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So I was looking through TWRP's github and noticed that it's still based on OpenAES-0.7.0. That seems to be unfortunate because OpenAES-0.8.0 did "implement multi-threading to improve performance" which I would think would be a great boon for our highly constrained devices. Any comment?
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If it's just the hardware keymaster then you will just have to figure out what libraries are needed to make the hardware keymaster work in recovery. You should be able to get a pretty good idea which files are needed by looking at the latest hammerhead device tree on github.com 
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ZOMG! Gordon's back! ASDFKJAHSGFKAJSHGF!!!
I will be at TCAF this weekend! You should totally come say hi! Also I have a piece of QC "art" for sale on eBay. Your ad here, right now, for as low as $0. Help support the QC archives! Advertising courtesy of Project Wonderful.
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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 Cloudflare just start using ReCAPTCHA for Tor exit relay challenges, as opposed to the gnarly double-word abominations they used to employ? This wouldn't happen to have anything to do with Google I/O coming up soon, would it? 
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When I try to enable disk encryption, I get this error:

E/Cryptfs ( 229): Bad magic for real block device /dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/userdata
E/Cryptfs ( 229): Not a valid ext4 superblock
E/Cryptfs ( 229): Original filesystem overlaps crypto footer region. Cannot encrypt in place.

The thing is /data is technically f2fs on ghost, not ext4. Perhaps this was an oversight? 
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+Antonio Rivero​​​​​​​ Thanks for that, but as I stated in the OP, the filesystem is f2fs. Apparently, f2fs-tools doesn't have a resize tool, by design. So I guess that means I have to backup my /data partition, format it as ext4 (while shrinking the appropriate length), reformat it as f2fs again, and then restore the backup to /data and hope everything still works. 

Edit: It's interesting to note that resize script shrinks by a very paranoid value of 1024K even though the cryptfs footer really only requires 16K. But what's 1MB between friends? 😜
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Hmm... Looks like a lot of talent from the Artificial Muscle team at Bayer MaterialScience jumped ship to Apple around the time of their acquisition by Parker-Hannifin. Others moved to Google. Others simply stuck around at their new owner. Perhaps this means that Apple might actually replace that fault-prone Taptic engine with a superior EAP actuator version?
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Oh gawd, the bronies have discovered Tor.

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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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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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