these bulbs are more efficient and give out twice as much light as ordinary bulbs and usually last twice as long. All filament lights waste a lot of energy producing heat. An ordinary light bulb only gives out 10% of its energy as light, the rest is wasted as heat. Fluorescent neon lights Fluorescent neon lights were invented in 1905 by a French man called George Claude. These were used for advertising mainly in America. Fluorescent strip light The first fluorescent light was introduced in 1939 it uses the same principle as the neon light but incorporates a filament at both ends. It is filled with argon and mercury vapour. It mainly gives off ultra violet light the tube is coated on the inside with chemicals to convert the output to mostly visible light using a property called fluorescence. Fluorescent tubes are four times as efficient as normal incandescent light bulbs and run cool. The first energy efficient light bulbs were just fluorescent lights folded into a compact bulb shape. Sodium lights Sodium lights used mainly in street lighting are twice as efficient again as fluorescent bulbs they give off a rather horrible orange colour. The first commercial high-pressure sodium lamps were available in 1965 from companies in the United States, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands; at introduction a 400 watt lamp would produce around 100 lumens per watt The next big development was LED lighting which I'll cover in my next episode. View the full article
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  20. This is a look at how infectious diseases have changed the course of human history. It is admittedly a bit Euro- or Western-centric since that is what I know best. But I think the point of its importance applies more broadly. View the full article
  21. In this episode Martin discovers that protecting pictures of stick insects (rated XXX or not) on USB sticks (pun intended) can be an ardous endeavour indeed. Never mind eventually turning this into a business including web servers, shared file spaces and password storage. Additional bonus: the lovely Emma from Rainbow Escorts makes another cameo apperance supported by some Irish, um, students. Shownotes: Linux Unified Key Setup (LUKS): EncFS: EcryptFS: Keepass: Snort: Fail2ban: PSAD: Nextcloud: Tor: OPENVPN: WireGuard: boringtun: DistroWatch: View the full article
  22. NEW 'Off The Wall' ONLINE Posted 14 Oct, 2020 0:13:19 UTC The new edition of Off The Wall from 10/13/2020 has been archived and is now available online. "Off The Wall" - 10/13/2020 Download the torrent here View the full article
  23. This show explains the concept of injecting symbolic links into zipfiles and how those can be used to attack a web application. View the full article
  24. Introduction Two HPR hosts from Scotland get together over Mumble one more time to chat about all manner of stuff. Andrew Conway Dave Morriss We recorded on Saturday 19th September 2020, which was International Talk Like A Pirate Day, we but managed to avoid any utterances of ARRRR!, and the use of marlinspikes, fids or belaying pins. Also, no timbers were shivered and no mainbraces spliced (not while recording anyway). Notes Some of the topics we discussed: COVID-19: The increase in COVID-19 cases in Scotland, particularly Glasgow Movement in Glasgow is more restricted than in Edinburgh at time of recording The KCL COVID tracker, described further in an article with more details Andrew is using this Is Glasgow the most infected city in the UK? This week in Virology podcast discussing easing of lock down and return of children to school, both likely to increase infections. Vitamin D (D3 in particular1) seems to have a beneficial effect in COVID-19 cases. Having an optimal level of the vitamin seems to help ameliorate the COVID-19 effects, whereas being deficient can apparently result in more severe effects. See the study in the Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Long-term immunity and t-cells: see the Nature paper mentioned in the episode The virus is called SARS-CoV-22 (as opposed to SARS-CoV-1, the previous SARS coronavirus). The disease is called COVID-193. Speculations heard: Whether having had the BCG immunisation against tuberculosis helps protect from COVID-19. Whether exposure to other (milder) corona viruses can provide immunity to SARS-CoV-2. The puzzling case of Sweden and COVID-19 Have there been randomised controlled trials of the effectiveness of the masks in common use?4 What we’re doing in lockdown: Dave: cooking for the family 2 nights a week; shopping “by proxy”; not going to the gym yet Andrew: exercising at home; tried the gym a couple of times but was put off by overcrowding; working on the BBC Micro (check HPR show hpr2731 :: My 8 bit Christmas) BBC Micro: A 32KiB 8-bit computer based around the 6502 CPU, made by Acorn Computers Ltd. Game: Twin Kingdom Valley originally played by Andrew in 1982/3. He has been: Disassembling the game (which is in machine code). Disassembly is non-trivial when data is interleaved with the code. Rewriting the non-graphic code in C The BBC had a paged ROM area known as the Sideways ROM (see the System Memory Map) Andrew had the ROM game Dr. Who and the Mines of Terror!. The 65C02 processor is still being made! Ben Eater on YouTube is explaining the workings of the 6502, amongst other things. Andrew has bought a 6502 kit from Ben Eater The 6502 could be seen as an early RISC (Reduced Instruction Set) machine (though not intentionally). Acorn created the Acorn RISC Machine (ARM) for the Archimedes and eventually spun off ARM Ltd. Internet bandwidth in Scotland Dave’s street has just had optical fibre installed. He has an ADSL link at present which is slow and not always reliable Andrew has cable, which is very reliable. Reliability is more important than very high speeds, as is low latency HPR queue state: OK for the next couple of weeks (at time of recording) A new show then arrived at that point! HPR always needs shows! Programming languages: Dave hasn’t been too keen on using assembler since the late 1980’s Andrew has been a Java programmer but likes the slimness of C Dave tinkered with FORTH on the BBC Micro at one time, and wrote some stuff in PostScript as a programming language FORTH was used to control telescopes at one time Vitamin D3 is also known as cholecalciferol.↩︎ SARS-CoV-2: SARS stands for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, CoV means Corona Virus and the 2 refers to the second SARS corona virus in recent times.↩︎ COVID-19: simply means coronavirus disease 19, referring to its arrival in 2019.↩︎ Some clarification of the types of mask being used most commonly might be needed. Andrew was thinking of the fabric masks when speaking about this. Some research after the recording discovered a mask-related trial as follows: Human coronavirus data from four clinical trials of masks and respirators.↩︎ View the full article
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  27. Just a short podcast about RealVNC cloud offering. An interesting VNC option if you want to connect on the road or the at the coffee shop to a server back home without putting holes in your router. View the full article
  28. The Miscellaneous tools do a number of useful things without fitting neatly into a category. The Paths tool takes Selections up a notch and also lets you add interesting effects. Zoom is one you would use every day, and Measure is handy in some situations. Finally, GEGL Operations are the future of all GIMP development Links: View the full article
  29. NEW 'Off The Hook' ONLINE Posted 08 Oct, 2020 0:45:56 UTC The new edition of Off The Hook from 10/07/2020 has been archived and is now available online. Extended 90 minute show, guest Cory Doctorow discusses his new book Attack Surface, the problem with Audible, morality in tech, it's Off The Hook's 32nd anniversary, the "chickenization" of industries. "Off The Hook" - 10/07/2020 Download the torrent here View the full article
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