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    They're back -- the wonderful church bulletins! Thank God for the church ladies with their typewriters or keyboards! These sentences (read carefully) actually appeared in church bulletins or were announced at the church services. Enjoy! ----- The Fasting and Prayer Conference includes meals. ----- Scouts are saving aluminum cans, bottles and other items to be recycled. Proceeds will be used to cripple children. ----- The sermon this morning: "Jesus Walks on the Water." The sermon tonight: "Searching For Jesus." ----- Ladies, don't forget the rummage sale. It's a chance to get rid of those things not worth keeping around the house. Bring your husbands. ----- Don't let worry kill you off -- let the Church help. ----- Miss Charlene Mason sang "I Will Not Pass This Way Again," giving obvious pleasure to the congregation. ----- For those of you who have children and don't know it, we have a nursery downstairs. ----- Next Thursday there will be try-outs for the choir. They need all the help they can get. ----- Irving Benson and Jessie Carter were married on October 24 in the church. So ends a friendship that began in their school days. ----- A bean supper will be held on Tuesday evening in the church hall. Music will follow. ----- At the evening service tonight, the sermon topic will be "What Is Hell?" Come early and listen to our choir practice. ----- Eight new choir robes are currently needed due to the addition of several new members and to the deterioration of some older ones. ----- Please place your donation in the envelope along with the deceased person you want remembered. ----- The church will host an evening of fine dining, super entertainment and gracious hostility. ----- Potluck supper Sunday at 5:00 PM. Prayer and medication to follow. ----- The ladies of the Church have cast off clothing of every kind. They may be seen in the basement on Friday afternoon. ----- This evening at 7 PM there will be a hymn singing in the park across from the Church. Bring a blanket and come prepared to sin. ----- The pastor would appreciate it if the ladies of the congregation would lend him their electric girdles for the pancake breakfast next Sunday. ----- Low Self-Esteem Support Group will meet Thursday at 7 PM Please use the back door. ----- The eighth-graders will be presenting Shakespeare's Hamlet in the church basement Friday at 7 PM. The congregation is invited to attend this tragedy. ----- Weight Watchers will meet at 7 PM at the First Presbyterian Church. Please use large double door at the side entrance. ----- The Associate Minister unveiled the church's new campaign slogan last Sunday: "I Upped My Pledge -– Up Yours." -----
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    My last work for one iOS app called City Live Cam it is Live Stream camera for almos best places around the world... here it is some Design i have been making... Link for App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/city-live-cam/id1355506487?ls=1&mt=8 Enjoy your view Best regard Glass Master
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    You can look at one of the edited posts of your own and click edit. Then click source and you will see all the coding/format for it. If posting manually then the button to click is ≺/≻.
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    I added an image to the chatbox and didn't need the bits. The spoiler and code do not work if you highlight and try to code what is highlighted. If you click code you get a popup in which to enter what you need to code. If going to edit a coded section in a post double click the coded bit and you'll get the popup so you can edit.
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    How I went dark in Australia's surveillance state for 2 years In the modern city, anything and everything is open to surveillance. August 1, 2016. The day I'd been dreading. Sydney had finally abolished paper train tickets and I was getting ready to erase my identity. The Australian state of New South Wales had been gradually transitioning away from paper tickets for more than two years. In the interests of entering the digital era, Transport NSW introduced the new 'tap-on, tap-off' Opal card. A contactless travel card, named after Australia's distinctive rainbow-hued Opal gemstone, it's similar to London's Oyster card and the San Francisco Clipper. Welcome to the future! No more paper tickets! Top up your Opal card online! Set up a direct debit, download the accompanying app and track your spending, you mouth-breathing luddite -- this is the 21st century! But if this was my ticket to the future, I was not on board. I'm not against going digital. I have an email account. I use internet banking. I have even foregone my family's tradition of using a cool, damp sack to store milk in favor of putting it in the "refrigerator." But in the context of an increasingly pervasive culture of state-sanctioned digital surveillance in Australia and across the world, this smart card smarted. Surveillance state In 2015, during the transition from paper to Opal, Australia passed sweeping new data retention laws. These laws required all Australian internet service providers and telecommunications carriers to retain customers' phone and internet metadata for two years -- details like the phone number a person calls, the timestamps on text messages or the cell tower a phone pings when it makes a call. Suddenly, Australians were fighting for the right to stay anonymous in a digital world. On one side of the fence: safety-conscious civilians. They argued that this metadata was a powerful tool and that the ability to track a person's movements through phone pings or call times was vital for law enforcement. On the other side of the fence: digital civil libertarians. They argued that the data retention scheme was invasive and that this metadata could be used to build up an incredibly detailed picture of someone's life. And sitting in a barn two paddocks away from that fence: me, switching out burner phones and researching VPNs. When it emerged that police had the power to search Opal card data , track people's movements and match this to individual users, it was the last straw. August 2016 rolled around, paperless tickets were phased out and I hatched my plan. The Black Opal. Here be monsters: A guide to the dark web Going off the grid The concept of the Black Opal is simple. Buy your transport card. Pay cash. Top up with cash (preferably in a new location each time). Never register it. Never link it to your credit or debit card. Live off the grid. Stay away from The Man. I went dark in early 2016, when I needed to catch a train through the city. It was simple enough. Most Opal cards are sold at newsagents or corner stores -- the card itself is free, and you fill it with credit in increments of AU$20 or AU$50. I bought a card, added credit and walked away into the night. I tapped on at Central Station, just another faceless commuter. But as I walked through the meatspace, jostling with peak-hour travellers and being thrust into the armpits of sweat-addled corporate lackies on my packed train, I knew I was safe. Deep in the Transport NSW matrix, I was unidentifiable. A few weeks later I needed to top up. No problem! I jumped off the train at [REDACTED] station and filled my card at the [REDACTED] across the road. I paid [REDACTED] for one Opal top-up, two [REDACTED] bars and a copy of the weekly [REDACTED] Times. Faceless, nameless bliss. Then the problems started. Always bet on black I'm all for escaping the Orwellian nightmare of the modern surveillance state. But when you rage against the machine, you still have to associate with the bulls on parade. All the top-up machines at train stations, light rail stops and ferry terminals were card-only affairs. One tap on that baby and you were back in the system. So, if I was busing downtown for a work meeting, I'd have to factor in extra time to get to an ATM, get cash out and then find somewhere to top up my card. Running for the train with friends, I was the one who had to divert three blocks, change jackets, burn off my fingerprints and find a nondescript corner store to top up. Here's what I learned. No one likes the paranoid one. I constantly harass my friends for signing up for rewards cards that track their spending. My email address (that is, my real email address, not my burner address) doesn't use my birth name. I am no fun at birthday parties, but you'd never know it... mostly because I won't reveal my actual birthday. But I'm not alone. For someone who was mostly educated through the received wisdom of Hollywood movies, I learned a lot about what The State could do to me. I watched "The Net" as if it were a documentary. I didn't brush my hair for weeks after watching "Gattaca." I spent months walking around my house, narrating my life after watching "The Truman Show," just to give Ed Harris more material to edit. I wish these stories weren't true. But in the grim near future of "Demolition Man" I know I would be the one hiding in the bathroom, away from the countless surveillance cameras, trying to stop people stealing my eyeballs. (At least I'll have plenty of time to work out how to use the three seashells.) End game I finally came undone last week. Racing for a flight, I forgot about my Black Opal. I'd had an unusually busy week on public transport, and my balance was low. On the train to the airport terminal, it hit me. Did I have enough money on my card to pay the AU$17.76 tap-off fee that they use to gouge tourists at the airport? As I rode up the escalators and the exit turnstiles came into view, my heart sank. No ATM. No cash in my wallet. Just a row of bright green Opal readers and a top-up machine. Card only. With one trip, my years of off-grid living were undone. (And yes, it was two years, not three. My how time flies when you're madly tweeting like a paranoid vagrant at the airport.) I slumped against the top-up machine and swiped my debit card. I was just 9 cents short, but it cost me so much more than that. My Black Opal was dead. $19.84 I bought a new Opal last Monday. Hidden in my wallet, it represents the freedom to traverse the city undetected. I'll use the last few dollars on my Tainted Opal, but even though you'll see my human suit on the train, that won't be the real me. The real me is already beneath the mainframe: stockpiling cash, buying a collection of cheap nylon wigs and mapping out a network of newsagents with red string so I put all my money on Black. I know my spending can be tracked on my debit card. I know virtually all my personal information is now in the system, thanks to driver's license records, electricity bills and that government-sponsored data sweep they call "the census." Hell, I even know my telco can hand over a map of every cell tower ping my phone makes as I cross the city on the train. But as long as I'm carrying my Black Opal, there's that little shred of liberty. If this the hill I die on, at least you'll never know how I got here.
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    Oh and let me know after you get it, So I can delete it off the download sever
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    One week and counting folks, and then it’ll be time to break out the beer and bangers! St. Patrick’s Day wouldn’t be complete without Bangers & Mash with Guinness Onion Gravy. It’s a tradition. Ingredients: 6 large banger sausages 2 Tbsp. olive oil Guinness Onion Gravy: 2 Tbsp. butter 1 Tbsp. olive oil 2 medium yellow onions thinly sliced 2 Tbsp. all-purpose flour 2 cups Blonde Guinness Beer 1 Tbsp. Dijon Mustard 1 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce 2 tsp. granulated sugar 1/2 tsp. kosher salt 1/4 tsp. freshly ground black pepper Mashed Potatoes: 2 lb. russet potatoes 4 Tbs. 1/2 stick butter 1/2 cup whole milk 2 tsp. kosher salt 1 tsp. freshly ground black pepper Instructions: Guinness Onion Gravy: Melt the butter in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add the olive oil and the onions and saute, stirring often, until caramelized, about 30 minutes. Add the flour and cook until golden brown, 2-3 minutes. Add the Guinness, Dijon, worcestershire, sugar, salt and pepper. Reduce heat to low and simmer until thickened, about 8-10 minutes. Bangers: Heat oil in a large cast-iron skillet over medium heat. Add bangers and cook until evenly browned on both sides and cooked through, about 12-15 minutes. Mashed potatoes: Peel potatoes and cut into large chunks. Place in a saucepan with water to cover, salt the water and bring to a boil over medium heat. Cook until the potatoes are tender when pierced with a fork, about 15 minutes. Drain and mash with a potato masher. Add the butter and milk and continue to mash until smooth. Season with salt and pepper. To assemble: Place mashed potatoes on plate, top with a sausage and gravy. Prep Time: 30 mins Cook Time: 1 hr Total Time: 1 hr 30 mins Servings: 4
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    cannibal corpse owns.. bought there first album when i was 14..
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    Hi, found this site via another Forum and signed up. You can refer to me as WW in forum posts if wally wombat is too long.
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    searched everywhere no luck, only torrents.. sorry..
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    Hit by RansomWare? This is What You Need to do NOW!! Ransomware is a growing threat – here's what you should do if you fall victim to an attack. Ransomware is a form of malware on your computer that can lock your screen, files or operating system temporarily. It does so with the expectation that you, the user, will fork over the cash to get yourself out of the bind that an exploitative transgressor has used to hold your machine hostage. It’s been around for over 20 years now in one form or another, but never before has malware been so prevalent – and now, in an age where digital currencies, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, can be used to conceal such dubious transactions, it’s increasingly likely that you'll encounter one of many ransomware ‘strains’ in the near or distant future. Unfortunately, what’s less clear is what to do in the event that you’re struck by ransomware; with so many variables, including what type of ransomware you’ve fallen victim to, extricating yourself from an attack is no easy task. Luckily, we at TechRadar Pro are here to bail you out. Screen-locking or encrypting ransomware? Generally, there are two kinds of ransomware that you could be facing for which simply rebooting your machine or clearing your browser cache isn’t an immediately viable solution. The first, and easiest to resolve, is called screen-locking ransomware. This stunt typically involves a warning, allegedly issued by the police, FBI or other authority, that unless you pay the amount demanded your system will remain unusable. You’ll see screen-locking ransomware like this dubbed with a variety of different names, such as ‘lock screen ransomware’, across the web. However, for the sake of consistency we’re going to refer to it as screen-locking ransomware throughout this guide. The other common type of ransomware is a tad more complicated to address. It’s called encrypting ransomware, and often it will lock or progressively delete your precious files, as an incentive for you to reach for your wallet instead of taking the time to carefully consider your next steps. Regardless of what type of ransomware you’re seeing, the first step is to make sure that it’s real. It’s easy for fraudsters to tap into the naivety of PC or Mac users by producing a fake ransom that someone will inevitably believe. If you’re on Windows, try opening Task Manager and closing out of the compromised application by pressing the Control, Shift and Esc keys simultaneously. If you’re on a Mac, do the same thing in Activity Monitor by pressing Command, Option and Esc. Terminating screen-locking ransomware If you’ve determined that it’s screen-locking ransomware you’re dealing with, and that no amount of keyboard shortcuts can save you, you’ll want to start contemplating your options. Before you do that, though, make sure nothing is connected to the infected device in question, lest the disease spread and your whole office get mad at you. That means disconnect any connected peripherals, such as external hard drives, printers, webcams and anything else that could potentially be used to ruin your life like that one episode of Black Mirror – learn from Shut Up and Dance. Then, disconnect from the internet completely if you can. Next, try to take a screenshot of the ransom note. If that’s impossible, use a phone or camera to take a photograph of the note on your screen. This can be used as evidence should you decide to file a police report later on. If you’re using a Windows laptop or tablet, restart your system in Safe Mode by turning it off and then turning it back on while holding both the power and ‘S’ buttons on the keyboard. Mac users should reboot their computers by holding shift during bootup, and Windows PC users should consult their motherboard instruction manuals to access Safe Mode from the BIOS. From there, you should be able to dislodge the ransomware using a free malware removal tool. If that doesn’t work, you can attempt to return to an earlier system state either in Windows System Restore (Select ‘Advanced Boot Options’ at startup or search ‘Recovery Options’ from the Cortana-enabled search bar at the bottom-left corner of the screen). Mac users can perform a similar exercise by restoring their files in Time Machine (Command+Space+Time Machine). After you've done this, we recommend running your antivirus software of choice one more time before filing a police report as your final step. Discharging encrypting ransomware Encrypting ransomware has become increasingly common in the last couple of years. It goes by a number of different names, or strains, too, although there are only a few you’ll have to familiarize yourself with. Some of these strains, like GoldenEye and Crysis, are named after popular video games, the latter of which you won’t want to run no matter how impressive your graphics card is. Others have been crafted after horror movie villains, as is the case with Jigsaw, which is programmed to delete all of your files slowly and painfully over a 72-hour span. If you or someone you know has fallen victim to encrypting ransomware, you’ll want to take a lot of the same steps we talked about in the previous, screen-locking ransomware section. So get disconnecting all of your peripherals and network connections, take a picture of the ransom note and make sure you have the best antivirus to troubleshoot the issue. Should your trusty antivirus fail you the first time, reboot into Safe Mode using these instructions and try it again: Windows tablet/laptop: Power button + S at startup Windows desktop PC: Click restart + hold down Shift on login screen Mac: Restart + hold down Shift Once you’re in Safe Mode, do what you can to recover your files, either encrypted or deleted. There’s a plethora of file recovery software out there you can use. You can also use Crypto Sheriff and ID Ransomware to identify the encryption you’re dealing with and remove it from there. There’s also a website called No More Ransom that’s equipped with the decryption tools necessary to remove some types of ransomware decryption. https://www.nomoreransom.org/?_ga=2.217205840.716712858.1519691041-379849195.1511895919 If you have your important files backed up elsewhere, perhaps the best way to get rid of encrypting ransomware without succumbing to the desires of criminals is to reinstall your OS. Reinstall Windows 10 Mac users can reinstall macOS High Sierra by powering-on or restarting their computers and holding Command and R at the same time to access macOS Utilities, then selecting ‘Reinstall macOS’. Remember to file a police report using the photo you took earlier when you’re done.
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    nice look, loads faster, nice lil adds to the forum r nice...... one thing i did notice was missing was the back to top button at the bottom of the page??
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    6 ways to delete yourself from the internet 1. Get off the grid If you're reading this, it's highly likely your personal information is available to the public. And by "public" I mean everyone everywhere. And while you can never remove yourself completely from the internet, there are ways to minimize your online footprint. Here are five ways to do it. Be warned however: removing your information from the internet as I've laid it out below, may adversely affect your ability to communicate with potential employers. 2. Delete or deactivate your shopping, social network and Web service accounts Think about which social networks you have profiles on. Aside from the big ones, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram, do you still have public accounts on sites like Tumblr, Google+ or even MySpace? What about your Reddit account? Which shopping sites have you registered on? Common ones might include information stored on Amazon, Gap.com, Macys.com and others. To get rid of these accounts, go to your account settings and just look for an option to either deactivate, remove or close your account. Depending on the account, you may find it under Security or Privacy, or something similar. If you're having trouble with a particular account, try searching online for "How to delete," followed by the name of the account you wish to delete. You should be able to find some instruction on how to delete that particular account. If for some reason you can't delete an account, change the info in the account to something other than your actual info. Something fake or completely random. Using a service like DeleteMe can make removing yourself from the internet less of a headache. There are companies out there that collect your information. They're called data brokers and they have names like Spokeo, Whitepages.com, PeopleFinder, as well as plenty of others. They collect data from everything you do online and then sell that data to interested parties, mostly in order to more specifically advertise to you and sell you more stuff. Now you could search for yourself on these sites and then deal with each site individually to get your name removed. Problem is, the procedure for opting out from each site is different and sometimes involves sending faxes and filling out actual physical paperwork. Physical. Paperwork. What year is this, again? Anyway, an easier way to do it is to use a service like DeleteMe at Abine.com. For about $130 for a one-year membership, the service will jump through all those monotonous hoops for you. It'll even check back every few months to make sure your name hasn't been re-added to these sites. https://www.abine.com/deleteme/ 3. Remove your info directly from websites First, check with your phone company or cell provider to make sure you aren't listed online and have them remove your name if you are. If you want to remove an old forum post or an old embarrassing blog you wrote back in the day, you'll have to contact the webmaster of those sites individually. You can either look at the About us or Contacts section of the site to find the right person to contact or go to www.whois.com and search for the domain name you wish to contact. There you should find information on who exactly to contact. Unfortunately, private website operators are under no obligation to remove your posts. So, when contacting these sites be polite and clearly state why you want the post removed. Hopefully they'll actually follow through and remove it. If they don't, tip number four is a less effective, but still viable option. 3. Remove personal info from websites If someone's posted sensitive information of yours such as a Social Security number or a bank account number and the webmaster of the site where it was posted won't remove it, you can send a legal request to Google to have it removed. https://support.google.com/legal/troubleshooter/1114905 You may have to exercise Google's legal powers to get your personal information removed from a stubborn site. The removal process could take some time and there's no guarantee it'll be successful, but it's also your best recourse if you find yourself in such a vulnerable situation. 4. Remove outdated search results Google's URL removal tool is handy for erasing evidence of past mistakes from the internet. https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/63756 Let's say there's a webpage with information about you on it you'd like to get rid of. Like your former employer's staff page, months after you've changed jobs. You reach out to get them to update the page. They do but when you Google your name, the page still shows up in your search results -- even though your name isn't anywhere to be found when you click the link. This means the old version of the page is cached on Google's servers. Here's where this tool comes in. Submit the URL to Google in hopes it'll update its servers deleting the cached search result so you're no longer associated with the page. There's no guarantee Google will remove the cached info for reasons, but it's worth a try to exorcise as much of your presence as possible from the internet. 5. And finally, the last step you'll want to take is to remove your email accounts Depending on the type of email account you have, the amount of steps this will take will vary. You'll have to sign into your account and then find the option to delete or close the account. Some accounts will stay open for a certain amount of time, so if you want to reactivate them you can. An email address is necessary to complete the previous steps, so make sure this one is your last. 6. One last thing... Remember to be patient when going through this process, and don't expect to complete it in one day. You may also have to accept that there are some things you won't be able permanently delete from the internet.
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    their best album, not a bad song on it, crank it!
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    Ok here you go - These are all the files repacked by me https://1fichier.com/?xtzipuj8p9 https://1fichier.com/?nsj3pewztx https://1fichier.com/?ow20ktfu93 https://1fichier.com/?m06b1zc62r https://1fichier.com/?4o1y2qq7nr https://1fichier.com/?698jtugydq https://1fichier.com/?7wnu12dnxt https://1fichier.com/?ycrz090v7p https://1fichier.com/?cqnqeav7xk https://1fichier.com/?0mdxz4fk9p https://1fichier.com/?gl82s8rfkw https://1fichier.com/?wmrnv5m7cj https://1fichier.com/?zqq8i77vbw https://1fichier.com/?essqopaft8 https://1fichier.com/?g6ylyzx9og https://1fichier.com/?vwucuuhqek https://1fichier.com/?dpyagcgw2z https://1fichier.com/?7bhkhtjxjs https://1fichier.com/?w3pwx49129 https://1fichier.com/?fpuyx7ewcz https://1fichier.com/?zncskri52u https://1fichier.com/?6iqlv22x10 https://1fichier.com/?99qvlvkgdx https://1fichier.com/?ocb17lncqh https://1fichier.com/?mtv6cbqv1g https://1fichier.com/?eso6tyh5kw https://1fichier.com/?9jojktv6me https://1fichier.com/?dojgwcqsdj https://1fichier.com/?fwmfrjc0g4 https://1fichier.com/?rg3bz6pnhg https://1fichier.com/?a70ghp7vxh https://1fichier.com/?o9qhgzh36x https://1fichier.com/?4cwbbj35co https://1fichier.com/?ie4eg1sl5i https://1fichier.com/?hffgsr9pc4 https://1fichier.com/?zutck7iu8g https://1fichier.com/?01tnguuvi5 https://1fichier.com/?mwluxyj7wv https://1fichier.com/?5l0ukmeqze https://1fichier.com/?4ekxenw6la
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    Beautiful Mixed Wallpapers Pack 620 75 JPG | 1920x1200-3840x2160 | 110 Mb Download: http://uploaded.net/file/2w2o157q
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    How to have infinite Gmail addresses with only one account Did you know that you can write the same Gmail address in different ways? This trick, which very few people know about, helps you have several accounts for online services (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter…) without having to create a new email account every time, and without all that hassle. How many ways can you get “new” email addresses that are actually the same one? We'll tell you below! Trick 1: add periods to your username Gmail doesn't count periods (.) as characters in usernames. So, if your email is softonicguy@gmail.com, you can add one or more periods and Google will continue to identify it as the same address. softonic.guy@gmail.com softonic.g.u.y@gmail.com guy.sof.tonic@gmail.com g.u.y.s.o.f.t.o.n.i.c@gmail.com They look different, right? Nope, Gmail recognizes all these addresses as the same and all mail sent to these addresses will arrive in the same inbox. Trick 2: Add extra words to your username Gmail doesn't just turn a blind eye to periods but also lets you add words to your normal email address. The only thing you have to do is add a plus symbol (+) after your normal username and then add the word you want. For example: softonicguy+news@gmail.com softonicguy+articles@gmail.com softonicguy+family@gmail.com softonicguy+handsome@gmail.com It's that simple. Make as many nicknames as you want! Trick 3: combine both tricks Want an even weirder email address? Gmail lets you combine trick 1 and trick 2 with no limits. softonic.guy+handsome@gmail.com g.u.y.s.o.f.t.o.n.i.c+handsome@gmail.com etc, etc, etc… It's time to get creative! Use this trick to avoid creating excess email accounts Admit it, you've created several email accounts in order to use a service under different names… or create trial accounts for certain paid services. Take it easy, we all do it when we're broke, and this trick is perfect for this.
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    Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3- Latest Version 17.3 Krypton Download and Install Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3: Hi Guys, How are you? This time we have come up with an interesting article on How to Download and Install Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3 latest Version on your Raspberry Pi. Kodi is such a famous player that is capable of doing many things. Because of its increased Functionalities, the Search for Kodi is increasing day by day. This article will give you the complete information to download and install Kodi on raspberry Pi 3. The Version of Kodi showed here is its Latest Version and it is Kodi 17.3 Krypton. Kindly Scroll Friends. Kodi(XBMC) player on Raspberry Pi 3: Kodi on Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi has its origination from United Kingdom and it is a single board computer capable of performing basic computer operations. But the device has become so profitable and beneficial. These type of devices are generally used in Schools for basic Computer operation. As the device is successful, Kodi released its Official Version for Raspberry. Kodi is also on wonderful player that allows users to stream Multimedia contents on the web. The Combination of Kodi and Raspberry is going great and we are going to see how to download and install Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3. Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3- Things needed before installation: As Raspberry is a single board Hardware, we need few devices before installing Kodi in Raspberry. These things are cheap and you will easily get it in the Market. The Following are the things that we require before we get into the installation steps. Things Needed: The Picture shows a Wireless adapter, But I use the built in network card (Wired) HDMI CABLE: This Device helps us to give the Output of Raspberry Pi 3 to Output Devices such as TV, Monitor, HD TV and more. KEYBOARD OR MOUSE (CONTROLLER): We all know that Keyboard and Mouse are Input Devices that is used to give input to a Computer. in our case, we use the above device to give input to Raspberry Pi. MICRO SD CARD ( STORAGE UNIT): We need a storage device to store the information. For that we use Micro SD card. The card capacity should be minimum 8 GB and maximum of 32 GB. Once we have the above things then we can proceed for the installation steps because the above three are the mandatory devices used to access Raspberry Pi. Install Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3 using OSMC: The steps are simple and easy. Kindly follow. Step 1: Firstly, we need OSMC software. The OSMC software can be downloaded either as a Image file(iso) or as a Installer program. Step 2: OSMC software is available for different platforms such as Windows, Mac and Linux. Choose the Platform that you wish and then download OSMC. Step 3: Once the download is complete then kindly Run the Program. The Installer will prompt you where the OSMC has to be installed. Now kindly plug in the Memory Card(SD Card) to your system and choose the installation location as the SD card. https://osmc.tv/download/ Configure OSMC: Step 4: At the above step itself choose the Language of OSMC. Then Click on Next. Step 5: Now select the Version of OSMC that has to be installed. Select the New Build of OSMC and Click Next. Select Latest Version: Step 6: Now select the Media to Write as SD card as we use SD card. In case you use different device then kindly select accordingly. Choose SD Card: Step 7: Next step is to Configure how OSMC will get access to Web that is weather by Wired or Wireless Connection. Choose according to your criteria and click on Next. Configure Internet Connection: Step 8: Finally check the Drive package and then Accept Terms and Condition and Click Next. Now the OSMC software will be installed on your SD card. It will take some time. Hence Kindly be patient. Step 9: Once OSMC is installed on your SD card. Then that is it Friends. It is the time to rock. Step 10: Unplug the SD card and insert it into the Raspberry Pi 3. Connect other devices such as HDMI cable to Raspberry Pi and TV, Ethernet, Mouse or Keyboard. Turn the Power on. Step 11: Now OSMC will open and it will ask you to configure the basic thing such as themes and more. Configure Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3 and OSMC: Now the OSMC is ready to use which give a Graphical User Interface to access the Raspberry Pi 3. Our Aim is to Download and install Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3. Now we have to add the Kodi Disk Image file to the same SD card where we have installed OSMC. Kindly follow the below Steps. Step 1: Go to Kodi and Click on Download. http://mirrors.kodi.tv/releases/win32/kodi-17.3-Krypton.exe Step 2: Choose your Platform as Raspberry Pi. A window will pop up. There is only one version available for Raspberry and it is the Latest Version Kodi 17.3 Krypton. Click on that Version. Choose Version: Step 3: The Download will start automatically. Once the download is finished then we has to convert it into a Disk Image File. You can use any of the Disk Image File Creator applications to achieve this. We are doing the above step because the disk image file only can be accessed using OSMC software. Step 4: The Kodi file that we have converted into to a Disk Image file and copied to the SD card is now a Back Drop. Now plug the SD card again into your Raspberry Pi 3. Step 5: Now OSMC will ask you to configure your Internet Connection so that it can download The Back Drops. Once your configure your Internet connection then Kodi will get downloaded automatically as it is kept as a Back Drop. Step 6: That is it Friends. Now you Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3 will be installed on your OSMC. Ultimately you can use Kodi on raspberry Pi 3 now Officially. Kodi on Raspberry Pi: If the above method doesn’t work for you then Don’t worry Friends. We have an Alternate way. Scroll down to check How to install Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3 using NOOBS Installer method. Install Kodi for raspberry Pi 3 using NOOBS Installer: The following are the steps that you have to follow to download and install Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3. NOOBS is the acronym of New Out Of Box Software. Download Kodi by NOOBS: Step 1: The steps are bit similar to the above method. Plug your SD card to the System. Step 2: Install NOOBS. Step 3: Now add Kodi file as a Image file to NOOBS so that it will be kept as a Back drop. Step 4: Once you configure the Ethernet then Kodi will get automatically added to your NOOBS. Now you can rock with Kodi Player. We have skipped few of the steps as those steps will be repeating in both methods. Install NOOBS in and add the Kodi Disk Image File to the SD card and Connect all the devices to the Raspberry Pi 3 and kodi will get automatically installed as it was kept in Back Drop. That’s it Friends. Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3 and Kodi Addons: Kodi Addons: Kodi Player provides several Application Programming Interface to allow third parties to create Addons for Kodi Player which is one of the major advantages of Kodi Player. There are lot of addons exist for Streaming Multi media contents such as Audio, Video, Online movies, online TV channels, Weather forecasts and more. Kodi Comes with an Addon Manager through which you can search for the addons There are lot of addons available for Kodi and it reaches nearly one thousand. The most famous category of addons include Game addons, Album information, Artist information, Movie information, music and video information, TV information, GUI sounds, Images collection, Languages, Screen savers, Skins, Lyrics, Music addons, Picture addons, Program addons, Video addons, Weather addons and more. Kodi for Mac is really a must software. As we said in the above paragraph, you can manage these addons by opening your Kodi Player in Windows and then Go to Settings and then go to Addons. There you can able to configure and manage your Kodi Addons. Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3- Article Conclusion: We hope you are satisfied with our article friends. We have provided all the possible ways to install Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3 and also we have added other information such as Kodi addons for your reference. If you have any Query or if you face any problem in the above methods then kindly comment us and we will revert with a solution. Have a Good Day Friends.
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    OPTIMAL USAGE OF LAPTOP BATTERY If you are facing a problem with your battery pack and discharge time of battery is very less , follow these steps . BATTERY PACK CALIBRATION PROCEDURE: The battery pack calibration procedure helps users in optimal usage of a battery pack. Calibration is the process of fully charging, discharging and then charging. It can take several hours. A). Make sure that notebook power is turned off. B). Connect the AC adapter to fully charge the battery pack. C). After the battery pack is fully charged turn on the computer. D).When the message “press F2 /del to enter into ---- “appears, pressF2/Del (i.e enter CMOS setup). E).At this state disconnects the ac adapter and leaves the notebook/laptop on until the battery is fully discharged. (The notebook will shut down automatically. once battery is fully discharged) F). Without switching on the notebook, connect the AC adapter and allow battery pack for 12 hour continuous charging. Note: The above calibration process is recommended for 3 cycles generally during first time only. But our lab experience shows when the battery shows a poor backup time, usually it catches up to specs when we do the cycling for 3 times. Tips: 1. Every deep discharge of the battery reduces the battery capacity. 2. It is recommended to disconnect the the laptop from ac power when the battery is fully charged. Continuing to charge a fully charged battery will lead to damaging the battery.
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    i know this is an oldie but i call it a goodie, have you always wanted to make your computer say what you want to?? well you can now just copy and paste this code in notepad and save it as a .vbs file you could call it as an example speak.vbs and save it to your desktop and have fun Dim message, sapi message=InputBox("What do you want me to say?","Speak to Me") Set sapi=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice") sapi.Speak message
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    Okay so I keep a close eye on the background processes that run on my machine & have noticed that in Win7 explorer doesn't close its self & sometimes especially after days of being on my PC will have several explorer processes running in the backGround. I would normally just ruthlessly kill them but after trying it once ok maybe twice it made the machine force a shut down. I think it was .NetFrameWork that was unhappy forcing the shutDown. So I have been just tolerating it till tonight I setOut 4 a solution & found 1 I was surprised first how quick I found it & that it worked because I didn't save my work B4 doing this so I would have been SOL if it didn't work. AnyWay on with the Solution. First call up UR preferred taskManager Tap the Window button on the keyBoard. Or Click on the Windows orb which ever U prefer. Now push/holdDown "Shift+Ctrl" & rightClick on the start menu in some blank area. A subMenu comes up. Notice in the subMenu that it says "Exit Explorer" in the last item. Click it. Now kill all of the backGround explorers that U know shouldn't B running. Or kill-em All [i was only looking @ the 1s I knew shouldn't be running didnt look to see if any others were running but it would have just been 1 that always runs & sits lower on the hierarchy]. Ok; so now U have killed the exploers U dont want running. How do U get it running again? Easy. While the taskManager is still running or if U closed it "Ctrl+Shift+Esc to bring backUp Task Manager" click on "File" then click on "NewTask" type explorer in2 the run command hit enter. BOoMBaby! The start menu will re-appear, but you might notice a few tray icons will be missing until you log off and back on. (or restart those applications) UR allSet. B4 No need 4 an after shot there is only going 2 b 1 "explorer" running when done. & I started it once I killed all of the others that were running.
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    Doesn't seem to be working on win 7. NET commands keep popping up.
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    Please note that DVDFab uses a Fair Use Licence which allows people to make copies of their bluray's for personal use only. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- So you have just started to get a pretty impressive collection of Blu-ray titles together after upgrading from DVD, (for those who don't know, there is a massive difference in picture and audio quality) but you want peace of mind in knowing that should you lose/ badly scratch/ lend to a forgetful friend, your prized films, that you at least have a decent digital back-up of it or them. The main thing you need to realise, is that depending on the quality of the rip you are going to need a decent amount of space (a blu-ray rip can be anywhere between 2GB to 20GB in size depending on the desired quality) on your hard drive or external drive. Disk space these days is getting cheaper and cheaper, so a quick check over at Amazon or wherever you chose should be a good place to find affordable storage for a good price. I have about 4TB at the moment, but with photography (RAW files) and backing up my DVD and Blu-ray collections, that isn't enough. Please note that DVDFab only supports Window 7/ Vista and XP. Right, for this tutorial I will be using DVDFab Blu-ray Ripper (I have tried quite a few, and this is by far the best and easiest to use) which you can purchase here. The program only currently costs £36.90 ($60.00) which is a small price for backing up your collection. It will also deal with any current blu-ray protection/ CSS encryption your disk may have and also supports NVIDIA Cuda and multi-core processors, so the converting speed is very fast. I am also assuming that you have a blu-ray drive attached to your computer (dumb question I know but a lot of people still try to play blu-rays on their DVD players or on their computers DVD drive) These are also coming down in price a lot these days and can be picked up for £47.95 ($60.00) for a DVD/RW (read and write bluray player) on Amazon but prices are always coming down. Right, for this tutorial I will be ripping my copy of The Dark Knight that I bought last year to a 1080p MKV file. You can choose to make the final file smaller by changing the encoding if you wish to say AVI/ MP4 etc. Also note that you can also rip and convert your bluray for use on your Xbox 360, PS3, iPod/ iPhone/ iPad. Audio wise, it can rip that to formats such as MP3, MP4, M4A, WMA, WAV, AC3 and DTS. I just wanted to have a decent copy of mine for those 'just-in-case' moments as it is a great film and needs to be seen & heard in hi-def, so I chose to rip mine to MKV with H264 and AC3 audio. 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If you are going to watch this on your Xbox 360, iPad, iPhone, iPod or PS3 then the choices are made for you as these devices only play with certain preferred formats. As you can see in the image below when you click on Blu-ray ripper on the left, it will give you the option for MKV. Select this and you will then notice that in the 'Profile' box at the bottom that I have been given 3 profile choices for this particular film (this will vary on the film) I chose mkv.h264.ac3 (the default for the MKV profile was mkv.remux) Also in the middle section you will see the option to choose which section of the disk you want to rip. Again by default, the program chose the longest section (main film) which is all I wanted. If you want any subtitles also included, then just check the languages you want included, and they will be outputted into an idx/ sub file or directly rendered to video. I chose 'Extract to idx/ sub file. You can chose which way it handles subtitles/ Encoding method, (1 or 2 pass) Video Format, Bit rate etc by clicking the 'Edit' button at the bottom of the main window Here's the Conversion settings window when you click the 'edit' button: By clicking 'Video Effect Settings' button in this window you can choose to crop, resize or change the aspect ratio. I chose not to touch any of these and just let the program do it's thing. I left these alone, but you may want to experiment with them. At the very top of the main window, you can also change where the final MKV file will be placed. I chose to change the default location and instead created a folder on my desktop called TDK and have it placed in there. I much prefer having most things on my desktop, so I don't have to go hunting for them later. If you are after a more detailed explanation on what the other conversion settings do, then the people at DVDFab have created a useful guide. You can also click on the 'Green Tick' at the top of the main window for more settings. Once you are happy with your choices, just hit 'Start' at the bottom. It can take a long time to rip and transcode a blu-ray, so go watch a film or read a book and let the program work. To rip and transcode my blu-ray with the settings I wanted it took about 2.5hrs. This will vary a lot with other peoples computers depending on specs. The more RAM you have will help a lot, as will a fast processor. When the disk has been ripped you will get the final window: That's it, you're done!
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    For many users, it becomes necessary to not just delete confidential files permanently, but to shred them to avoid file recovery. While there are a number of handy file shredding applications for Windows, Zer0 is perhaps the most minimalist of them all. It is a user friendly file shredder, which can delete files securely to make them unrecoverable. It provides a convenient drag and drop utility and allows instantly shredding files in a single click. Zer0′s high level security algorithm makes it impossible to recover deleted files by conventional recovery tools, and the deletion process itself is lightning fast. During testing, we spcified a 573MB file for deletion with Zer0, and it was deleted in a split second. The tool makes use of multiple system cores, and hence, provides maximum efficiency, without hanging the application. To delete files, simply launch Zer0 and drag/drop them onto the main interface. Click Delete to shred the files. All specified files will be deleted in no time. It is worth mentioning here that while Zer0 is a very efficient, yet minimalist file shredder, we would not recommend shredding very heavy files to avoid straining your hard drive. Before shredding a file, you can determine the weight of the files that you are shredding from the Size column of Zer0. Once a file is deleted, it is marked as OK beneath the Messagecolumn. If you want a file shredder with more advanced file shredding options, then check out Freeraser. Zer0 works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. http://www.kcsoftwares.com/index.php?zero
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    To read them All you need is a mobile phone and a program that can scan QR codes. For most of them you only need to start the app and then point the camera at a QR barcode, and within a very short time you looked up a window that tells you what the barcode containing, with the possibility of going further - open a given site, add a new contact person, etc. iOS: http://itunes.apple.com/no/app/qr-reader-for-iphone/id368494609?mt=8 (App Store, Free) Also takes care of history and lets you create your own QR codes http://itunes.apple.com/no/app/i-nigma-qr-code-data-matrix/id388923203?mt=8 (App Store, Free) Also read the "regular" bar codes and check prices at Amazon, etc. BlackBerry: http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/13962 (Appworld BlackBerry, Free) http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/5781 (Appworld BlackBerry, Free) http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/1102 (Appworld BlackBerry, Free) Android: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.google.zxing.client.android (Android Market, free) Can also generate QR codes for apps, contacts etc. https://market.android.com/details?id=com.threegvision.products.inigma.Android (Android Market, free) Same as iOS version above. You can also read them through Google Goggles, available for both Android and iPhone.