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I wonder how many obfs4 bridges out there are similarly misconfigured? It seems like every one I've tried for the past week outright refuses my connection. I'm pretty sure I'm presenting them with their correct public key. What am I doing wrongly? 
Hi. I've configured my bridge to support obfs3 and obfs4 transports using the debian obfs4proxy package from http://deb.torproject.org/torproject.org. Connecting to the bridge using TBB 4.5a4 works for obfs3 but not obfs4. TBB produces this error: [warn] Proxy Client: unable to connect to ...
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Will there be a uric acid test module and are you partnering with any EHR vendors?
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+Vestigen A big one to partner with would be Epic. It's the one that Kaiser Permanente uses here in California and elsewhere.
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Is it just me or did the Android SDK Tools change minor version numbers several times in the past 24 hours? I just got finished updating them, took a shower, and it had already jumped three minor revisions.
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Curse you, Droid Sans Mono, for making 'O' and '0' look so similar! It's a total bitch trying to visually figure out which is which in a pseudorandomly generated password, even more so when that password is meant to decrypt your phone on boot! 😈
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While DLP technology is an amazing development for projection, a lot of its potential is literally wasted as heat by dumping unused photons into the black absorber. There's a company out of Vancouver called MTT Innovation that exploits an optics concept known as "caustics" to dramatically increase the dynamic range of the image while still using the same powered light source. They basically compute an optimization pattern and modulate the DMD in such a way that the light patterns constructively and destructively produce incredibly bright highlights and inky shadows. They presented a talk at SIGGRAPH 2014 that was quite impressive. And while they state that, right now, they're only using the technique to generate improved highlights, I can imagine a future version that pairs with a high-power light source to generate dynamically configurable light steering for the entire frame to improve luminance for applications like 3D cinema, which often suffers from darker images due to the polarization effects.
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Of course, +The Verge conveniently glosses over the "last-mile unbundling" changes to Title II that are basically monopoly concessions to the ISP lobby. Unless there are also changes that ensure fair access to utility poles and conduit for competitive entrants, this part of the law is just more of the same FCC pussyfooting around.
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Since #ProjectAra and #ProjectTango are effectively using the same SoC now (Nvidia K1), can we expect a depth sensor module collaboration sometime in the future?
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I wonder if anyone's asked +Amazon.com's Echo "Are you ready for your treatment?"
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It appears +Alex Cruz has locked comments on the original thread or I'm personally blocked. I sincerely hope that isn't the case as I believe we were having a reasonable debate apart from his spat with Joe Hindy and I do respect his input to a certain extent. I'll continue my thoughts below.

+Alex Cruz I don't think AOSP is going to "die" (your words, not mine), for reasons I've outlined earlier, but I do think it's dangerously close to alienating a significant population of the platform developer community, much like how Samsung did when they started tossing code over the wall for Tizen. If Google thinks it can go it alone without outside contributions, more power to them, but I haven't seen a project of as much complexity as Android survive for long with that attitude. That being said, I understand why they're doing it. They're tired of being accused of "fragmentation" and needed to find a way unify the platform across release cycles. I get that, I really do. I just wish Open Source principles didn't have to be sacrificed to attain that goal.
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+Mike Trieu never said that's why it was important haha

Based on your comments, I think you're smart enough to put two and two together and figure out why AOSP is important in other areas.

I think we're arguing over nothing here.

My post earlier was simply to point out that Google won't kill AOSP. It would be stupid for them to do so for so many reasons and on top of that, there hasn't been any evidence of why they would anyways.

I'm not going to keep beating a dead horse. I would much rather troll Joe Hindy hahahaha

Have fun man!! :-)
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Huh, it's a bit like Android Studio, but for C#.
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Ordered the usual. Halfway through the bowl, discovered a hair from the girl who served it. I'm pretty sure there are health codes for exactly this reason. And at the end, the sugar cone bowl was stale. Not the best experience I've had at a Cold Stone Creamery. Probably won't be coming back to this particular establishment anymore.
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