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Application of the mathematics of harmony -- Golden non-Euclidean geometry in modern math Friday September 9th, 2016 04:00:00 AM
(World Scientific) A masterful exploration of history and the essence of mathematical reasoning to the future development of modern science and mathematics.
New vaccination strategies coach immune system to make HIV-neutralizing antibodies Thursday September 8th, 2016 04:00:00 AM
(International AIDS Vaccine Initiative) New approaches that could spur the human body to produce HIV-blocking antibodies have been successful in mice mimicking the human immune system, according to five studies published today in the research journals Cell, Immunity and Science.
Life after Fitbit: Appealing to those who feel guilty vs. free Thursday September 8th, 2016 04:00:00 AM
(University of Washington) Is life better or worse after sticking your Fitbit in a drawer? UW researchers surveyed hundreds of people who had abandoned self-tracking tools and found emotions ranged from guilt to indifference to relief that the tracking experience was over.
European Research Council awards €1.5 million to arm cereals against pathogens and diseases Thursday September 8th, 2016 04:00:00 AM
(Earlham Institute) Announced today by the European Research Council, Dr. Ksenia Krasileva, Group Leader at the Earlham Institute and the Sainsbury Laboratory has been awarded a 1.5 million Starting Grant (over five years) to investigate the immune system of our most important crops. Her research into plants' immune system could create new genetic solutions for protecting plant health and future sustainable crop production.
NASA sees remnants of Tropical Cyclone Newton over Southwestern US Thursday September 8th, 2016 04:00:00 AM
(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) NASA's Aqua satellite passed over the US Southwest and captured infrared data on the clouds associated with former Tropical Cyclone Newton.
NASA takes parting look at Hermine Thursday September 8th, 2016 04:00:00 AM
(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) Satellite imagery showed that Post-Tropical Cyclone Hermine was just a swirl of clouds with no rainfall off the coast of southeastern Massachusetts on Thursday, Sept. 8. Just two days earlier, the GPM satellite saw that Hermine was still generating some rainfall.
NIST and Navy tests suggest telecom networks could back up GPS time signals Thursday September 8th, 2016 04:00:00 AM
(National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)) The National Institute of Standards and Technology and the US Naval Observatory, which operate US civilian and military time standards, respectively, have worked with two companies -- Monroe, Louisiana-based CenturyLink, and Aliso Viejo, California-based Microsemi -- to identify a practical GPS backup possibility: commercial fiber-optic telecommunications networks.
Social networks enable smart household appliances to make better recommendations Thursday September 8th, 2016 04:00:00 AM
(University of the Basque Country ) In his Ph.D. thesis, David Nuñez, a UPV/EHU computer engineer, has improved the tools for predicting the trust that a user will place in another in his/her social environment and has come up with a new algorithm that selects in less time the minimum set of users of a social network capable of influencing the maximum possible number of users of the network.
UBC research could help local governments plan together Thursday September 8th, 2016 04:00:00 AM
(University of British Columbia Okanagan campus) A new approach to modelling land use change developed at UBC could help cities and towns better coordinate their land-use planning efforts.The approach can enhance existing computer planning models, better enabling planners to consider how the land-use patterns of their neighbors could impact planning in their own communities.
Negative experiences on Facebook linked to increased depression risk in young adults Thursday September 8th, 2016 04:00:00 AM
(Brown University) A unique new study of young adults finds that negative experiences on Facebook may increase the risk of depressive symptoms, suggesting that online social interactions have important consequences for mental health.
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Roller Coasters Could Help People Pass Kidney Stones, Says Study Tuesday September 27th, 2016 03:30:00 AM
An anonymous reader quotes a report from NBC News: Two researchers who took science to the amusement park say they've found that a thrilling roller coaster ride just might help people shake out pesky kidney stones. Dr. David Wartinger of Michigan State University said he'd heard patient after patient tell him about how they had passed kidney stones after riding one particular ride: the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad roller coaster at Walt Disney World in Orlando. He and a colleague, Dr. Marc Mitchell, had also ...
US Department of Labor Is Suing Peter Thiel's Startup 'Palantir' For Discriminating Against Asians Tuesday September 27th, 2016 02:10:00 AM
Palantir Technologies is a secretive start-up in Silicon Valley that specializes in big data analysis. It was founded in 2004 by Peter Thiel, Alex Karp, Joe Lonsdale, Stephen Cohen, and Nathan Gettings, and is backed by the FBI and CIA as it "helps government agencies track down terrorists and uncover financial fraud," according to Reuters. Today, the U.S. Department of Labor filed a lawsuit against the company, alleging that it discriminated against Asian job applicants. Reuters reports: The lawsuit alleges ...
Study: Earth Is At Its Warmest In 120,000 Years Tuesday September 27th, 2016 01:30:00 AM
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Washington Post: As part of her doctoral dissertation at Stanford University, Carolyn Snyder, now a climate policy official at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, created a continuous 2 million year temperature record, much longer than a previous 22,000 year record. Snyder's temperature reconstruction, published Monday in the journal Nature, doesn't estimate temperature for a single year, but averages 5,000-year time periods going back a couple million years. Snyder ...
Trump Takes On 'Crooked Hillary' With Snapchat Geofilter Tuesday September 27th, 2016 12:50:00 AM
In an effort to appeal to more young voters, U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has unveiled a "geofilter" ad campaign for Snapchat that slaps on the banner phrase "Donald J. Trump vs. Crooked Hillary" to a user's photo and video Snaps. Ars Technica reports: "The ad rolled out to American Snapchat users today, just ahead of the 2016 presidential election's first major debate between Trump and Hillary Clinton (the debate starts tonight at 9pm EDT). The ad joins the usual geofilter available to ...
Windows 10 Will Soon Run Edge In a Virtual Machine To Keep You Safe Tuesday September 27th, 2016 12:10:00 AM
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Microsoft has announced that the next major update to Windows 10 will run its Edge browser in a lightweight virtual machine. Running the update in a virtual machine will make exploiting the browser and attacking the operating system or compromising user data more challenging. Called Windows Defender Application Guard for Microsoft Edge, the new capability builds on the virtual machine-based security that was first introduced last summer in Windows 10. Windows ...
Researcher Modifies Sieve of Eratosthenes To Work With Less Physical Memory Space Monday September 26th, 2016 11:30:00 PM
grcumb writes: Peruvian mathematician Harald Helfgott made his mark on the history of mathematics by solving Goldbach's weak conjecture, which states that every odd number greater than 7 can be expressed as the sum of three prime numbers. Now, according to Scientific American, he's found a better solution to the sieve of Eratosthenes: "In order to determine with this sieve all primes between 1 and 100, for example, one has to write down the list of numbers in numerical order and start crossing them out in a ...
ISP To FCC: Using The Internet Is Like Eating Oreos Monday September 26th, 2016 10:45:00 PM
New submitter Rick Schumann shares with us a report highlighting an analogy presented by an ISP that relates Double Stuf Oreos to the internet. Specifically, that Double Stuf Oreos cost more than regular Oreos, and therefore you should pay more for internet: The Consumerist reports: "Ars Technica first spotted the crumbly filing, from small (and much-loathed) provider Mediacom. Mediacom's comment is in response to the same proceeding that Netflix commented on earlier this month. However, while Netflix actually ...
Mozilla's Proposed Conclusion: Game Over For WoSign and Startcom? Monday September 26th, 2016 10:05:00 PM
Reader Zocalo writes: Over the last several months Mozilla has been investigating a large number of breaches of what Mozilla deems to be acceptable CA protocols by the Chinese root CA WoSign and their perhaps better known subsidiary StartCom, whose acquisition by WoSign is one of the issues in question. Mozilla has now published their proposed solution (GoogleDocs link), and it's not looking good for WoSign and Startcom. Mozilla's position is that they have lost trust in WoSign and, by association StartCom, ...
Japanese To Pay Utility Bills Using Bitcoin Monday September 26th, 2016 09:25:00 PM
An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Stack: Japanese citizens will soon be able to pay their utility bills using bitcoin. The facility is being provided by Coincheck Denki, a new service offered by the Japanese bitcoin company, which will be available to users in November. Coincheck outlined the new plan on its website. Also called 'Coincheck Electricity,' it will allow users to pay their electricity bills directly from their Coincheck bitcoin wallet. It also offers a discount plan for heavy users of ...
China's Giant Radio Telescope Begins Searching For Signals From Space Monday September 26th, 2016 08:45:00 PM
Years of work and millions of dollars later, China finished its alien-hunting telescope in May this year. Now the country says its telescope has begun its operation. The company flipped the switch over the weekend, hoping to find signals from stars and galaxies -- and more importantly from extraterrestrial life. The telescope also illustrates China's growing ambition to stay among the frontrunners in space efforts. AP reports: Beijing has poured billions into such ambitious scientific projects as well as its ...
The Idaho Chapter of the Tripoli Rocketry Association
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Annual Meeting Tuesday September 30th, 2014 01:03:21 PM firstname.lastname@example.org (Administrator)
We completed our annual meeting Friday Jan 8, 2016. The new launch schedule can be found on the launch schedule page of this site. A couple of launch schedule notes. SPUDRoc will occur April 30, May 1 as the primary dates. If we move it, the backup will be two weeks later to avoid Mother's Day. The Bird's of Prey primary date is Oct 1 as a single day launch. We will decide in September whether to change it to a two day launch. We may also move it later in the month. Officers remain the same as last year. Greg ...
Next TIR Launch Tuesday September 21st, 2010 07:00:00 AM
We are hoping to fly this coming weekend October 1,2. We need to get a read on the weather and get a final OK from the BLM fire manager. Stay tuned! Equipment set-up at 9:30a.m. with the 40,000' AGL waiver activated from 10am until 6pm or until there are no more rockets flying. Port-a-potties will be on site. Spectators are welcome to attend, but are forewarned that high-power rocketry is an inherently dangerous activity and observers assume all risk. Please, no pets allowed, per BLM rules. Insured non-members* ...
Next TIR Meeting Saturday March 6th, 2010 12:00:00 AM
The next informal meeting of the Tripoli Idaho rocketry club will be held on Wednesday October 5th, 6:30 p.m. at the Idaho Pizza Company, 7100 Fairview Ave. near Cole Rd. Everyone is welcome! Join us.
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Red Bull: Avaatara Tuesday January 5th, 2016 10:20:32 PM admin
A rock climbing 1st ascent, by David Lama, out of the other worldly Baatara Gorge in Lebanon. David named the Route “Avaatara”, a combination of the place Baatara and the movie title “Avatar” that the gorge resembles. Client: Red Bull Production Services: Novus Select – Corey Rich Productions Director: Corey Rich Director of Photography: Dane Henry Aerial & MoVI:... read more >
The Noble Spirt Documentary Tuesday April 8th, 2014 09:04:18 PM admin
“In December 2010, ski adventurer and world traveler Fred Noble was diagnosed with ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Since his diagnosis, Fred has dedicated his time to raising funds and awareness about the disease. Fred has faced this final, most challenging obstacle in his life with vigor and fortitude, working to... read more >
“Framework” a Josh Daiek Ski Short Film Tuesday March 25th, 2014 04:57:32 PM admin
We had the pleasure of cutting Josh Daiek’s latest ski segment “Framework”. Some beautiful footage of Josh deep in the snow covered framework of Sandon, BC Footage from Salomon Freeski TV Cinematography by Switchback Entertainment Edit by Dane Henry – Deep Roots Media
The Legacy Collection: Kirkwood Mountain Monday November 4th, 2013 03:58:49 PM admin
This is Kirkwood…remote, deep, steep and special. Kirkwood Mountain has now launched The Legacy Collection, a showcase site for the branding videos produced by Deep Roots Media. I had the great pleasure to shoot and produce these videos for Kirkwood Mountain’s 13/14′ branding. We were tasked with telling the story of the special place that... read more >
Time In The Pines – Climbing Series Friday September 20th, 2013 03:20:38 PM admin
Deep Roots Media along with SkyPoint Visuals are producing a series of rock climbing shorts based around the Tahoe basin’s new era of hard but classic boulder problems. Over the past few years a select group of hard climbing Tahoe locals have been scouring the area and secretly been picking off world class granite problems.... read more >
creativeLive Still and Motion: Storytelling on Location Thursday August 22nd, 2013 10:25:24 PM admin
To all my video and photo geek brethern, don’t miss Corey Rich’s creativeLive on-line live course next week, August 26th-28th. I will be there helping go over shooting and video editing skills and Sean Haverstock will be showing off the latest tech in camera stabilization. It’s free if you watch it live…so don’t miss it! Here is... read more >
Hand Held Gimbal: Tahoe Test Drive Tuesday August 13th, 2013 10:51:04 PM admin
Brushless motor driven Hand Held Gimbals are the latest tech everyone is clamoring about these days for creating limitless & smooth tracking shots. My good friend Sean Haverstock of SkyPoint Visuals, an ariel and handheld stabilization cinematography company, has built one here in Tahoe and we took it for it 1st... read more >
Red Bull: Rusch Hour Friday June 7th, 2013 04:24:43 AM admin
Rebecca Rusch is tougher than you…and me and just about anyone else out there. Last week I had the great pleasure to document an athlete, at the height of her discipline, dig into the deeper places one has to go to topple a monumental challenge. Corey Rich, myself and RC Heli Pilot,... read more >
NCAA – Marc Buoniconti Story Monday March 18th, 2013 11:50:23 PM admin
Earlier this year I had the pleasure of shooting Marc Buoniconti in Miami, Florida for the “NCAA/Buick Human Highlight Reel” Series. Watch the piece to learn more about his passion, will and drive that keeps him pushing for the cure of paralysis. This was a quick one day shoot for DLP Entertainment with Producer Adam Goldberg.... read more >
Spike TV – Playback360 Shoot Sunday February 10th, 2013 11:23:05 PM admin
Deep Roots Media was up at Northstar California shooting 2 episodes of Playbook360 for SpikeTV hosted by Dhani Jones. We had a couple of great athletes for the shoot, X Games Slopestyle Gold Medalist Jamie Anderson and X Games Halfpipe Gold Medalists David Wise. The Northstar Marketing team gave us great access to the zones... read more >
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Syndicate Press v1.0.32 released: SSL and url redirection support Sunday February 8th, 2015 02:19:07 AM HenryRanch LLC
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Easy mod to bypass that pesky TRRS analog video connector on the Raspberry Pi B+ Monday January 19th, 2015 03:11:22 AM HenryRanch LLC
Here’s a super easy mod to bypass the TRRS connector on a Raspberry Pi B+: http://henryranch.net/hardware/raspberry-pi-b-using-analog-video-without-a-4-pin-adapter-cable/
New dual head 3D printer extruder available from clough42.com Thursday January 15th, 2015 04:50:40 PM HenryRanch LLC
The much awaited Itty Bitty Double Extruder is now available from http://clough42.com. This new extruder is custom designed using lighter weight stepper motors along with a dynamically controlled cooling fan. A calibration block and calculator are also available which make setup a breeze.
Easy tip to reclaim space on your Raspberry Pi! Sunday November 30th, 2014 02:26:52 AM HenryRanch LLC
Hey there Pi people. Here’s a quick tip on how to reclaim ~460MB from the default Raspian installation: http://henryranch.net/hardware/raspberry-pi-remove-wolfram-and-reclaim-some-space/
Syndicate Press 1.0.30 Released Saturday March 29th, 2014 02:58:55 PM HenryRanch LLC
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Syndicate Press now supports lightbox popups in version 1.0.29 Saturday November 9th, 2013 04:51:44 PM HenryRanch LLC
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New tutorial on how to herd chickens back into their coop Saturday July 6th, 2013 04:29:17 PM HenryRanch LLC
Henryranch.net has just posted a great new tutorial on how to herd chickens! You thought it could never be done, but we show you how to herd 10, 20, 50, even 100 chickens! Learn how to herd chickens here: http://henryranch.net/tutorials/how-to-herd-chickens-back-into-their-cage/
New review of the Baofeng Dual Band Ham Radio Thursday June 27th, 2013 02:54:50 PM HenryRanch LLC
Wow! Just got the new Baofeng Dual Band Ham Radio and am loving it! Check out my new review here: http://henryranch.net/reviews/baofeng-uv5r-ham-radio-review/.
Syndicate Press version 1.0.20 released Monday December 31st, 2012 01:40:44 PM HenryRanch LLC
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The struggles of America's forgotten working class | J.D. Vance Monday September 26th, 2016 03:22:05 PM email@example.com (TED Conferences LLC)
J.D. Vance grew up in a small, poor city in the Rust Belt of southern Ohio, where he had a front-row seat to many of the social ills plaguing America: a heroin epidemic, failing schools, families torn apart by divorce and sometimes violence. In a searching talk that will echo throughout the country's working-class towns, the author details what the loss of the American Dream feels like and raises an important question that everyone from community leaders to policy makers needs to ask: How can we help kids from ...
We can fight terror without sacrificing our rights | Rebecca MacKinnon Friday September 23rd, 2016 02:17:46 PM firstname.lastname@example.org (TED Conferences LLC)
Can we fight terror without destroying democracy? Internet freedom activist Rebecca MacKinnon thinks that we'll lose the battle against extremism and demagoguery if we censor the internet and press. In this critical talk, she calls for a doubling-down on strong encryption and appeals to governments to better protect, not silence, the journalists and activists fighting against extremists.
The era of personal DNA testing is here | Sebastian Kraves Thursday September 22nd, 2016 02:35:01 PM email@example.com (TED Conferences LLC)
From improving vaccines to modifying crops to solving crimes, DNA technology has transformed our world. Now, for the first time in history, anyone can experiment with DNA at home, in their kitchen, using a device smaller than a shoebox. We are living in a personal DNA revolution, says biotech entrepreneur Sebastian Kraves, where the secrets buried in DNA are yours to find.
Why open a school? To close a prison | Nadia Lopez Wednesday September 21st, 2016 02:59:41 PM firstname.lastname@example.org (TED Conferences LLC)
Our kids are our future, and it's crucial they believe it themselves. That's why Nadia Lopez opened an academic oasis in Brownsville, Brooklyn, one of the most underserved and violent neighborhoods in New York -- because she believes in every child's brilliance and capabilities. In this short, energizing talk, the founding principal of Mott Hall Bridges Academy (and a star of Humans of New York) shares how she helps her scholars envision a brighter future for themselves and their families.
Why you should know how much your coworkers get paid | David Burkus Tuesday September 20th, 2016 03:09:39 PM email@example.com (TED Conferences LLC)
How much do you get paid? How does it compare to the people you work with? You should know, and so should they, says management researcher David Burkus. In this talk, Burkus questions our cultural assumptions around keeping salaries secret and makes a compelling case for why sharing them could benefit employees, organizations and society.
Let's make voting fun again | Eric Liu Monday September 19th, 2016 03:03:54 PM firstname.lastname@example.org (TED Conferences LLC)
Many people like to talk about how important voting is, how it's your civic duty and responsibility as an adult. Eric Liu agrees with all that, but he also thinks it's time to bring joy back to the ballot box. The former political speechwriter details how he and his team are fostering the culture around voting in the 2016 US presidential election -- and closes with a powerful analysis of why anyone eligible should show up on Election Day.
Why some people are more altruistic than others | Abigail Marsh Friday September 16th, 2016 02:47:18 PM email@example.com (TED Conferences LLC)
Why do some people do selfless things, helping other people even at risk to their own well-being? Psychology researcher Abigail Marsh studies the motivations of people who do extremely altruistic acts, like donating a kidney to a complete stranger. Are their brains just different?
Architecture that's built to heal | Michael Murphy Thursday September 15th, 2016 03:03:59 PM firstname.lastname@example.org (TED Conferences LLC)
Architecture is more than a clever arrangement of bricks. In this eloquent talk, Michael Murphy shows how he and his team look far beyond the blueprint when they're designing. Considering factors from airflow to light, theirs is a holistic approach that produces community as well as (beautiful) buildings. He takes us on a tour of projects in countries such as Rwanda and Haiti, and reveals a moving, ambitious plan for The Memorial to Peace and Justice, which he hopes will heal hearts in the American South.
How fear of nuclear power is hurting the environment | Michael Shellenberger Wednesday September 14th, 2016 02:51:50 PM email@example.com (TED Conferences LLC)
"We're not in a clean energy revolution; we're in a clean energy crisis," says climate policy expert Michael Shellenberger. His surprising solution: nuclear. In this passionate talk, he explains why it's time to overcome longstanding fears of the technology, and why he and other environmentalists believe it's past time to embrace nuclear as a viable and desirable source of clean power.
How to raise successful kids -- without over-parenting | Julie Lythcott-Haims Tuesday September 13th, 2016 03:08:37 PM firstname.lastname@example.org (TED Conferences LLC)
By loading kids with high expectations and micromanaging their lives at every turn, parents aren't actually helping. At least, that's how Julie Lythcott-Haims sees it. With passion and wry humor, the former Dean of Freshmen at Stanford makes the case for parents to stop defining their children's success via grades and test scores. Instead, she says, they should focus on providing the oldest idea of all: unconditional love.
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Ford L8000 spudtuck Tuesday September 27th, 2016 02:30:44 AM Ben
ford L8000 – runs good-20’spudnick box. $9500.00
30′ Parma Roller Harrow Tuesday September 27th, 2016 02:27:14 AM Ben
30′ Parma Roller Harrow-large ring- 4-bar. Excellent condition- $40,000.00
12′ Eversman land plane Thursday September 22nd, 2016 07:31:05 PM Ben
12′ Eversman Landplane-Very Good Condition- $6800.00
JD 12 Row 22″ Corn Head Saturday September 17th, 2016 02:13:09 AM Ben
Chain drive- nice head- $13000.00
12 row 22″ JD Head Saturday September 17th, 2016 02:10:34 AM Ben
Good condition $15500.00
Claas 900 Friday September 16th, 2016 04:00:43 AM Ben
Claas 900 chopper-Newer 635 Orbis head-updated processor- always shredded-lots of extras- 4259 eng hrs- 3858 sep hrs-$155000.00
Freightliner Potato Truck Thursday September 15th, 2016 08:22:35 AM Ben
350 hp cummins motor-Double L Bed- Nice Truck $15500.00
4430 John Deere Thursday September 15th, 2016 08:17:56 AM Ben
4430 JD Tractor- Runs Good-12.4R 46 rubber- has duals- Transmission has been rebuilt(Have papers). $13500.00
Fabco 20′ Roller Harrow Thursday September 15th, 2016 08:12:11 AM Ben
Fabco 20′ Roller Harrow- Good Condition-$11500.00
8460 Dyna VT Massey F Thursday September 15th, 2016 08:09:17 AM Ben
8460 Dyna VT – Good Condition-7000Hrs- 14.9 Rubber- Wholesale trade in$ 57000.00
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Daniel G. Siegel: summing up 79 Monday September 26th, 2016 03:52:00 PM
i am trying to build a jigsaw puzzle which has no lid and is missing half of the pieces. i am unable to show you what it will be, but i can show you some of the pieces and why they matter to me. if you are building a different puzzle, it is possible that these pieces won't mean much to you, maybe they won't fit or they won't fit yet. then again, these might just be the pieces you're looking for. this is summing up, please find previous editions here. No to NoUI, by Timo Arnall We must abandon invisibility ...
Karen Sandler: ContractPatch, Step 2: Understanding the power balance Monday September 26th, 2016 03:08:42 PM
Employment agreements are one of the things that I’m asked the most regularly about in the free and open source software world, almost rivaling questions about licenses. My responses have always been the usual lawyerly responses of This Is Not Legal Advice and while I Am A Lawyer, I Am Not Your Lawyer (I’m generally not acting as a lawyer on behalf of Conservancy as its Executive Director either). But even from my early days of being involved with free software, I have seen that there’s a lack of understanding ...
Luis Villa: Public licenses and data: So what to do instead? Monday September 26th, 2016 03:05:19 PM
I just explained why open and copyleft licensing, which work fairly well in the software context, might not be legally workable, or practically a good idea, around data. So what to do instead? tl;dr: say no to licenses, say yes to norms. “Day 43-Sharing” by A. David Holloway, under CC BY 2.0. Partial solutions In this complex landscape, it should be no surprise that there are no perfect solutions. I’ll start with two behaviors that can help. Education and lawyering: just say no If you’re ...
Michael Catanzaro: Epiphany Icon Refresh Monday September 26th, 2016 02:09:33 PM
We have a nice new app icon for Epiphany 3.24, thanks to Jakub Steiner: Our new icon. Ignore the version numbers, it’s for 3.24. Wow pretty! The old icon was not actually specific to Epiphany, but was taken from the system, so it could be totally different depending on your icon theme. Here’s the icon currently used in GNOME, for comparison: The old icon, for comparison You can view the new icon it in its full 512×512 glory by navigating to about:web: It’s big (click for full size) (The old GNOME ...
Marco Barisione: Bye bye Bromium, hello Undo Monday September 26th, 2016 09:36:19 AM
In March 2015, I joined Bromium to work on a very cool security product. Unfortunately, my project was put on hold and I was not really interested in the new one, so I decided to leave. In a couple of weeks, I will start working for Undo on their reversible debugger. Imagine how cool it is to just wait to reproduce a bug and then step backwards to see what caused it instead of spending hours in a debugger hoping for a bug to happen! And all of this without affecting performance much!
Bastian Ilsø Hougaard: Behind the GNOME 3.22 Release Video Monday September 26th, 2016 08:43:26 AM
Every six months GNOME 3.22 releases and for the past six releases I’ve produced a release video to accompany our release notes. Click the image to watch on youtube. Also available as download (Ogg Theora). Schedule-wise a number of things were different for producing the video. I started later than usual this release. The voice-over was also produced later in the production phase than usual. In total I spent 18 days working on the video. This is less than usual. The time saving mostly stems from spending ...
Jim Hall: Great first year at LAS GNOME! Sunday September 25th, 2016 09:26:00 PM email@example.com (Jim Hall)
This was the first year of the Libre Application Summit, hosted by GNOME (aka "LAS GNOME"). Congratulations to the LAS GNOME team for a successful launch of this new conference! I hope to see more of them.In case you missed LAS GNOME, the conference was in Portland, Oregon. I thoroughly enjoyed this very walkable city. Portland is a great place for a conference venue. When I booked my hotel, I found lots of hotel options within easy walking distance to the LAS GNOME location. I walked every day, but you could ...
Ignacio Casal Quinteiro: Wing Sunday September 25th, 2016 11:37:41 AM
Wing is a library which provides GLib-like API to some Windows API. The goal of this library is twofold: provide GLib-friendly integration points with Windows specific concepts be a testing ground for API that may be included in GLib/GIO/Gtk+ once they are proven to be generally useful Currently it already provides api for: Named pipes Windows services A GSource to poll from windows handles Utilities to get the type of operating system and the version. You can find the git repository in: https://git.gnome.org/browse/wing As ...
Jiri Eischmann: We’re looking for a GNOME developer Friday September 23rd, 2016 03:24:46 PM
We in the Red Hat desktop team are looking for a junior software developer who will work on GNOME. Particularly in printing and document viewing areas of the project. The location of the position is Brno, Czech Republic, where you’d join a truly international team of desktop developers. It’s a junior position, so candidates just off the university, or even still studying are welcome. We require solid English communication skills and experience with C (and ideally C++, too). But what is a huge plus is experience ...
Jiri Eischmann: LibreOffice Conference 2016 Friday September 23rd, 2016 03:24:46 PM
LibreOffice Conference 2016 is over and for us organizers it’s a time to reflect. It was the third big open source desktop conference we’ve managed to get to Brno (after GUADEC 2013 and Akademy 2014). 3 days of talks, 150 attendees from all over the world, 4 social events. The conference went pretty well from the organizational point of view. Feedback has been very positive so far. People liked the city, the venue (FIT BUT campus is really, really nice), the parties, and catering during the conference. ...
Sci-Fi Writer, Modeler and Baseball Fan
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Triak Starfighter Build, Part 2 Saturday September 24th, 2016 03:15:22 PM KenMcConnell
The build continues, this time focusing on the engine intake areas. Lots of putty, and sanding occurred. Sometimes you go old school and just screw it together. Test fitting the engine nacelles and intakes to the fuselage. The inside area gets some detail attention. She even has a radiator! The engines glued on and some putty applied to even [...]
Triak Starfighter Build, Part 1 Friday September 23rd, 2016 08:59:12 PM KenMcConnell
This design was originally named the Terror Diver and was first drawn by me in the late 1980’s. Below is the scrap of paper I doodled on that also included the Spieron starfighter. The above drawing was done by an artist on DeviantArt I can no longer recall his name. For this 1/32 scale design I [...]
K’nat Starfighter Build, Part 3 Thursday September 22nd, 2016 10:20:53 PM KenMcConnell
For the top deck detailing on the fighter I wanted a mixture of model parts and styrene. I ended up doing more styrene and less parts. Hopefully it looks good when I’m done. I know the model will be painted a matte black color, so texture will be important on this one. The canopy is frames [...]
K’nat Starfighter Build, Part 2 Thursday September 22nd, 2016 09:17:12 PM KenMcConnell
All the electronics are inside, tucked away and safe. Each LED gets a resister and the whole lot gets a slider switch that will be accessible behind hidden panels on the model’s bottom. The head lamps were installed in the nose and wired up through holes in the bulkhead. I tested all the lights and then glued the [...]
K’nat Starfighter Build, Part 1 Thursday September 22nd, 2016 08:37:09 PM KenMcConnell
The K’nat fighter is featured in an upcoming novella set after Starstrikers, Book 4 of the Star Saga. It was mentioned briefly in Starstrikers as being one of the fighters based on the Eclipse starship. The novella that features this starfighter is called K’nat Trap and my plan was to build one in 1/32 scale [...]
SS Weippe Build, Part 3 Tuesday September 20th, 2016 04:16:43 PM KenMcConnell
Primer on and now she’s looking like a proper starship. After primer you can usually spot the places that need more attention. The base coat of gray was a bit darker than the Sokol for contrast in age. I wanted the Weippe to be older and worn down a bit so weathering should reflect this. I used mostly [...]
SS Weippe Build, Part 2 Tuesday September 20th, 2016 04:04:40 PM KenMcConnell
The top deck of the head was scored for panel lines using the Tamiya panel scoring tool. I really like that tool. More bridge details are added. The side details went on pretty fast. Again, keeping the style as similar to the Sokol as possible to show the lineage. You can see the Sokol model in [...]
SS Weippe Build, Part 1 Tuesday September 20th, 2016 03:50:42 PM KenMcConnell
The SS Weippe is an old corvette class starship featured in my novel, Corvette. Corvette takes place about 30 years before Starforgers, Book 1 of the Star Saga. The design is similar to the SS Sokol but smaller. This ship is already close to fifty years old when the novel takes place and by the [...]
Scrambler Build, Part 2 Monday September 19th, 2016 09:10:45 PM KenMcConnell
Putty, sanding, primer and repeat. This model has become a lesson on how to putty a model. Or perhaps how not to. I’ve purchased and used just about every kind of modeling putty made. I much prefer the water based putties mostly because they don’t stink nearly as badly. The first attempt is splotchy and rough. Sanding [...]
Scrambler Build, Part 1 Monday September 19th, 2016 08:51:56 PM KenMcConnell
Before Devon Ardel became a hot shot pilot for the Federation Alliance, she was a pretty good Stellar Ranger pilot. The fighter she flew for the Rangers was the Scrambler. When I initially started writing the Ranger short stories I drew this picture of the Scrambler. The design was a bit of a throwback to [...]
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Announcing Selenium 3.0-beta1 Friday July 29th, 2016 01:20:26 AM shs96c
At SeleniumConf in 2013, we announced that a new major version of Selenium would be released “by Christmas”. Fortunately, we never said which Christmas, as it has taken us a while to make all the changes we wanted to make! We’re excited to announce the release of the first beta — Selenium 3.0.0-beta1. We’d love […]
Fall Selenium Conf, Save the Date & Call for Speakers! Thursday June 23rd, 2016 12:09:10 PM Tour de Dave
We’re excited to announce that we’ve finally determined where and when Selenium Conf will be happening this Fall. Our initial goal was to bring the event to a new country, but for a number of reasons that proved more challenging than we’d hoped. But in 2012 we had the 2nd annual Selenium Conf in London, and we’re pleased […]
Selenium Conf India 2016 Update Monday February 8th, 2016 05:47:33 PM Tour de Dave
Selenium Conf India is happening this June 24-26 in Bangalore, India. Tickets, call for speakers, and sponsorship slots are now available! http://2016.seleniumconf.in/
Selenium Conf India — Save The Date! Monday December 21st, 2015 04:28:11 PM Tour de Dave
In our last update we mentioned there will be 2 Selenium Confs in 2016 — one in India, another somewhere else (TBD). Well, we are pleased to announce the official dates and location for Selenium Conf India! When: June 24th & 25th, 2016 Where: Bangalore, India (at The Chancery Pavilion Hotel) Mark you calendars! We’ll have more details as […]
Selenium Conf 2016 Friday November 6th, 2015 05:26:19 PM Tour de Dave
Interested in learning what’s in store for Se Conf 2016? Then be sure to read this write-up from the Conference Organizers. Also, if you want to receive email notifications about the conference (e.g., when and where it will be, call for speakers, ticket sales, etc.) then go here and complete the sign-up form.
Selenium Conf 2015 Update Saturday August 8th, 2015 03:00:56 PM Tour de Dave
Selenium 2015 is just around the corner (September 8-10). Since our last post we have: confirmed Keynote speakers finalized workshop presenters selected the talks for the conference You can see keynote & workshop info here, and the selected talks here. If you still need a ticket, the last block of tickets are on sale NOW. If […]
Selenium Conf 2015 Details Thursday June 11th, 2015 04:00:33 PM Tour de Dave
The Selenium Conf 2015 website is live! You can now: – purchase tickets (while supplies last) – find out venue information – submit a talk – learn more about our talk selection process (tl;dr it is a blind review process to encourage diversity) What are you waiting for? Go to the conference website already!
Selenium Conf 2015 – Save The Date Wednesday May 13th, 2015 04:23:18 PM Tour de Dave
Selenium Conf is coming to Portland, Oregon this year! It will be happening on September 8, 9, and 10. Mark your calendars. Stay tuned for details!
IntelliJ Sunday February 8th, 2015 02:15:01 PM shs96c
Every year, Jetbrains are kind enough to donate an OSS license for IntelliJ to the Selenium project. As part of that process, they’ve asked that we review the product and (kudos to them!) have been clear that they hope we’re open and honest. So, I’ll be open and honest. When I tell people that I’m a professional […]
Selenium Hangout 6 Recap Tuesday December 23rd, 2014 01:28:50 AM Tour de Dave
01:35 – 9:45 W3C Update Notes from most recent W3C Meeting Highlights: – changes to the get_attribute method call – screenshots (changing to viewport only, eventually will support whole page) – The WebDriver W3C working group has a GitHub repo now – WebDriver will move from a “REST-ish” to a more “RESTful” interface 11:23 – 16:00 […]
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Child TB deaths set to fall as Kenya launches new drugs Tuesday September 27th, 2016 12:18:35 AM
By Katy Migiro NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - More children are likely to survive tuberculosis, the leading infectious disease killer, after Kenya introduces child-friendly medicines on Oct. 1 - the first country in the world to do so. Some 155,000 children with TB are set to benefit across 18 countries that have already ordered the new medicines and are preparing to roll them out, starting with Kenya, according to the TB Alliance campaign group that oversaw their development. "Now, with the appropriate ...
Cancer patients may be overly optimistic about early drug trial participation Monday September 26th, 2016 09:58:06 PM
By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) - People with cancer may overestimate the possible benefits to them of participating in an early trial of a new medicine, even after talking with a doctor about what to expect, according to a new study from the U.K. So-called phase 1 trials of experimental treatments are intended to test the drug's safety. Just 4 percent to 20 percent of participants may see their cancer respond to the drug, the authors write in the journal Cancer.
Kite immunotherapy drug helps blood cancer patients in study Monday September 26th, 2016 09:40:37 PM
(Reuters) - Kite Pharma Inc on Monday said its experimental CAR T-cell therapy, which helps the immune system fight cancer, was highly effective in treating aggressive non-Hodgkin lymphoma, although two deaths were related to the drug, according to interim data from a midstage trial. Shares of Kite, which had been halted before the release of the news, rose 11 percent when trading resumed. Some 76 percent of patients taking the drug, called KTE-C19, showed significant tumor shrinkage, including 47 percent who ...
More U.S. babies born addicted to opiates like heroin Monday September 26th, 2016 09:40:13 PM
By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - The proportion of U.S. babies born suffering from withdrawal syndrome after exposure to heroin or prescription opiates in utero has more than doubled in less than a decade, a study suggests. Researchers focused on what’s known as neonatal abstinence syndrome, a condition akin to withdrawal that develops when babies essentially become addicted to drugs their mothers use during pregnancy. Nationally, the rate of neonatal abstinence syndrome involving mothers’ use of opiates ...
Walking is medicine? It helped high-risk seniors stay mobile Monday September 26th, 2016 09:08:26 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) — It's not too late to get moving: Simple physical activity — mostly walking — helped high-risk seniors stay mobile after disability-inducing ailments even if, at 70 and beyond, they'd long been couch potatoes.
Poor exercise habits may follow teens into adulthood Monday September 26th, 2016 08:08:31 PM
By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Most American teenagers don’t get enough exercise, and they often stick with their sedentary ways as they enter adulthood, a U.S. study suggests. More than 9 in 10 adolescents fail to get the minimum 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous daily physical activity recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), researchers report in the journal Pediatrics. “Physical inactivity is one of the major predictors of childhood and adolescent obesity, the consequences ...
Mylan faces scrutiny over EpiPen profit data shown to Congress Monday September 26th, 2016 07:39:41 PM
Mylan has been widely criticized for sharply raising the price of EpiPens, which are carried by people with life-threatening allergies. Mylan, which acquired the product in 2007, has raised the list price for a pair of EpiPens to $600 from about $100 in 2008. Lawmakers are trying to determine whether Mylan made more money on EpiPen than warranted from state Medicaid programs by having it classified as a generic product, resulting in much smaller rebates to the government health plans.
Nestle executive Cantarell quits after 40 years, sparking reshuffle Monday September 26th, 2016 07:27:10 PM
Luis Cantarell, who heads Nestle's Europe, Middle East and North Africa zone and has been an advocate of blurring the lines between food and pharmaceuticals, is stepping down after 40 years, the Swiss company said on Monday. Cantarell will be replaced in January by Marco Settembri, head of Nestle's water division, which will now be run by Maurizio Paternello, who moves from Nestle Russia and Eurasia, the company said in a statement.
Drugmaker Pfizer decides not to break up business Monday September 26th, 2016 07:12:11 PM
Drug giant Pfizer says it won't split into two publicly traded companies, despite pressure from investors frustrated by its lagging stock price, ending years of Wall Street speculation over its strategy ...
Clovis short sellers undaunted as stock price surges Monday September 26th, 2016 07:05:14 PM
By Lewis Krauskopf NEW YORK (Reuters) - Clovis Oncology Inc's share price has doubled in the past month, fueled by positive developments for the company's experimental cancer drug and takeover speculation. The biotech company said late last month its experimental ovarian cancer treatment would be reviewed on a priority basis, with U.S. regulators expected to rule on the drug, rucaparib, by Feb 23. Shares of Clovis, which has climbed to a market value of about $1.4 billion, rose steadily in the past month, from ...
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SR-153 - Northbound - Hamilton - Highway Maintenance - Scheduled No timestamp info...
State Route 153 northbound in Hamilton County - Highway Maintenance - Scheduled between I-75 NB LNS. and SR-2 LEE HWY. reported at 8:10 PM 9/26/2016 and estimated to be cleared by 6:00 AM 9/27/2016 (Eastern Time Zone). Northbound traffic is affected with left lanes blocked. Southbound traffic is affected with no delays.
SR-373 - Westbound - Marshall - High Traffic Volumes - Special Event No timestamp info...
State Route 373 westbound in Marshall County - High Traffic Volumes - Special Event between W. END AVE. N. and KIRKLAND RD. reported at 8:00 AM 10/8/2016 and estimated to be cleared by 11:00 AM 10/8/2016 (Central Time Zone). Westbound traffic is affected with roadway closed. Eastbound traffic is affected with roadway closed.
I-24 - Eastbound - Hamilton - Highway Maintenance - Unscheduled No timestamp info...
Interstate 24 eastbound in Hamilton County - Highway Maintenance - Unscheduled at EXIT 175: BROWNS FERRY RD. / LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN reported at 5:23 PM 9/26/2016 and estimated to be cleared by 4:23 PM 9/27/2016 (Eastern Time Zone). Eastbound traffic is affected with the off-ramp blocked. Westbound traffic is affected with no delays.
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