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Trying to find out from Chromecast owners if they have problem with audio sync. I'm interested in using a chromecast to connect a laptop to a projector, but the audio will remain on the laptop connected to the speakers.
How does Chromecast deal with local audio and remote video? I know there is a considerable lag in the stream, so does the audio play before the remote video?
And is the any easy fix, like a way to delay the audio coming out of the local source (Laptop)?
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Sorry, i didn't completely understand your setup. I get it now. I haven't played with that scenario. I did a quick search on Google but no help on this setup. Hopefully you find an app that will help. Good luck with it. 
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Calling for debates will be seen as gendered harassment.
You can't pin them down, it's rhetorical rape, that's the point!
Steve Pinker does a very good job about laying out the data, but for fundamentalists it's not effective. it's often easier to "throw their shit back at them" so turning the framing into obsessing about each others place in the intersectional matrix and wallow in the guilt of be living affluently in a flea-market capitalist dictatorship oppressing every other society in the world, including their own. And your blog can't save it, in fact your blog feeds industries which fuels remote controlled drones killing innocent children in idealistic indigenous communities around the globe.
SAVE THE CHILDREN - STOP BLOGGING!

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It's not so important to be the first to create this type of band engagement, more so is to disseminate and teach other bands how to support themselves with this revenue model. Problem is bands today are uninteresting as a subject matter, we're focused on the communication and emotion of the music as the craft's output. But if you really want to adapt it for ad revenue generation it's not so important to make great music but to be outspoken, controversial, shallow or trend follower. You could make the band's album creation process into a youtube series or have a cooking and drink making channel, even educational ones, fund it with ad and product placement (instruments, gear, food or even legal highs branding).

Biting a prop bat's head off perhaps wouldn't be as viral today as manufacturing targeted soap drama or creating mind numbing pseudo-comedy. There is a general loss of sex, drugs and rock attitude, it's politically  incorrect. Popular today is to display femi-vegan environmentalist save the children messages.

+Plus, we're all becoming sheep trying to make a living from these rights infringing unethical corporations. "Kill yourself" was bill hicks advice for advertising and marketing institutional roles, and we're sleepwalking into that lifestyle. Who wants to freeze sleeping in their car only to die in overdose vomit from their extremist escapist and hedonist pursuits?

"That's a great market", unfortunately


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pictures_of_Starving_Children_Sell_Records

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Borders and Convergences between Neuroscience and Behavior:  Methodological and Theoretical Challenges in Knowledge Generation

Paul Frankland (PHD of neuroscience at the University of Toronto) and Patricia Izar (Experimental Psychology at USP) 

This event is an initiative of presenting an argument between commonalities and differences of hard Neuroscience, based on molecular and laboratory studies, and more behavioral perspective based on ethological field studies.
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Borders and Convergences between Neuroscience and Behavior:  Methodological and Theoretical Challenges in Knowledge Generation

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This event is an initiative of presenting an argument between commonalities and differences of hard Neuroscience, based on molecular and laboratory studies, and more behavioral perspective based on ethological field studies.
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Why the Ladies/Gentlemen role division? It's so tacky, specially with Berlin's history of queerness, why not let men sell and woman pay too?
It seems like a great tool but wrapped in an outdated traditionalist framework.
Ohlala is a newly launched app, which hopes to revolutionize the sex industry. It was launched in Berlin, Germany, a couple of weeks ago. Take a look.
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"Impose through dominance?"
It's called epigenetics, it's not the patriarchy.
The X chromosome that is attributed to the first 5-6 week of embryonic development is not the second sexual dimorphic X from the XX , but the first X that is present in both XX (female) and XY (male) humans.
Both sexes share those bits of genetic code!

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yes, buy to "do your part" and save the earth.
brings this to mind: “My claim is basically that philanthrocapitalism is a sub-form of a new creative capitalism in practical terms and even more forcefully in legitimizing intent. We should then not understand it as a mere appendix to capitalism, or as an insignificant advertising trick, but as a fully integrated part of the way in which capitalism is operating and legitimizing itself at present (Žižek, 2009; Nielsen, 2009). “
http://www.ephemerajournal.org/contribution/pro-bono-philanthrocapitalism-ideological-answer-inequality

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Borders and Convergences between Neuroscience and Behavior:  Methodological and Theoretical Challenges in Knowledge Generation

Paul Frankland (PHD of neuroscience at the University of Toronto) and Patricia Izar (Experimental Psychology at USP) 

This event is an initiative of presenting an argument between commonalities and differences of hard Neuroscience, based on molecular and laboratory studies, and more behavioral perspective based on ethological field studies.
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Borders and Convergences between Neuroscience and Behavior:  Methodological and Theoretical Challenges in Knowledge Generation

Paul Frankland (PHD of neuroscience at the University of Toronto) and Patricia Izar (Experimental Psychology at USP)

This event is an initiative of presenting an argument between commonalities and differences of hard Neuroscience, based on molecular and laboratory studies, and more behavioral perspective based on ethological field studies.
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Borders and Convergences between Neuroscience and Behavior:  Methodological and Theoretical Challenges in Knowledge Generation

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