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  • EXCLUSIVE: Ghislaine Maxwell STAGED In-N-Out photo in Los Angeles with her close friend and attorney, using confidante's dog Dexter in the snapshot http://ow.ly/EH3230pnRqA
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  • Destination Linux | Episode 134 - "Xfce 4.14, Ubuntu Snaps, LibreOffice, Linux Journal, NVidia, Huawei, FFmpeg."

    Xfce 4.14 desktop released... LibreOffice 6.3 released... Phoronix benchmarks of AMD RX5700 graphics card... Huawei releases a new OpenSource OS.

    Canonical’s (Ubuntu) Martin Wimpress discusses Snaps (a universal Linux packaging solution)...

    LINUX FIRST iniative pushing Bearded Giant game of "SpaceMercs" released +much more!

    ==> https://destinationlinux.org/episode-134/
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    #Xfce #Ubuntu #snaps #LibreOffice #Huawei #AMD #BeardedGiant #SpaceMercs #gaming #HarmonyOS #LinuxFirst #Phoronix #Canonical
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  • Destination Linux | Episode 134 - "Xfce 4.14, Ubuntu Snaps, LibreOffice, Linux Journal, NVidia, Huawei, FFmpeg."

    Xfce 4.14 desktop released... LibreOffice 6.3 released... Phoronix benchmarks of AMD RX5700 graphics card... Huawei releases a new OpenSource OS.

    Canonical’s (Ubuntu) Martin Wimpress discusses Snaps (a universal Linux packaging solution)...

    LINUX FIRST iniative pushing Bearded Giant game of "SpaceMercs" released +much more!

    ==> https://destinationlinux.org/episode-134/
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    #Xfce #Ubuntu #snaps #LibreOffice #Huawei #AMD #BeardedGiant #SpaceMercs #gaming #HarmonyOS #LinuxFirst #Phoronix #Canonical
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  • Canonical: experimental ZFS for the Linux Ubuntu 19.10 desktop!

    The benefits are pretty important running ZFS filesystem on server.

    Some benefits include:

    1. Snapshots. This means the computer can be configured to record what the file system looked like at a specific moment in time and if it changes (a bad update or deleted file) the changes can be restored. It’s like a built in super fast back up system.

    2. Compression. ZFS supports compressing of data at rest, which means data takes up less space on the drive than it would otherwise.

    3. ZFS has advanced features; copy on write and checksumming that provides support to prevent data rot. With every file checksummed the file system prevents a file from being corrupted due to low use and copy on write means any time a file is edited it is copied in whole to a new block on the drive which allows a form of defragmentation and protection from files being corrupted.

    ZFS also supports more advanced features that allow using fast drive types, SSD / NVME to cache data to make a large spinning disc more performant.

    ==> https://ubuntu.com/blog/enhancing-our-zfs-support-on-ubuntu-19-10-an-introduction
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    Enhancing our ZFS support on Ubuntu 19.10 – an introduction | Ubuntu
    Ubuntu has supported ZFS as an option for some time. We started with a file-based ZFS pool on Ubuntu 15.10, then delivered it as a FS container in 16.04, and  recommended it for the fastest and most reliable container experience on LXD. We have also created some dedicated tutorials for users who want to become […]
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  • Canonical: experimental ZFS for the Linux Ubuntu 19.10 desktop!

    The benefits are pretty important running ZFS filesystem on server.

    Some benefits include:

    1. Snapshots. This means the computer can be configured to record what the file system looked like at a specific moment in time and if it changes (a bad update or deleted file) the changes can be restored. It’s like a built in super fast back up system.

    2. Compression. ZFS supports compressing of data at rest, which means data takes up less space on the drive than it would otherwise.

    3. ZFS has advanced features; copy on write and checksumming that provides support to prevent data rot. With every file checksummed the file system prevents a file from being corrupted due to low use and copy on write means any time a file is edited it is copied in whole to a new block on the drive which allows a form of defragmentation and protection from files being corrupted.

    ZFS also supports more advanced features that allow using fast drive types, SSD / NVME to cache data to make a large spinning disc more performant.

    ==> https://ubuntu.com/blog/enhancing-our-zfs-support-on-ubuntu-19-10-an-introduction
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    Enhancing our ZFS support on Ubuntu 19.10 – an introduction | Ubuntu
    Ubuntu has supported ZFS as an option for some time. We started with a file-based ZFS pool on Ubuntu 15.10, then delivered it as a FS container in 16.04, and  recommended it for the fastest and most reliable container experience on LXD. We have also created some dedicated tutorials for users who want to become […]
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  • This I Believe is a very good picture or Screenshot from Google Earth Pro of a Giant in Montana I took a Snapshot of this last week!!!
    Please comment if you see the same thing I do!
    I appreciate everyone's time and comments on my Photos Of This Amazing Detailed Giants Head Found By Myself In Montana Along With Many Other Giant Men Women And Children, Animals, As Well As Strange Unknown Creatures!!!!
    Thanks everybody and I hope you all enjoy my new photo of the Giants Of Old From The Last Great Flood!!!!
    I Will Be Showing Many Many More Giants As Soon As I Can,
    Thanks Everyone, I Appreciate Your Time And Please Enjoy!!!!

    Photo Taken On Google Earth Pro! By: Ryan Wehner
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  • Mars3D – “CURLIQUE” in 3D Stereo

    Original: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/181619/snapshots/528864

    Found in Neville Thompson’s MSL 901 M-100 PDS Gigapan

    Seriously? Lying a couple feet from Curiosity in plain sight is something that shouldn’t be there: small, perfectly-shaped and most definitely NOT natural.

    Zooming in, we find a flawless “curlique”, perhaps of metal and curling up from a base that looks like twisted and deformed metal. Part of an ancient machine? Why is it so rigidly symmetrical?

    Naysayers will instantly aver that it’s “part of the rover that fell off”. Yeah. Right. For as many times as that old saw has been invoked, there should be virtually nothing left of poor old Curiosity!

    Sometimes the smallest things are the biggest proof.
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    Free-viewing” in 3D is easy! See attached tutorial images.
    Just can’t do it? Simply PM "Glasses" to David Gannett for a free, no-obligation pair of anaglyph glasses.

    (Note to fellow anomalists: There is ALWAYS overlap in the discovery and presentation of anomalies. If you have previously presented today’s find, we encourage you to include your version here in the comment section of this post, as we all benefit from seeing individual approaches to extraction, processing and presentation. While the majority of Mars3D’s finds are original, we also occasionally present classic finds for the first time in 3D and will always give credit if known, and let you know that it is a “classic” or previously-presented find. Thank you – Mars3D.)
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  • Mars3D – “QUETZAL” in 3D Stereo

    Original: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/173104/snapshots/598431

    Found in Neville Thompson’s MSL 748 M-100 Gigapan

    Yet again, one of Nev-T’s gigapan is overflowing with compelling oddities.

    Our master view focuses on the right-hand side of the g-pan near the bottom. If you examine the area, it’s clear that these are building remnants including floors, balustrades, collapsed ceilings and more.

    But our interest lies in the knobbed object lying atop a flat, square piece of stone.

    When I zoomed in, the first thought that popped into my mind was “Quetzalcoatl”, the feathered serpent of the Aztecs, ubiquitous in ancient Meso-American religious architecture.

    Look at that snake head! Look at the lavish carving, the polished “spine” that runs down the side and even glints in the late-afternoon sun. The entire object lies on a flat stone and has a wall or balustrade extending dead-straight into the background.

    And what about that item at the upper left? A buried statue perhaps?

    While NASA insists we have overheated imaginations characterized by pareidolia and flights of fancy, we continue to find objects that are clearly manufactured and available for inspection by the average person.

    So who are you going to believe? NASA or your own cursed eyes?
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    Free-viewing” in 3D is easy! See attached tutorial images.
    Just can’t do it? Simply PM "Glasses" to David Gannett for a free, no-obligation pair of anaglyph glasses.

    (Note to fellow anomalists: There is ALWAYS overlap in the discovery and presentation of anomalies. If you have previously presented today’s find, we encourage you to include your version here in the comment section of this post, as we all benefit from seeing individual approaches to extraction, processing and presentation. While the majority of Mars3D’s finds are original, we also occasionally present classic finds for the first time in 3D and will always give credit if known, and let you know that it is a “classic” or previously-presented find. Thank you – Mars3D.)
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