You asked my meteor login. Oddly, i've been researching and promoting their framework since the beginning but never opened an account there.
As for Sandstorm.io, I'm a big fan of Wave and other apps they already have available, so i'm gonna move over to any discussions there and get building some projects. My G+ activity will be taking a back seat now.
So i've tried installing Sandstorm on my laptop (Ubuntu) but my localhost wasn't configured. I removed Apache and installed Nginx, then made a Sandcats DNS (their free service) as it allows wildcard domains. The wildcard (*.domain) helps containerize our apps for security (cross-domain policy) but i'm not sure how nginx.conf handles it. There's a "default" and "example" conf provided, and i'm renaming where appropriate, but no go yet. If you try Sandstorm on your own machine, let me know it works or not.
Our usernames are dependant on app login. We have our site login name but it's not static across apps. That's something we need to test. Also we have different apps; discussion, code editor, design tools, bot apps, etc. So how to "community" them together is something we need to implement i think.
Data scientist Kai Sheng Tai has produced public available code to transform images into the style of various painters.
More Here: http://prostheticknowledge.tumblr.com/post/128044261341/implementation-of-a-neural-algorithm-of-artistic
US banks are subsidising (with cheap long-term loans) solar installations on roofs across the US thru companies like SolarCity. Those US banks themselves were subsidised by massive bailouts, and nearly a decade of zero interest rates, including significant domestic QE. This two-step subsidy for American home owners is no different to India offering incentives to manufacturers directly. China also does this in a big way thru government owned banks making huge loans to their own manufacturers. India should just instruct banks to provide cheap loans for solar installation, and then guarantee to underwrite a proportion of the cost if it's locally sourced and therefore lowering the carbon footprint, or give tax rebates, etc. That's how the US, China, and Germany play the game.
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