Exactly for this reason I made a myki mobile app.
iPhone: sorry but Apple would not approve it. If anyone wants it send me a PM for a TestFlight beta.
I tried to give it to PTV for free but the office of the CEO of PTV said they don't want it. However they did say they're planning a mobile responsive site, no ETA.
They sure have. They did that over twelve years years ago with edition 28, and have been updating it ever since. They are up to edition 39 now, although the books are up to edition 42.
Just don't do anything stupid. Go and get help if you need it.
: from /u/iwrotethissong http://suicideline.org.au/at-risk/suicide-where-to-get-help
Repost of a comment I gave last time this came up:
Theirs nothing inherently wrong with the bootcamp route but if you're going to spend the money on it, I would dip my toe in the water first. Software engineering is one of the most egalitarian industries you can be in, and to boot, everything you could possibly want to learn is free online.
Want to be a front end developer? Here's the first link I found which looks fine to me: https://dev.to/theme_selection/how-to-become-a-pro-front-end-developer-5gbo
Read. Figure out how to build a website. Figure out how to host it somewhere (free services abound). Learn by doing. If you have a computer, any sort of computer, you can build a website. It will be shit but it will be a start. All the bootcamp will do is teach you the same things but charge you for it. The best thing you can do for yourself is give yourself a head start on what they teach you my doing your own learning.
I'll repeat what I've posted in other threads, but as someone that hires software engineers and has been a software engineer for ~20 years (shoot me now) here is my advice:
It was originally connexion, which is basically the French word for connection. Alongside "connexion", "connect" was used. Gradually connection replaced connexion.
1894 is still a late usage of connexion though. By that stage it was already an anachronism. This may have been a spelling error, or maybe the old spelling persisted here in Australia longer than in England.
[update] according to this http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=connection the change to "connection" occurred in American-English first, so maybe the UK-English world held onto the French term a bit longer?
[update] consider the word "complexion"
If anyone is looking to get a second dose (at 3 week interval), check out the Islamic Centre in Newport. They are happy to do 3 week intervals for Pfizer and have heaps of appointments today and this week. You can book here: https://calendly.com/aicbooking/dose2?month=2021-10&fbclid=IwAR0Yhc5HUwO6O6ZTfaMIC3IRyqIkYDtarM_WmMKYsRB9uT3RY-eehDJMwl0
But they also take walk-ins I think ☺️
And if your in the west, the Newport Islamic centre has them all week too!
This is the sort of thing that starts he story arc of learning Korean and travelling to a new country. Learning to read Korean letters and words is pretty simple from what I can tell. Its totally phonetic, and not like Chinese.
do yourselves a favour.. get a rear wheel lock. They also a an anchor for a chain.
Living int he Netherlands for awhile it became VERY clear the fact you could immobilize your bike with a flick of the finger means these things don't happen anywhere near as often when it is so quick and easy to secure your bike. Also going to the shops is far less of an ordeal. People only use chains there for longer stays or very very busy areas. (that said the Dutch seem to be paranoid about security)
since returning.. I am noticing i am spending FAR less time screwing around with the lock. It also means you don't need to carry the chain etc separately.. just keep it latched in the hub lock
a pic here. You can see the slot to insert the chain. The other side of the chain is affixed to the bike
Not sure if anyone has posted, but the Newport Islamic Centre are doing Pfizer and AZ until the 17th of October I believe. You can book an appointment online (preferred), but the nurse said they're also doing walk ins. I managed to book an appointment for this afternoon at 11am this morning. Plenty of slots available for the next fortnight. I believe you can book in for your first or second dose.
Booking link here: https://calendly.com/aicbooking/dose2?month=2021-09
I know, right? I saw it last night and pick it out immediately. It's the rusty one that's brighter than Saturn.
If people are having trouble finding it, this android app is awesome!
Yeah we all like to give everyone a bit of shit, it's a part of our culture, it's mostly always done in good fun, with a smile and our way of letting you know we like you. Remember to give as good as you get and almost no topic is sacred. If you can't think of a good come back "ya mum" is a good default response.
Check out http://wikitravel.org/wiki/en/index.php?title=Australia
Lets do the following troubleshooting to find the issue:-
If anybody is interested: there's an app called f.lux which adjusts the brightness and color of your screens as the day progresses it becomes a darker and darker orange. helps the eyes a heck of a lot.
Download the Australia post digital id app.
Enter details of your documents (passport and birth certificate) to validate your identity.
Click the button to get a digital photo id .
Congratulations: you now have a valid form of photo id that will get you into clubs, allow you to buy alcohol at liquor stores, etc
Source: have done this, and my kid has successfully used it as poa at clubs and bws
Covid test - done! (best one ever - no brain tickling)
Calling in sick at the new job for the first time - done! (nerve wracking though)
This is the 3rd sick day I've had in 2 years (all from Covid tests) and don't know what to do with myself now.
Edit: If anyone has had any success finding a good tablet holder like this to use on an exercise bike hit me up. I've got an 11 inch Galaxy Tab and would love to attach it to my spin bike for the YouTube classes I do so I don't have to run from the computer to the bike when I press play.
I'm just going to leave this here with a quote from the conclusion. This paper was advice to the Victorian state government in 2008.
Sentencing Matters: Mandatory Sentencing
> Ultimately, current research in this area indicates that there is a very low likelihood that a mandatory sentencing regime will deliver on its aims. In part, this is a result of these regimes being based on assumptions about the nature of human decision-making that are simply not reﬂected in studies to date: that a more severe sanction will deter more effectively and that imprisoning offenders will necessarily lead to a lower crime rate. In part, it also is because public perceptions of crime and sentencing are not always accurate or informed.
Edit: This is what I could find relating to Victoria. There may be more up to date research on the matter.
Oh hey, need some entertainment during the snap lockdown? Why not watch a few locally made films that I worked on?
AMAZON PRIME - Pawno and West of Sunshine
NETFLIX - Berlin Syndrome (dunno how to share a Netflix link)
STAN - How Do you Know Chris? (coming in June)
Doing what this guy did is one of those cliche things that are on those lists you look at when you're 12 like '50 random things to do to freak out strangers'. Like this.
u/40087812 has me reading through "extension policies" for unis because I need to know the answer..
Terms Of Service- Didn't Read an amazing website.. I hate that you need a law degree to read terms & conditions now a days
DT Daily Gratitudes Monday Edition
What's made your day today? What are you feeling grateful for? Have you got something coming up to look forward to?
Share your big wins, little wins, pet photos, dinner plans, current TV binge, favourite song, packages you've received. Share it all.
Covid test this morning was a breeze. 4Cyte Wantirna has fricking nailed the perfect covid test experience. Drive thru, they do a test SMS to confirm they have the correct number, automatically email you a Doctors certificate, and were super gentle.
Had a good lazy day watching The Great Kiwi Bake Off on Binge. My favourite person won.
Work was great when I called in to say I had to wait for results. Last workplace would get really grumpy at me and didn't want me to get tested or take time off even though I was actually sick. Night and day different moving to this new job.
Experimented this afternoon cooking up flavoured crispy pita chips in the air fryer. I've tried 2 different flavours and they're both amazing - used a garlic bread spice blend that I picked up from Farmer Joes in Boronia, and Deliciou bacon seasoning.
10/10 will be making these pita chips again
>What they need is an iPhone app and maybe stuff like beacons throughout the shopping centre to allow you to navigate using your phone.
They have an app, with a map and directions function. At least on Android.. Works just fine on my phone, contrary to many of the reviews.
Pokemon go was release. It a semi augmented reality game
Someone on Reddit, I'm pretty sure, once posted this:
Pi-hole for an entire network solution. https://pi-hole.net
Might seem a hassle at first but for the cost of a raspberry pi 2 Model B, 3 or pi zero you get a dns resolver that automatically blocks thousands of domains at DNS level for every device on the network, not just those which have Firefox or Chrome and uBlock Origin.
download hola unblocker (http://hola.org/) sign upto Netflix (1 month free trial, by the way) 8bux a month, got a bunch of shows and movies for you to catch up and isn't illegal.
Or chip in 5 bucks a month for unblock-us http://www.unblock-us.com (1 week free trail) so you can switch your netflix region to other countries and get more content that way such as switch to UK and watch BBC iplayer shows and documentries for free.
Well..spoilers, so don't click if you'd prefer to dive down the rabbit hole yerself and open a zillion tabs, but here's an outdated map of the warren. And it ends here.
You're title is a bit misleading. You didn't snag $11/year. You got $55/year that you're sharing (~~probably~~ against the TOS) with others.
> grants you a personal, limited, non- exclusive license to use an account to which you have access for your personal, private, non-commercial, non-transferable, limited uses solely as set forth herein and as set forth in any additional documentation and/or agreements applicable to the Services accessed by you. This account is to be used exclusively by the account holder and is at no time transferrable to any other parties for any duration of time. If the account is determined by to have been transferred between parties, Private Internet Access has the right to suspend and/or terminate the user's account at the company's discretion.>
After signing up to Uber, enter the code 'UberLoveMEL430787' into the promo field of the app to get a bonus $30 credit for your first ride (if you use less than the $30 on your first ride, it's all used up). This code should work until the end of April.
This bonus $30 credit is on top of a sign up bonus of $20 for signing up through a referral link (the referrer also gets a bonus $20). This $50 is enough for a fairly long journey, and saved me recently when I was stranded at 2am. The driver was great.
^My ^referral ^link ^is ^https://uber.com/invite/m0yf9
The game is Ingress (http://www.ingress.com/). It's produced by Niantic, which is a small group of developers within Google.
Atm it's an Android only game, but there is very confident speculation that there will be an iPhone client very soon. A couple of the main reasons for that is the interface has been getting smaller recently (to fit on an iphone) and there is talk of a 3rd faction ingame (currently two factions)
There was an event today (known as an anomaly). These events happen at various locations around the world a couple times a year over the span of a couple weeks. The result of the events generally sway the "story" of the game as well. Today's event was the ~~first~~ second time Australia got to be the site of an anomaly (brisbane and melbourne)
Outside the times of an anomaly, it's just general gameplay battling the other faction for control. One of the cool things of this game is that it relies on real world points of interest. And these POIs exist all over the world, in game. When travelling overseas I've been able to play this game using POIs from wherever I may be at the time (china, malaysia, japan, fiji, hawaii and australia so far)
If you live in Melbourne and do start playing this game, I suggest joining the Enlightened (green) faction (because that's me and I'm biased :P) but also because the Resistance (blue faction) have slightly greater numbers in the Melbourne region, which lends them to having a slightly easier time than the other faction in general.
Also today's anomaly event was won overall by Enlightened (green)
Sorry if this sounds spammy, but if anybody wants some musical entertainment, it might be worth checking out https://radiooooo.com/. It's a site that lets you pick a country, a decade, and a mood, and gives you random music based on that. It's radio style, so no skipping.
It helped me keep my sanity at my pre-covid job.
A lot of council tips/recycling centres have tip shops.. They resell a lot of equipment that's in good nick.
Tip shop for my area - http://knoxtransferstation.com.au/?page_id=11
I don't think Op-shops are great they tend not to accept electric goods for safety reasons.
Hard rubbish is gold. Check several council webpages for collection dates if they still do it en masse.
Other good place for free is Freecycle.. https://www.freecycle.org/
Google's surveys for people with Android phones. You get paid around 10c-$2 per survey, into your balance, which you can use for games/apps/movies etc.
That said, now I have $13 in my Google Play account, and nothing I really want to spend it on. At least it's quick and easy.
Occupy Melbourne have publicly stated they do not endorse the actions of the individuals who distributed the poster. https://www.facebook.com/occupymelb sorry facebook link, for those without facebook, it says
"Occupy Melbourne did not authorise or endorse the production of a flyer singling out a police officer. We do however seek a full enquiry into the events of Friday."
The MSM aren't even trying to get the full story here - they are like a bunch of over-reactive teenagers in the schoolyard.
It depends on what the meteor is made out of.
>For example, meteors made from primarily calcium will give off a purple or violet color, while those made out of magnesium will appear to have a green or teal color.
/u/Shes_the_cheese has it regarding the business name.
If you're looking for simple accounting, I use Wave to track my small business expenses and invoice. It's pretty slick.
With the $20k, it's a tax deduction, not a grant. But yes, if you buy up to $20k of gear, you can put that as a deduction on your next tax return. If you're still operating as a Sole Trader, that'll be on your personal tax return.
You don't need to worry about GST until you're earning over $75k a year.
Sorry OP, don't have an answer for this.. but wanted to share Be My Eyes a great app for helping others. Just have to be a set of eyes for someone who is blind but because of so many lovely volunteers I have had the app for almost 3 years and only get 2 calls a year so won't keep you busy
e; did also find this ways-to-volunteer-from-home-in-Australia
I did that once during special patterns in maths back at school.
I was talking to a classmate about a scene in the movie 13 where the main character is being a brat to her mum, going "no bra, no panties" and I ended up writing "Special Panties" as a heading in my work book :(
This winter is fucked. And the insulation in this house is fucked.
Bought an indoor insulation kit for my bedroom windows as it has a cold breeze. I feel it's delaying me getting over this sore throat.
Hopefully I have the energy tomorrow to install it.
Tried and tested formula - Greet, introduce yourself, praise someone/something nearby or in plain view, ask question you KNOW the other person can agree with or answer that's not too personal.
EG Hello, I'm XXXXXX. They do really nice burger/chips in this pub. Have you eaten/drunk here before?
Mix/match the above in accordance with situation.
OR consult that compendium of good advice on how to be a socially acceptable human being - www.amazon.com.au/Manners-Excruciatingly-Correct-Behavior-Freshly-ebook/dp/B004LP1Z9U
Miss Manners is the guru. And has a very dry sense of humour.
VPN ^(Most will work with these blocks)
If you are new to VPN's, I like TunnelBear and PIA. PIA allows Torrents, TunnelBear doesn't.
You can also try the DNS change (change it to OpenDNS or Google DNS). A DNS is like an internet phone book ("Reddit's phone number and house address is: [IP address.]")
Finally watched Mad Max: Fury Road. It's pretty good.
Seen any good movies lately?
Some I've seen:
|What We Did on Our Holiday||Unbreakable|
|Mad Max Fury Road||The Nice Guys (objectively more than fine but maybe not my style?)|
|Ex Machina||The Stanford Prison Experiment|
|Florence Foster Jenkins|
|The Man Who Knew Infinity|
|Me Before You|
The best one I've found is Offi - Journey Planner. The Directions feature lets you put in start/end locations and times, and will tell you whatever combo of public transport you'll use for the whole trip -train, tram, bus etc. It's not a beautiful app but it's the most fully featured I've found.
If you want something just for trains, Melbourne Train Trapper is a pretty simple app that can do similar journey planning on the train network.
Recruitment / staffing is a $20B+ a year industry just here in Australia. Within the sector (like any other part of the economy) there are some reputable players, and some not-so-reputable players. There's a lot of money to be made in recruitment, and the bar to entry is very low. This means that it helps to suss out a firm before working with them, if you're not sure who they are.
It looks like Taught Recruitment is run by Doug James, who seems to be the only consultant with a public profile.
By my quick read, it's a one man shop that's been open for a year, run by someone without prior recruitment industry experience. These aren't necessarily red flags. If he's well networked in industry, he'll have plenty of work lined up.
EDIT: see below, looks like this is actually a scam/bait and switch to get you to sign up to government funded training. No wonder they are cracking down on the sector! This is not recruitment.
As a general rule, most specialist recruitment firms will have detailed biographical information on some of their principals on their website, as an indicator of their capability / expertise in the area. Nothing wrong with small shops (recruitment firms of 1-9 consultants are some of the best performing in the sector by many metrics) but depth of consultant experience and track record of the organisation are key things to consider.
When checking out a potential firm, you can also search the RCSA (well-established industry association for recruitment) directory to see if they are listed.
source: work in the industry.
Have a fellas without apostrophe here, albeit from USA Today and not Merriam Webster.
Cambridge example is the same.
> I hope you aren't taking this same exam tomorrow :(
There's actually some really interesting research on the psychological impacts of ceiling height. For living spaces there's a peak in preference around the 3m mark.
I'm kinda sad that I miss out on waking up to the sound of rain ever since I've had to rely on synthetic white noise (which is often rain sounds anyway) to fall asleep due to tinnitus and living on a noisy street.
Perfect weather for staying curled up in bed with a book... Motivation to go to work at an all-time low.
You're asking the wrong questions.
The question is whether your proximity to the city matters to you and is it more important than buying a house sooner rather than later?
There's a benefit to where you are right now and that is because you are renting. Perhaps share, live in a variety of suburbs that interest you. This may lead to you finding where you want to live.
You can get away without a car in Melbourne. If you want ease of transport I suggest staying within the tram network, at least then you have options when something goes wrong on the network. Also, the insurance and registration is more expensive further in, not too much but it may be a factor to you.
City parking is a pain, renting a car park on a longer term basis helps but once again that's an additional cost.
Imho it sounds like you would be better a little way out of the city, close enough to be convenient but far enough out to make driving away from the city easier.
If you watch the Waze livemap you can get a feel for the traffic throughout the day. I always try to live close to at least two major arterial roads, you don't want to be on the Monash in peak times, it's a slowly moving carpark at best.
I can't download this app on Android as following the links takes me to the "item not found" screen in Play Store. Don't know if the link to Apple app works.
I found, installed, and really like this one though: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.alexpeters.android.gongsimulator
There are catergories. Odd jobs are posted offten for stuff like furniture moving, lawn mowing, manual labour, etcetc. that people will be willing to pay cash in hand to have done. Only problem for yourself as a student abroad might be transport to places outside of the City to do these jobs, but Gumtree is a great place to start looking.
Pick one of the below that you like.
would you rather the sub be filled with racist comments about everything they can be racist about? which seemed to be occurring prior to the /melbcrime subreddit? i think i'm pretty reasonable in all my discussions (and my history is there for all to see) with people which are in many subs, unless they're being racist in which case i take the piss out of them and ask them to prove their pesky facts.
i don't think of it as putting things right but more as presenting the facts hopefully whenever the racists are there to lie about things. having a dislike of things is one thing but treating an entire nationality of people who look different to yourself is racist and i don't think that's a good thing. why should racists get to speak freely with their mistruths?
also i encourage everyone to use RES and filter out all the people they don't wish to interact with/see, even if that does include me.
You anywhere near Newport? Plenty today at the Islamic centre and I think you can walk in too https://calendly.com/aicbooking/dose2?month=2021-10&fbclid=IwAR0Yhc5HUwO6O6ZTfaMIC3IRyqIkYDtarM_WmMKYsRB9uT3RY-eehDJMwl0
You can check specific passwords in their pwn DB too. And if you're worried about putting active passwords into their form, don't be. Troy Hunt is a known good guy and the app uses k-anonymity to mask the actual user input of the query.
Absolutely. I'd suggest using a password manager (Bitwarden is really good, free, and cross platform) and move all your logins into that and change them as you do.
If you're in the habit of re-using passwords, then make sure you change the passwords on everything, preferably to a random password (the password manager will help that).
I agree that getting a new prepaid phone and new number which is completely unknown to your family will be a good idea too. Make sure you enable 2-factor authentication to that new number, and/or change over existing logins. If it's an Android phone, I would also start a new Google identity rather than using an existing one.
Best of luck with it, for what it's worth it sounds like you're doing the right thing.
Hey guys can you pls answer this survey so that I don't fail school. I have no friends so I need reddit to do this.
> Alternatively, you could try here: > http://matrix.itasoftware.com/
Google built their own front end at Google Flights and have links to booking sites.
It's very keen on setting your currency to USD, so change it before doing anything - I've been disappointed a few times forgetting this!
Check out which roads you feel comfortable taking. Could plan ahead or just go with experience.
Generally La Trobe, Swanston, William are great in the CBD, with proper bike lanes. Southbank and Harbour Esplanade are good off road paths, but go slow and watch out for people running everywhere.
The OpenCycleMaps layer on OpenStreetMap is pretty helpful for less confident riders.
Local area maps are probably the best you're gonna get.
e: Check out OpenStreetMap's transport layer. The red roads represent bus lines and if you zoom in you get route numbers.
Not that I could find. All CNAMEs make their way via Azure domains to a single IP (though they use traffic manager which appears to be a "load balancer")
(Keep clicking the "canonical name")
Here, use this instead. This will identify your browser as a google bot when you browse the news websites listed on the site, allowing you to bypass the paywalls.
Hey, UI/UX specialist and front end dev here; Hope this helps ya.
Decent start, decent idea, i might've gone overboard, but got plenty of notes for you here. Main point is there's no enticement to sign up, give us a look at what we're getting. i think invision do a great job of that.
Download the Australia post digital id app.
Prove your identity by validating your license and passport details (these details do not get saved).
Use the app to generate a keypass.
Congratulations: you now have acceptable ID on your phone that you can show to the staff at Aldi, Dan's, bws, liquorland, clubs, pubs, etc.
Personally, it's a compliment (or, more likely a piss take) if I get carded these days; but it's a complete pain in the arse if I'm trying to buy alcohol with my kids around.
Disclaimer: I do not work for Australia Post or any related entity. I have worked in the IT industry and understand exactly how the identity technology works in this case. It's more secure than most people think because nothing's stored centrally.
Definitely try turn your anger into something productive. Maybe get one of these to work through your rage on days like this.
I just did week 6 day 2 of couch to 5K.
It was one of those runs that sucked a bit, but I got through it.
Just couldn't find the right pace, my body kept going too fast so I had to get my head involved to slow the fuck down so I could enjoy it more.
I spent the whole time longing for the walking internal and for the end, but I kept running determined to do it without stopping.
I just started too. Check this out - Sketch A Day - it's great for inspiration, and surprisingly supportive users.
Edit. - aaaaand I've just seen I've made a new comment instead of replying to the right one
Thanks for list, i just subscribed to Torguard $30 a year with that TGLIFETIME50 coupon.
Seems good, getting same torrent speeds as i would normally without VPN if you choose an Aus sever.
One of the best uses for a smartphone is Google Skymap. here it is for Android ... and here is an equivalent for iPhone
If you saw somebody reading a book today while sitting in the horrible Hoddle St traffic that was me and I was unironically reading, Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl.
Edit; Apparently this is illegal? Might just stick to tunes then, or better yet, an audiobook.
What /u/welcometo1984 said is correct.
Another thing that you might find useful in future if you have an Android device or an iPhone is an app which has a digital Health Care Card. If you forget your physical card but you have your device with you, you can use the app to show your concession card and avoid getting another fine. The app is accepted as proof of eligibility for concession fares on all PTV services.
Getting a long overdue dose of techno tonight - Ben Long @ The Mercat.
Actual dictionary definitions do in fact differentiate between the many different contexts in which the term can be used, backing both of your arguments, though giving Correctrix's an especially tag.
To get the most of a digital signal it's important you don't lose any data. I'd never touch a cheap digital cable, this is somewhere you should be spending decent money to prevent dangerous 'bit-loss'. If you have already invested in a digital TV, bluray player etc. then there's no point ruining the setup now - I recommend this cable.
Or alternatively, back in the real world, I'd just pop to Coles. I'm pretty cure I saw them in there last week for about $10 or so. Probably even cheaper if you shop around but I'm sure you probably have a Coles just around the corner so they win for being both cheap and convenient.
It could have been avoided easily ie: this comic https://tinyurl.com/y95x8g5w
Also, all knight had to say was "I apologize if my caricature was inadvertently racially insensitive, i'll endeavor to modify my drawing style in the future"
The tram people are heaps better than the trains with timetables. Tram Hunter is a great app that uses that API.
You can even use that API to see where the trams are, so you can work out more accurately when the tram will arrive (irrespective of the timetable). It's wonderful.
I honestly cannot understand why the train people don't have a public API. Perhaps they are trying to force more hits to their website?
Can't help you with headgear but as a light sleeper with tinnitus that lives on a tram track mynoise.net's white noise generator has been a lifesaver. I'm particularly fond of the white rain.
Note, just to remove all doubt: it’s not a concept for new rail lines; it's a prototype of a map of the existing network.
Direct link to large map image: https://www.flickr.com/photos/danielbowen/13870484933/sizes/k/
Caveat: I've yet to add Benambra, Geelong, Morwell, Pascoe Vale or Prahran as not all recheck booths have been added since I made the map. You can explore more fully at https://plot.ly/~krispynachos/20/
actually, sorry, i left it on the wrong filter, that's carbon monoxide (not good either).
> Space requirements are negligible.
I don't think this is true. Have you ever done a Wireshark trace and seen how many TCP/IP packets actually get sent as the result of visiting a single web page? It's in the order of 100 packets (to many different IP addresses) per click/page.
Very rough back of the envelope calculation ...
Logging only the customer's assigned IP address: (10 bytes [IP address] + 4 bytes [date]) * 730 [2 years] * 1000000 [customers] = 10.2 gigabytes
Logging all of the destination IP addresses:
(10 bytes [IP address] + 4 bytes [timestamp]) * 100 [packets per page] * 1000 [pages visited per day] * 730 [2 years] * 1000000 [customers] = 1022 terabytes
Logging the customers' assigned IPs is a trivial amount of storage. Logging all of the destination IPs is a significant expenditure.
There's not much to it. Btw there's a chrome/firefox extension that lets you view the news on most sites without being a subscriber, it identifies your PC as google to that site. Here it is.
A man has been shot during an incident in Broadmeadows this afternoon.
Ambulance Victoria confirmed paramedics were called to the shooting about 1.55pm.
A man, believed to be in his 20s, was assessed at the scene.
He was taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital in a serious condition.
Victoria Police Leading Senior Constable Rohan Imms said police were called to Camp Road after reports a man had been shot in the leg.
Found the flash developer :P
They might make a decision to abandon the site when an iPad renders the page like this
Luckily for you, design comes first before coding. Draw it up, draw sketches and draw a map how each of your screens will interact with one another. You can template iOS and Android
Even if you're not planning on writing a single line of code, read some books so you can at least understand the semantics of app development. You should also try some free programming courses that will help you wrap your head around the basics.
Good luck! :)
Speaking of strangers, right now, there is a sort-of Melbourne Reddit meet going down. See this link for details! ;3 (Okay, so it's not an actual Reddit Meet, but the an open invite to the Melbourne Reddit meet was given :P )
Hey OP, I work on a list app which has a map overview feature. Would be cool if you could check us out. I've made an example here -> https://listium.com/@thomasdavis/23493/free-book-swaps
Anyone can add suggestions by clicking "Suggest an item" towards the bottom.
And I want to get a better basket this time. This Topeak one would be perfect
i use the OXO Good Grips https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B079D9B82W scales, they have a pull out face which is good for baking, if your bulk fermentation container is big you can pull the face out and still see what you're doing. i use it a lot and reckon its great.
i also have the previous model to the one above which i now use for measuring spa chemicals 😂
There's a great book called The Box: How the Shipping Container Made the World Smaller and the World Economy Bigger
You can download it free here it's a really fascinating read about how influential shipping conatiner ships have been.
ANPR cameras on every arterial road will get you then. Alao your car has a unique Bluetooth MAC address that is currently used to provide traffic data but is kept hashed at the moment. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.gov.sa.addinsight
The keyword you are looking for is "acrylic" bookend. Put that into ebay/amazon and they are there.
If you haven’t tried it yet see if you can get some Seche Vite. It’s the best top coat I’ve ever used. Dries fast, doesn’t chip, it’s great. You have to seal in the edges/tips of your nails for the best results but yeah. Highly recommend. I’ll be doing mine later today! 😄
Anyone use a cast iron grill plate + gas stove regularly? I recently got a lodge one that I want to love but keep going back to a ten or 12 inch skillet. Just wanting to hear how others use it and what they like about it.
I dislike the lack of handles, it wobbles on the trivet, size isn’t as useful as I would have liked due to cold spots.
The grill plate: Lodge LPGI3 20 x 10.44 Inch Cast Iron Reversible Grill/Griddle, Black https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B00008GKDQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_57poFb8QB7HXW
I mentioned yesterday how I was struggling with my resuable Dangerfield face masks (I inhale the inner lining with each breath).
Did some Googling and came across this contraption. Now how to make a DIY version... pipecleaners? Maybe wire from a coathanger? Find someone with a 3D printer?
I'm on Torguard Melbourne server atm and get decent speeds.
They're on torrentfreaks top 10 VPN's so secure connection, no logs and all that shit.
I pay like $30/year using the voucher code TGLIFETIME50 which gets you 50% off (not sure when it expires)
I was using PIA before this but it kept disconnecting and sending my real IP into torrent swarms, plus torguard was cheaper.
Edit: The Singapore server surprisingly runs fast here too also Sydney servers.
ExpressVPN. They are more expensive but I worry that the cheaper providers are in fact so cheap that they're actually receiving money as part of a gag order. Also they're based in the British Virgin Islands which is what I would do if I was running a service like this and didn't want to be bothered by prying eyes. Governments never bring attention to the islands because that's where they put their gifted money. Also there is a good Linux command line client.
Yesterday there was mention of VPNs and I chimed in that I just use the freebie thrown in by GetFlix (the guys who give you NetFlix region-switching, BBC iPlayer access etc.). Anyhoo, their 'lifetime' sub for USD39 is back on Stack Social.
Just note that although they still circumvent the NetFlix geoblocking (with some jiggery-pokkery) who knows how long that will be the case. But if you want to take a punt that it continues working, or don't care if it stops because you use other things like Hulu, BBC iPlayer or even are just after a cheap VPN sub then it's worth looking at.