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Microsoft patched a bug with a 10/10 security score in August that takes advantage of a weak cryptographic algorithm used in the Netlogon authentication process. The bug allows the attacker to impersonate the identity of any computer on a network when trying to authenticate against the domain controller
J. Herbin - Perle Noire~
Lamy - Blue
Parker Quink - Blue~
Foster Clark - Red
Foster Clark - Blue~
Foster Clark - Green~
Delicio - Red~
Delicio - Blue~
Delicio - Green~
Delicio - Yellow~
* Represents what I no longer own.
~ Represents what I don't use.
Jinhao x450 - M*
Jinhao x750 - M~
Jinhao 159 - M~
Parker Vector - M
Parker IM - F
Hongdian Black Forest Classic - F*
Lamy Safari - M
Hero 330 - EF?~
Platignum tixx - M (disposable)~
* Represents what I no longer own.
~ Represents what I don't use.
In November 5th 1999, Microsoft was ruled to be a Monopoly by a judge:
https://money.cnn.com/1999/11/05/technology/microsoft_finding/#:~:text=MSFT ruled a monopoly - Nov,5%2C 1999&text=NEW YORK (CNNfn) - A,the long-running antitrust trial.
The crime? A web browser.
At the time, Microsoft was bundling windows with Internet Explorer so that Micrisoft would use their web browser instead of Netscape Navigator. The judget later ruled Microsoft must be broken u
Well guys, another year another Folding month!
It is my pleasure to once again, for the third year, to welcome all to the official folding month of 2020! No matter your experience level, hardware reserves, or willingness to financially back your secret mercenaries, you are all welcome!
So far it has to be said that we are a little thin on the ground, with only 152 sign ups, but with a month yet to go before the event commences there is still time for everyone to share the
Whether you are the CEO of Google or a Waitress at Denny's, we all have the same limit: Time.
But don't worry if you think your work doesn't matter, it does. Art can come from anywhere, and be anything. As long as it helps just one person, you have succeeded.
What did you do today? And how will you plan to make a difference tomorrow?
I know, I just got my new computer, and it's great (almost too powerful lol).
But I have been thinking about upgrades I could possibly do in a couple of years, because I like planning. I know some things may change and maybe Intel will suddenly be better or something, but looking at the naming scheming, I have an idea of what to look for.
Yes, I am aware of new releases making some stuff obsolete, but last-gen stuff is fine for me and cheap. I am guessing
I installed Cinebench and got something like 3.4K (i forgot).
Minecraft preforms well, and I set the cap of fps to 60 (60hz monitor) because you don't need it trying to go any further.
Boot up time will be measured as soon as I am done writing this.
This is an in-progress post. I have a lot of material and past writings to go through which could result in me adding to it and refining it over time, though likely not any time soon. But I think the topic is important for the genres and for the quality of experiences which are being made by developers and publishers.
The term RPG comes from the pen-and-paper games where a human serves as a dungeon-master and creates situations for other people playing as characters in the st
Hey! This will be my last blog post because I'm terrible at blogging, so it's time to tell you all what I've been up to!
I got movement working outstandingly, and am now wrestling with an assault rifle that refuses to shoot at the set fire rate! I'm going to check Stack Overflow later today to see if they have anything, but until then, it's crap.
In other news, my new PC parts arrived, so I'm going to be moving all my files over there soon!
Other than that, I've noth
First day writing about my newest (and most expensive) (and first) project: operation badger. Let's not make it the last one.
This article is about the parts of operation badger, which ones I have, and which ones are coming.
HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE: PART NAME | NICKNAME/TITLE | ESTIMATED ARRIVAL (Optional due to arrived parts)
PARTS I HAVE ALREADY
AMD Ryzen 5 3600 | The Part Which I Can Flex
Sapphire NITRO+ RX 470 4GB | The Part Which Mig
So after changing my idea for like the 100th time, I had an idea, and the beginning and relative end of a story spanning 100s of millennia. The basic plot for this game is you're a U.S. army soldier that has been assigned to help fight alien invaders in the year 2036 (There's more backstory, but I don't feel like typing it all out right now). The gameplay will be very DOOM-like, except for one thing; a portal system that can also harm any enemies that walk into it. Anyways, all I've done so far
I used to run a Toshiba Satellite L650D with a Phenom II P960 and I think it is a Mobility Radeon HD 5450? Well today I got very mad at my ProBook X360 G1 EE which has a Pentium N4200 and Intel HD Graphics 505. It can be quite slow at times. Anyway, I was thinking maybe throwing an SSD, new battery and some more memory in the Toshiba and using that. I'm not currently at home, but when I get home, I'm going to benchmark the two systems. I'd also like the laptop to be capable of lighter gaming. W
I am officially keeping the format of the latest post until further notice, or there is over 50% of voters vote for a different format (Vote on this post). I find this format to highlight the top stories and the ones that aren't as important can have smaller headlines, look nice, and is flexible.
Trump tries to drag America backward on a very different July 4th (CNN)
Hamilton is out and you should watch it (Reality News)
Black Lives Matter might be the Largest Movement in American History (NYTimes)
The US is in chaos. But it's a great time to be an American (CNN)
WORLDWIDE CASES: 11,099,332 (Up ~60K from yesterday)
WORLDWIDE DEATHS: 525,554 (Up ~2K from yesterday)
USA CASES: 2,795,163 (
Today, I started working on my first indie game that I actually have a plan to publish on Steam, and boy it couldn’t have been a worse time to start.
I began the scripting at 10:00PM during a staycation at a local hotel on a 10 year old Acer Aspire One netbook. Not only was the hardware bad, (Don’t worry, I have an actually decent computer that I do most of the work on) but I was so tired that even copy-pasting was a pain in the butt to do. Anyways, I barely did anything today, so I’ll upd
Prostate Cancer (PCa) is the second most commonly diagnosed malignancy in males globally and is the fifth-highest cause of death worldwide (Rawla, P. 2019). In New Zealand, survival rates are particularly bleak, with PCa often being diagnosed at admission as metastatic (Brown, K. 2015), leading to a poor prognosis.
Bone metastases occur in a significant number of prostate cancer cases at diagnosis causing an increase in the risk of pathological fractures and nerve root compression (
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Trump's July 4th Party at Mt. Rushmore 'Won't be social distancing' (NYTimes)
The year in review (From July) (CNN)
Convincing people to stop a pandemic (FiveThirtyEight)
'We need to live with it' White House prepared COVID statement (NBC)
Hamilton is out and you should watch it (@wall03)