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10 days ago by shakeel
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Congestion pricing is classist. Fight me.
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10 days ago by clementix
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RT : I dunno where y’all are getting the energy expressed in these voting in 2016 vs voting now comparison memes. Mine i…
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10 days ago by gaelicWizard
How to Root Your Android Phone with Magisk (So Android Pay and Netflix Work Again)
Android users have been rooting their phones since the beginning of the operating system, but in recent years it has gotten much more complicated. More recently, a new method for handling root management has emerged, and it’s called Magisk.
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10 days ago by egwillim
Veteran Day Sales at NEX/Exchange XBOX One X- $379 Red Dead PS4 Pro Bundle- $349 - Video Game Deals - Cheap Ass Gamer
NEX Veteran Day sales start on November 8th. Purchase any Nintendo Switch and get 50% off one game (Shows Mario Tennis Aces, Wolfenstein, Hyrule Warriors, and Fire Emblem) or $20 off a controller. via Pocket
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10 days ago by dcolanduno
Enterprise Security: How to configure and use Group Managed Service Accounts
I routinely see organizations big and small still using "regular" Active Directory user accounts as service accounts. Typically, they have the password for those service accounts set to never expire or an alternate password policy that only requires the password is changed yearly. If your organization is managing service accounts like this you are only increasing the potential for exploitation when a nefarious actor gets inside your enterprise. It's a matter of WHEN not if. With the introduction of Windows Server 2012, Microsoft introduced Group Managed Service Accounts to address this specific situation. Group Managed Service accounts (gMSA) are an upgrade from the Managed Service accounts that were available in Windows Server 2008 in that gMSA can be used on multiple servers. There is no need to create a specific service account for each server although, your internal policies may dictate otherwise. Why use gMSA? The Password is managed in Active Directory (AD) and is changed every
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10 days ago by egwillim
How Far Can I Communicate? | NewHams.info
a good beginner's overview of how far you can communicate in what frequency ranges.
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10 days ago by masukomi
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The internet's redemption is in this thread. https://t.co/fQ1OP2qpHh
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. på Radio24syv: “Betyder det her, at er den mest kompetente indretningsminister nogensin…
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1945年9月9日上午九时,中国陆军总司令何应钦在南京陆军总部大礼堂主持受降典礼,日本中国派遣军总司令官冈村宁次大将在日本投降书上签字。
联合国组织与1945年10月24日正式成立。
蒋介石未卜先知,在联合国还没成立前就替联合国受…
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RT : Nonmonogamy is not the answer to cheating. There are still boundaries in non-monogomous relationships. If your part…
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Wow.

37 seats is quite a bit larger than the 32-seat pickup everyone was talking about yesterday.

It actually was…
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10 days ago by shawnfuryan
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Wow.

37 seats is quite a bit larger than the 32-seat pickup everyone was talking about yesterday.

It actually was…
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I’m a true ambivert. A true libra. Super loud extrovert personality but 9/10 times I need silence and alone time. M…
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10 days ago by DocDre
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Here's a comparison between Hillary Clinton 2016 (red) & Beto O'Rourke (blue) this year. O'Rourke did about 6% bett…
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10 days ago by andriak
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RT : my favorite way to listen to the president is slowed down to 1/2 speed because it reveals how often times his logic…
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Teaching peeps about the 4th Industrial revolution
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10 days ago by freerange_inc
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The timeline may be partly repairable 😱

South Park tonight was a rare thing that felt like it belonged in 2018 _an…
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10 days ago by brianru
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Honestly this is the kind of compliment me-from-a-year-ago would never have imagined getting. 😂

If you appreciate…
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I've been on a high functioning team, now that I'm in a "traditional" org I've been told my experiences aren't real…
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10 days ago by andydavies
サルがストライキ 餌に不満 | 2018/11/8(木) 14:36 - Yahoo!ニュース
【サルがストライキ 餌に不満】

大分市の高崎山自然動物園にサルが現れなくなった。サル数の抑制のため餌を減らした園に、不満を募らせ山奥に引きこもったのが原因。7、8月の来園者は例年より計1万人以上も減った。
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JaVale dunked 232 times last 2 yrs. Cumulative +468. Started 37 games. Productive in Finals. Question was whether h…
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The Key to This Creamy, Thick Pesto? A Mortar and Pestle - The New York Times
Basil pesto, no food processor in sight.Throughout my time working in restaurants, I developed an illogical dread of some basic kitchen tasks. None of them — picking and chopping parsley, peeling and mincing garlic, browning pans of ground meat — were particularly difficult. via Pocket
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10 days ago by drewcaldwell
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RT : The irony of all these ‘iPads can’t replace your PC’ arguments is that for the great majority of people a smartphon…
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10 days ago by gaelicWizard
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this whole piece has resonated more with me than anything else i’ve read about yesterday.
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10 days ago by ichthyos
The Education Gap That Explains American Politics - The Atlantic
The gulf between the party identification of white voters with college degrees and those without is growing rapidly. Trump is widening it.
One of the most striking patterns in yesterday’s election was years in the making: a major partisan divide between white voters with a college degree and those without one.
According to exit polls, 61 percent of non-college-educated white voters cast their ballots for Republicans while just 45 percent of college-educated white voters did so. Meanwhile 53 percent of college-educated white voters cast their votes for Democrats compared with 37 percent of those without a degree.
The diploma divide, as it’s often called, is not occurring across the electorate; it is primarily a phenomenon among white voters. It’s an unprecedented divide, and is in fact a complete departure from the diploma divide of the past. Non-college-educated white voters used to solidly belong to Democrats, and college-educated white voters to Republicans. Several events over the past six decades have caused these allegiances to switch, the most recent being the candidacy, election, and presidency of Donald Trump.
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10 days ago by rgl7194
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One full day into savagely refactoring a large strongly-statically-typed codebase. Everything is broken and I still…
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RT : Jeg har lige fået en mail fra . De fortæller mig at min faste månedlige støtte vil blive øget, med mi…
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If you’re not going to , you’re making a terrible mistake. Creative and hilarious talks, best folks, warm…
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