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Emlyn O'Regan 

Gentleman Aadvaark at Large

Occupation: CTO (Training Evidence Systems (formerly Ecampus))

Location: Adelaide

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2016-09-15 12:47:33 (9 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

So, why are there no computers in Stranger Things?

Most reshares: 8

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2016-09-17 23:06:18 (3 comments; 8 reshares; 25 +1s; )Open 

Most plusones: 25

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2016-09-24 23:58:34 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

If these things had a camera on one side, it'd be fine, but with them on both sides, it looks like weird chameleon eyes.

Snap your life.___If these things had a camera on one side, it'd be fine, but with them on both sides, it looks like weird chameleon eyes.

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2016-09-24 22:37:59 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

I wonder why they're pretending it's AI? I guess saying Facebook M is a mechanical Turk made of cheap third world workers isn't quite as sexy. But it's how a lot of Facebook already works. Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!

I wonder why they're pretending it's AI? I guess saying Facebook M is a mechanical Turk made of cheap third world workers isn't quite as sexy. But it's how a lot of Facebook already works. Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!___

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2016-09-24 10:36:11 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Here's one more, a sweet song called "I Sing", by local musical legend Andy Armstrong.

Here's one more, a sweet song called "I Sing", by local musical legend Andy Armstrong.___

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2016-09-24 10:35:54 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Left alone in the house...

Left alone in the house...___

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2016-09-24 10:17:26 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Here's one more, a sweet song called "I Sing", by local musical legend Andy Armstrong.

Here's one more, a sweet song called "I Sing", by local musical legend Andy Armstrong.___

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2016-09-24 09:21:47 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Left alone in the house...

Left alone in the house...___

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2016-09-24 03:22:26 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

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2016-09-23 12:21:05 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 20 +1s; )Open 

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2016-09-23 06:07:02 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Not sure if this might be the recording I actually heard?


Not sure if this might be the recording I actually heard?
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2016-09-23 05:05:49 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

This weekend, I'm going to port the interpreter for sUTL (my JSON transformation language) to Haxe, so I can transpile to everything. Oh yeah.

This weekend, I'm going to port the interpreter for sUTL (my JSON transformation language) to Haxe, so I can transpile to everything. Oh yeah.___

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2016-09-23 04:46:00 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

I just heard this in a mall, and it stopped me in my tracks. What a voice, I thought, great cover, finally some new singer who can really sing.

Ok Google, what's that song
"Tainted Love" (I knew that), Gloria Jones, 1964.

wat?

So this is the original. I've never heard it before.

Apparently rollerskating in the 80s lied to me. Soft Cell, you talentless cocks, you can fuck off.

I just heard this in a mall, and it stopped me in my tracks. What a voice, I thought, great cover, finally some new singer who can really sing.

Ok Google, what's that song
"Tainted Love" (I knew that), Gloria Jones, 1964.

wat?

So this is the original. I've never heard it before.

Apparently rollerskating in the 80s lied to me. Soft Cell, you talentless cocks, you can fuck off.___

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2016-09-22 02:56:40 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

Seems fair. wait, I read the detail. No, that stuff is never coming back. He should be waiting for the new digital socialism / anarchy.

He'll be in that job for ten years at least, though.

___Seems fair. wait, I read the detail. No, that stuff is never coming back. He should be waiting for the new digital socialism / anarchy.

He'll be in that job for ten years at least, though.

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2016-09-21 22:48:47 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Someone set this site up to share listings for companies who aren't interested in discriminating against experience.

❝ Old Geek Jobs is the best place to find and list tech jobs that actively encourage Old Geeks (35, 45, 55 and beyond) to apply. The companies below look forward to your application no matter how old you are. Follow us on Twitter @oldgeekjobs ❞

h/t +Jim Douglas (can't seem to get the right link here)

Someone set this site up to share listings for companies who aren't interested in discriminating against experience.

❝ Old Geek Jobs is the best place to find and list tech jobs that actively encourage Old Geeks (35, 45, 55 and beyond) to apply. The companies below look forward to your application no matter how old you are. Follow us on Twitter @oldgeekjobs ❞

h/t +Jim Douglas (can't seem to get the right link here)___

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2016-09-21 22:36:53 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

+Jodie O'Regan​

Trick or Treat___+Jodie O'Regan​

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2016-09-21 07:38:45 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

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2016-09-21 04:36:03 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

I think I've posted this before, but I just remembered how much I love it. Just remember when you watch it, this is about a real thing. Lol.

I think I've posted this before, but I just remembered how much I love it. Just remember when you watch it, this is about a real thing. Lol.___

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2016-09-21 01:58:47 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

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2016-09-21 00:30:32 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

No matter which style desk you choose, be sure to pick one that allows you to optimize the way that you work. Remember: it’s not about the code you write, but about the code you could have written, if only you’d had the right desk. Will we, as engineers, be lying on our death bed in the years to come, thinking, “I wish I’d written more code?” Of course we will! And having an optimal desk setup is one way to mitigate that eternal shame and regret.

My latest, terribly important treatise on engineering.

Many engineers feel that their productivity is killed by meetings, and that fewer meetings means more code and therefore greater productivity. Other engineers (typically managers who used to write code and like to pretend that they’re still engineers) feel that meetings are productive because they synergize and facilitate, enabling communication in an empowering means of forward-thinking thoughtfulness (or something like that).

https://medium.com/pointer-io/the-engineers-guide-to-desks-6b4d9862ba54#.551d54w7p___No matter which style desk you choose, be sure to pick one that allows you to optimize the way that you work. Remember: it’s not about the code you write, but about the code you could have written, if only you’d had the right desk. Will we, as engineers, be lying on our death bed in the years to come, thinking, “I wish I’d written more code?” Of course we will! And having an optimal desk setup is one way to mitigate that eternal shame and regret.

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2016-09-20 22:15:15 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

I've tried to make this as complete as possible.

I've tried to make this as complete as possible.___

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2016-09-20 10:38:37 (6 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

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2016-09-20 03:08:04 (5 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

A classic. Some people can code, some people can't. It seems to correlate with some people can think in "meaningless" systematic abstractions and some can't.

The grind of modern commercial programming is that those of us who can think this way are building things for those who can't. That's why UX is such a goddamn depressing field.

A classic. Some people can code, some people can't. It seems to correlate with some people can think in "meaningless" systematic abstractions and some can't.

The grind of modern commercial programming is that those of us who can think this way are building things for those who can't. That's why UX is such a goddamn depressing field.___

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2016-09-20 02:09:11 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

What reset? Both seed and late-stage valuations just hit record levels, says new report

What reset? Both seed and late-stage valuations just hit record levels, says new report___

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2016-09-19 23:05:06 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

This is the car I want. omg.

Electric VW Beetle | Fully Charged
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2016-09-19 22:56:57 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

It's up and running. If you share nothing else I post ever again, share the fucking shit out of this. My dog will die without this surgery.

gofundme.com/2pumm9vk

It's up and running. If you share nothing else I post ever again, share the fucking shit out of this. My dog will die without this surgery.

gofundme.com/2pumm9vk___

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2016-09-19 12:53:26 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

So I envision a request for tender: "Computer system for tracking civil forfeitures. Our budget is however much uncounted money we have". From an accounting point of view, it'd be free.

This sounds like a common use of the computers-are-hard/dumb/unpredictable excuse commonly used by by people who want to scapegoat their computers/systems for their own failings.___So I envision a request for tender: "Computer system for tracking civil forfeitures. Our budget is however much uncounted money we have". From an accounting point of view, it'd be free.

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2016-09-19 05:41:38 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

The company believed that, compared to their European or Asian counterparts, Australian farmers have the advantage of space.

Though generally, rainfall restricted what could be grown, it did not affect the amount of power farmers could produce and store on their farm.

At an Agribusiness Australia event in Melbourne, Tesla told farmers that its battery storage technology could move them beyond food and fibre and into food, fibre and energy production.

ABC Rural | http://ab.co/2cBfUBd___The company believed that, compared to their European or Asian counterparts, Australian farmers have the advantage of space.

Though generally, rainfall restricted what could be grown, it did not affect the amount of power farmers could produce and store on their farm.

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2016-09-18 22:08:35 (8 comments; 1 reshares; 15 +1s; )Open 

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2016-09-18 08:21:50 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

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2016-09-18 06:44:30 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

+Jodie O'Regan and I recording our new song Eight Mile River in our loungeroom. Now off to sing this in public (sans dressing gown)

+Jodie O'Regan and I recording our new song Eight Mile River in our loungeroom. Now off to sing this in public (sans dressing gown)___

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2016-09-18 06:39:51 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

Here's +Jodie O'Regan and I doing our best version so far of Eight Mile River. In my dressing gown again of course.

Now we're off to go sing it in public :-)

Here's +Jodie O'Regan and I doing our best version so far of Eight Mile River. In my dressing gown again of course.

Now we're off to go sing it in public :-)___

2016-09-17 23:12:20 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Today is the 25th anniversary of the Linux-0.01 release, I do believe.

Normally the anniversary is counted from the announcement email (August 25), because that was the actual public statement of intent. The 0.01 code drop happened a couple of weeks later, and wasn't publicly announced.

Today is the 25th anniversary of the Linux-0.01 release, I do believe.

Normally the anniversary is counted from the announcement email (August 25), because that was the actual public statement of intent. The 0.01 code drop happened a couple of weeks later, and wasn't publicly announced.___

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2016-09-17 23:06:18 (3 comments; 8 reshares; 25 +1s; )Open 

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2016-09-17 02:03:42 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

This article talks about the creation of an update to a well obsolete OS as a triumph of non-commercial motives, and it is.

Something else it doesn't touch on is how this is clearly better than its predecessor. Why? Partly because the utilities and whatnot have stood the test of time, sure, but also because we are now better at things than we were, and that's because of time and the internet.

Programming back in the day was pretty isolated; you'd get your hands on whatever manuals you could find, maybe some magazines, and try to work everything out yourself.

It's hard to overestimate the impact of the modern web. Deep communities form around obscure interests like this. Great people from all over can collaborate.

Also, these have formed around related fields. So a project like this isn't just powered by Apple II enthusiasts, it's also... more »

Software updates often leave users of older hardware in the cold. Jason Scott has worked hard to remedy this, and thanks to his efforts, you can now run ProDOS 2.4 on mainline-series Apple ]['s, not just the IIgs.

This fixes most of the remaining compatibility issues across the series, and should be a welcome relief for those who have been put off by the IIgs' rather high cost ($999, or about $2,150 in current dollars) or otherwise unable to upgrade.

However, even with the system upgrade, you'll still need a IIgs to support the 320x200 and 640x200 graphics modes. Them's the hardware constraints...

Via +Emmanuel Florac___This article talks about the creation of an update to a well obsolete OS as a triumph of non-commercial motives, and it is.

Something else it doesn't touch on is how this is clearly better than its predecessor. Why? Partly because the utilities and whatnot have stood the test of time, sure, but also because we are now better at things than we were, and that's because of time and the internet.

Programming back in the day was pretty isolated; you'd get your hands on whatever manuals you could find, maybe some magazines, and try to work everything out yourself.

It's hard to overestimate the impact of the modern web. Deep communities form around obscure interests like this. Great people from all over can collaborate.

Also, these have formed around related fields. So a project like this isn't just powered by Apple II enthusiasts, it's also taking advantage of a couple of decades of deepening work in compilers and OSes. Those things have also been immeasurably improved by deep communities, and broad communities; people who would never have had access now do.

And of course there is the Stack Overflow effect; the web as repository of knowledge. There is just so much to draw on, that wasn't available back when Woz was doing his thing.

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2016-09-17 00:50:24 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

A new technology to generate power from slow moving rivers has been invented. It eschews the usual turbine-based way of generating power from water and instead goes for a "flow-induced motion"-based way of generating power using four closely-spaced vertical cylinders.

A new technology to generate power from slow moving rivers has been invented. It eschews the usual turbine-based way of generating power from water and instead goes for a "flow-induced motion"-based way of generating power using four closely-spaced vertical cylinders.___

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2016-09-17 00:24:13 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

You can draw a straight line from the "Little House" books to modern libertarian conservatism. Fascinating read.

___You can draw a straight line from the "Little House" books to modern libertarian conservatism. Fascinating read.

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2016-09-16 23:25:15 (2 comments; 3 reshares; 12 +1s; )Open 

I...this... GOD!

/pulls hair out

I...this... GOD!

/pulls hair out___

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2016-09-16 06:35:16 (3 comments; 2 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

I'm currently reading +Kevin Kelly's book "The Inevitable". Great stuff so far. I just got up to this bit:

Can you imagine how awesome it would have been to be an entrepreneur in 1985 when almost any dot com name you wanted was available? All words; short ones, cool ones. All you had to do was ask. It didn’t even cost anything to claim. This grand opportunity was true for years. In 1994 a Wired writer noticed that mcdonalds.com was still unclaimed, so with our encouragement he registered it, and then tried to give it to McDonalds, but their cluelessness about the internet was so hilarious it became a Wired story. Shortly before that I noticed that abc.com was not claimed so when I gave a consulting presentation to the top-floor ABC executives about the future of digital I told them that they should get their smartest geek down in the basement to register their own domain name.T... more »

I'm currently reading +Kevin Kelly's book "The Inevitable". Great stuff so far. I just got up to this bit:

Can you imagine how awesome it would have been to be an entrepreneur in 1985 when almost any dot com name you wanted was available? All words; short ones, cool ones. All you had to do was ask. It didn’t even cost anything to claim. This grand opportunity was true for years. In 1994 a Wired writer noticed that mcdonalds.com was still unclaimed, so with our encouragement he registered it, and then tried to give it to McDonalds, but their cluelessness about the internet was so hilarious it became a Wired story. Shortly before that I noticed that abc.com was not claimed so when I gave a consulting presentation to the top-floor ABC executives about the future of digital I told them that they should get their smartest geek down in the basement to register their own domain name. They didn’t.

The internet was a wide open frontier then. It was easy to be the first in category X. Consumers had few expectations, and the barriers were extremely low. Start a search engine! An online store! Serve up amateur videos! Of course, that was then. Looking back now it seems as if waves of settlers have since bulldozed and developed every possible venue, leaving only the most difficult and gnarly specks for today’s newcomers. Thirty years later the internet feels saturated, bloated, overstuffed with apps, platforms, devices, and more than enough content to demand our attention for the next million years. Even if you could manage to squeeze in another tiny innovation, who would notice it?

Yet if we consider what we have gained online in the last 30 years, this abundance smells almost miraculous. We got: Instant connection with our friends and family anywhere, a customizable stream of news whenever we want it, zoomable 3D maps of most cities of the world, an encyclopedia we can query with spoken words, movies we can watch on a flat slab in our pocket, a virtual everything store that will deliver next day — to name only six out of thousands that could be mentioned.
But, but…here is the thing. In terms of the internet, nothing has happened yet. The internet is still at the beginning of its beginning. If we could climb into a time machine and journey 30 years into the future, and from that vantage look back to today, we’d realize that most of the greatest products running the lives of citizens in 2044 were not invented until after 2014. People in the future will look at their holodecks, and wearable virtual reality contact lenses, and downloadable avatars, and AI interfaces, and say, oh, you didn’t really have the internet (or whatever they’ll call it) back then.

And they’d be right. Because from our perspective now, the greatest online things of the first half of this century are all before us. All these miraculous inventions are waiting for that crazy, no-one-told-me-it-was-impossible visionary to start grabbing the low-hanging fruit — the equivalent of the dot com names of 1984.

Because here is the other thing the greybeards in 2044 will tell you: Can you imagine how awesome it would have been to be an entrepreneur in 2014? It was a wide-open frontier! You could pick almost any category X and add some AI to it, put it on the cloud. Few devices had more than one or two sensors in them, unlike the hundreds now. Expectations and barriers were low. It was easy to be the first. And then they would sigh, “Oh, if only we realized how possible everything was back then!”

So, the truth: Right now, today, in 2014 is the best time to start something on the internet. There has never been a better time in the whole history of the world to invent something. There has never been a better time with more opportunities, more openings, lower barriers, higher benefit/risk ratios, better returns, greater upside, than now. Right now, this minute. This is the time that folks in the future will look back at and say, “Oh to have been alive and well back then!”

The last 30 years has created a marvelous starting point, a solid platform to build truly great things. However the coolest stuff has not been invented yet — although this new greatness will not be more of the same-same that exists today. It will not be merely “better,” it will different, beyond, and other. But you knew that.

What you may not have realized is that today truly is a wide open frontier. It is the best time EVER in human history to begin.

You are not late.___

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2016-09-16 06:21:37 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

This is the most brilliant and entertaining thing I have read in AGES!

#meninists

This is the most brilliant and entertaining thing I have read in AGES!

#meninists___

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2016-09-15 23:31:23 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

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2016-09-15 22:15:25 (3 comments; 3 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

#airpods   #apple   #courage  

#airpods   #apple   #courage  ___

2016-09-15 12:47:33 (9 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

So, why are there no computers in Stranger Things?

So, why are there no computers in Stranger Things?___

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2016-09-15 10:32:56 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

Ok, that's awesome.

More on the World Nomad Games.
Central Asian extreme sports, heavy on the animals.___Ok, that's awesome.

2016-09-15 10:23:41 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Mirror - Available for purchase

With the last round of changes, I'm happy with the state of this app, so it's been wrapped up with purchase options to remove the watermark.

Mirror has been in progress for a few years. It started as a custom ROM app, when I built a remote display API into CM. Did a lot of reverse engineering work, and learned the ins and outs of video encoding and h264 in the process.

Then Mirror evolved into a root app that used undocumented APIs that were made available in Android 4.4. But, root and ROMs are a dying breed. There wasn't much of a market, and my focus had shifted to a larger user base on AllCast.

Finally, in Lollipop (API 21), Google added official support for the Remote Display API. Rewrote the app yet again to target this API. I decided to sit on it until Lollipop rolled out to the unwashed non-Nexus warrior... more »

Mirror - Available for purchase

With the last round of changes, I'm happy with the state of this app, so it's been wrapped up with purchase options to remove the watermark.

Mirror has been in progress for a few years. It started as a custom ROM app, when I built a remote display API into CM. Did a lot of reverse engineering work, and learned the ins and outs of video encoding and h264 in the process.

Then Mirror evolved into a root app that used undocumented APIs that were made available in Android 4.4. But, root and ROMs are a dying breed. There wasn't much of a market, and my focus had shifted to a larger user base on AllCast.

Finally, in Lollipop (API 21), Google added official support for the Remote Display API. Rewrote the app yet again to target this API. I decided to sit on it until Lollipop rolled out to the unwashed non-Nexus warrior masses. In the meantime, I built a speedy GIF encoder as the months passed. Today, 45% of Android devices are running Lollipop. So, I got off my ass and finished everything up.

Pricing
Screen Recording - Free
GIF Recording - $3
Mirror to AllCast Receiver - $5
Mirror to AppleTV - $5
Full Unlock - $10

All these features are still usable for free though, it'll just be watermarked as it was during the beta.___

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2016-09-14 13:14:21 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Ok, apparently the creek broke its banks.

Ok, apparently the creek broke its banks.___

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2016-09-14 12:20:10 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

This is the creek where +Jodie O'Regan and I (and Ellie) go walking. It's normally a couple of meters (true!) lower than this.

This is the creek where +Jodie O'Regan and I (and Ellie) go walking. It's normally a couple of meters (true!) lower than this.___

2016-09-14 02:01:19 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

So when anyone proposes a "War on X" as a policy prescription for dealing with X, this is a proposal to spend a lot of money doing the wrong things and ultimately fail spectacularly.

So when anyone proposes a "War on X" as a policy prescription for dealing with X, this is a proposal to spend a lot of money doing the wrong things and ultimately fail spectacularly.___

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2016-09-14 01:32:16 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Bleak, but worth reading. I have never believed that things would get better before they got worse... possibly much worse.

Bleak, but worth reading. I have never believed that things would get better before they got worse... possibly much worse.___

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2016-09-13 23:35:03 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

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2016-09-13 23:24:44 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

Over the past year or two, someone has been probing the defenses of the companies that run critical pieces of the Internet. These probes take the form of precisely calibrated attacks designed to determine exactly how well these companies can defend themselves, and what would be required to take them down. We don't know who is doing this, but it feels like a large a large nation state. China or Russia would be my first guesses.

Begun, the cyber wars have..

https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2016/09/someone_is_lear.html___Over the past year or two, someone has been probing the defenses of the companies that run critical pieces of the Internet. These probes take the form of precisely calibrated attacks designed to determine exactly how well these companies can defend themselves, and what would be required to take them down. We don't know who is doing this, but it feels like a large a large nation state. China or Russia would be my first guesses.

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2016-09-13 10:49:57 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

If you like supporting alternative methods of education, here's a school I'm involved in that needs some help.

If you like supporting alternative methods of education, here's a school I'm involved in that needs some help.___

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