Status Updates posted by James Evens
Acronis is still a heap of shit.
Either you can't open the backup (not even mount (mounting is broken for years right now)) a backup file from a network resource. Alternatively to independent acronis installs produces broken backups.
Little quote from the withdrawn angewandte Chemie comment:Quote
It follows that, in a social equilibrium, preferential treatment of one group leads to disadvantages for another. New ideologies have appeared and influenced hiring practices, promotion, funding, and recognition of certain groups. Each candidate should have an equal opportunity to secure a position, regardless of personal identification/categorization.
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 10.1002/anie.202006717Spoiler
These few pages are controversial and it should have been clear to everybody involved before it went live. So competently replacing it with multiple disclaimer (Willey and GDCH at least) is the worst solution. The better option would be placing the disclaimer on the web page and add a front page to the PDF with the disclaimer so everybody could just read it and doesn't not need third party reporting above it (or unofficial distribution channels (how ever you want to call the .tw)).
Just imagine fraudulent paper or historical literature like Mein Kampf (my struggle) wouldn't be archived and already archived data would be replaced with disclaimers.Quote
However, the way in which eindhoven University of Technology (TU/E) has shaped its preferred policy goes too far and therefore violates the Dutch equal treatment legislation. That's how the College of Human Rights ruled.
Sidenote: the college of human rights is as far as I know state funded: https://www.translatetheweb.com/?ref=TAns&from=&to=en&a=https%3A%2F%2Fmensenrechten.nl%2Fnl%2Fnieuws%2Fcollege-oordeelt-over-voorkeursbeleid-tu-eindhoven
@Bombastinator It is a general problem. Often the assumption is equality means 50:50. Reality is when the group is 30:70 then 50:50 is inequality.
Non the less discrimination as a solution to discrimination creates new inequality which is/should be less worse then the initial inequality.
1. 50 is the worst number of all of them.
2. Why did nature thought every trace should be a transmitter and receiver.
3. bypass caps aren't a joke but fun.Spoiler
1: every freaking measurement has 50 Hz.
2: beside 50 Hz suppression making sure digital signal aren't emitted during analogue measurements is a pain.
3: Isn't it fun to solder a cap directly across the pins since you forgot/underestimated a bypass?
little tip disconnect/switch off unused wires or they emit like crazy.
next tip: keep in mind that test equipment influences the DUT behaviour.
What happened when, how, where?
Gave you parcel. You damaged parcel delivered.
Is this appropriate answer or do I need a crystal ball?
The NAS HDD disaster created by WD itself goes into the next round: Amazon delivers SMR drives under the CMR partnumber.
Anyway only fools order HDD from Amazon as they apparently still don't know how to pack things. At least the my last order was shipped/left there warehouses within two days.
The bachelor thesis comprises at least 35 pages (without bibliography and appendix). This
corresponds to approx. 96000 characters (including spaces) with the following standard formatting: Font size
12pt; line spacing: 1.5 lines; side margins: 3cm (top, bottom, left and right).
Show me a bachelor thesis which is shorter then 35 pages. Seriously even a lab exercises is like 10-20 pages.
I don't understand my buck converter.
It starts with 1.8V and jumps within 10 mV to over 5V. From there it isn't even close to linear.
Also what the hell is this? approx. -2.5 to 2.5V. There is no chance this is negative:Spoiler
Also this system is slow as hell. This freaking fan (load) needs seconds to stabilise. More like 10-20 seconds causing slow measurements (at least RPM vs voltage is a perfect line). Probably also responsible for hysteresis aka. not waiting long enough.
Thought I could just measure some fan curves.
tacho pull up is 12V
Measuring without fan connected: 5V
connects fan: 12V.
WTF. Why does my FAN has a 12v pull up build in? Neither Intel nor Noctua talks about this.
They sad RTFM.
Slowly I get the feeling that talking/communication with DPD is only possible in court.
Every single inquiry was either ignored or answered with a unrelated/outright wrong standard text module. To the point of them responding to the friendly notice that the initial answer was complete bs by sending the same one again.
This is by far the most ridicules business practice/decision I have seen (even worse than the game Telefonica played where I told them what data they had which is the opposite of what it should be).
Normally even with the most incompetent companies you can talk (although not very productive but at least some form of communication is possible not none).
Wed, 24.06.2020, 15:22
The shipment was successfully delivered.
Wed, 24.06.2020, 08:10
The item has been loaded into the delivery vehicle. Delivery is expected to take place today.
Tue, 23.06.2020, 16:47, ****
The shipment has arrived in the recipient's region and is transported to the delivery base in the next step.
Fri, 19.06.2020, 14:16
The item has been successfully delivered.
Fri, 19.06.2020, 08:07
The item has been loaded into the delivery vehicle. Delivery is expected to take place today.
How can you deliver a parcel twice?
Yeah. Missing through hole/bread bord frindly MOSFET problem solved.
This 40 mm fans need 12v to produce somewhat of a airflow meaning I need a step up converter which has a output enable pin ready for hijacking.
The general problem with this technology is anything that reflects light/ is a mirror. So anything too reflective has to be taped over with matte tape, and then after the model has been completed, the material has to be changed in the program.
Also the higher the camera iso, the noisier the model will be.
Google is now in the wired phase of testing there new design.
On the desktop I have the shitty new design (moved to bing as default there). On my notebook thankfully the good old old one: pages instead of scrolling AND url in the search results
youtube the same: there it jumps between the new and old. Right now it got back to 2018 but probably won't stay there. Not sure if the tampermonkey messed in a way I got the old back.
Chrome/Vivaldi: addons don't work on start up /needing a page refresh. On the positive side I got rid of the picture in picture button as this was just a extension which was hidden from the user.
Unless somebody tells me what was the last office version without this blue share button the answer is 26594.Spoiler
Non the less office group polices are great: a setting to disable telemetryQuote
This policy setting allows you to configure the level of client software diagnostic data that is collected and sent to Microsoft about the Office client software running on the user's device.
Client software diagnostic data is used to keep Office secure and up-to-date, detect, diagnose and remediate problems, and also make product improvements. This data does not include a user's name or email address, the content of the user's files, or information about apps unrelated to Office.
If you enable this policy setting, you must choose which level of diagnostic data is sent to Microsoft. Your choices are Required, Optional, or Neither.
If you choose Required, the minimum data needed to keep Office secure, up-to-date, and performing as expected on the device it's installed on is sent to Microsoft.
If you choose Optional, additional data that helps make product improvements and provides enhanced information to help detect, diagnose, and remediate issues is sent to Microsoft. If you choose to send optional diagnostic data, required diagnostic data is also included.
If you choose Neither, no diagnostic data about Office client software running on the user's device is sent to Microsoft. This option, however, significantly limits Microsoft's ability to detect, diagnose, and remediate problems that your users may encounter when using Office.
If you disable or don't configure this policy setting, optional diagnostic data is sent to Microsoft.
For more information, see https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?linkid=2085687
So renaming required in not so required is a option.
Next useful setting to get rid of the annoying yellow smile (if you have one):Quote
This policy setting manages the Office Feedback Tool (a.k.a. Send a Smile). The Office Feedback Tool allows users to provide Microsoft feedback regarding their positive and negative experiences when using Office.
If you enable this policy setting, the Office Feedback Tool will be turned on in all Office applications in which the tool is available. They can access the tool through the Smile button located in the top right corner of the Office application.
If you disable this policy setting, the Office Feedback Tool will be turned off. Users will not see the Smile button in any of the Office applications in which the tool is available.
If you do not configure this policy setting, the behavior is the equivalent of setting the policy to "Enabled".
Using a old office Pc as NAS was a awesome decision and just syncing with rsync into a German cloud. The speed of local network and access to the files on the go without opening up the home network.
Highest load I have seen was 40% from single user (before my network driver died moments later under the load ....) so enough horsepower todo background stuff if needed.
Oh and there are few things which gives you a adrenaline kick. One of them is if your search engine gives meaning full results for a cryptic combination of 2-3 letter acronyms and seemingly random numbers.
We hereby inform you about the expected delivery date of your order Item No. Item name order amount of remaining quantity expected delivery date 8304080 SOUDAL neutral silicone Silirub 2 transparent, 310 ml 1 1 08.07.20
Not only have they interesting math for price/L but also for delivery date ... 5-6 days a week ago equals beginning July.
Guess I have now a date for the 3d printer with most of the parts already there and cables ordered this morning.
According to the official embarcadero help I run windows 8 and should update and or buy support.
Both is bs as this is the newest version on windows 10.
What is this shit of Delphi IDE? a joke or the free version of a software which cost 1700€ per year if used commercially
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@Bombastinator Why would you?
delivering a product where everything is broken from the GUI over code completion and debugger to the compiler/tool chain and then asking for money isn't a strong offer.
The longer I use this software the more feasible is the option to just port it to Lazarus. Free, open source and just works.