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Privacy Shield Officially Replaces Safe Harbour, Lifts US-EU Data Transfer Uncertainties
Privacy Shield is now in effect, providing the needed legal framework to ensure seamless flow of data between US and EU.
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Cool stuff Maynard...
This 3D printer only needs sun and sand. It uses solar energy to melt sand into glass that prints complex 3D objects. At a time when raw materials are lacking the project explores the potential of desert manufacturing.
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While on vacation with my family in Vienna, Austria, I went to grab some cash from an ATM. Being security paranoid, I repeated my typical habit of checking the card reader with my hand as I have 100’s of times. Today’s the day when my security awareness paid off! Check out my discovery of a...
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"The results of our study are unambiguous: there are significant privacy impacts associated with telephone metadata surveillance. Telephone metadata is densely interconnected, easily reidentifiable, and trivially gives rise to location, relationship, and sensitive inferences. In combination with independent reviews that have found bulk metadata surveillance to be an ineffective intelligence strategy (7, 8), our findings should give policymakers pause when authorizing such programs."
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"Anguish": Invisible Programming Language and Invisible Data Theft. By Zoffix Znet on May 16, 2016 7:36 PM. DISCLAIMER: data theft is a serious crime in many jurisdictions. The author does not condone or encourage anyone to break laws. The information provided here is for educational purposes ...
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Amazing clothing detects flash photos and obscures you. Way cool.
The concept struck designer Saif Siddiqui when he took a photo of friends and a nearby bike’s reflector obscured everyone’s face
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POOPGATE! Beware the flush though.... :\

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Fresh bread, hot out of the oven
Because here in the forest, that's how we roll.

ETA: Recipe

This bread is THE easiest bread you will ever make, because you don't have to knead it. It takes about 15 minutes of preparation time, just rises very slowly - rises twice for 6-8 hours each time.

Mix together thoroughly
- 1 & 3/4 cups warm water
- 1 scant tablespoon salt (good celtic or himalayan salt)
- 1/4 tsp instant yeast (yes, that's all)
- 1 cup all purpose flour - unbleached, organic white flour
- 1/4 cup whole wheat flour
(for the flour I've experimented with using spelt, rye, etc... some work better than others but they all seem to work, try what you like.)

Cover loosely & let sit 6 - 8 hours. Mixture should
be risen and possibly bubbly. It may have risen & fallen and be
sitting on top of a bed of liquid. This is called a "poolish". If you wish & you're able to, you can go on to the next step as soon as the poolish becomes bubbly, but it's all right to let it work till it gets to the "sitting on liquid" stage.

Add & mix well with spatula:
- 2 cups flour (For the basic recipe, I use half whole wheat & half unbleached white flour; you can experiment as you wish)

At this point you can add any ingredients you'd like:
herbs, seeds, nuts, olives, cheese, sun dried tomatoes, dried fruit and spices, chocolate chips, etc - be creative

Cover & let work till risen (6-8 hours or over night). At this point
the dough should be doubled in size and you should be able to see
large bubbles just below the surface. 

You can bake the bread now, or delay baking by doing the following:
Sprinkle top & edges with 2 TBS flour & fold sides in to centre all the around the bowl. Fold the dough over a few times. Set aside for another 3 hours or so.
(If you don't have time to bake the bread at this point, you can
repeat this step. The flavour will develop further if you do, but
will still be good if you don't. I usually don't)

baking:
pre-heat oven to 260C. Bake the dough in a covered pot/ tin for 30 minutes. Then uncovered for 8-10 minutes at 230C. I usually line the tin with baking paper; works really well, and just cover with aluminium foil. 
(note that times may vary depending on the size of the bread - I often use this recipe to make rolls, but this time is about right for a "standard" loaf.)

This is traditional baking at its best - the minimal yeast and slow rise time make for a better bread, without the need for chemical bread improvers or loads of yeast. super super easy, and super super yummy.

#bread   #recipe   #traditionalfood  
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Autumn colours at Lake Te Koutu , early morning in Cambridge New Zealand .

The Cambridge Domain Board was formed in 1880 to plant trees and beautify Lake Te Koutu and surrounds. Over the years this work has continued and today offers a tranquil spot in the middle of Cambridge.

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Nice restaurant, but was hot inside, a strategic fan or two would have helped. Limited menu when we visited, which wasn't advised about when we booked. Presentation of food was great and elements very nice. Meals were a little dry, could have done with more sauce. Service was friendly but lacked polish. 3.5/5
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reviewed a year ago
Always good coffee here, and very friendly service.
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reviewed 2 years ago
Seems to have improved a lot lately, coffee during the week is great, and food selection has improved.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Great food in nice quiet spot. Good place for kids with an enclosed courtyard.
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Lovely place to stop for a meal, good service and excellent food, servings seemed smaller but quite adequate and made up for it in flavour.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Novel location on mesanine floor in a church. Nice finger food and coffe reasonable, with excellent service
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reviewed 3 years ago
Nice setting when its fine out, but can be a bit crowded. Best coffee in town
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