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Richard Cranefield
Dad, Photographer, Broadcast Solutions Architect and sometime baker.
Dad, Photographer, Broadcast Solutions Architect and sometime baker.
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I am trying to integrate a shared notebook with Slack via IFTTT. The notebook is shared only with some of the users on the Slack channel. But when the IFTTT action runs it posts a notification of a new note in the Slack it publishes a URL for the note that is entirely public.

Anyone can access the note and no authentication is asked for when the link is clicked.

It looks like IFTTT makes the note public. Does anyone have any idea why that is?


I am trying to integrate a shared notebook with Slack via IFTTT. The notebook is shared only with some of the users on the Slack channel. But when the IFTTT action runs it posts a notification of a new note in the Slack it publishes a URL for the note that is entirely public.

Anyone can access the note and no authentication is asked for when the link is clicked.

It looks like IFTTT makes the note public. Does anyone have any idea why that is?



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Fancy smart heating but not the cost? Here's how to make your own with a Raspberry Pi and a bit of ingenuity http://bit.ly/1VKWdn4
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Cold filter coffee + ice + choc ice + blender
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There is going to be an HCL Patients Conference in Chicago. 

Details here...

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Just a note to let you know that there are a few spaces still available for the Shine Work and Cancer workshop in Bournemouth. The workshop is being led by an expert on work and cancer (who knew there were experts in this?!) and is suitable for people who are returning to work after treatment, thinking of changing careers, or actively looking for a new job.

I know it's in Bournemouth but if anyone is interested in attending, we may be able to assist with travel costs - just drop me an email and we can chat!

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More details on the London HCL Patients conference...

I was asked to speak briefly at a charity event earlier this week. After my spot one of the audience came up to me and told me that her father had Hairy Cell Leukaemia and that she'd not met anyone else that had it.

Apparently he was diagnosed when he was 38. 

He is now 80!!!!

Some hope for us all there then.

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Hi All, I just had this land in my InBox from a Macmillan forum...

Some info about the  first hairy cell leukaemia (HCL) patient seminar in Europe. London Seoptember 20th 2014 The Royal Marsden in Partnership  Hairy Cell Leukaemia Foundation is hosting this

 September 20, 2014

 The Royal Marsden Education & Conference Centre

Julian Bloom Lecture Theatre

Stewart’s Grove, London SW3 6JJ

 

  Contact

For further information or to book a free place, visit

www.hairycellleukemia.org/patients/patient-seminars   

Please RSVP by 1 September 2014


Patient Seminar Agenda

12:00 PM       Networking Lunch with Patients & HCL Experts

12:50 PM       Welcome to Patients & Guests,Brian Friedman, Hairy Cell Leukemia Foundation
 
1:00 PM         Historical Perspective of HCL
Daniel Catovsky, M.D., The Royal Marsden
 
1:15 PM          Latest Treatment Opportunities for HCL
Claire Dearden, M.D., The Royal Marsden
Francesco Forconi, M.D., University of Southampton
Enrico Tiacci, M.D., University of Perugia
 

1:45 PM          Question & Answer Forum

3:15 PM          Quality of Life / Patient Data Registry
Monica Else, MA, MSc, The Institute for Cancer Research
 
3:25 PM          A Patient’s Perspective

3:50 PM          Closing Remarks
Brian Friedman, Hairy Cell Leukemia Foundation
 

4:00 PM          Adjourn
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