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Volunteers tailor Ubuntu Linux to UK’s health service

A group of British IT health care specialists have tailored the Ubuntu Linux distribution for use by the UK’s national health service (NHS) on its workstations. The alpha version of NHSbuntu was unveiled at the South West CIO Forum on 27 April.

The advantages of NHSbuntu over proprietary PC operating systems include security, speed, costs and freedom. Using NHSbuntu will also enable NHS organisations to run up-to-date versions of browsers, creating an environment in which innovation can flourish, the developers say.

See https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/node/161230
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Don’t shy away from failure. Instead, encourage your team to learn and grow from testing missteps. https://goo.gl/f8BaZf
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+Unity 5.6 added native integration for Daydream and Cardboard, and #Tango will also be integrated directly into Unity 2017.2.

#vision17
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Check out AutoDraw! A new drawing tool pairing #ai and artists' drawings to help everyone draw stuff fast #aiexperimenthttps://www.autodraw.com
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Let’s make every day #EqualPayDay. All employers can take steps to eliminate the gender and race pay gaps, today → https://g.co/go/rework
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Making Alderaan Great Again

Tarkin reduced Alderaan unemployment to 0 :)

(Source: goo.gl/X78wyh)

#StarWars #Tarkin #Alderaan
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Hey everyone! I’ve been making a lot of improvements to my Tango camera stabilizer, and shooting a lot of test footage.

One of the big things I’ve been working on is the camera’s behavior, finding the right balance between smoothing and control. I think I’ve gotten pretty close to the “sweet spot”, where a user can easily get a locked off shot or consistent camera move, even if they’re using one hand.

Next I’m going to start looking into rolling shutter reduction.
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