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At last - I have found a really nice audio control for Lubuntu (14.04)
sudo apt-get install pavucontrol
The problem was that the ATI HDMI had the audio, all fixed now.
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Another good example script for Mikrotik
http://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=84140
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Maynard desktop (built on Wayland) is looking really good. Maybe it's something interesting to get involved in. +*****
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#Chromium on lubuntu & kubuntu 14.04 is broken.

Basically you can only push a key on your keyboard every 400ms and only one key at once.

A nice error of
ERROR:browser_main_loop.cc(240)] Gdk: gdk_window_set_user_time called on non-toplevel

Bug: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=349163
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An artist on drugs
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Kicked in the head by a train.
That'll learn him

Frame by frame http://imgur.com/a/iYFR7
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Trying to work out if that's genuine. I imagine his head should have been squished like a melon
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Introduction to A*: http://stanford.io/1gze9d7 - awesome hands-on overview of the A* pathfinding algorithm. Long but rewarding read.

"Planning generally is slower but gives better results; movement is generally faster but can get stuck. If the (game) world is changing often, planning ahead is less valuable. I recommend using both: pathfinding for big picture, slow changing obstacles and long paths; and movement for local area, fast changing, and short paths." 

That's sound advice for just about everything in life.
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Polite friendly service. Food is traditional and great portion sizes.
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Small gallery, lots of local art and sculpture. Refreshed with new exhibitions regularly.
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Japanese food - for those that don't want sushi. Fast service, authentic - try the Beef Dumplings.
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Wacky zany tea house. Good food. Even better service.
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Standard 25 meter pool. Also a warmer kids pool. Has inflatables on weekends. Good proper deepend where you can dive. Lots of spectator seating. Large pay and display cross road. Clean facilities, lockers take a 50p. After swimming you can always walk by the river that is just down the road.
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Authentic Caribbean food, lots of choice. This is easily one of the best cafes in Leeds. About 10 minutes drive from the centre, we use this as a lunch time meal when we fancy a change. Hospitality is fantastic.
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