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Boatworks Today | Boating Help For The DIY

https://www.boatworkstoday.com/

Saved by uncleflo on October 12th, 2019.

Welcome to Boatworks Today, a show supported by viewers like you! Hey everybody, my name is Andy Miller and I am the creator of Boatworks Today… A little bit about myself and this show! I went to college at St. Norberts just outside of Green Bay (GO PACKERS!) and finished up there with a BA in Psychology and Sociology. Finding out a little too late into the curriculum, I decided that I didn’t really want to spend the rest of my life listening to people complain about themselves (yea, I had some internships that left a bad taste in my mouth). So, after graduation I was off to figure out what it is that I REALLY wanted to do with my life. I bounced around a bit, met the lovely person who is now my Wife, bought a sailboat and we lived on it for a while. Became a scuba instructor, but decided that boats were something that called out to me. I took an entry level apprenticeship position at one of the local marinas and after roughly 7 years with them I decided to pull the trigger and venture off on my own. Miller Boatworks was created, and the rest as they say is history! MBW focuses on cosmetic repair (gelcoat, paint, fiberglass) as well as custom woodworking & refinishing and complete boat restoration..

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Headless Raspberry Pi setup with wifi :: Styxit blog

https://styxit.com/2017/03/14/headless-raspberry-setup.html

Saved by uncleflo on August 1st, 2019.

This article will get you up and running with a Raspberry Pi, connected to your wifi network and accessible over ssh, without ever needing to connect anything to it, besides power. After flashing the image to the SD card, the drive has been ejected. Disconnect and connect the SD card so it gets detected by macOS again. A boot drive should appear. Open a terminal window and cd to the boot drive using the following command:

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AWS Aurora MySQL – HA, DR, and Durability Explained in Simple Terms - Percona Database Performance Blog

https://www.percona.com/blog/2019/01/11/aws-aurora-mysql-ha-dr-and-durability-explained-in-simple-terms/

Saved by uncleflo on July 11th, 2019.

It’s a few weeks after AWS re:Invent 2018 and my head is still spinning from all of the information released at this year’s conference. This year I was able to enjoy a few sessions focused on Aurora deep dives. In fact, I walked away from the conference realizing that my own understanding of High Availability (HA), Disaster Recovery (DR), and Durability in Aurora had been off for quite a while. Consequently, I decided to put this blog out there, both to collect the ideas in one place for myself, and to share them in general. Unlike some of our previous blogs, I’m not focused on analyzing Aurora performance or examining the architecture behind Aurora. Instead, I want to focus on how HA, DR, and Durability are defined and implemented within the Aurora ecosystem.  We’ll get just deep enough into the weeds to be able to examine these capabilities alone.

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Containers: A Complete Guide | IBM

https://www.ibm.com/cloud/learn/containers

Saved by uncleflo on May 12th, 2019.

This guide looks at the importance of containers in cloud computing, highlighting the benefits and showing how containers figure into such technologies as Docker, Kubernetes, Istio, VMs, and Knative. A container is a small file that packages together application code along with all the libraries and other dependencies that it needs to run. By packaging together applications, libraries, environment variables, other software binaries and configuration files, a container guarantees that it has everything needed to run the application out of the box, regardless of the operating environment in which the container runs. A key characteristic of a container is that it is small and fast because it uses some of the underlying host operating system's resources to run rather than containing a whole OS of its own.

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Offer accepted, now what? - Buyer Advice - Rightmove

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/advice/buyer/buying-a-property/offer-accepted/

Saved by uncleflo on April 18th, 2019.

Once the seller has accepted your offer, ask them to take it off the market. They don’t have to agree to this, but doing so will shut out other potential buyers. Now you need to move fast – the seller will want to see progress so try to avoid any unnecessary delays in getting the surveys and other legal work done. Complete the lender’s application form and send them the documents they require – this will include proof of your ID, evidence of your earnings, proof of your address over the last few months and your bank statements, so have these ready. The lender will then arrange for a valuation to be carried out on the property. This allows them to work out how fair the amount you’ve asked to borrow is compared to what they deem the property to be worth.

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Sailing Uma - Our Boat

https://www.sailinguma.com/our-boat

Saved by uncleflo on February 23rd, 2019.

They say a journey of a thousand miles, begins with a single step. For us, rather than a step, our journey began with a leap. We sold everything we didn’t need, cars, computers, motorcycles, furniture — everything. What we couldn’t sell, we donated and we used the money to buy a sailboat. Our boat “Uma” is a 1972 Pearson 36. She is neither fancy and expensive, nor cheap and flimsy—to us, she is perfect. We wanted a name that carried with it the motivation and rational that led us to buy her in the first place. Her name was inspired by the Portuguese number 1 (uma), meaning first or primary. She is our first step

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Electric Boats, In General

http://www.growleymonster.com/eboat/eboatsgeneral.html

Saved by uncleflo on February 23rd, 2019.

Have you just bought an old sailboat with a dead or dying engine? You might have a boat worth less than a third of what a new diesel would cost, and you don't want to buy a used engine and inherit someone else's cast-off problems. Or maybe you are tired of smelling fuel, buying fuel, spilling fuel, running out of fuel, or hearing a smoke belching valve clattering clankasaurus hard at work, or crossing your fingers and hoping it will start when you actually need it. There are a lot of reasons to repower with electric drive. Electric is not for everyone. It has a lot of cons to balance out the obvious pros. But one con that is widely diseminated by self proclaimed experts is that it is expensive, and that is not necessarily the case at all. It is quite possible to replace that cranktankerous old infernal combustion engine very cheaply indeed. I did it, for less than $2500. I didn't know it at the time, but I could have spent even less.

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How to Keep Polished Brass From Tarnishing - Hunker.com - By Brenda Priddy

https://www.hunker.com/13419830/how-to-keep-polished-brass-from-tarnishing

Saved by uncleflo on February 23rd, 2019.

Brass will automatically start to tarnish if exposed to oxygen. The only way to prevent polished brass from tarnishing is to coat it with a layer of clear sealer that will prevent air from reaching the brass itself. Many brass surfaces come with this finish originally, but it can wear down over time. Refresh the coating every few years to keep the brass shiny and like-new without frequent polishing. A clear polyurethane sealer will protect the brass from oxygen exposure without causing discoloration.

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How TF-IDF algorithm determines keyword importance - arbitrue Blog

https://www.arbitrue.com/blog/tf-idf-algorithm-for-keyword-importance/

Saved by uncleflo on December 23rd, 2018.

There are many tools in the developer’s toolbox when it comes to automatic data extraction. A good example is TF-IDF algorithm (Term Frequency – Inverse Document Frequency) which helps the system understand the importance of keywords extracted using OCR. Here’s how TF-IDF can be used for invoice and receipt recognition. In this article we focus on other techniques in order to make this text file “understandable” to a computer. For this purpose, we must delve into the world of NLP or Natural Language Processing. We will focus mainly on how we can transform our file of raw text into a format that will easily be understandable by our algorithm. In a nutshell, TF-IDF is a technique for understanding how important a word is in a document which is often used as a weighting factor for numerous use cases. TF-IDF takes under consideration how frequent a word appears in a single document in relation to how frequent that word is in general. Search engines can use TF-IDF to determine which results are the most relevant for a search query.

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How To Use NSLOOKUP to View Your DNS Records

https://support.managed.com/kb/a2312/how-to-use-nslookup-to-view-your-dns-records.aspx

Saved by uncleflo on December 23rd, 2018.

This article is for the Windows OS NSLOOKUP functionality. If your machine does not have NSLOOKUP, or are using a different OS, that information will beyond the scope of this article. You may find the need to check the status of your domains DNS records, or check the Name Servers to see which records the servers are pulling.

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Sophie Hellyer - What Are You Made of? // The Sustainable Swimwear Guide

https://www.sophiehellyer.com/blogposts/2018/1/31/what-are-you-made-of-the-sustainable-swimwear-guide

Saved by uncleflo on December 20th, 2018.

I realise when I first released this post, it was January, a time of year that not everyone is throwing themselves into water without a wetsuit. A lot of you have been asking about sustainable swimwear options again over the past month with this never-ending heatwave we are having, so I thought I’d update and repost this guide. With environmental issues becoming much more prominent in the mainstream media, a quick google into the textiles and fashion industries will provide you with endless reasons to choose slow fashion. If you didn't follow Fashion Revolution and the #whomademyclothes movement go and check it out, alongside the documentary The True Cost. The price is often more because these companies pay workers a fair living wage, and source sustainably grown and produced materials. I've been trying to buy everything I wear consciously and not fall into the consumerism trap too often (although I'm occasionally slip up and find myself on the high street, damn those glittery topshop dinosaur socks). I try to follow the guide lines:

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Can You Fly Drones In London?

https://www.silicon.co.uk/e-regulation/fly-drones-london-158901?inf_by=5c0a1cae671db84c038b507b

Saved by uncleflo on December 20th, 2018.

Drones are big business, and thousands of you would have received your very own for Christmas this year. The plummeting cost of components and the ease of buying remote controlled aircraft off the Internet has skyrocketed the use of consumer drones across the globe. Headlines are made every day, whether that’s new drones at CES, drones almost hitting passenger jets, or drones spying on unassuming victims. The CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) has already prosecuted two drone operators in the UK for breaching safety regulations, with numerous other investigations ongoing. In October, a man was arrested for operating a drone over Manchester City’s football stadium in a match with Tottenham Hotspur.

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The Fifteen [drops tablet]...Ten! Ten Commandments of Sound for Picture! (Part One)

http://www.syncsoundcinema.com/2007/06/fifteen-drops-tabletten-ten.html

Saved by uncleflo on November 29th, 2018.

Mike Curtis over at hdforindies.com recently posted a brilliant rant/advice list called 10 Things Not To Do, detailing his "don't" list for indie/digital filmmakers. Inspired by this, I have attempted to concoct my own finger-wagging list for the audio sound of things, for filmmakers as well as other producers, directors and DP's. (Edit: I'll preface this by stating this is mainly based on my professional experience, the majority of which has been shorts, both DV and S16; indie DV and HD features; corporate and industrials; documentaries and some reality TV. Additionally, much of what I've come up with is echoed to an extent in The Letter, which you should already have framed on your wall:)

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Different Types of Chairs For Your Living Room!

https://gharpedia.com/types-of-chairs-in-living-room/

Saved by uncleflo on November 29th, 2018.

Merriam Webster dictionary defines ‘chairs’ as a seat typically having the legs and a back for one person. It’s interesting that following this simple definition we have around us so many variations of this basic type of furniture. There are different types of chairs that you must know before you plan for your home furniture. For every activity that we do while sitting our comfortable postures needed are different and so the types of chairs, we need for the same should also be differently designed! For instance, a dining chair cannot be used for relaxing and vice versa. It is for the same reason that, more than colour and material it is the usage which makes one chair different from another.

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Ergonomics and car seat design with diagrams (Asian Language)

https://daily.zhihu.com/story/3941552

Saved by uncleflo on November 29th, 2018.

An article about the seat and cockpit design of a car, all written in an Asian Language. The Diagrams are very useful for making chairs.

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Buying a Boat or Yacht by David Pascoe

http://www.yachtsurvey.com/buyingaboat.htm

Saved by uncleflo on November 29th, 2018.

David Pascoe is a second generation marine surveyor in his family who began his surveying career at age 16 as an apprentice in 1965 as the era of wooden boats was drawing to a close. Certified by the National Association of Marine Surveyors in 1972, he has conducted over 5,000 pre purchase surveys in addition to having conducted hundreds of boating accident investigations, including fires, sinkings, hull failures and machinery failure analysis. Over forty years of knowledge and experience are brought to bear in following books. David Pascoe is the author of:

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Fundamentals of Restoration Projects

http://www.docksidereports.com/fundamentals_of_restoration_proj.htm

Saved by uncleflo on November 29th, 2018.

During my three decades as a marine surveyor, I've always been amazed about two aspects of restoring old boats what, in the marine trade, is known as a refit. First is that the people who can best afford to do them, usually don't. Followed by those who can't afford such projects are usually the ones that attempt them. Such projects usually go wrong because the owner failed to appreciate the costs, and to estimate them in advance. There are no good deals on fixer uppers with boats. There is just expensive and more expensive. Money is the name of the game, and if you haven't got it, then it's a mistake to think that you can do a refit on the cheap.

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Wireless Tethered Shooting With Your Canon DSLR Via Wi-Fi

http://marcschultz.com/blog/wireless-tethered-shooting-canon-dslr/

Saved by uncleflo on November 29th, 2018.

If you have followed my blog over the past few years, you may have read some of the articles I wrote on the subject of tethered shooting with your Canon DSLR together with either a tablet or smartphone. I love tethered shooting with portable devices, mainly because they are small and easy to carry around, I can trigger the camera remotely and I can see a larger review image on the remote screen afterwards. In fact, my most widely read blog post is one I wrote in November 2013 titled Tethered Shooting With Your Canon DSLR And Android Tablet. But since then, a lot has changed. Many of the newer Canon DSLR bodies now offer Wi-Fi, such as the Canon 6D, 80D, 70D, 1DX Mark II (via the Canon WFT-E8 adapter), all versions of the Rebel T6, and the 7D Mark II (via a recently released Canon W-E1 Wi-Fi Adapter). But best of all, the newest Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, which was just released last month, is Canon’s first high-end, full frame DSLR to have full Wi-Fi built in. So an updated post on this subject was needed.

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Is making clothing in the UK really more expensive?

https://makeitbritish.co.uk/clothing/making-clothing-uk-really-expensive/

Saved by uncleflo on November 28th, 2018.

There is a myth that making clothing in the UK is much more expensive than manufacturing overseas. We’d like to dispel that myth and show you why that’s not the case, even on simple products such as T-shirts. Let’s first start by looking at all of the different costs associated with making a good quality, branded T-shirt that retails for £25. The average manufacturing cost for that T-shirt in the Far East, making a small quantity of a few hundred pieces, is around £4.24*. That price includes the fabric, cutting and stitching of the garment, labelling, pressing and packing, and the factory overhead and margin. The same T-shirt made in the UK is around £8.85. It’s seems like it’s more than double, but hear us out! When clothing is made overseas there are several other costs that need to be taken into account before that product is ready to hit the shop floor. Shipping and duty can be as much as £1.75 on a simple T-shirt, depending on the size of the order. And if the brand is buying through an agent they will take their cut too. So now you get to a more likely cost of £7 for the Far Eastern-made T-shirt, compared to the £8.85 for the British one. But it doesn’t stop there. Retailers traditionally work on a profit margin of around 60% on a branded item when they sell it in their stores. A simple way to work that out is roughly double the wholesale cost plus VAT. The problem is that retailers have to take into account the fact that not all of the product that they buy sells at full price.

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Basic Audio Techniques for Video: How to Use a Boompole

https://blog.audio-technica.com/basic-audio-techniques-video-use-boompole/

Saved by uncleflo on November 28th, 2018.

In this installment of our blog series on Basic Audio Techniques for Video, we’ll explain how to use a boompole. If you missed the previous installment exploring the basics of using a boom mic, you can read it here. Since the earliest days of filmmaking, film crews have relied on mounting a microphone onto a boompole in order to properly position the microphone out of frame. In this post, we’ll be sharing some insider tips from professional boom operators.

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15 Tips For Beginner Drone Pilots [May 2018]

https://store.dji.com/guides/drone-beginners-flying-tips/

Saved by uncleflo on November 27th, 2018.

Congratulations on being a new drone pilot! We all understand the excitement of getting a new drone. But don’t rush into flying just yet! It’s relatively straightforward to take off, but do you know every button’s function or have a good understanding of how your drone reacts to the remote controller? Before you head out and get it in the air, you should know your drone well. As it’s the best way to prevent crashes and flyaways. Furthermore, it’s being responsible for the safety of yourself, others, and your drone. Operating a drone can sometimes be tricky. So to avoid any silly missteps, it’s essential to read the product’s manual and get familiar with DJI’s GO apps and pay close attention to preflight preparations. After you understand your drone’s capabilities and limitations choose a safe test flight zone and practice some basic maneuvers before you take the leash off. Additionally, remember to take advantage of free online resources. You can find all you need to know and do before your maiden flight on the DJI Support and DJI Tutorials YouTube channels. Finally, if any problem occurs, you can always contact DJI Support on Facebook or Twitter for help. Here, we’ve summarized 15 tips to help first-time drone pilots prepare for their air adventures.

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10 Drone Safety Tips for a Safe Flight

https://store.dji.com/guides/10-drone-safety-tips-safe-flight/

Saved by uncleflo on November 27th, 2018.

Are you an ace pilot or even a brand new pilot who just got a fancy new DJI drone and can’t wait to fly? Yes, you are? Great, you might be wondering what commonality you both share, one of you a grizzled veteran pilot with thousands of hours of flight time under your belt and the other still with their training wings on. Well, both of you can still have an “opps” moment during a flight which could lead to unfortunate drone mishap. So, to help you avoid any mishaps here are some pre-flight and post-landing drone safety tips that can help minimize a lot of potential problems for the experienced pilots and help the beginner’s confidence soar! These 10 drone safety tips for a safe flight may sound simple, however, not paying attention could lead to an easily avoided crash. They take practically no time to follow but are beyond priceless, so do yourself a favor and keep these 10 safety tips in mind when flying your drone.

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3 Emails Every Automated Welcome Series Must Have

https://blogs.constantcontact.com/automated-welcome-series/

Saved by uncleflo on October 23rd, 2018.

Imagine for a moment that you’ve hired a new employee. Would you expect your new hire to figure everything out on their own? It’s likely you’ll have a new hire checklist to be certain your new employee gets the information they need to be successful. Those first few days are important for setting exceptions and building their personal investment in your business.

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The Proper Way to Ask for Customer Feedback

https://www.kayako.com/blog/the-proper-way-to-ask-for-customer-feedback/

Saved by uncleflo on October 23rd, 2018.

Nandini Jammi - October 10, 2014 Seth Godin issued a challenge in his blog recently as he questioned how businesses are still collecting user feedback. “If you live in the US, you might try calling 800-398-0242. That’s the number Fedex Print lists on all their receipts, hoping for customer feedback. It’s hard to imagine a happy customer working her way through all of these menus and buttons and clicks, and harder still to imagine an annoyed customer being happy to do all of this data processing for them. The alternative is pretty simple: if you’re about to lose a $10,000 customer, put the cell phone number of the regional manager on the receipt. That’s what you and I would do if we owned the place, wouldn’t we?”

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Best Cruising Catamaran

https://www.cruisingworld.com/best-cruising-catamaran-HH-55

Saved by uncleflo on September 14th, 2018.

Another category that showcased great diversity in design and execution was the cruising cats. The HH 55 from China unanimously claimed the prize. In this unusual Boat of the Year fleet, the Best Cruising Catamaran class was yet another category made up of three boats that were very different in terms of size and execution: the 38-foot Maine Cat 38, the 47-foot Fountaine Pajot Saona 47 and the 55-foot HH 55. All three addressed their respective stated purposes very well, once again leaving the judges a challenging task in sorting out a winner. “We’ve got small, medium and large in this class,” said Bill Bolin. Starting with the smallest of the three, the Maine Cat 38 was, according to its entry form, “a performance cruising multihull designed to be fast, comfortable and easy to singlehand from a central weather-protected helm with excellent 360-degree visibility.” Built of thermoformed Corecell-infused polyester resin, it was one of the highest of high-tech boats in the entire contest.

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