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Matthew Pike
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This might be of interest to people implementing fNIRS based software - an open format for sharing fNIR recordings.  I will probably create a quick Python library using the standard. 

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"fNIRS in the Wild" is a community open to discussion relating to functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS). By the wild, we mean anything away from a clinical setting where fNIRS.
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The intention for this community is to provide a a space for individuals interested in using fNIRS (Functional near-infrared spectroscopy) in the "wild". The "wild" can be considered  anything away from the field of medicine  (but this doesn't exclude lab based settings!).

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Added photos to UKIEPC 2013.
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Wtf was that about?? Some women was screaming her head off on Park Place at 5:30am. Last time I'm sleeping with the wondows open!!!

P.s. it was funny to see the police roll up 10 min after it all went down - onto a perfectly silent ands empty street. Now back to sleep.
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Classic Sony. And we wondered why they had so many security breaches ...
How not to design a CAPTCHA

Unfortunately Sony missed the entire point of a CAPTCHA. Instead of using an obfuscated image which is difficult for computers to recognize the characters, they include the CAPTCHA's unobfuscated characters in HTML and use CSS and JavaScript to make the characters appear slightly distorted.

While taking a Digital Image and Video Processing class (EE 371R at utexas.edu), I picked up a summer hobby of writing CAPTCHA breakers. Most CAPTCHAs can be decoded with a combination of Gaussian edge detection and XOR difference analysis with known characters. However this one falls to a simple regex.
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Although not unique to g+, it is interesting to see "nearby" streams as an indicator of the adoption of g+ in the local area. I can definitely see Google integrating this "nearby" data into their search results.
Sketty, Swansea
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