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Ever wondered if you can bypass that 30 mins free time of wifi  (or whatever timeframe)  at the airports?

Try changing your MAC address. 
Simply make sure your wifi is disconnected and enter:
sudo ifconfig INTERFACE_NAME ether NEW_MAC_ADDR (e.g. sudo ifconfig en0 ether 28:cf:e9:12:87:62). 
Try connecting after that - you should have another 30 mins free :)
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It's sad that still lots of people don't see the importance of mobile website... Feels like the old websites are the new ie6...
 
"Action Item: Your #1 priority is to build a mobile website." - http://www.themobileplaybook.com/en-us/#/chapter2_1
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This is why macs are so expensive... Because of the amazing trash can. :D 
 
Meanwhile, over at Apple...

#apple   #ios8   #wwdc   #osx   #yosemite   #osxyosemite   #osxmavericks   #google  
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Interesting way of seeing what sounds looks like! I think I could make something like this as a weekend project :)
 
This is what sound looks like → http://goo.gl/b0ZoFN
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Bitly hacked - http://blog.bitly.com/post/85260908544/more-detail. I don't understand why most companies don't take security seriously. They take it seriously once it get's viral. It's only now that these guys started working on 2 factor authentication. Seriously...
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The Most Astounding Fact
Astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson was asked in an interview with TIME magazine, “What is the most astounding fact you can share with us about the Universe?” This is his answer.
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Does anyone know what this stone actually is? I thought it might be a salt rock but it's not. It was found on the coast of Adriatic sea.
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Not sure, could be both
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Kind of interesting approach to deal with sharks...
 
+Optus shows what happens when technology and creativity goes to the beach. Clever buoys indeed! 
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This is so cool. Next thing you know we'll all be terminators :)
The 2014 World Cup begins next month in Brazil and will feature something truly amazing: the plan is for a paralyzed, non-ambulatory Brazilian teenager to..
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This is ridiculous. I just looked at TopTal's website for more then 30 secs and they already guess that I have "10 rigorously screened software developer matches" How did they figure that out? I don't even have a company to hire for. Even more funny, I haven't been asked any questions!  #spam   #toptal  +Toptal, LLC 
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Apparently, nobody wanted it strong enough to submit a patch for review; and/or everybody was content with the workaround.
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Hi Dartisans,

I wanted to introduce my latest Dart project, DartRay.  It is a Dart port of the PBRT (pbrt.org) physically based ray tracer. It supports a number of rendering and lighting algorithms, include monte carlo path tracing, metropolis light transport, photon mapping, subsurface scattering, etc. You can find the project on pub at http://pub.dartlang.org/packages/dartray

I was a bit skeptical of how Dart would hold up to the level of computation required by the more advanced rendering methods. But I was rather pleased with the results. For a benchmark test against C++, I did a metropolis render with bidirectional path tracing, specular reflections and environmental lighting. The C++ version (multi-threaded, debug build) completed the image in 10.5 minutes; the Dart VM, splitting the render job into 4 concurrent isolates, rendered the image in 19.5 minutes. Of course the optimized build of C++ would be better, but given it's nearly a direct port from C++ with little work on Dart-specific optimizations (no simd, too many object allocations, etc), I'm pleased with the results. And with continued optimizations, both in my code which has room for a lot of optimization, and in the Dart VM, I'm confident performance will get better.

Hope you enjoy, and don't get too put off by how loud your CPU fans can get :-)
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Service was good but the food far from it. The steaks on the menu presented as 250grams were barely 100grams. The quality was really low. One could buy better steak in Coles. I don't think I will visit the place again.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: Very GoodService: Good
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