Shouldn't it take much longer to search for keywords in 2 billion websites?
The idea that hospitals are full and people are dying because of lack of resources - while so many people are refusing to follow Covid rules makes my blood boil.
You wanna go out and party during a pandemic? By all means go ahead, but don't expect to take up a hospital bed that would have otherwise gone to an essential worker or someone from an at risk group when you get catch Covid.
It doesn't matter if you were in the hospital first, those beds should go to those who genuinely need them, not those who go around calling Covid a hoax.
A lot of countries are doing the same with organs. If you opt out of giving organs, then they'll send you to the back of the organ waiting list and prioritise who are happy to give up theirs.
Edit: I don't mean ALL Covidiots should receive lower priority treatment at the hospital, only those who catch Covid.
Break your leg while ignoring Covid rules? Cool, get normal treatment.
Get Covid while ignoring Covid rules? The the back of the queue with you.
Edit 2: To those talking about how putting people in a database is fascism, wtf kinda world do you live in? The government has each and every one of us in multiple databases. Without databases I could e.g. sneak into your house while you're away and steal your property deed and claim your house as mine, and there would be no records showing otherwise.
This is the same BS rhetoric that sees anti-maskers claiming to be oppressed for having to wear masks, but these same people have had no issues with dress codes all their lives.
Pretty much simple if you have such blatant disregard for one of the simplest task. Then you probably don't deserve treatment over those who have sincerely followed all suggested measures. Also, you don't get to be Pro-Life.
A while ago I was looking for a random item generator to use for randomized loot. Unfortunately, nothing out there quite worked like I wanted it to.
So I made it myself! Maybe some of you saw my post a few months back.
The Collection is a database of Pathfinder items that allows for very specific filtering. You can filter on many things, including type, price, slot, aura, sources, tags and more! Need a wondrous item for your hand slot below 10000 gold? You can do that!
What's potentially more useful is the kind of random generation this database allows. Not only can you filter when you browse, you can also filter very specifically when you generate loot! Need 4 items with a combined cost of about 30000 gold, but you don't want them to be weapons or consumables and, by the way, you only want items from the Core Rulebook? No problem!
I really hope this will be useful to some people other than myself haha. Please tell me if you have any feedback or comments and please share with your GM, players or other roleplayers! There's definitely still some parts of the database that needs ironing out, so any feedback is appreciated.
Now, if you find it really useful and you want to encourage me to expand this tool or build other similar tools, you can support me. Any support is hugely appreciated and supporters will influence what I work on next!
Consider this a late Christmas gift from me to the co... keep reading on reddit ➡
The discussion regarding the STC photo sparked this short post :)
What you have to realize is that a full STC would contain not only the information on how to make X, but also full information on how to construct a total supply chain, as STC were designed to set up civilisations on colony worlds.
So in modern terms, if you would ask an STC to build a Boeing 747 for you, you would get:
So to construct a plane, an STC has to know:
I've used Lose It for a while now, but needed an extra boost so am trying the Noom free trial. It rocks as far as the psychology behind why we do what we do with food, but Noom's food database is insanely inaccurate. For example, I occasionally like to have a Sanders Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel, which the package says is 75 calories. Noom's database says1 piece is 18 calories and lists a box of 8 pieces as 1 serving, which is 140 calories (see image)! Whaaaat? So I had to fiddle with the portion size to get to the 75 calories as is stated on the Sanders package. Goofy! And when I scan the bar code, it accepts it and thanks me for improving Noom, but then when I search for and use that food from the list, it comes up with completely inaccurate information. Even when I custom-add a food, some of the time it doesn't come up again, so I've wasted my time. Baffling by how the Noom people can fail so spectacularly in the food numbers aspect, but be so freaking good by providing the psychological aspect of weight loss! Noom food database is GROSSLY inaccurate! On the other hand, Noom excels as to the psychological aspect of weight loss. So until Noom decides to own up to, and fix its inadequacies, I guess we'll all just have to pay for 2 weight loss apps (Noom the the valuable psychology) and Lose It for it's superior food database. Bummer.
I’m sure this will get downvoted or removed but I just can’t believe this is our world.
You disagree with me? I’m going to take steps to put your name and personal information into a database in an attempt to make sure you get harassed and can never get a job again. High-ranking officials on my side also agree.
Let us not forget that one of the characteristics of facism is “forcible suppression of the opposition.”
But you’re the FaCiSt!!!1!1!1!1!
Say I use SQL Server, WPF desktop applications, aspnet for APIs and web application (all dotnet 3.5 moving to 5.0). To connect everything with the actual Db a shared project is used with an Entity Framework core DB context.
Imagine all this runs in production mode.
Now you have to do some changes on the Database. Rename tables, adjust views, set new constrains and or FKs.
What is the best tool to apply the changes? Change it in sqlcmd or SSMS and then scaffold it again? Change it in your EFcore DB classes and force migrate it?
What is the order of steps? Take a backup of production data, load the backup as a dev copy? How to handle existing data? How do you change new data that comes in the production database since you made your copy?
I have a really hard time to figure this out and would be very thankful for advices or resources.
The idea is you search for an ingredient and it returns recipes plus a list of ingredients to complete those recipes.
for example: searching `almonds` will return recipes that call for `Almonds` and/or `sliced almonds`
Then: you get 10 recipes shown along with the total number of recipes that include that ingredient.There are also icons for the time required and a list of all other ingredients to filter the recipes. click on the time and ingredients that you have/want and find your desired recipe <3
click on recipe to see the full recipe card:
> By going with AMD EPYC, we were able to get 64 physical CPU cores while keeping clock speeds high: 2.9GHz base with 3.4GHz boost. More importantly, EPYC provides 128 PCIe v4.0 lanes, which allows us to put 24 NVMe drives in a single machine. NVMe is incredibly fast (~5.7x faster than the SATA SSDs in our previous-gen database servers) because it uses PCIe instead of SATA. However, PCIe lanes are typically very limited: modern consumer chips typically have only 16 lanes, and Intel’s Xeon chips have 48. By providing 128 PCI lanes per chip (v4.0, no less), AMD EPYC has made it possible to pack large numbers of NVMe drives into a single machine.
The report also comes with nice stats and graph about their DB usage. The hardware they replaced was [released in Q1 2016] https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/91767/intel-xeon-processor-e5-2650-v4-30m-cache-2-20-ghz.html) so there was bound to be an improvement in perfs, but it's interesting to see that the deciding factor was being able to stuff 153 TB (!!) of NVMe disk space.
I've curated and put together a directory/database of case studies posted by founders on how they've grown their businesses. Available for free download.
These are tagged in over 20 different strategies types and 3 main business type (Ecommerce, Blog/Media, Tech).
Appreciate any feedback or additional strategies/content to be added in. Cheers!
I've compiled a list of games with their known FPS. There might be mistakes, so please let me know if you find any. Gameplay videos are linked to the title.
This will now be updated on the spreadsheet so you can filter the results. Now with resolution & game pass info!
Step-by-step instructions to measure FPS here if you want to help me out and I'll link your video.
Link to Xbox Series X list here.
|GAME TITLE||INSTALL SIZE (GB)||NORMAL FPS||PERFORMANCE MODE FPS||OPTIMISED FOR S?||XBOX 360 OR OLDER?|
|A Plague Tale: Innocence||41||30|
|A Way Out||17.4||30|
|Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown||43.3||60|
|Alice: Madness Returns||6||30||Y|
|Aragami: Shadow Edition||7.3||30|
|ARK: Survival Evolved Explorer's Edition||132||60|
|Armed and Dangerous||4.6||30||Y|
|Army of Two||6.2||30||Y|
|Assasin's Creed III: Remastered||44.6||30|
|Assasin's Creed: Odyssey||66.4||30|
|Assasin's Creed: Origins||66||30|
|Assassin's Creed: Unity||39.3||30|
|Assassin's Creed: Valhalla||50.5||30||60||Y|
|Batman Arkham Knight||47.4||30|
|Battle Chasers: Nightwar||9.9||30|
|Battlefield Bad Company 2||8.4||30||Y|
|Battlefield: Bad Company||6||30|
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I have been working on this since august as i was laid off due to covid. Still continuing to do it with some friends.
I am thinking of adding a sort feature moving ahead. Apart from that, If there is any more feedback, do share. :)
Apparently its not visual novel enough. And has too much game play. Where stuff like fate extella link and phoenix wright is on there thoughts?
Thanks to all contributors of the project and to all people donating CPU time to verify the Darwin port passes all tests.
It was the last issue blocking the Darwin/amd64 release.
Windows people: JasonTashtego has made great progress with the Windows port in recent weeks.