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How Chris Wills Went From $0 to $25,000 /month Helping Financial Advisors Get Clients |
Sam Ovens: All right, welcome everyone. Sam Ovens here, and today I want to interview another one of our Consulting Accelerator customers, so today we've got Chris Wills on. How's it going? Chris Wills: It's going well, man. Yourself? Sam Ovens: Good thanks. So Chris has an awesome story.
yesterday by pfhawkins
Even today, after a century of feminism, we can’t fully be ourselves | Elena Ferrante | Life and style | The Guardian
On principle, I refuse to speak badly of another woman, even if she has offended me intolerably.
yesterday by ndifford
yesterday by der55
Ted Baker Marais Double Sided Printed Shirt - House of Fraser
We hope you will love your new things but if you don’t, you are welcome to return your items free of charge. Here’s how to do it: To a Store Bring your items and proof of purchase into store within 28 days from the day your parcel arrives, for a full refund via the original payment method.
yesterday by sudakshsoti
UK finance, power and water on highest alert as threat of Russian cyber reprisal grows | World news | The Guardian
Banks, energy and water companies are on maximum alert over the threat of a serious cyber-attack from Moscow as concern continues over the safety of Russian exiles in the UK.
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yesterday by cronco
‘I created Steve Bannon’s psychological warfare tool’: meet the data war whistleblower | News | The Guardian
For more than a year we’ve been investigating Cambridge Analytica and its links to the Brexit Leave campaign in the UK and Team Trump in the US presidential election.
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yesterday by cronco
GitHub - w0rp/ale: Asynchronous Lint Engine
ALE (Asynchronous Lint Engine) is a plugin for providing linting in NeoVim and Vim 8 while you edit your text files. ALE makes use of NeoVim and Vim 8 job control functions and timers to run linters on the contents of text buffers and return errors as text is changed in Vim.
yesterday by plouf
Seamlessly Navigate Vim and tmux Splits
My tmux session for a given project typically has two horizontal tmux panes with Vim occupying the top 80% of the screen and a shell running below that occupying the remainder. For the most part I stay in Vim, splitting often, and moving amongst those splits with ease.
yesterday by plouf
GitHub - christoomey/vim-tmux-navigator: Seamless navigation between tmux panes and vim splits
This plugin is a repackaging of Mislav Marohnić's tmux-navigator configuration described in this gist. When combined with a set of tmux key bindings, the plugin will allow you to navigate seamlessly between vim and tmux splits using a consistent set of hotkeys. NOTE: This requires tmux v1.
yesterday by plouf
How to keep an offline backup of your iCloud Photo library – The Sweet Setup
With the rise of flash storage in Apple laptops, users have a problem: what happens if you have a 256 GB drive, but a 500 GB photo library? I am a big believer in keeping at least one offline copy of your photo library because I don’t trust any single company with the only copy of my photos. What happens if your account gets hacked, you get locked, out, etc.?
iCloud Photo Library is the best solution, and it’s simple to accomplish the task of keeping an offline copy. Let’s say that you have a photo library bigger than your Mac storage. You’ll want to grab a large external drive. I love this 4 TB option from Amazon.
The first thing you’ll want to do is create smart groups to organize your photos by year. This tip will help keep them better organized if you ever needed to re-import them. In for Mac, go to File > New Smart Album.
Change the condition to be Date Captured > is in the range > Choose a year (1/1/XXXX to 12/31/XXXX). Repeat this process for all years in your photo library.
After you have all of the Smart Groups configured, choose one of them. Press CMD + A to highlight all of the photos in that year, and click File > Export> Export Photos or Unmodified Originals (depending on which one you want).
On the next screen, I like using the file name and no subfolder format.
Finally, choose your external drive as the location. I recommend you create a 20XX folder to keep the photos organized on the external drive (2001, 2002, etc.).
Repeat this process for all years in your library. You now have an offline backup of your entire library. If you use Backblaze, you can also back up this external drive for even better protection. I would recommend reading this help article for more information. You’ll need to plug the drive in once every 30 days to keep it backed up.
By doing all of this, you’ll have all the benefits of a cloud-only library, but also have an offline copy for safe keeping.
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yesterday by rgl7194
Revealed: 50 million Facebook profiles harvested for Cambridge Analytica in major data breach | News | The Guardian
Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower describes how firm linked to former Trump adviser Steve Bannon compiled user data to target American voters• How Cambridge Analytica’s algorithms turned ‘likes’ into a political tool The data analytics firm that worked with Donald Trum
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yesterday by cronco
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OPINION: I've been lucky enough to spend the last week at South By South West (SxSW), the iconic technology, film and music conference held every year in Austin, Texas.
yesterday by dalty999
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yesterday by kenyob
The Intellectual We Deserve | Current Affairs
If you want to appear very profound and convince people to take you seriously, but have nothing of value to say, there is a tried and tested method. First, take some extremely obvious platitude or truism. Make sure it actually does contain some insight, though it can be rather vague.
yesterday by mahu
The real problem with the New York Times op-ed page: it’s not honest about US conservatism - Vox
The New York Times editorial page has come in for a great deal of criticism since it fell under the leadership of James Bennet, previously editor at the Atlantic, in March 2016.
yesterday by mahu
Why Reading Books Should be Your Priority, According to Science |
More than a quarter--26 percent--of American adults admit to not having read even part of a book within the last year. That's according to statistics coming out of the Pew Research Center.
yesterday by mahu
Let's Switch that Dock for Something Smaller — Liss is More
A few weeks ago I was browsing Twitter and saw that Scott Hanselman had posted about the Nintendo Switch over on his blog. Scott’s very informative post details some of the travel accessories he likes to use with his Switch.
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yesterday by brokenrhino

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