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I built a 2 meter gamma match using a piston trimmer capacitor and brass tubing to slide over 1/8" brass rod like a trombone. I used it to load up things like fences and high voltage transmission towers on transmitter hunts.
I have a large loop antenna with a four gang trombone cap hanging from the roof of my garage. I really gotta finish that thing one of these days.
He didn't say "no extensions". He said,
adblocker extensions, password managers, extensions that prevent video from autoplaying and etc. will not be available
That may as well be "no extensions" for most people, because those are the most useful ones that get installed first with a new browser.
So fuck him, and fuck his browser. And fuck his company. No, really, if he wants to be that user-hostile, he can take his stuff and shove it straight up his own arse.
They say, "Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge support DASH, MSE, EME and CENC natively, and other major browsers ship implementations of MSE and CENC compliant EME. This support allows developers to build plug-in free web video apps that runs across a huge range of platforms and devices, with each MSE/EME implementation built on top of a different media pipeline and DRM provider. In the days when DRM systems used proprietary file formats and encryption methods, this variation in DRM providers by browser would have presented a significant issue. With the development and use of Common Encryption (CENC), the problem is substantially reduced because the files are compressed in standard formats and encrypted using global industry standards. The service provider issues the keys and licenses necessary to consume the content in a given browser, but the website code, content and encryption keys are common across all of them, regardless of which DRM is in use."
George Burgess, director of the International Shark Attack File at the University of Florida’s Florida Museum of Natural History, speculates that several environmental factors could be pushing sharks to congregate in the Outer Banks. It is a warm year, and the water has a higher level of salinity because of a low-level drought in the area. Also, a common species of forage fish — menhaden — has been abundant this year and might have attracted more sharks to the area. Burgess also says some fishermen put bait in the water near piers, which could lure the predators closer to shore; two of the encounters took place within 100 yards of a pier. “That’s a formula for shark attacks,” Burgess says of these conditions, taken together. “Now, does that explain seven attacks in three weeks? No, it doesn’t.”
Burgess says not to swim near seals, where fishing is occurring, or near other things that sharks find tasty. Sharks can sniff out blood, so don't swim with open wounds. And leave your bling on the beach — sharks are curious about bright, shiny objects, so don't lure them with baubles. Also avoid swimming at dawn and dusk, when sharks tend to feed. Stick together in groups and stay out of the water during and after storms. Aside from dangerous surf and rip currents, decreased water visibility can confuse sharks, prompting mistaken-identity bites. "Always remember," concludes Burgess. "They have bigger teeth, but we have bigger brains."
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It was obvious. I appologize for being nitpicky.
Got this domain "hsa.com" in the *very* early days of the Internet (pre-web). Decided that since we were a Canadian company, I we should have a Canadian domain, and surrendered it and got hsa.on.ca. (we weren't allowed to have hsa.ca, since all our offices were in Ontario...)
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After cooking >200 lbs of brisket while fine-tuning the design, the students concluded, "Old-school pitmasters are like, 'I cook mine in a garbage can,' and there's a point of pride in that. A lot of the cutting edge is when you take an art form and drag it back onto scientific turf and turn it into an algorithm. I don't think we've diluted the artistic component with this."
That is NOT the majority of America or Europe. Especially not Europe.
+...and the Leaf is NOT $20K. It's $30K and up.
Europeans drive things like Fiats and Smartcars and then park them perpendicularly.
I am not poor and I am no longer a student. So I don't have to drive a cheap crappy car. Thus, this car gets judged based on what I already have and have had for decades already.
It's a premium priced econobox which likely explains adoption rates.