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Comment: Re:Mercedes shouldn't talk. (Score 1) 360

by geekmux (#46785309) Attached to: Mercedes Pooh-Poohs Tesla, Says It Has "Limited Potential"

You're an idiot. Continue being a broke asshole. As a guy with a $135,000 Maserati, 5k/year in service would be nice. Guess what, enjoyable cars are expensive. Not everyone is some geek technophile who wants a soulless EV.

Because I don't blow my money on stupidly expensive vehicles, I am far from broke.

And somehow in my simple life, I find I still smile. A lot. Particularly at morons like you who end up going broke attempting to present and preserve their image in the form of superficial toys that are almost as expensive to maintain as the brainless plastic barbie girl who values them over a personality.

And you, want to attempt to call me soulless. Right.

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Comment: Re:Never bring politics... (Score 1) 163

by ADRA (#46785293) Attached to: Oracle Deflects Blame For Troubled Oregon Health Care Site

I was an after-the-fact consultant to fix a botched IBM project, and I guess the penalties were so high that IBM bankrolled the re-implementation with on-shore workers to get the project finished. Whenever you go into bed with an SI, make sure you have an iron clad contract and many penalty clauses.

PS: WiPro is almost entirely indian, so I don't know what H1B has to do with anything unless there's some contract requirement to have staff on-shore, which makes little sense when the purpose is to cut dev. costs

Comment: Re:Is Ebola a "rapid burnout" disease? (Score 1) 112

by RockDoctor (#46785291) Attached to: Racing To Contain Ebola
Using the back of a different envelope, let's hypothesise some mutation to ebola that gives it a 70% mortality rate (the mean of the mortality rates you cite), and a flu-like transmission profile. Then in around 5 years of cycling through the population, we'll be down to about 2.1 billion people left on the planet. That's around the population in the late 1920s to late 1930s.

Add on your 69 years for 3 generations and we'll be back to a population situation of 1933 + 69 = 2002. In short, we'd be back to the approximate population position of today.

I see that you cite American flu rates, suggesting that you may be American. Given that, likely you live there and rarely leave (average American)? Of the last 3 years I've spent about 8-9 months (I'd have to check my pay slips) living in various countries of Africa and on my last rotation out of there an aircraft fault put us down into Abidjan airport, which borders the most recent ebola outbreak. My next rotation into Africa will see me in Gabon, in the thick of the "ebola belt". Ebola isn't a theoretical issue for me, and I'm paying close attention to the vaccine work, and would consider participating in clinical trials of one.

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Comment: Re:It's Not Really Oracle (Score 5, Interesting) 163

by ShanghaiBill (#46785289) Attached to: Oracle Deflects Blame For Troubled Oregon Health Care Site

Oregon's health website is a monstrosity. They budgeted way too much money, were way over ambitious, and involved way too many people. The opposite end of the spectrum is Kentucky, which budgeted the least amount of money, and was thus forced to implement a streamlined site with a small lean team. Kentucky's website was ready on Oct 1st, and has run since without a hitch.

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Xbox One totals 5M units sold to retailers worldwideCNET
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Comment: Re:SCCM (Score 1) 294

by donaldm (#46785279) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: System Administrator Vs Change Advisory Board
I think go for easy solution. introduce the patches in batches for the board. ("monday updates for week 32")

I won't comment on MS Windows, although I don't think what you have said will work very well, since I have never seen Production MS centric machines updated on a weekly basis.

Providing information for Linux (Redhat example) is very easy if you have the rpm's. All you need to do is run "rpm -qp --changelog " on every package associated with a particular kernel release/update and provide that information to the Change Advisory Board (CAB) which may result in 100's of package information. This is extremely easy to automate and should only take you a few minutes.

If you provide the above type of info to the CAB then I am quite sure they will do one of two things. 1) Throw a "hissy-fit" (grin) and never want to speak to you again, or 2) Thank you for the information and get back to you in a few months. Of course to keep on their good side you could just give them the changelog of the kernel you are going to install then explain that this is your reference and in the case of a Redhat distribution, which the company has to pay for, this should be enough although you may want to list all the packages that will be updated and let CAB decide if they need their changelogs as well.

I do have to state that in a production, QA, development and to a lesser extent a test and/or "crash and burn" environment you should have appropriate software contracts in place whether it be for a Linux, Microsoft or Unix solution or even some other OS. Having an appropriate software contract in place should save yourself allot of problems and you actually look good with management especially if you can give CAB the info they require (not necessarily want) that will get the job done quickly and efficiently.

In the case of Linux it is fairly easy to setup (approx a days works) an "in-house" repo "jump" server keeping in mind your network people need to get involved here since all target machines will need network access to this machine (or multiple machines if you have separate networked environments. On your "repo" server (appox 100GB+ needed) make sure the appropriate distribution are kept current (within a week) then create links to a staging area that the software updater programs (ie. yum or apt-get) on the target machines can see which contains the packages that will be updated against a kernel (changelog provided to CAB) that they will be reference against. It must be noted that emergency (ie. security) patches should always (you need to check) have the kernel that the patch came out with which means you should update all packages associated with that kernel. Google and your software provider is your best friend here.

Obviously in the case of a company you must follow "Change Management" procedures and if they don't have one (yes some companies don't have this) make sure there is one in place since this covers you if things don't actually go as planned, then you would need to fall back to the appropriate part of the companies "Disaster Recovery Plan" (your company does have one that is tested, I hope).

Sounds complicated, well it is and it isn't. Basically no company that is serious should be without "Change Management" procedures and an appropriate tested "Disaster Recovery Plan" should contain a section for backups and recovery processes and the policies covering them. I am aware that some people will disagree with me but put yourself in the the shoes of the System Admin who has to explain to Management why the Production machine crashed and/or data was corrupted or lost because procedures were not followed.

+ - Re-designing the projector->

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Comment: Oracle has skills and knowledge? (Score 4, Insightful) 163

by geekmux (#46785255) Attached to: Oracle Deflects Blame For Troubled Oregon Health Care Site

"...'Cover Oregon lacked the skills, knowledge or ability to be successful as the systems integrator on an undertaking of this scope and complexity,'

Gee, that's funny. And here I thought I was in the majority in thinking that it is in fact Oracle who lacks the skills, knowledge, or ability to fix that piece-of-shit Frankenstein they want to label a working product.

I suppose if you thought you were buying a perpetual bug and patch service, sure. They're fucking awesome at that. I might even be so bold as to say #1 in the industry.

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Comment: Re:Waste? (Score 0) 218

by Moof123 (#46785251) Attached to: MIT Designs Tsunami Proof Floating Nuclear Reactor

I'll take nasty coal ash over old fuel rods, ton for ton, in my backyard ANY day.

Till someone shows me a significant percentage of the 29 kilotons of spent crap done away with in some reasonable fashion, I just don't see more nuclear reactors being the answer.

You can point at the crazy US all you want, but I have not heard of ANY country who has gotten it figured out beyond the current "store and pray" approach.

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Comment: Re:Spare Change (Score 1) 320

Hmmm single and 20-40 would qualify for healthcare card, new start allowance, and food coupons even if I didn't have public housing. Of interest is that we have a rental property we are currently tenanting with jobless person who is in the exact predicament you're describing. Male, 35, no job, no savings, yet never behind on his rent and as far as I know they are still alive. Now things may be different in America where people are genuinely in a bad place, but there's no excuse for it in many countries.

It's a free world. If you want to drink yourself to death on the street go for it. You have every opportunity including free counselling sessions to break out of your cycle. Just don't expect me to drop another dollar in your empty grande starbucks cup.

Comment: Re:Enh as much as I dislike Oracle... (Score 1) 163

by fuzzyfuzzyfungus (#46785245) Attached to: Oracle Deflects Blame For Troubled Oregon Health Care Site
I'd assume that their legal team would be running around the company quietly busting skulls if they didn't.

"Incur significant legal exposure during the course of fucking up a high-profile project for a government client" isn't one of those good strategies.

Doing one or the other can actually be surprisingly lucrative; but both, less so.

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+ - The Shearin Group Outstanding Leaders on 3 Tips for Practicing Mindfulness in a ->

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armin88xia (3574279) writes " Neurologist Dr. Romie Mushtaq says that there’s science that supports the benefits of being focused and “in the moment.”

Employers such as Google, eBay, Intel and General Mills offer classes on it. So do Harvard Business School, Ross School of Business and Claremont Graduate University, among other campuses. Mindfulness is not just a social media buzzword or a corporate trend, but a proven method for success, according to neurologist Dr. Romie Mushtaq.

Mindfulness – being focused and fully present in the here and now – is good for individuals and good for a business’s bottom line, according to her.

How can people practice it in a workplace where multitasking is the norm, and concerns for future profits can add to workplace stress?(More than 80 percent of employees report being stressed at work.)

“Even if a company doesn’t make it part of the culture, employees and managers can substitute their multitasking habits with mindfulness in order to reduce stress and increase productivity,” says Mushtaq. “The result that you and your colleagues will notice is that you’re sharper, more efficient and more creative.”

Mushtaq, who is amind-body medicine physician and neurologist at the Center for Natural and Integrative Medicine in Orlando, Fla., did her medical education and training at the Medical University of South Carolina, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and University of Michigan, where she won numerous teaching and research awards. She says the physiological benefits of clearing away distractions and living in the moment have been documented in many scientific and medical studies.

“Practicing mindfulness, whether it’s simply taking deep breaths, or actually meditating or doing yoga, has been shown to alter the structure and function of the brain, which is what allows us to learn, acquire new abilities, and improve memory,” she says. “Advances in neuroimaging techniques have taught us how these mindfulness-based techniques affect neuroplasticity.”

Multitasking, on the other hand, depresses the brain’s memory and analytical functions, says Mushtaq, and it reduces blood flow to the part of the right temporal lobe, which contributes to creative thinking. In today’s marketplace, she adds, creativity is key for innovation, sustainability and leadership.

Mushtaq offers these tips for practicing mindfulness in a multitasking business:

Focus on a single task for an allotted amount of time.You might say, “For 15 minutes, I’m going to read through my emails, and then for one hour, I’m going to make my phone calls,” suggests Mushtaq.

If your job comes with constant interruptions that demand your attention, take several deep breaths and then prioritize them. Resist the urge to answer the phone every time it rings (unless it’s your boss). If someone asks you to drop what you’re doing to help with a problem, it’s OK to tell them, “I’ll be finished with what I’m doing in 10 minutes, then I’m all yours.”

When you get “stuck” in a task, change your physical environment to stimulate your senses.Sometimes we bounce from one task to another because we just don’t have the words to begin writing that strategic plan, or we’re staring at a problem and have no ideas for solutions.

“That’s the time to get up, take a walk outside and look at the flowers and the birds – change what you’re seeing,” Mushtaq says. “Or turn on some relaxing music that makes you feel happy.”

Offering your senses pleasant and different stimulation rewires your brain for relaxation, and reduces the effects of stress hormones, which helps to unfreeze your creativity center.

Delegate!We often have little control over the external stresses in our lives, particularly on the job. How can you not multitask when five people want five different things from you at the same time?

“Have compassion for yourself, and reach out for help,” advises Mushtaq. “If you can assign a task to somebody else who’s capable of handling it, do so. If you need to ask a colleague to help you out, ask!”

This will not only allow you to focus on the tasks that most need your attention, it will reduce your stress, she says. “And who knows? The colleague you’re asking for help may want to feel appreciated and part of your team!"

While it is possible to practice mindfulness in a hectic workplace, Mushtaq says she encourages business leaders to make it part of the company culture. Stress-related illnesses are the No. 1 cause of missed employee workdays.

“Offering mindfulness training and yoga classes or giving people time and a place to meditate is an excellent investment,” she says. “Your company’s performance will improve, you’ll see a reduction in stress-related illnesses and you’ll be a more successful businessperson.”"

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Comment: Re:Not so fast, Thermodynamic laws are pesky thing (Score 1) 174

by metaforest (#46785235) Attached to: 'Thermoelectrics' Could One Day Power Cars

If you could harness that heat in some way to create electrical or mechanical power, you're more efficient than today where that heat (read: energy) is used for NOTHING. I don't know why you seem to think that it wouldn't work, because auto manufacturers seem to think that it will (BMW, Honda - links in a previous post from someone else), and are engineering systems to do exactly that.

Oh you mean like a pair of turbo chargers do? That increases the intake pressure to improve the power efficiency of the ICE when it is running at high output? The turbo charger is a much more effective use of 'waste heat' than what Honda and BMW are doing. Oh and the 'waste heat' is also used to keep the catalytic converter active to break down all the partially burned hydrocarbons in the gas. Ask yourself why the turbine portion of the turbo-pump is as close to the exhaust-ports as practical? I'll give you a hint: for thermodynamic efficiency the input side of the turbine housing needs to be as hot as possible. Putting after the catalyst would reduce efficiency because the cat is consuming heat energy to oxidize the combustion products.

Heck, using the 'waste heat' from the coolant to warm/dehumidify the cabin, is a more efficient use than these tin selenide whiskers would ever be. So why do we use a rather bulky gas compressor for air-conditioning rather than a heat pump driven off 'waste heat'... After all PLG refrigerators (commonly found in RVs and RTs) have been using this technique for at least 40 years. Hint: it is more efficient to steal a few HP off the engine than to try and generate that energy off the coolant or the exhaust stream.

Bobbied is right, most of you here have no clue about thermodynamics... I know just enough to know most of you just don't get it.

What it really comes down to is there is simply not as much energy in the 'waste heat' from an ICE as most of you here seem to think.
That 15% to 25% efficiency in ICEs hides the source of the losses. Most of the inefficiency comes from reciprocating mass, friction and pumping losses. What little energy is available in the exhaust systems (exhaust and cooling) is already being used and after that there is just not much left.

I agree with bobbied all the way around. The only big win here is going to be increased efficiency of RTGs, and those are only used in power systems where there really is no other option.
 

Comment: Re:Great, now all we need to do... (Score 1) 239

by DutchUncle (#46785233) Attached to: Kepler-186f: Most 'Earth-Like' Alien World Discovered
"Starlost", a badly-done early-1970s TV show that wasted a promising premise (by Harlan Ellison): The multiple bio-domes of a generation ship have been sealed off from each other for hundreds of years after an accident damaged the ship's bridge. The people in each have long forgotten that they are on a ship at all; they only know their little world, like medieval peasants. A handful of people try to escape their own little community and discover that there are other humans - and, after contacting the ship's half-disintegrating AI, that the ship is in danger and *someone* must figure out how to get to the reserve bridge.

Comment: Re:Too poor (Score 1) 341

by Pfhorrest (#46785231) Attached to: I expect to retire ...

You realize the median income in America is only about $25k/yr right? That means half of the country makes that or less. Which even with the best money management skills isn't going to leave with with much for retirement, unless you live like a college student alone by yourself in a tiny rented bedroom for your entire life AND have no irregular expenses like car repairs or medical care.

$25000 times about 0.7 for after-tax take-home pay minus about $1100/mo for ALL expenses total -- housing, utilities, food, transportation including purchasing a means of transportation, education which you will need to get to even that median income level, necessary items to work in today's world like a computer and phone, and so on -- times about 45 years of working and saving the leftovers, divided by 15 years of life expectancy after that, leaves you about $1075/mo to live off of for those 15 years.

Given housing expenses of 50% of that monthly stipend, or about $550/mo (which this tells me is the bottom of the range nationally, for a one-bedroom apartment, with the average being about $750 instead), that leaves less than $20/day to cover every other expense you will ever have in your entire life.

That is the best case scenario that over half of Americans are facing. But they're all a bunch of unskilled losers so they deserve that fate amirite?

Comment: Re:OpenWRT all the way (Score 1) 104

by S.O.B. (#46785227) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Which Router Firmware For Bandwidth Management?

I'm still waiting for my 5 year old Linksys WRT320N to be supported by OpenWRT. Still in progress.

However, it's been supported by DD-WRT for a number of years.

From where I sit the only movement from OpenWRT is of the bowel variety and apparently pretty constipated from what I can see.

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Comment: Re:Switching from Mercedes to Tesla after $12K bil (Score 1) 360

by Enigma2175 (#46785221) Attached to: Mercedes Pooh-Poohs Tesla, Says It Has "Limited Potential"

You might want to take a look at edmund's long term road test of their tesla. Its on its third battery/drive train at 30K miles. One joke was that maybe a 10K service requirement is a new drivetrain/battery. It is eating tires because of misalignment. You can tell edmund's really wants to love all aspects of the car and granted it is a nice driving car, but reliable it aint. Several commenters at edmunds wonder why they have not lemon lawed their unit it is so bad.

No, they are on their third "drive unit", which sounds like the speed control in the car. The drive train (or power train) of a car is something completely different.

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Comment: Re:The power of EULAs only goes so far (Score 2) 216

by thegarbz (#46785215) Attached to: Click Like? You May Have Given Up the Right To Sue

Signed? Actually no. It's only signed if if I tick a box saying I've read it before I hit like. Simply hitting "like" can not imply that I've done anything. Even a casual litigant wouldn't be deterred by this. Sounds more like a bored legal team had nothing to do on a Friday afternoon.