Deja Vu (this link)
Ever left your lights on you car and returned to it with the battery flat?
If only you had had this kind-hearted person there to help you out with a set of jump leads and interactions on how to use them.
A law student at the University of Alberta in Canada came back to his car to find this note on the dashboard along with jump leads and a battery charger.
Derek Murray wrote on Facebook of his gratitude: ‘This guy saved my day from being ruined.
‘Faith in humanity increased a couple notches.’
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The note read as follows (excluding the instructions):…
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Ludovico Einaudi using two iPads to play I Giorni.
Hello Bank advert, the Czech National Symphony Orchestra play the Overture from Carmen using only mobile phones and tablets.
I have started posting up my builds of Docker.io. They are unofficial, and unsupported by the community, pending official support and code release supporting 32-bit architectures.
I have setup my system to auto-build every week and post to this shared directory. There’s a readme in the shared folder.
Some changes to the Docker.io code has caused the build script to fail, this was down to the code now using btrfs to build a driver. It has taken me a while to figure out how to fix that error message, but the script now works. You have to add this chunk of code anywhere before the main docker build
git clone git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/kdave/btrfs-progs.git mv btrfs-progs btrfs #Needed to include into Docker code export PATH=$PATH:$(pwd) cd btrfs make || (echo "btrfs compile failed" && exit 1) export C_INCLUDE_PATH=$C_INCLUDE_PATH:$(pwd) #Might not be needed export CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH=$CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH:$(pwd) #Might not be needed echo PATH: $PATH cd ..
This map contains 136 bottoms (Picture: SPGHQ.com)
A new map catalogues Britain’s weirdest and rudest place names – and it makes you wonder what on Earth has been going on in this nation for the past few thousand years.
What happened at Three Cocks, for instance? Why is there a place simply called ‘The Bastard?’
And why are we so obsessed with bottoms? There are 136 places called Bottom, from Bushy Bottom, to Great Bottom, to Burnt Bottom, to the frankly unspeakable Pound Bottom.
Let’s not dwell on the fact that last one is uncomfortably close to Sandy Balls.
The Marvellous Map of Great British Place Names is £22 and published by Strumpshaw, Tincleton & Giggleswick.
There are 136 ‘bottoms’ to be found in the map of England (Picture: stghq.com)
In Western Scotland, they really are having a laugh (below).
Just try and convince us they weren’t giggling when they named ‘The Cock…
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