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After 7 years a possible complete control over Linux, problem has been fixed. Reading what has been happening over the years it is obvious that it will take place only if certain other things are not set up to protect the signal. The highest system administration of course has protected this, but for Mortals it is good to read and patch with this problem.

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Important post! The game is now available in open beta !

★ What does that means?
Everyone can now download and play the game!

★ What can we do to help you?
Talk about the game to anyone that might be interested in!
And for sure, if you know anyone in the local press or internet press contact them so that they try the game out and possibly make an article about it.
Some online press site (android police, etc...) ask readers to propose applications/games for review. Think of it! Contact the site you are used to consult about games, etc...

★ What will happen, after?
While the game is still beta I'll take feedback (mostly bugs) and try to incorporate some enhancements some of you proposed.
Than around beginning of December I'll release the game officially. And another round of press/siblings contact will be appreciated.
It will also be very important to leave a comment and a rating about the application ! I encourage you to ask everyone around you to rate it when it's possible!

★ And, after?
I'll start another private community for my next project.
The link will be posted here later.
I'll start to work on Whispering Eons #1 ~ mid 2017.


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Imagine being able to tape thin, affordable solar cells anywhere: the top of a trailer, the side of a building, or the roof of your car. Sunflare‘s new solar technology could make that possible. The Los Angeles-based startup has developed solar cells just a few micrometers thick that can be secured to any surface with a special double-sided tape according to company founder Len Gao
The Los Angeles-based Sunflare team spent 16 years developing their ideal solar cell made with copper, indium, gallium, and selenide. The solar cells are said to be superior to traditional solar technologies in terms of weight and efficiency, generating 10 percent more power and weighing 65 percent more lightweight than other panels. Sunflare’s CIGS solar cells are affordable too, potentially costing as little as $1.07 per watt.

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The flexibility of Sunflare’s thin solar cells, which lack a glass substrate, mean they could be placed in areas inaccessible to traditional panels. Sunflare lays out their vision on their website: “Sunflare panels can be seamlessly incorporated into existing structures or integrated into unique architectural designs, all while providing clean, renewable, affordable energy.”

The manufacturing process has often tripped up solar manufacturers in the past; processes can be expensive due to materials or chemicals consumed. Sunflare says they’ve fixed many of those issues with their proprietary Capture4 solar technology, a way to make the solar cells with less toxic chemicals (they don’t use cadmium or lead) and less water. They’re also able to recycle the water they do use.
Can Sunflare deliver? The company says they successfully produced solar cells last year, and were expected to commence manufacturing on a larger scale this summer. You can’t yet buy the solar cells on their website, but you can send a message to the company for more information.
Sunflare envisions their solar cells utilized in just about any industry, from the military to construction and automotive.
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