Health Level Seven (HL7) and especially the Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) are insanely complex.
libHaru is a free C library (install libhpdf-dev in Debian) which supports generation, annotation, compression, encryption. See http://libharu.org/
The 1990 version with it's pschedelic colours and meditative gameplay is highly addictive.
I take notes using the syntax of my employers wiki which makes it easy to cut and paste from my $EDITOR="joe". My custom syntax highlight file might not be perfect, but it certainly makes the text more colourful: trac.jsf
This, but don't bother with installing on usb media. Instead, create a new partition for Debian. You can even share
Installing Debian is even possible from within Ubuntu. Just apt-get install debootstrap and follow instructions.
Steganography is the right tool for obscuring the use of cryptography, if applied correctly. If not–by using a weak algorithm, none at all or well known kitten images–it can be detected easily, of course. Just collect the low bits and apply natural language statistics or some basic cryptoanalysis.
Probably the NSA can in fact break any cipher. Why else would they employ so many brilliant mathematicians?
If I were an agency, I would prefer the easy route and make myself comfortable inside everyones keyboards.
...have existed for a long time. For example the DEC dxterm supports escape sequences for drawing line, box, circle and oval primitives.
Nonetheless I am really impressed by this newfangled Enlightenment thingy. Image previews in file listings are useful. Also horizontal and vertical splitting.
As a munich resident i follow news coverage of the LiMux project from the beginning. About two years ago there was a documentation on TV (in german): LiMux - Freie Software für München
I am not sure, but I think, that guy with pink hair is a Debian maintainer. Probably, such projects succeed or fail with the competence of a few individuals, if they get the required backing. Also this weekend, a Debian bug squashing party is held in Munich.
XKCD #657 came to my mind.
I wonder if anybody has done something similar for A Game of Thrones?
Helmets simply are not capable of preventing the brain from impacting the inside of the skull as a result of rapid deceleration.
Really? Isn't the purpose of styrofoam the prolongation of the deceleration phase?
Have you ever knocked over a hard disk standing on a stone floor? Or on a desk? On a carpet?
A meta study, hidden behind a paywall.
Your best friend died in a tragic accident with a truck. Wearing a helmet *might* have prevented a deadly injury. Oftentimes children look anywhere but forward, especially when learning to ride a bike, therefore it is a good idea to put a helmet on them. But always remember: Helmets do not prevent accidents, they sometimes alleviate the consequences.
I used to be a developer, then I installed my software to production, and now I do tier 1 support. It's a vicious circle.
When I was a bit younger, I used to draw labyrinths in MS Paint, zoom in and try to find the way out, sometimes cheating with Ariadnes red 1 pixel line. Well, I was never good at football.