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    Streaming Tech

    github - https://github.com/obsproject/obs-studio/tags wat
  2. article - https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/uk-vaccine-covid-19-restaurants-bars-blocked-1.5822648 This is in reference to the UK and I think the chances of something like a "vaccine passport" is really low but this is starting to get into more complicated territory. You have to incentivize vaccination right? How far can you push that without infringing on body autonomy?
  3. article - https://arstechnica.com/cars/2020/12/truck-emissions-mods-pollute-more-than-dieselgate-epa-says/ It has always been stupid and I am sure that this info will not stop anyone who is currently doing it. I do not know the legality of it in other states but I sort of wish more could be done about it. 550k doing the same damage as 15x that number.
  4. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00MWDUXZ0/ My one sexy black friday purchase so far
  5. Old school term would be "antivirus product". The reason that term was sort of deprecated in the security industry is because it's just not accurate anymore; too many people associate that with the download-file-hash-lists-and-scan-files routine. Almost any modern security program you would load on a workstation/server has a lot more heuristic-style features now for file behavior, often also monitors actions in memory, script engines and possibly networking too. EDIT: Not to mention cloud everything cloud all the things cloud this cloud that
  6. Please please please do not take any endpoint protection product as an excuse not to have a robust backup methodology for data that you care deeply about. I have directly worked with multiple enterprise grade solutions and even those are not 100% effective.
  7. If you are using Windows 10, keep it up to date on patches, and fully enable Windows Defender's features then it can go toe-to-toe with most commercial endpoint protection products these days.
  8. Usually steam sales get their own thread but this one is basically a black friday sale so yeah https://store.steampowered.com/
  9. article - https://thehill.com/homenews/news/527408-cdc-director-covid-19-vaccine-will-be-rolled-out-second-week-in-december Timeline seems to fit with most estimates I have seen from other sources. article - https://pmj.bmj.com/content/early/2020/11/12/postgradmedj-2020-139065 It has already been pretty universally agreed upon in the health and fitness community that just about everyone should be supplementing vit D3 and this is just another reason. There have also been multiple articles already talking about certain common vitamin and mineral deficiencies causing additional
  10. So you got Moderna/NIH (USA). Must be shipped at 2 C. Can be 1 dose (70%+ effective) but will probably be administered as 2 doses (90%+ effective). "Old-fashioned" adenovirus. AstraZeneca/Oxford (UK) - Must be shipped at -20 C. Requires 2 doses (90%+ effective). Fancy mRNA. Pfizer/BioNTech (Germany) - Must be shipped at -70 C. Requires 2 doses (90%+ effective). Fancy mRNA. That is just typical isn't it. The German engineered solution is good but expensive, complicated and requires tight tolerances.
  11. "2021 Mustang Mach-E Meets Targeted EPA Estimated Range Ratings, Hits 300 Miles in Premium Extended-Range RWD" link - https://media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fna/us/en/news/2020/11/23/2021-mustang-mach-e-epa-estimated-range.html Nice.
  12. I don't need duplex and I don't print often so I would prefer something that does not take up much space (which usually means no integrated paper tray which I am OK with).
  13. So bfads.net is dead. I am not sure where to go to check ad scans. ??? https://slickdeals.net/blackfriday/ads/ ??? https://blackfriday.com/ads/black-friday sexy serious though I kinda want a printer
  14. Finished the series. A lot of what I said previously is still accurate. The original (Long Way Round) is still the best one but this is still plenty entertaining and very family friendly/wholesome; a bit more upbeat than most other things these days. The EV bikes performed as well as can be expected I guess with all the same limitations I already talked about.
  15. So I have a lot of to add to this. I first saw this movie 20+ years ago on VHS so I do have some nostalgia bias. The Shakespeare stuff is definitely overdone but I liked it from the perspective that it gave the Klingon's some depth; showing they have a culture that at least is complex enough to enjoy theater. So many other times they are portrayed as just a bunch of bloodthirsty warriors with nothing else on their minds. The movie goes farther on this point talking about the different factions vying for control in the Klingon empire with some not even wanting to prolong conflict. Th
  16. My perspective on DLSS is that it helps mid-range card owners push into high-end monitor territory. If you can take a game running at 1440p and DLSS-upscale it to 4k or something ultrawide like you have then you suddenly have more monitors available to shop for. Especially for mixed usage where 4k would be useful for work but it would be difficult to drive a game at that res. EDIT: I should probably provide the context that 4k monitors have come down a lot in price: https://www.newegg.com/p/pl?Submit=Property&Subcategory=20&N=100161617 8000 4814 600338147 600560547&IsPowerSear
  17. This is the book it is apparently based on. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/20758104-the-knife-of-never-letting-go The premise sounds ridiculous.
  18. If the gov adopts that vaccine plan, feelsbadman I think all of us are in the very very last phase even after the kids.
  19. list of reviews - https://videocardz.com/newz/amd-radeon-rx-6800-series-review-roundup Quickly skimmed through 3 reviews and it seems like in terms of..... power usage temps noise "basic" performance at 1080p, 1440p, 4k ....the 6800 XT is absolutely competitive with the 3080 but as soon as you also factor in.... ray tracing DLSS (AMD will have their own version of this soon) NVENC for streaming .....then Nvidia stays on top. Also apparently Nvidia will have their own Smart Access Memory equivalent soon. I think I'm going to st
  20. "GitHub Reinstates youtube-dl After RIAA’s Abuse of the DMCA" article - https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/11/github-reinstates-youtube-dl-after-riaas-abuse-dmca Nice!
  21. Just local + NAS means you are one house fire away from losing all of your data 🙁 Plex is free software that takes local media files and makes them accessible via a pretty interface you can access over a local network and/or remotely. Includes features like setting streaming quality, etc. There is not a lot of configuration needed out of the box for example: If it finds multiple seasons of a show it will automatically in the interface catalog them separately into seasons. The idea would be the NAS runs the server software and then you could use a smart stick or integrated smart TV device
  22. Just remember there is such a thing as too much wood....
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