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  • dwdyer

    dwdyer

    March 10, 2015, 7:39 pm

    I've got it. Haven't read it all yet but so far it's nothing special. There are a few nuggets towards the end of some of the interviews but the biographical stuff is mostly uninteresting.

    One thing that really stands out though is what a poor effort Apress have made in editing it. It's full of errors in the text. Not factual errors or spelling errors (they seem to have at least run a spell checker) but places where words are missing or the wrong word is used ("every" instead or "ever", "stared" instead of "started", etc.) The author can be forgiven typos in his draft but they really should be caught before publishing. It's not just one or two places, it's the most error-strewn book I've read.

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  • TheSquirrel

    TheSquirrel

    March 11, 2015, 1:15 am

    * Diet do's for her: Fruits, light fish and tea.

    * Diet don'ts: Coffee, kale, broccoli, red meat, **tobacco**.

    * She might need some air down there. Loose fitting panties or none at all. No synthetic material panties, tights, pantyhose or **thongs**.

    * Drink lots of water and get regular exercise.

    * If it reeks of a seafood dumpster, especially after her juices are mixed with semen, then it's bacterial vaginosis. Go to a doc and get antibiotics.

    How you can get your girl to change her lifestyle is the real problem here. I've heard it suggested on other forums that you might be able to get herself checked out if you make her smell obvious to her. Finger her and inconspicuously get those fingers within her smelling range.

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  • DLun203

    DLun203

    March 10, 2015, 8:38 am

    I went out one night to a party a week before leaving for school. My friend had recently harvested his plant. We smoked a good amount. It was free, so we smoked as much as our little hearts desired.

    I get in my car to drive home, but I made sure I put some rohto in my eyes first. I have 2 friends in the car that want to go to Wendy's, but it's almost 2 am (closing time at wendy's). We go anyways. We find that they closed right before we got there. In a fit of high rage, I peel out of the parking lot with 2 cop cars hidden across the street. They pull me over and give me a $103 ticket for "Unsafe Movement."

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  • Captain_Midnight

    Captain_Midnight

    March 10, 2015, 9:29 am

    >I don't have an account IN Bank of America, but thought it would be best if I could get the cash on hand instead of depositing the check in M&T Bank, where my account is, and having to wait a week for the transaction to go through.

    Also, if the bank manager says that they don't have a record of that bill's serial number, then they must have a record of all the other serial numbers on the bills that were transferred to the customer. In which case, the customer can *prove* that he was at least shorted $100, since the bank only has $1642 worth of serial numbers, instead of $1742.

    Interesting how the manager didn't therefore conclude that the customer had been shorted. After all, the serial numbers are all right there in their records. Instead, he denies that the counterfeit bill originated from their bank.

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  • SnacksOnAPlane

    SnacksOnAPlane

    March 10, 2015, 12:04 pm

    Can someone please explain life insurance to me?

    In the video, the guy they talk about has a $1.5 million policy. I assume that means that when he died, his company got $1.5 million. So for the insurance to be a profitable venture, his company must have kicked in more than $1.5 million, right?

    I hear about million-dollar life insurance policies all the time, and I don't know that many people who could afford to pay an insurance company over a mil, so something doesn't add up, since absolutely everyone dies. It doesn't even seem like insurance; it just seems like a bank account that pays out all at once on death.

    What am I missing?

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  • innocentbystander

    innocentbystander

    March 10, 2015, 11:42 am

    Yes, I understand that humans instinctively make judgments based on people's appearances... but that doesn't mean we should be actively encouraging such behavior and playing into the ages-old hateful stereotype of "dark == evil."

    But fantasy works *especially* tend to fall into that exact trap because His Royal Tolkienness did it, and no one stops to think that, for all its virtues, LOTR was the product of a somewhat racist mindset. (Yes, he was. Almost everyone at that time was. It's racist in the same way that Gone With The Wind was.) That's one aspect of his work that fantasy should really be trying to move away from... but no one bothers to try because it's too easy to just say "They're good because they're pretty!" and not bother challenging the genre conventions.

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  • colton36

    colton36

    March 10, 2015, 8:18 am

    That's true. .NET MF projects tend to be a lot more featured and the buck chips will not do the trick.

    For instance, the project I am working on now

    * uses TCP/IP via ethernet,

    * has a web server built in,

    * logs all the events onto a built-in microSD card,

    * has self-discovery (so that the client side apps can easily find it on the network),

    * interacts with multiple UARTs,

    * is programmable either via USB,

    * powers itself with POE (power over ethernet),

    * and much more.

    The resulting cost to build all this will be a bit over $100.

    You try and do this with MSP430.

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  • geomatrix

    geomatrix

    March 11, 2015, 2:51 am

    No, there is no code-transaction step. The whole trick relies on prime numbers.

    The sender (let's say Amazon.com) has his own private key, which are actually just two extremely large prime numbers. The receiver (and everyone on the internet interested on it) has got the public key, which is nothing more than the product of those primes.

    Now, the clue is, that there is no known fast way (and it is presumed but problably unprovable that none exists) to factorize a given number, besides some elegant brute force. To hack the code, one has to factorize this public key/number, but that takes a very very very long time, and that is what makes public key encryption so reliable.

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  • secondaryaccount

    secondaryaccount

    March 10, 2015, 5:14 pm

    Do you have insurance? Is it with a company that is morally good? You actually pay your insurance company. Are you then providing a service for them to continue operating?

    When I took this job, I wrestled with the possible moral issues that would arise. Then, I sat down and thought about the fact that my everyday is filled with supporting morally indecent companies. Disney is morally repugnant, but damn if I didn't buy *Finding Nemo*. Hate Marvel so much, but I sure did like *Iron Man*. Just because people don't take the time to realize the support they provide to companies they hate doesn't mean they don't provide said support.

    If I didn't have my job, someone would. Guaranteed. I don't hold it against people for hating insurance companies (as you'll see if you read my other responses). I guess I'd just rather people actually see if I'm doing my job morally or immorally before deciding they despise me.

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  • Kimmiko

    Kimmiko

    March 10, 2015, 2:05 pm

    "Now that she has been liberated from her "grand coalition" with the opposition socialists, Merkel, and her new ally Westerwelle, have a chance to rein in powerful labor unions, slash punitive taxes on both individuals and businesses, and deregulate an overregulated labor market."

    The author of the article is clueless...

    Merkel became almost left leaning during the grand coalition, and she wouldn't dare to destroy the social market.

    And she is for MORE regulation in the market...

    And they don't have anything to do with labor unions because in germany the state doesn't take sides between labor unions and corporations...

    Totall bullshit article, sorry...

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  • insomniac84

    insomniac84

    March 11, 2015, 2:10 am

    Reusing complicated shit. That is not simplification.

    Simplification is having less overall parts. Engineering the parts to be simpler and easier to work on. I had a Chrysler vehicle that had the battery inside the front driver side wheel well and the view under the hood was a sick mess.

    You pop the hood under a ford, chrysler, or gm and you see jumbles of wires and no space between components. You pop the hood under a Toyota and you see an engine hook right on the engine because it makes it easier to install and enough space around the engine that you could sit in. You can easily point at and reach every component.

    Less parts = simplification.

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