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How to setup OpenVPN on DD-WRT If you would like a plug and play router solution, visit the NordVPN Router section. This tutorial shows how to connect a DD-WRT router to NordVPN servers via the OpenVPN protocol, using a script. Tested on DD-WRT v24-SP2 (03/19/12) std – build 18777 1. How to use Google Alerts If there has ever been an entity that bore a great deal of resemblance to George Orwell’s “Big Brother” then it is Google. Google sees everything that happens on the Internet (well, everything that isn’t protected by your robots.txt file) and now Google is offering a service that gives you a glimpse of new posts and website updates that are related to your business or website. It keeps you posted of new web pages in your niche as well as what your competition is up to… This service is called Google Alerts. It’s been interesting to find that there are a great deal of people out there that have never used Google Alerts before or really don’t know how to use them properly and really make the most of the service.

Microsoft HoloLens Preview - CNET Three months ago I strapped on Microsoft's HoloLens for the first time and instantly became a believer. The clunky tethered prototype was a far cry from the sleek, cable-free experience revealed on stage, but once I paced the surface of Mars and poked holographic sheep I was convinced that Microsoft's vision of augmented reality would be the ideal way to interact with, well, everything. Tonight I got a second taste of HoloLens. This time, instead of walking through canned demonstrations I put on my developer beanie and built a holographic experience of my own -- with a lot of pre-written code and some guidance from a proper software developer, of course.

Google: "Goggles Does NOT Do Face Recognition" The big news out of Hot Chips on Monday was Google's promise to have its Goggles visual search app ready for the iPhoneby the end of 2010. Google Goggles project lead David Petrous also provided the inside scoop into how Goggles deciphers your images in the cloud. But the most interesting takeaway from Petrous' talk was his repeated insistence that Google Goggles does not do facial recognition—interspersed by a long tutorial on how well it would work if it did. Augmenting your reality Augmented reality is a step toward intuitive search, like having an insightful personal assistant following your every move, answering not just "what am I looking at?" but intuiting exactly what you want to know about it and why. For a machine, contextualizing and anticipating what you actually want is pretty difficult.

The Best 9 Free Websites That Offer Free eBooks for Teachers Education nowadays is talking digital and probably by the year 2020 most of the schools in the US and Canada will have already embraced digital textbooks. Digital learning is gaining ground day after day and the sooner we embrace it the better. There are several ways teachers can benifit from this digital boom in education. One of them is digital reading. This is a kind of reading that is completely free of any charge and can take place anywhere, anytime. I am talking about a set of great websites that provide free ebooks for all kinds of learners and covering a plethora of different subject areas from literature and arts to science and technology.

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La Fabrique du Commun The “Shared Factory” is a framework inspired by the desire to allow different practices and different cultural workers (artists, theoreticians, but also the audience) to meet, by means of a format that encourages this exchange : not a conference, not a tribune or a speech in front of a passive audience, not an artist’s talk, but an open and horizontal space where the different languages and sensitivities can really meet, exchange, and nourish each other. {*style:<i> </i>*} {*style:<i>Gathered around tables of 4 or 5, the participants are encouraged to share and exchange knowledge sparked by a first inaugurating question, formulated according to the essential issues and themes proposed by the host structure. A microphone is placed at the centre of each table, and the voices are transmitted (via headphones) to the kom.post team, who become the vector of the global content by projecting successive layers of transcribed speech onto a screen which follows the development of the discussions.

Windows Holographic A depiction of a Microsoft HoloLens user navigating Windows Holographic, with an application window on the left, and the Holographic Start menu on the right. Microsoft announced Windows Holographic at its "Windows 10: The Next Chapter" press event on January 21, 2015.[7] It is set to be introduced as part of the general rollout of Windows 10, and showcased in the smart glasses headset Microsoft HoloLens. The Windows 10 launch begins in summer 2015 with release of the PC version, with HoloLens to be released sometime after.[8]

Nerd, Dork, Geek, Dweeb: What’s the Difference? Great White Snark provides a totally necessary and welcome diagram (h/t Rebecca Hersh). Since I prefer intelligence overall, think obsession has good, secondary value and find little to be recommended in social ineptitude but will accept it if required to support the first two, here’s the preference hierarchy, as I see it: Geek,Nerd,Dweeb,Dork.

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PXE Server for Windows - Serva Serva is an Automated PXE Server Solution Accelerator based on an all-in-one portable multi-server engine HTTP server FTP server TFTP server TFTP client DHCP server proxyDHCP server 1 BINL server 2 DNS server SNTP server SYSLOG server 1- PXE DHCP service that does not require altering your current DHCP server. 2- Microsoft WAIK/ADK independent RIS and WDS alternative. Serva is a light (~3 MB), yet powerful Microsoft Windows application. It was conceived mainly as an Automated PXE Server Solution Accelerator.

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