He is so fucking gorgeous,I can't even think properly 😍😍
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does anyone else miss misha kolyada's beautiful quad lutz every single second of every day, or is it just me.
it's just... perfect on every level. textbook technique. effortless. the sheer height. the delay in rotation.
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the right foot cluster in rika’s stsq4: an example of edgework
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nothing makes you feel as old as chronic/back pain + learning new software does
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what sequence of events could have possibly led me to this point
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Vent session to all my engineers and women in or out of the field:
So when did a college degree make someone worthy of being in a group chat???? It’s a expensive piece of paper￼ for: 1. An experience 2. To show skills that were learn. Which by time you finish and get a job most of them you don’t use or out of date.
Why is engineering so unexclusive sometimes especially to poc and women. I just don’t get it, sometimes I hate it here. Why did I I pick this field someone please remind me? I swear sometimes in engineering I’m a a**hole magnet. Someone please save me🧐🥺🙄. I’m not going to let a 50+ wash up old man ￼try to tell me I don’t fit into tech because I’m black, don’t have my degree and I’m a woman. 🖕🏾
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Sam Collins of Tech Talk and Pit Lane Channel fame has done an AMA for r/f1 in which he discusses his background, his other career as a Lib Dem Councillor, Japanese racing, and the current and future F1 cars
How do we produce tech talk?
“Tech Talk is produced by F1 at Biggin Hill and by the team at the track. Normally work starts at the previous race. I get a vast amount of detail photos from the pitlane, in addition we have a couple of really talented cameramen who spend the whole weekend filming details on the cars.
“I will probably spend at least a full day studying the images from the previous race, and also trying to get clues from contacts about new parts for the next race. Then on Thursday during tech inspection our camera team film a lot of cars, while I study the images at the same time. We have a really really talented producer too and she spends ages looking at pictures and trying to get info on new bits too. Albert Fabrega also tends to start feeding in at this point.
“Once the footage comes in we try to get the right bits and the old bits from previous races to compare to (sometimes previous seasons) this takes ages... then the graphics team highlight the parts that the producer and I show as being new. Thats what you see on screen.
“Early in the week Scarbs & I will also work out an interesting part of the car to take a deeper look at and he will draw it.
“After Free Practice 1 we will film it at the screen in Biggin Hill, while Will & Albert film at the track, its then all edited for release. Its actually an incredibly fast process considering the stuff thats being pulled together!
(this is the short answer)”
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Pls tell me what laptop you use to run inquisition, I though mine could handle it but it's still laggy and weird and I'm doing research now
I'm using a Dell G3-15! It's a core i-7 and has 16GB of RAM. The storage space is a little less than you might expect for a primarily gaming laptop (47GB total, which for context, my old non-gaming laptop had about 900GB of storage, so I'm speaking from a position of being used to wayyyy more than this) but it's worth it for the running capabilities. I haven't played a game yet that runs badly on here.
It cost me about $1,100 and it wasn't on sale at the time (rip not having a birthday near a holiday), so I'm sure on a sale you could get it much cheaper! Definitely not the cheapest laptop out there, but very far from the most expensive.
And it really is bang for the buck tbh. It is definitely beyond capable of doing the job, and imo, probably does the job just as well as those $2,000+ gaming laptops. Inquisition runs like butter even in places like Emerald Graves and Hinterlands where there are a ton of textures and graphic details; and Hollow Knight, Skyrim, and DA:Origins and DA:2 aren't even a challenge for it to run.
This is just a personal thing, but I also really love how FAST this guy cools down. It does get significantly Warm running Inquisition (nowhere near overheating though, I've made sure to keep an eye on it) but as soon as you exit the game it goes down to not-warm-at-all within about 5 minutes. Granted it has four built in fans so I probably shouldn't be shocked, but again, my old laptop took about an hour to fully cool down after playing a game, so this was a pleasant surprise.
Anyways, I highly rec! It has yet to lag and it does everyday work perfectly well too, it's a hardy little thing.
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Hey, quick question, I started listening to your podcast, and is it supposed to sound so crackly? Or is that an issue with my headphones or whatever? Because I think I've been hearing cracks in media where they don't belong, but I'm not sure, and it's definitely not as much or as obvious as with this podcast, and I think it would bother me less if I knew it belonged there, so if you could confirm that it's supposed to be like that? Or alternatively confirm that I need to find a fix for an issue that only I am having, please and thank you.
Hi there! It’s a little bit of everything - we’re still figuring out the best way to reduce crackling in the sound, but while we appear to have minimised or removed cracks entirely on our end, it might come out crackly on specific headphones, especially less bass heavy ones. We also do want it to have a more lo-fi sound, so some of the filtering is definitely on purpose, especially to make it sound more like phone calls.
It also crackles sometimes on specific desktop players, but not when listened to online or streamed from podbean, so if you can test listening to it on different players or directly from podbean, it might help.
However, we’re doing some housecleaning and trying to ensure the issues won’t pop up again, and we’d appreciate more of your feedback as we do it! We’ve reuploaded episode 3 on podbean, please let us know if it’s still got major crackling issues.
We’re working on episode 4 right now for reupload on podbean. Youtube reuploads will come after we confirm everything’s good on the podbean end!
Please do let us know if the issues continue! We wanna make sure it’s not a trial to listen to and that everyone who’s interested can enjoy it! 😊
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i got my tablet for like $30 on unclaimedbaggage! they've almost always got kindle fires and such in stock.
👀 👌 That's something nonnie, thank ye
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she made that triple axel look so easy... i thought it was a double at first. and that spiral exit??? 😳
and that rippon triple lutz, so textbook and stunning + that exit 🤧
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hey the last post if avast is bad then what do you recommend aside from malwarebyres? I have both but now I'm worried 😔😔
Honestly, I use Adguard + Malwarebytes myself (both work on mobile devices & PCs). It's not that Avast is BAD, it's just that if you're paying for it, you're overpaying for protection you could be getting for significantly cheaper or free, like from Malwarebytes.
That said, I'm not sure how the big name antivirus softwares (Avast, Bitdefender, Norton, McAfee, Kaspersky) or other popular paid options all stack up quality-wise compared to Malwarebytes, since that data's gonna change year to year... but full disclosure, until recently I was using a pirated copy of Avast for years and was fine + I had Norton whenever someone in my family bought a multi device license and I could get in on that for free.
At the end of the day, your average user can get by with your ad blocker of choice, free antivirus software, and a VPN to protect you from your ISP sending you nastygrams or getting copyright complaints if you use public torrent trackers for piracy, and none of that has to be particularly expensive! :) Hope that helps!
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just got done refurbishing a PS2 controller that i've owned since like 2004 or so. the thing was goddamn nasty (especially the analog sticks eewww) but now it is absolutely beautiful <3
here's what my childhood looks like on the inside:
you might be asking where the rumble motors are... truth is, they just fell off - they were barely soldered on, so their wires just snapped off the control board with no resistance. i don't have the tools to solder them back on, so i've stored them in a safe place until i do - i fully intend to fix this at some point
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G/F easily have the best and most complex one foot step sequence of the season and I broke it down
LBO-Rocker (LBO to LFO) CW/LFO to LFI Change of Edge CW/LFI-Counter (LFI to LBI) CCW/LBI-Three Turn (LBI to LFO) CCW/LFO-Bracket (LFO to LBI) CW/LBI to LBO Change of Edge CW/LBO to LBI Change of Edge CCW/LBI-Three Turn (LBI to LFO) CCW/LFO-Double Twizzle CCW
RFO-Rocker (RFO to RBO) CW/RBO to RBI Change of Edge CW/RBI-Counter (RBI to RFI) CCW/RFI-Three Turn (RFI to RBO) CCW/RFI-Bracket (RFI to RBO) CW/RBO to RBI Change of Edge CW/RBI to RBO Change of Edge CCW/RBO-Three Turn (RBO to RFI) CCW/RFI-Double Twizzle CCW
*difficult turns bolded
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@air-conditionator from this: [ask]
“Do you? What is it? I’m working on a few different projects at the moment, but I’m sure I could get yours done too.”
Given the go ahead, Yamikumo approached Momomiya’s workbench with his notebook, opening it to a page of crudely done drawings of his latest idea.
“It’s an upgrade to my gloves. I started thinking that knives might not be the most efficient poison delivery system, and I was inspired by a news report on a hero who uses claws to fight.”
The drawings, though far from artful, were at least clean and detailed. On the page he’d drawn the basic shape of a glove, or a gauntlet with pointed tips on the fingers.
“There could be hollow tubes in the fingers connected to capsules further up my arm. That way the poison delivery comes from a store instead of a thin coating and isn’t exposed to the air as long before reaching the blood.”
His notes included other design details, mostly on how to incorporate his current gloves’ functions into the new design without weighing it down or overloading it. He’d also begun writing out an idea for the gloves to deliver an electric pulse, only to scratch that one out entirely.
“So...” Raising his eyes from the book, he turned his full attention on Momomiya. “Would something like this be doable?”
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5 Minute Tech Talk | Docker Container Logs Tutorial
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anyways let's all appreciate this slo-mo of yuzuru's beautiful quad lutz. deep outside edge. pure toepick assist. non-existent prerotation. neat air position. amazing height. fully rotated. perfect landing posture. an actual knee bend and flow out of the landing.
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