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Georg Curnutt
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Was looking at all what is out there in G+ Land and found this. There is a lot more going on here than meets the eye. 
There have been a number of requests to reprint the earlier articles on loop construction by Peter G4FYY in online format. This is the first...
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I like this. 
Virt Tools are open source virtualization management tools for Linux system administrators. This site provides tutorials, videos, documentation, online help and roadmaps to help you get started with and understand the tools.
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With innovative smart contract concepts planned, enthusiasts believe 2017 may be the year enterprises experiment with bitcoin to settle smart contracts.
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Its great that we have all this translation software at our disposal that works pretty darn well. I still think that with all the sensors available, and the advancements in Embedded Ceramics, our devices could do a lot more than show words or speak to us in translated tongues. I am not knocking the progress made and its effectiveness to get ideas across the board. But I think we can do more, much more to make the experience more an interpersonal relationship with the person on the other end, and with the device as well.

I watch people watch Television. It scares the shit out of me! There is no element of communication there. We have adapted to believe there is. I have a hunch many of our so called mental diseases come from this break down in our senses to compensate for a bunch of flashing colored lights and a paper cone flapping as some real thing happening.

Yes VR is an attempt to bridge the gap, and audio technology tries to do things. Cool. But it lacks real interactivity. As humans we seem to really have a need to Interpersonally Communicate; much more complex than audio/visual stimulation.

When looking into sign language, the emphasis seems to me to be to not just communicate objects, but the emotions and feelings as well about these exchanges.

We do a good job with words, audio and visual because we have adapted to them. In adapting we have Compromised essential elements of why we communicate. And this creates all kinds of side effects. I am not a rocket scientist in communications, but I watch, and I compare what Nature does. We are missing a lot by doing things the way we do them today.

All I am really driving at is we have the capability to put in the palm of our hands a heck of a lot more communicative properties than most realize. We should demand more and utilize more and strive for more effective means of Interpersonally Communicating amongst one another. Compromises suck, cause pain. Pain bad. Less compromises equal less pain; less pain better, no pain good. Good equals a happy hominid. Happy hominids are good hominids. :-)
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Pretty impressive Documentation. I sure wish I knew this site was so well put together before I wrote off visiting here again. My last experience not long ago was horrible. I tried to navigate Red Hat for hours to get Documentation and even get a set of RHEL from their store. With both my Pixel C and Pixel XL the experience was so frustrating I wrote this off as a place I would not try to look again for anything.

Out of accident, on this Pixel C (I still do not like Touch Screens) my finger or something touched the link to this. Wonderful information. I do not have the money at present to consider buying a set of RHEL. A couple months ago I would have. But I am glad now I did not. All this work around Wayland. Something inside me does not care for this whole Wayland push. I truly do not have enough data on Wayland to talk about it Pro or Con, I just have that funny feeling about it.
When to use static addressing and when to use dynamic addressing? These decisions are subjective, they depend on your accessed needs, your specific requirements. Having a policy, documenting it, and applying it consistently are usually more important than the specific decisions you make.
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Somewhere I have some of these things. I thought it was a joke, but for $5 or $10 bucks got like 100 of them along with all kinds of neat software. Sure wish I could find those darn things. It is really cool to see this Bitcoin materialize into a true Currency. 
With innovative smart contract concepts planned, enthusiasts believe 2017 may be the year enterprises experiment with bitcoin to settle smart contracts.
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Thought this was pretty nifty. All kinds of things here that actually work.

Kind of spooky all the warnings before installation. But worth it.
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In case you wonder why I am serious about wireless communication improvements and P2P, look what it costs me to get a dang download at 12-25.5KB/s "High Speed" (1/4 Dial-Up Speeds of the olden days) data!

For what? I do email, G+, Hangouts, Google Music; rarely watch YouTube. And fetch a piece of software. 20 Hours left to TRY to get Android Studio!! Most downloads fail a few hours into it.

Like I said, if it kills me, I will get this Project up and rolling out with Slackware! This is hurtful.
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Really posting this for my own reference, but too, I am impressed with the Documentation here. The last time I visited I actually got so flustered I wanted to BUY a Copy of Red Hat. I tried with my Android Pixel XL and Pixel C for hours to navigate their site for both Documentation and how to buy a set of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. 
When to use static addressing and when to use dynamic addressing? These decisions are subjective, they depend on your accessed needs, your specific requirements. Having a policy, documenting it, and applying it consistently are usually more important than the specific decisions you make.
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More of a post to my self. But also, if anyone is interested in making wireless wwan & wifi an effortless setup as bad as me, maybe this is a start for you as well? It appears most Developers have access to solid Ethernet and Wifi and kind of set aside the priority of wireless.

I hope to Contribute a great deal of advancement to this realm by the time I am done pulling all my hair out and grinding my teeth to my gums, finished all my heart medications and exercised my anxiety to death & bury it, I should have a good solution. If I live long enough.

In actuality though, my main project does away with a lot of these issues. The transceivers I am working around are so simple, the code too, that fancy proprietary wireless gizmos are no longer necessary to consider. The RF exchange is so simple a Chicken could do it.

We shall see. Meanwhile, all this work done from past to present sitting in repositories is much appreciated. I aim to take all that and change the way we exchange our information. As it is now, it sure is a pain in the arse to accommodate everything expected to fly over the ether. I should say a Proprietary Ether. I do not care much for Proprietary anything, especially RF. Next thing you know we will be paying for Starlight, or someone will Patent Galactic Noise (maybe have?). Its this that gets my goat! Ludicrous! 
Projects/NetworkManager · Home · RecentChanges · Schedule · Login · GNOME.org · NetworkManager(8), NetworkManager.conf(5). Utilities. nmcli(1), nmtui(1), nmcli-examples(5). Settings Reference. nm-settings(5), nm-settings-keyfile(5), nm-settings-ifcfg-rh(5). Developer Resources. D-Bus API, libnm, ...
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Imagine Toll Boothes set up across all kinds of Networks for Spirits to pay before they can cross the heavens. This whole Cellular Network thing is not too far from this. WiMAX was a good attempt to change the way we do wireless, at least it met all the criterea for a lucrative way to provide a Service and cater to a need. But Clear Wire tried to play game in a Centralized world. In a P2P world, there is no Centralized anything except you the node. Not just a node, but a Node. Everything in nature is a Node in a Network that is as old as time.

Well, the Mad Scientist in me is rambling again; Egor needs my assistance, I must depart for now. (Narcisistic laughter as I go off) Its on my friends! I dont know about you, but I am tired of paying a lot of money to talk to you and share ideas nomatter how off the wall or important, it should not cost so mmuch time and money to do what is our inherant right, to Communicate. We created technology to be able to communicate farther and faster to fill a need to do so, not to pay a toll.
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Just too fascinating to not Share. I know I should be sticking my nose in Source Code, but this was way too cool to pass up. Perhaps there is a pill for this, my 'problem', however, my 'problem' is NOT "My Problem", it is rather THEIR PROBLEM.

There! How is that for breaking every rule of English ;-)
Long before the invention of coins, the earliest written legal codes take for granted the existence of commodity money that served both as a medium for paying fines and compensation and as a unit of account and standard of value assessing such penalties. The rules throughout the Sumerian “Code” of ...
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This stuff is not a fad. It IS the Future.
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Bourne Again Geek

Working to bring Communications to all sentient beings on Earth a free-form unfettered reality through Open Source Technologies and educate through demonstration and practical application the methods and madness of Individual Freedom found and held from Mutiny of Civilization as it is possible today.




Bragging rights
U.S. Army SOCOM 86-94 + Creative 30R Concepts 71-84 (USN/NWTC) + Single Son of Late Great Robert M. Curnutt; carrying on the Mission!
Education
  • USA
    Communications, 2007 - 2011
  • Suzuki
    Marketing, 1970 - 1980
  • Southwestern College
    International Business Management, 2007 - 2010
  • US Army
    Special Infantry, 1986 - 1994
  • Los Angeles Trade Tech
    Electronics, 1982 - 1986
  • WVOC Los Angeles
    Aircraft Airframe Powerplant Mechanics, 1995 - 1996
  • San Diego Mesa College
    Nursing, 2000 - 2002
  • Southwestern College
    Emergency Medical Hyperbaric Physiology, 2000 - 2002
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WildEndeavor, AquaNutt, C-927
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Anything, Anywhere, In, On, Above, or Under The World; Considered!
Employment
  • WildeGeist GZ-4 International
    Serial Entrepreneur , 2009 - 2016
    Developing products and business to fill the needs of the people
  • WildEndeavor
    Research & Development, 1995 - 2009
    R&D of contraptions and philosophies to build a better world upon
  • US Army
    Specialized Infantry, 1986 - 1994
    3/75 Ranger, 1st Ranger Co., 1/58th Inf, 2/3 ADA, 5/19-SF-ABN *, IRR -- Security Operations & Infantry Training
  • LADWP
    EDM (Trouble/Transmission), 1981 - 1985
    Electrical Distribution Mechanic (Cable Splicer/Lineman) Trouble & Transmission Emergency Response and Maintanance
  • 30R
    Field Engineering Support , 1975 - 2004
    Providing special services to support my fathers customers of Ampex Corporation and DOD Contacts
  • MeauXbetA
    Sole Proprietor, 2013 - 2016
    A fork of WildEndeavor and WildeGeist to test prototypes and theories for advancment of technologies for product development
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Wiesbaden, Germany - Edmonton, Canada - San Diego, California - Los Angeles, California - Freemont, California - Ridgecrest, California - Hilo, Hawaii - El Paso, Texas - Columbus, Georgia - Panama City Beach, Florida - Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands - Oxnard, California
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Slackware64 14 & Google Chrome
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openSUSE on Efika MX
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There was a nice article posted online yesterday by Linux Magazine of Germany: Open-Suse-Image für ARM-Computer. The article applauded the e

Scientists Invent Particles That Will Let You Live Without Breathing
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This may seem like something out of a science fiction movie: researchers have designed microparticles that can be injected directly into the

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It is a bus terminal that also gets me up to Tripler Army Hospital/VA via #31 or VA Shuttle. Be patient, nothing comes or goes there around noon for a couple hours. Mornings and afternoons have good regular service. There are restrooms. And a manned booth during working hours to get bus passes.
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Friendly, honest, thorough. No fooling around crane people.
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The most professional and courteous people in Hawaii. They have helped me through thick and thin. My friend has used them for business for a long time. He only goes with the best. So I followed suit and couldn't be more pleased. I have used UPS Store before elsewhere and was pleased as well. I will not use anything else. Awesome! Aloha dwells here.
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This bank has been gone for almost 2 years now. No ATM or FHB bank anywhere near here!
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