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Stoopid tricky fence!

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With all the "not so nice" current events, this is some welcome news.  Here's hoping the trend continues indeed!
 
Here's to hoping the trend continues.
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This list (of course) isn't exhaustive, but it does a really nice job at covering some of the biggest websites (social, email, shopping, banking, etc.) and lets you know if they were/are effected by the Heartbleed bug and if you should change your password.

http://mashable.com/2014/04/09/heartbleed-bug-websites-affected/
Heartbleed: A look at which companies have issued a security patch to fix the Heartbleed bug.
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Trunks are complicated!
 
17 Baby Elephants Learning How To Use Their Trunks http://bzfd.it/Q0gKpM
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I'm looking for some reading/reference materials on the settings in the attached photo.  I've checked:
http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Doc:2.6/Manual/Motion_Tracking#Properties_available_in_tracking_mode
And did some (in page) searching, but couldn't find anything.  Any other resources? 

Thanks!
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+Erich Toven Where do you select the tripod engine? As for the lens it was a zoom lens, but once I got the shot setup, I left the zoom the same throughout the series.  The other night I managed to track the scene, but it was mostly doing 2 points all by hand over about 300 frames.  Then I still couldn't seem to output it correctly.  So tonight I figured I'd start again trying to do it a bit more automated (I still have my old tracks) so I could learn more about the tracker, but I just can't seem to get it to work as I'd expect.  To be fair, I know that that lots of tripod shots like I did isn't super easy to track and the building is very reflective and repetitive so that might also be confusing for Blender, but I was still hoping to make it work (and I'll continue to plug away at it).  Though I'm still curious where the tripod engine is that you spoke of?  Thanks for the help and feedback this evening!
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Wow.  Great work. 
#b3d  #Gooseberry  
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Meet the artists of the Gooseberry project!  I'm a big fan and now a supporter of this project.  Get involved and help make this happen!
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If you're not using +LastPass, you should be.  Extra bonus, if you ARE using lastpass, run the security check in your tools and it'll tell you which sites you need to go update your password on, and on which ones you should still wait.
 
Now you can run the LastPass Security Check to see how you may have been impacted by #Heartbleed :

#Cybersecurity   #passwordsecurity  
Yesterday we informed our community of the Heartbleed OpenSSL bug. In our blog post, we explained how this security issue impacted our service and what our users should know about the situation. We also built a tool to help o...
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Uploaded my original model, current version and the real building from a similar angle.  More work is still needed, but it (and I) have come a long way with getting around in blender!  It's been a fun fight! :)

Thanks to all here who have helped along the way!
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Hi Dan.
Add some lights in the rooms. some more geometry (walls, doors, inside) to give it good look. It won't take more time, since all of this is symetrical.
It looks good, by the way.
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Some very cool images in here.
 
Look into the eyes of some animals with a really intriguing #photography  series! #animals   #animalphotography   #theeyeshaveit  
Suren Manvelyan has been professionally snapping since 2006 and has put together this series to show the beauty of different species' eyes
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That cover photo is the stuff of nightmares.
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Been a member for around 10 years now. For most of that time it was fine, standard commercial gym (though sad that the local LA Fitness has more squat racks...but whatever). Sadly, in the past 6 to 12 months things have really gone down hill. WAY too many members. If you have lots of time to wait for machines and equipment, or are able to go between 8pm and 4am, you'll probably be fine, but otherwise I wouldn't bother.
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This place deserves all the accolades stated in the other reviews. Fast, professional and inexpensive. If I had to nit-pick, parking COULD be an issue since the whole area doesn't have much. That said, there is a small 20min spot right in front of the building and I was able to park right there. Without hesitation I would use them again and will suggest them to friends.
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Before I moved here all of these super low reviews really concerned me. I moved here anyway...and now that I have, I'm not sure exactly why this place is rated so low? First off, I do NOT work for Coral bay...I'm just a resident and have been here for almost 2 years. I'm also not sure if there are older parts of the complex? Is this place perfect? no...but it's not any worse than an average apartment. PROS: - The property is well maintained - I personally have never waited more than one day for a work order to be completed - lots of grassy areas for walking your dog - lots of laundry rooms - decent sized pool (though it DOES get busy over the summer, but it's public!) - parking, while not GREAT...is better here than other places I've lived in San Diego. If you're moving from someplace that has lots of space and plenty of parking...welcome to parking in San Diego :) - Rent isn't "cheap" but not crazy expensive for living 1 mile up the hill to mission bay - the office staff has always been friendly and helpful CONS: - Let's talk about rent again. This is the first place I've rented in San Diego that I'm getting charged for Trash, Water and Sewer. It's not super high, but bumps the rent bill up and many other places these services are included. - I also think if you don't have a dog, you can find other places that are just as nice, or nicer...for less. - the walls are on the thinner side, again...I've seen worse...I've seen better. It's not terrible, but with a noisy neighbor I can understand that complaint. Then again...even nice quiet walls with the "wrong" kind of neighbor...can be a pain. Welcome to the joys of apartment living. - I REALLY don't like how far away everything is. This might be nice if you're married or have a family...but I'd like to be a little closer to some sort of nightlife. - off leash dogs - this isn't so much an issue with the complex itself, but rather people (residents) that only care about them self. (for some reason it always seems to follow, the smaller the dog...the more inconsiderate the owner. mostly.) - poop in the grass. Coral Bay makes available plenty of dog poop receptacles as well as free "poop bags" so I can't really fault Coral Bay for this...many of the residents just don't care. As you see...many of the items on my "Cons" list have less to do with the complex and more to do with uncaring neighbors/residents. Not a pro or con, just something to note. When you go to re-sign your lease, Coral bay allows you to go month to month. I'm mixed on this. On the plus side, I think it's great they even let you DO month to month...many places require longer leases. However, if you WANT to go month to month...it's VERY expensive (if I remember right, I was quoted over $1500/mo) So yeah...if you want to keep your rent reasonable...you need to sign a longer lease, which is kind of a bummer. I hope this was helpful and helps to balance out some of these all negative reviews. I'm not sure where these other reviewers were from, or where they lived prior...but it seems like maybe their expectations were a little too high? While San Diego isn't the worst rental market in the country....it's not cheap to live here...and you pay more for just an "average place." Welcome to living and renting in SD :)
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