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Love man....Love...Man...Love!! 
Unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality.
~ Martin Luther King Jr.

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New #CCNP TSHOOT labs in my #GNS3 CCNP-X Labs Collection. +GNS3​ 
- They are now all available as an open source git project on GitLab:
- The README.pdf contains all necessary information about how to use these labs:
- The screenshots below are only a few examples of what is available in the collection.
- A few #Ansible labs are also there.
- you can clone the whole labs to a local folder: <git clone [. | directory]>
- if you need some information on git about how to get started, the Pro Git book, written by Scott Chacon and Ben Straub, is available for free here:
- It is possible to submit a Merge Request (=GitHub"s PR Pull Request, cf. if:
+ you propose a successfully tested solution to an unsolved lab.
+ you propose a successfully tested fix for what you believe to be a glitch.
+ you propose your lab(s) as long as they deal with areas which are not already covered and they have already been successfully tested
+ the images used in your lab(s) are not part of the MR, unless they are open source
- The conversion tool used in GNS3 1+ to load labs made for GNS3 0.8.x (*.net --> *.gns3) has been improved, but there may be some glitches left. If the conversion does not work correctly for a particular lab, you should use the old 0.8.7 release of GNS3 for it. It is possible to have multiple releases of GNS3 installed (1 pre 1.x and 1 post 1.x).
- The conversion process should be significantly improved with GNS3 1.5 onwards.
- It is theoretically possible to import some of them (the latest) into VIRL. I haven't tested that feature yet, please let me know how it goes.
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Mapping How the Brain Stores Memories

Scientists know that our memories are stored in specific areas of the brain, but there has been some debate over whether a single brain region can store different memories that control opposing behavior. For example, can the same region store the meanings of red and green traffic lights—the memories that make a driver stop a car at a red light, then hit the gas pedal at a green light?

The research is in eLife. (full open access)

#memory #neuroscience

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