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Greg Shultz investigates the KB3035583 update for Windows 7/8.1 systems and explains why he thinks it resembles an Easter Egg more so than Nagware.
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Explications sur le responsive design, qu'est ce que cela signifie, d'où vient le responsive design, pourquoi est-ce important et à quoi cela sert.
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BAT: The Buoyant Airborne Turbine
The Altaeros BAT integrates proven aerospace and wind turbine technology. The BAT lifting platform is adapted from tethered aerostats, which have reliably lifted heavy communications and monitoring equipment high into the air for decades. The Altaeros BAT integrates four main components:

Shell - A proprietary helium-filled shell made from high performance, industrial fabrics that lifts the turbine up and stabilizes it in the air.

Turbine - A lightweight conventional three-blade, horizontal axis wind turbine fixed within the shell.

Tethers – The lightweight, high strength tethers hold the turbine in place in all weather conditions and transmit power to the ground.

Ground Station - The portable ground station is rapidly deployed from a shipping container and includes an autonomou

http://www.altaerosenergies.com/bat.html
BAT: The Buoyant Airborne Turbine. The Altaeros BAT integrates proven aerospace and wind turbine technology. The BAT lifting platform is adapted from tethered aerostats, which have reliably lifted heavy communications and monitoring equipment high into the air for decades.
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5 Reasons Why BPG Will Eventually Replace JPEG

There’s a new player in the image compression scene: #BPG (Better Portable Graphics), a format based on a single video frame of the new HEVC video codec. BPG was developed by Fabrice Bellard, a very well-known software engineer who also created ffmpeg, a comprehensive and widely used platform for media processing.  With no apparent marketing campaign or industry backing, BPG has quickly gained comprehensive media coverage, including articles in Forbes, The Register and DPReview.

http://blog.jpegmini.com/5-reasons-why-bpg-will-eventually-replace-jpeg/
BPG support will not be missing in future versions of JPEGmini!
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Human e-mailing behavior is so predictable that computer scientists have created an algorithm that can calculate when an e-mail thread is about to end.
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In what's being called a win-win for the environment and the production of renewable energy, researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California, Berkeley, have achieved a major breakthrough in artificial photosynthe...
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Photographer Martina Gardiner captures a spectacular sunset from the Grianán of Aileach stone fort.

The Stone Fort of Grianán of Aileach is sits on a hilltop in Inishowen County Donegal. 250m above sea level, the stone fort was probably first built on an earthen rath.
The view from Aileach is breathtaking. The glistening waters of Lough Foyle and Lough Swilly are clear, as is the form of the entire peninsula. A windy and exposed place, Grianán has been a silent witness to the history of Ireland.
The origins of the Grianán of Aileach fort are dated back to 1700 BC. It is linked to the Tuatha de Danann who invaded Ireland before the Celts and built stone forts on top of strategic hills. They worshipped Dagda (the Good God) and he too is associated with the origins of Aileach. It was he who ordered the building of a stone fort to act as a burial monument to his dead son.
The round fort is built largely without mortar. The interior has three terraces and wooden structures were built against the terraces to provide accommodation. The outline of Bronze Age or Iron Age ramparts can be seen below the fort. Legend states that the giants of Inishowen are lying sleeping but when the sacred sword is removed they will spring to life reclaiming their ancient lands.
Mr Walter Bernard of Derry restored the stone fort or cashel in the 1870's. It is the centrepiece of the site, 23m in internal diameter with walls measuring 5m in height and approximately 4m in thickness. The dry stonewalls contain two passages within them as well as terraces along their interior which would have allowed access to their summit.
It is thought that St Patrick visited the site in the 5th century and baptised the local chieftain, Eoghan (from whom Inis Eoghan gets its name)
‪ #‎stone‬ ‪#‎fort‬ ‪#‎history‬ ‪#‎celts‬ ‪#‎Donegal‬ ‪‬ #sightseeing #Ireland #Europe #Donegal  
 
Photographer Martina Gardiner captures a spectacular sunset from the Grianán of Aileach stone fort.
The Stone Fort of Grianán of Aileach is sits on a hilltop in Inishowen County Donegal. 250m above sea level, the stone fort was probably first built on an earthen rath.
The view from Aileach is breathtaking. The glistening waters of Lough Foyle and Lough Swilly are clear, as is the form of the entire peninsula. A windy and exposed place, Grianán has been a silent witness to the history of Ireland.
The origins of the Grianán of Aileach fort are dated back to 1700 BC. It is linked to the Tuatha de Danann who invaded Ireland before the Celts and built stone forts on top of strategic hills. They worshipped Dagda (the Good God) and he too is associated with the origins of Aileach. It was he who ordered the building of a stone fort to act as a burial monument to his dead son.
The round fort is built largely without mortar. The interior has three terraces and wooden structures were built against the terraces to provide accommodation. The outline of Bronze Age or Iron Age ramparts can be seen below the fort. Legend states that the giants of Inishowen are lying sleeping but when the sacred sword is removed they will spring to life reclaiming their ancient lands.
Mr Walter Bernard of Derry restored the stone fort or cashel in the 1870's. It is the centrepiece of the site, 23m in internal diameter with walls measuring 5m in height and approximately 4m in thickness. The dry stonewalls contain two passages within them as well as terraces along their interior which would have allowed access to their summit.
It is thought that St Patrick visited the site in the 5th century and baptised the local chieftain, Eoghan (from whom Inis Eoghan gets its name)
‪ #‎stone‬ ‪#‎fort‬ ‪#‎history‬ ‪#‎celts‬ ‪#‎Donegal‬ ‪‬ #sightseeing #Ireland #Europe #Donegal  
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One expansion port, even when it's the supremely versatile new USB Type-C, just isn't enough for a laptop. Not yet. The shortage of connection options on the new MacBook is by design — as Apple is...
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http://on.fb.me/1ajit3x - Long exposure by Photographer Sam Smallwoods of the Donegal coastline. http://bit.ly/fS9on6
 
http://on.fb.me/1ajit3x - Long exposure by Photographer Sam Smallwoods of the Donegal coastline. http://bit.ly/fS9on6 - Experience all the beauty Ireland has to offer with a seasonal getaway in glorious Donegal.

This breath-taking county promises wild landscapes blanketed in bog and heather, isolated white sandy beaches and a roughly hewn wild Atlantic way coastline. http://bit.ly/18d5JdX

And when you need a break from the elements, cosy little pubs are at hand to provide you with some hearty grub, shelter from the windy headlands and good company. http://bit.ly/1yfLEzQ

Get away from it all this spring in Donegal, a county that will force you to kick back, slow down and admire the view. http://bit.ly/1G2fiJU

#wildatlanticway #Donegal #Ardara #photography #Ireland #beaches #mountains #touring #cycling #sightseeing
Long exposure by Photographer Sam Smallwoods of the Donegal coastline. http://bit.ly/fS9on6 - Experience all the beauty Ireland has to offer with a...
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