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Saved by uncleflo on January 31st, 2019.
In addition to the UK’s civil and military aerodromes, there are hundreds of smaller, grass airfields set up by private individuals (termed ‘farm strips’). If you own suitable land, it’s possible to set up your own – of course, planning restrictions and practical considerations apply. We outline some of them here. Naturally, we suggest you obtain professional advice before flying from your land – however, if you do own a suitable portion of real estate, you can operate your aircraft from it for up to 28 days per year without planning permission, providing it’s safe to do. If the usage exceeds that, then you’ll need to apply to your Local Authority for change of use permission. Airfields operating under the 28 day rule are classified as ‘unlicensed fields’. This isn’t to say they’re illegal, but rather that they haven’t been subject to a Civil Aviation Authority survey; which quantifies and assesses approach obstacles, runway surfaces & length, and so forth. Your farm strips is therefore likely to be more challenging to fly in and out of – but, as most farm strip flyers will tell you, therein lies the challenge!
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Saved by uncleflo on January 6th, 2019.
We supply generic versions of graphics drivers for general purposes. Computer manufacturers might have changed the features, incorporated customizations, or made other changes to the graphics driver software or software packaging. To avoid potential installation incompatibilities, we recommend that you check first with your computer manufacturer and use the driver software provided by them. Click or select your operating system for a video demonstration of manual installation steps.
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Saved by uncleflo on January 4th, 2019.
DC powered watermakers - will run from your 12V or 24V DC battery system using energy recovery pumps to minimise power consumption. With blue water sailing becoming more and more popular, watermakers are now being considered a necessity rather than a luxury for that long passage. Choosing the right watermaker can be a difficult decision; with many factors to consider to ensure you get the right model for your needs. We have many years experience in watermakers, and have seen them develop from the rudimentary and sometimes tempremental models of 10 years ago to the sophisticated, reliable, low maintenance models of today. Consider how much water you need to make, how much space you have available for installation and most importantly, how much power you have available. Our range of units offer marine watermakers for all applications - just talk to us to see what the best choice is for your boat. We offer our clients free support in Las Palmas for ARC entrants. Class leading quality Italian made watermakers, low power consumption using the latest energy recovery technology, rugged construction using 316 stainless and carbon fibre. With the raiman system you simply purchase the pressure supply unit of your choice (electrical or petrol powered) and the membrane set to produce the amount of water you require. USA made watermakers using energy recovery system.
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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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Saved by uncleflo on December 20th, 2018.
Inland boating is a safe and relaxing activity if a bit of time and consideration is given to safety. Although the river may appear calm and tranquil, problems can occur, therefore please read this carefully to maximise the enjoyment of your cruising experience.
Saved by uncleflo on October 8th, 2018.
The unit below overheated 16 minutes into the shoot. It is using UVC Blender and a USB cable during an indoor shoot at Stanford during a crowded VR event. If the THETA is overheating, point a standard household fan at it. The airflow may be enough to cool the outside of the THETA and help with the internal overheating. People have reported success by sticking $6 Raspberry Pi heatsinks onto the body of the THETA or taping or attaching a small fan used for computer CPUs to the outside of the THETA. 6 piece Addicore heatsink for Raspberry Pi for $5.95; Mudder 8 piece black heatsink cooler for RPi for $6.99; TinkerCad Fan Holder for 3D printing.
Saved by uncleflo on February 24th, 2017.
Anyone who has done anything with file uploads knows that there's a lot to take into consideration when you're allowing your users to upload their own files up to the server. We've already covered some of the things you can do to help prevent some of the most common problems (bad MIME types, whitelisting file types, etc) but there's another one to consider that wasn't mentioned before. This "silent threat" comes in the form of PHP code embedded into the EXIF data on an image - jpg, gif, whatever. Since PHP only really has detection for things like MIME type, checking into the headers of uploaded images is difficult. Thankfully, there's a simple way to protect you and your application - don't use include (or the like) to load images into your site.
Saved by uncleflo on October 17th, 2016.
It is currently said that MD5 is partially unsafe. Taking this into consideration, I'd like to know which mechanism to use for password protection. This question, Is “double hashing” a password less secure than just hashing it once? suggests that hashing multiple times may be a good idea, whereas How to implement password protection for individual files? suggests using salt.I'm using PHP. I want a safe and fast password encryption system. Hashing a password a million times may be safer, but also slower. How to achieve a good balance between speed and safety? Also, I'd prefer the result to have a constant number of characters.
Saved by uncleflo on March 26th, 2015.
Welcome to part 2 of this two-part series discussing MVC and PHP, where we’ll discuss some of the considerations one must make when using an MVC architecture. If you’ve come straight to this article without reading part 1 first, I encourage you to head back and have careful read as this one will assume that you’ve read and understand everything it discussed. With that in mind, let’s get started!
Saved by uncleflo on November 14th, 2014.
This is the first of an eight part series I'm working on explaining how to accept online payments. Just so you know, I'm not going to post code for an entire shopping cart in this series. What I will cover is security considerations, and the actual processing of payments through each of the following payment gateways:
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