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Richard Albritton
Attended Auburn University
Lives in Huntsville, AL
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I wonder how long it will take before people create messages to be captured by these cameras?  I know it is common for Google's sats.
 
The two commercial cameras that will keep a constant watch over Earth from outside the International Space Station have beamed their first bits of test data back home: http://oak.ctx.ly/r/qi21
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Have you wondered how to choose between all the many different 3d modeling applications? What makes them different from each other? Here is some info about what is out there, and what their models are used for.  Rendered ...
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Here's an idea: Cut the bloated and unnecessary military!
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Insightful stuff on Common Core.
Mercedes Schneider recently directed the blogosphere's attention to a Pearson paper from February of 2014, "Impacts of the Digital Ocean on Education." If you're wondering just what Pearson (and by extension, the various gove...
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I was experiencing problems creating a hotspot on a Galaxy S3 with 4.3.  Attempting to activate resulted in a message "Unfortunately, settings has stopped."  My solution was simple and when searching, had not seen this solution prior to today so I am posting here for others that may find this useful.  

Check in Notifications/Application Manager, and find the "Turned Off" category (keep swiping screens to your left until you see it, e.g., Downloaded --> SD Card --> Running --> All --> Turned Off).  Under Turned Off, see if "SPG" with an Android icon is listed.  If so, turn it on and try turning on Hotspot.  Seems there are other ways to solve this problem, but this is so simple, it is worth checking first.  Googling "SPG" seems related to determining your subscription status, checked during hotspot activation.  Not sure why SPG was turned off, I may have done it myself months ago during experimentation.  

#Android #Hotspot #SPG
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I, for one, welcome our new liquid metal robotic overlords.
 
First Liquid Machines Presage Soft Robots

https://medium.com/the-physics-arxiv-blog/bebf3639029d
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Just shut the door and let it finish.
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NASA composite satellite images.  Northern Hemisphere.
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  • University of Alabama in Huntsville
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I am not the Richard Albritton you are looking for.

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I often post or re-sharing on the following topics, but I freely +1 most anything that interests me.
  • Science, Technology & Science Fiction
  • Software development & Virtual Reality
  • AI & Robotics
  • Arduino & 3D Printing
  • Business models & Tribes
  • Photography & Jazz
  • Gaming, especially Guild Wars 2
  • Politics & Irony
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Huntsville, AL
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Auburn, AL - Silver Spring, MD
The best hot and sour soup I've had at any restaurant in any city. Garlic chicken wings are also exceptional. Extensive menu with some interesting specialties. Not every dish is to my liking, but I find that those with some heat are usually quite good. Service and cleanliness have nearly always met my expectations and better than many other restaurants in town. Lunch can be quite crowded but food is still usually served promptly if you stick with the lunch menu. There are several closer Chinese restaurants I can go to, but have found Ding How to always be worth the drive.
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