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The researchers taught the robot to stand on one leg - recreating a key scene from the film in the process. Scroll down for video The Atlas robot has already shown it can walk, jump and even drive a car According to Boston Dynamics, Atlas is a 'high mobility, humanoid robot designed to negotiate outdoor, rough terrain. 'Atlas can walk bipedally leaving the upper limbs free to lift, carry, and manipulate the environment. The researchers taught the robot the trick to show off its balance.
Cloning Hyper-V Virtual Machines the Right Way (Part 2) If you would like to read the other parts in this article series please go to: Introduction In my previous article in this series, I explained that cloning a virtual machine is not quite as intuitive as you might have been lead to believe. Part of the reason for this is that in order for the cloning process to be successful, you need to use Sysprep to strip certain attributes from the host that is being cloned. In this article, I want to continue the discussion by showing you one method that you can use for cloning virtual machines. Running Sysprep As I mentioned in my previous article, in Windows Server 2003, Sysprep was included in the Windows Support Tools, and it therefore had to be installed manually before you could use it. Figure A: This is what the SYSPREP interface looks like As you can see in the figure, the Sysprep interface is pretty simple, but even so it is very important to pick the correct options.
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Mesh - Sudo Room. Feb 21: Launched "Snow Crash" release candidate v.0.1.0 - now deploying the first batch of experimental nodes! Oct 25: Launched PeoplesOpen.net our public project page! We are a group of volunteers building a community mesh network in Oakland, California. A mesh network is, in essence, free as in freedom alternative internet.
Using low-cost routers mounted on rooftops and outside of homes, we're currently building the backbone of the mesh throughout the East Bay, from West Oakland to the Fruitvale BART and beyond! Mesh networks are awesome because they don't depend on the existing centralized Internet Service Providers to function. Dishes in Action Join the Mailing List! In July 2013, we successfully concluded our bootstrap crowdfunding campaign on WePay to buy the first 100 wifi routers for the mesh! Here are some other ways you can help out: Support us with a small weekly donation on Gittip. Design Map - of potential nodes. Technical Documentation Operational Background Research Node management. The FCC changed course on network neutrality. Here is why you should care. Cross-posted from Netarchitecture.org Wednesday's press reports of the new network neutrality rules proposed by FCC Chairman Wheeler have been met with anger and confusion.
According to the Wall Street Journal, "[r]egulators are proposing new rules on Internet traffic that would allow broadband providers to charge companies a premium for access to their fastest lanes. […] [T]he proposal would […] allow providers to give preferential treatment to traffic from some content providers, as long as such arrangements are available on 'commercially reasonable' terms for all interested content companies. Whether the terms are commercially reasonable would be decided by the FCC on a case-by-case basis.
" Yet, in a blog post yesterday, Chairman Wheeler explained that accounts "that the earlier policies of the Commission have been abandoned" are "incorrect. " Who is right? Do the proposed rules abandon earlier FCC policies on access fees? It makes four points: 1. Fees for access to end users 67. 40. 2. Lost Media Wiki. DEFCON 17: That Awesome Time I Was Sued For Two Billion Dollars. COMPUTER VIRUS CATALOG. Wireless Broadband - Rates. WikiStart. Gnosis Software Homepage. OpenIcons | Pixabay.
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