Just spent a few days with a new client at the University of Queensland getting to know the project and how they do things. They appear to do everything right. Everything. I've hardly started on the project and I'm already wondering how to get the contract extended.
So... It looks like G+ is going away. :/
From the post:
Finding 1: There are significant challenges in creating and maintaining a successful Google+ product that meets consumers’ expectations.
Action 1: We are shutting down Google+ for consumers.
To give people a full opportunity to transition, we will implement this wind-down over a 10-month period, slated for completion by the end of next August.
It looks like the WHO need to be renamed. For the first time the IDC is including "traditional" medicine. Lets ignore the annoying fact that the claimed mechanisms for most of these things are literally disproven.
There is a sliver of hope though. While the IDC has been prepared it has not yet been adopted by the World Health Assembly. This happens next year. There is still a small chance that the Assembly may come back with a "wait... what?" response.
In addition players will be able to research new technology with the help of high-level engineers at the evolving fringe settlements of Colonia. "That's a place that's very special to lots of people," says Woods. "I know you guys have done a lot of really interesting things out there, and we've tried to support you where we can."
- Elite: Dangerous free update adds new ships, weapons and space mysteries today
- Tom Senior (PCGamer)
Back from Colonia.
I've heard of the Guardian sites and have been out to a few to check them out. Getting ambushed by that first automated sentinel was mildly nerve racking. This may have been a highly advanced civilisation but their combat AI just isn't up to the task. They're reasonably easy to deal to with the standard loadout on an SRV.
I found a few Guardian Tech brokers near Vargerson and purchased access to the Guardian FSD booster and a few weapons.
I work for Catalyst IT. A company that has built its reputation on Free/Libre Open Source Software.
Today is the second Catathon. A day where everyone, company wide, gets to take a day off at work and do anything they like. Literally anything.