This week was busy, next week will be busy. Let’s keep this brief and head over to the links:
Google removes ‘View Image’ button from image search (engadget.com)
Say goodbye to the “View Image” link in Google Images. Google announced a few changes to its image search today, one of which being the removal of its option to check out an image without visiting the site that hosts it. It might be a bummer for some, but since it was a stipulation of Google’s settlement with Getty Images, it was only a matter of time before it happened. In a tweet, Google said today that the changes “are designed to strike a balance between serving user needs and publisher concerns, both stakeholders we value.”
From OSX to Ubuntu | Code | Nicolas Perriault (nicolas.perriault.net)
A year earlier I decided to switch from OSX to Ubuntu, so now is a good time to make a little retrospective. TL;DR: Linux now offers a pleasant desktop user experience and there’s no way back for me.
As i’m doing some development for features on pygmy that need to be tested on Ubuntu I decided to switch partially to that system for development. Used that article to get me around the hardest starter issues but I reckon that would be a seperate blogpost for here
FINMA – FINMA publishes ICO guidelines (finma.ch)
FINMA has seen a sharp increase in the number of initial coin offerings (ICOs) planned or executed in Switzerland and a corresponding increase in the number of enquiries about the applicability of regulation
Fertig wilder Westen in der Schweiz
Capturing Starman from 1 million miles away (deepskycolors.com)
After a quick nap, I go back to all my shots but find nothing, still puzzled about the whole thing. Then it hit me!! When I created the ephemeris from the JPL’s website, I did not enter my coordinates!! I went with the default, whatever that might be! Since the Roadster is still fairly close to us, parallax is significant, meaning, different locations on Earth will see Starman at slightly different coordinates. I quickly recalculate, get the new coordinates, go to my images and thanks to the wide field captured by my telescopes… boom!! There it was!! Impossible to miss!! It had been right there all along, I just never noticed!
I like the work that went into finding Starman with a huge telescope 🙂
Let’s Learn About Waveforms (waveforms.surge.sh)
A very good primer about Waveforms
EHANG 184 AAV Manned Flight Tests (youtube.com)
NGINX – HTTP/2: server push. (hg.nginx.org)
Resources to be pushed are configured with the “http2_push” directive.
HTTP/2 server push lands in Nginx
OpenSSH/Cookbook/Multiplexing – Wikibooks, open books for an open world (en.wikibooks.org)
And of course all that can be put into ssh_config(5) as shown in the previous section. Starting with 6.7, the combination of %r@%h:%p and variations on it can be replaced with %C which by itself generates a SHA1 hash from the concatenation of %l%h%p%r.
Learning of the Week: SSH Multiplexing issues fixed by not using hots and the remote usernames. Just using %C is enough with newer OpenSSH versions.
VLC 3.0 now supports Chromecast and the world is a better place (thenextweb.com)
- 8K support (hardware decoding is on by default)
- HDR and 10 bit video
- HMDI Audio passthrough
- Network browsing for NAS systems
- 360 video and 3D audio
- Modifying subtitle size live
- Drag and drop support
- HD DVD support
Yeah : VLC 3.0 is out!
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