Data vs

Data vs. Statistics What is the difference between Data and Statistics? In regular conversation, both words are often used interchangeably. In the world of libraries, academia, and research there is an important distinction between data and statistics. Data is the raw information from which statistics are created. In Latin, data is the plural of datum and, historically and in specialized scientific fields , it is also treated as a plural in English, taking a plural verb, as in the data were collected and ... Data Story. From Data to Viz provides a decision tree based on input data format. This tree leads to twenty formats representing the most common dataset types. For each, an example of analysis based on real-life data is provided using the R programming language. What is Big Data? Big Data refers to humongous volumes of data that cannot be processed effectively with the traditional applications that exist. The processing of Big Data begins with the raw data that isn’t aggregated and is most often impossible to store in the memory of a single computer. ‘Data Is’ vs. ‘Data Are’ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter. Politics Sports Science Podcasts Video ABC News Mar. 17, 2014, at 1:20 PM ‘Data Is’ vs. ‘Data Are’ By ... The view that the singular data is incorrect still holds sway over some copyeditors, which is why, as these examples show, the word continues to appear both ways in mainstream 21st-century newswriting:. Japan Economic Data Worsen [Wall Street Journal][B]y the time the data is published, copycat investors would have made an annualised loss of almost 10 per cent. Data and information are interrelated. Data usually refers to raw data, or unprocessed data. It is the basic form of data, data that hasn’t been analyzed or processed in any manner. Once the data is analyzed, it is considered as information. Information is 'knowledge communicated or received concerning a particular fact or circumstance.' Data management is the process of ingesting, storing, organizing and maintaining the data created and collected by an organization. Effective data management is a crucial piece of deploying the IT systems that run business applications and provide analytical information to help drive operational decision-making and strategic planning by corporate executives, business managers and other end users. The general consensus of the day is that there are specific attributes that define big data. In most big data circles, these are called the four V’s: volume, variety, velocity, and veracity. (You might consider a fifth V, value.) Volume The main characteristic that makes data “big” is the sheer volume. It makes no sense […] Data vs. Information. Diffen › English Language › Grammar › Words. There is a subtle difference between data and information. Data are the facts or details from which information is derived. Individual pieces of data are rarely useful alone. For data to become information, data needs to be put into context. ...

Who Would Win?

2010.10.14 19:03 FatKidNoFriends Who Would Win?

If you love to imagine the planet-exploding battles of the fictional gods who will never be, taking pointless knowledge gathered from a life spent reading and gaming and swinging it like a gladiator's sword in discussions on reddit... then welcome home, my friend. You are indeed where you belong. Come join our discussions, post your own battles and kick some ass!
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2011.05.17 22:03 Bulls729 The Un-official subreddit of the Un-carrier

Welcome to the subreddit of the best wireless carrier in the industry! T-Mobile is the second largest wireless carrier in the U.S. offering affordable plans, the fastest network in America, no contract, and no overages. This is the place to discuss everything magenta!
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2010.11.01 21:01 cruffenach iOS Programming

A subreddit to share articles, code samples, open source projects and anything else related to iOS, macOS, watchOS, or tvOS development. Swift or Objective-C.
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2020.09.26 00:44 SeaIndependent2101 Recycle View distorts custom widget

Scrollview vs RecycleView
I have created a custom widget/card and I want to display list of cards using recycle view. The problem is when scrolling through RV, the widget distorts, the size of the widget is inconsistent and they overlap.
.Adding cards to Scrollview+Grid works perfectly, but Widget management will be cumbersome
I want to use RV because I will be pulling a lot of data from database and RV is more efficient that Scrollview+Grid.
Please Help!!
you can find the code here

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2020.09.26 00:39 greengaragenyc UDP recieve too slow

Hey guys, this sub has been super helpful in the past.

I have a UDP send function that sends data via loop back to a client. It seems that the receive client is too slow grabbing the data. When transmitting a 78Mb file, the write thread obviously finishes sooner than the read thread, the read thread initially only get 90% of the data incoming, but after the adapter "warms up" or quite possible turbo boost kicks in, running the same test results in 99% data retention.
Is there anyway to speed up the UDPClient .Recieve() function? I'm not storing the data just counting bytes in vs bytes out. Having the last(or initial) few packets drop is frustrating :(

Even setting a breakpoint half way through transmission i get about a 5MB difference in bytes sent vs bytes read.

Any advice? Thank you!
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2020.09.25 23:54 mrbubbamac Who are the REAL Main characters of Resident Evil. Let's find out!

So I made a comment in a different thread and it made me want to do an entire post like this. We often see people clamoring for certain characters who are oveunder represented in RE games (I tell ya if I hear "Revelations 3 starring Sheva" one more time...), so let's find out how many times our fan favorites actually appear (or don't!) in the franchise!
I am counting every game a character is simply PLAYABLE in besides the mobile phone games. I kept the remakes separate but consolidated re-releases of the same game (so no extra points for Deadly Silence, or Code Veronica X vs Code Veronica, though if someone appears in a specific version of a title I will list it). I have never played Operation Raccoon City but I remember a number of characters released for multiplayer so I could be off there, and I have never played Umbrella Corps so I don't have any data from that game.
Chris Redfield: 12 games - RE1, RE1 Remake, RE2 Dual Shock Edition Extreme Battle Mode, RE: CV, RE5, Umbrella Chronicles, Darkside Chronicles, RE Revelations, RE6, RE Mercenaries 3D, Rev2 Raid Mode, RE7: Not a Hero
Jill Valentine: 10 games - RE1, RE1 Remake, RE3, RE3 Remake, RE5 (DLC and Mercenaries), Umbrella Chronicles, Revelations, Rev2 Raid Mode, Mercenaries 3D, Operation Raccoon City
Leon Kennedy: 8 games - RE2, RE2 Remake, RE4, Darkside Chronicles, RE6, Operation Raccoon City, RE Gaiden, Revelations 2
Claire Redfield: 7 games - RE2, RE2 Remake, RE: CV, RE Darkside Chronicles, Mercenaries 3D, Operation Raccoon City, Revelations 2
HUNK: 7 games - RE2, RE2 Remake, RE4 Mercenaries, RE Mercenaries 3D, Operation Raccoon City, Revelations Raid Mode, Revelations 2 Raid Mode
Albert Wesker: 7 games - RE: CVX Battle Mode, RE: Deadly Silence Multiplayer, RE4 Mercenaries, RE5 Mercenaries, Revelations 2 Raid Mode, RE0 HD Remaster Wesker Mode, RE Umbrella Chronicles
Ada Wong: 6 games -RE2, RE2 Remake, RE4 Bonus Modes, RE6, RE Umbrella Chronicles, Operation Raccoon City
Rebecca Chambers: 6 games - RE0, RE1, RE1 Remake (she is in fact PLAYABLE during Chris's campaign!), RE5 Mercenaries, RE Mercenaries 3D, RE Umbrella Chronicles
Barry Burton: 4 games - RE Gaiden, RE5 Mercenaries , RE Mercenaries 3D, Revelations 2
Carlos Oliveira: 3 games - RE3, RE3 Remake, RE Umbrella Chronicles
Sherry Birkin: 3 games - RE2, RE2 Remake, RE6
Jack Krauser: 3 games - RE4 Mercenaries, Mercenaries 3D, RE Darkside Chronicles
Billy Coen : 2 games- RE0, RE Umbrella Chronicles
Steve Burnside: 2 games - RE CV, RE Darkside Chronicles
Ethan Winters: 2 games - RE7, RE8
And lastly, honorable mention to all our characters who only ever got one game they were playable in. I will list the character rather than the game for brevity:
Moira Burton, Natalya Ivanova, Parker Luciani, Jessica Sherawat, Ark Thompson, Bruce McGivern, Sheva Alomar, Josh Stone, Fong Ling, Jake Mueller, Piers Nivans (and he's likely to stay at one game if you know what I mean), plus a handful of bonus characters/extra game modes that I don't feel like listing out. Oh and if you are a fan of the Outbreak characters, well they all appear in exactly 2 games, so there you go.
Chris and Jill are the definitive stars of Resident Evil, with Leon, Claire, Hunk, and Wesker backing them up! I am sure I missed some games/characters, I was going off 100% from memory but feel free to comment with any mistakes/additions!
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2020.09.25 23:52 spacej3di Top Stories - Friday, Sept. 25, 2020

Most sectors higher with tech, healthcare among the leaders:
August durable goods orders missed though revisions and capital goods orders more positive:
Democrats working on another stimulus bill but no signs a deal with Republicans is imminent:
High-frequency indicators suggest recovery stalling:
Novavax's late-stage trial in UK caps busy week of coronavirus vaccine headlines:
Big outflows from risk assets:
Popular trades hit as inflation expectations get dialed back:
Swing-state polls tightening into first debate:
Fed's Brainard seen at top of Biden's Treasury Secretary list:
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2020.09.25 23:42 Emiliortg Data transfer vs internal data Rate vs interface

I was looking specifications of a hard drive and I saw some concepts that I don't know how to differenciate..
  1. Interface SATA 6Gb/s (750 MBps)
  2. Data Transfer Rate 600 MBps
  3. Internal Data Rate 145 MBps
what's the difference between them ?

this is the link of the HDD specs
https://www.cnet.com/products/samsung-spinpoint-m8-st500lm012-hard-drive-500-gb-sata-6gb-s/
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2020.09.25 23:41 TylerLivingston Problems with OptiPlex 7060 opencore 0.6.1

Hi, I've been trying to hackintosh a dell OptiPlex 7060, can someone look at these debug files and tell me where i'm going wrong?
00:000 00:000 OC: OpenCore DBG-061-2020-09-07 is loading in Optional mode (0/0)... 00:014 00:014 OC: Boot timestamp - 2020.09.25 21:30:40 00:029 00:014 OCCPU: MP services threads 12 (enabled 12) - Success 00:084 00:055 OCCPU: MP services Pkg 1 Cores 6 Threads 2 - Success 00:099 00:014 OCCPU: Found Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8700 CPU @ 3.20GHz 00:113 00:014 OCCPU: Signature 906EA Stepping A Model 9E Family 6 Type 0 ExtModel 9 ExtFamily 0 uCode 96 00:129 00:015 OCCPU: EIST CFG Lock 1 00:143 00:014 OCCPU: Ratio Min 8 Max 32 Current 32 Turbo 46 45 44 43 00:158 00:014 OCCPU: TSC Adjust 0 00:174 00:015 OCCPU: Known Model Core Crystal Clock Frequency 24000000Hz 00:188 00:014 OCCPU: CPUFrequencyFromART 3192000000Hz 3192MHz = 24000000 * 266 / 2 00:203 00:014 OCCPU: Timer address is 0 from Unknown INTEL 00:223 00:019 OCCPU: Detected Apple Processor Type: 07 -> 0709 00:237 00:014 OCCPU: CPUFrequencyFromTSC 0Hz 0MHz 00:252 00:014 OCCPU: CPUFrequency 3192000000Hz 3192MHz 00:267 00:015 OCCPU: FSBFrequency 99750000Hz 99MHz 00:282 00:014 OCCPU: Pkg 1 Cores 6 Threads 12 00:297 00:014 OC: OcLoadNvramSupport... 00:313 00:015 OC: Not deleting NVRAM 4D1EDE05-38C7-4A6A-9CC6-4BCCA8B38C14:UIScale, matches add 00:328 00:014 OC: Deleting NVRAM 4D1EDE05-38C7-4A6A-9CC6-4BCCA8B38C14:DefaultBackgroundColor - Not Found 00:342 00:014 OC: Not deleting NVRAM 7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82:boot-args, matches add 00:362 00:019 OC: Not deleting NVRAM 7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82:SystemAudioVolume, matches add 00:377 00:015 OC: Not deleting NVRAM 7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82:csr-active-config, matches add 00:393 00:015 OC: Not deleting NVRAM 7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82:prev-lang:kbd, matches add 00:473 00:080 OC: Setting NVRAM 4D1EDE05-38C7-4A6A-9CC6-4BCCA8B38C14:DefaultBackgroundColor - Success 00:488 00:014 OC: Setting NVRAM 4D1EDE05-38C7-4A6A-9CC6-4BCCA8B38C14:UIScale - ignored, exists 00:504 00:015 OC: Setting NVRAM 4D1FDA02-38C7-4A6A-9CC6-4BCCA8B30102:rtc-blacklist - Not Found 00:519 00:015 OC: Setting NVRAM 7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82:SystemAudioVolume - ignored, exists 00:534 00:014 OC: Setting NVRAM 7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82:boot-args - ignored, exists 00:550 00:015 OC: Setting NVRAM 7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82:run-efi-updater - ignored, exists 00:569 00:019 OC: Setting NVRAM 7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82:csr-active-config - ignored, exists 00:584 00:014 OC: Setting NVRAM 7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82:prev-lang:kbd - ignored, exists 00:599 00:014 OC: Current version is DBG-061-2020-09-07 00:615 00:016 OC: OcMiscMiddleInit... 00:630 00:015 OC: LoadHandle 72A12D98 with BootProtect in Bootstrap mode - Success 00:645 00:014 OCB: Missing FW NVRAM, going on... 00:661 00:015 OCB: Have existing option 1, valid 1 00:676 00:014 OCB: Have existing order of size 6 - Buffer Too Small 00:690 00:014 OCB: Boot order has first option as the default option 00:709 00:018 OC: OcLoadUefiSupport... 00:725 00:016 OCRTC: Wake log is 0x00 0x00 0 0x00 00:759 00:033 OC: Loading Apple Secure Boot with Default (level 1) 00:777 00:017 OCII: AIFTimerBoostInit Current timer is 10000 00:792 00:015 OCII: gST->ConIn 7699D388 vs found 7699D388 00:807 00:014 OCABC: RTDFRG 1 DEVMMIO 1 NOSU 0 NOVRWR 0 NOSB 0 NOHBMAP 0 SMSLIDE 1 WRUNPROT 0 00:822 00:014 OCABC: FEXITBS 0 PRMRG 0 CSLIDE 1 MSLIDE 0 PRSRV 1 RBMAP 1 VMAP 1 APPLOS 0 RTPERMS 1 00:838 00:015 OCABC: Firmware has 8248651 free pages (398667 in lower 4 GB) 00:853 00:014 OCABC: Awaiting rendezvous with OpenRuntime r11 00:867 00:014 OC: RBVR 1 DDBR 1 00:884 00:016 OC: Got 2 drivers 00:903 00:018 OC: Driver HfsPlus.efi at 0 is being loaded... 00:926 00:023 OCB: Arch filtering 0(37892)->74C49018(37892) caps 4 - Success 00:941 00:015 OCABC: Recovering trashed GetMemoryMap pointer 00:955 00:014 OC: Driver HfsPlus.efi at 0 is successfully loaded! 00:969 00:014 OC: Driver HfsPlus.efi at 0 needs connection. 00:984 00:014 OC: Driver OpenRuntime.efi at 1 is being loaded... 00:997 00:013 OCB: Arch filtering 0(36868)->74C49018(36868) caps 4 - Success 01:012 00:014 OCABC: Recovering trashed GetMemoryMap pointer 01:026 00:014 OCABC: Got rendezvous with OpenRuntime r11 01:044 00:017 OCABC: MAT support is 1 01:058 00:014 OC: Driver OpenRuntime.efi at 1 is successfully loaded! 01:072 00:013 OC: Connecting drivers... 01:166 00:094 OC: Connecting drivers done... 01:186 00:020 OCJS: PartitionInfo is Not Found 01:200 00:014 OCC: Installing GOP (Unsupported) on ConsoleOutHandle... 01:214 00:013 OC: Requested resolution is [email protected] (max: 1) from Max 01:228 00:014 OCC: Requesting [email protected] (max: 1) resolution, curr 0, total 4 01:242 00:013 OCC: Mode 0 - 1360x768:1 01:256 00:013 OCC: Mode 1 - 640x480:1 01:273 00:017 OCC: Mode 2 - 800x600:1 01:287 00:013 OCC: Mode 3 - 1024x768:1 01:301 00:013 OCC: Current mode matches desired mode 0 01:315 00:014 OC: Changed resolution to [email protected] (max: 1) from Max - Already started 01:329 00:014 OCC: Using builtin text renderer with 1 scale 01:343 00:013 OCC: Install console control (7647A258/0/0), current - Success 01:357 00:013 OCC: Setup ASCII Output - Success 01:371 00:013 OC: Requested console mode is 0x0 (max: 0) from 01:385 00:013 OC: Requested not to use audio 01:403 00:018 OC: OcLoadAcpiSupport... 01:417 00:013 OCA: Found 20 ACPI tables 01:430 00:013 OCA: Detected table 50434146 (0020202033584243) at 79BF2900 of 276 bytes at index 0 01:444 00:014 OCA: Detected table 43495041 (0020202033584243) at 79BF2A18 of 244 bytes at index 1 01:458 00:014 OCA: Detected table 54445046 (0020202033584243) at 79BF2B10 of 68 bytes at index 2 01:472 00:013 OCA: Detected table 54444946 (0020202033584243) at 79BF2B58 of 156 bytes at index 3 01:486 00:014 OCA: Detected table 4746434D (0020202033584243) at 79BF2BF8 of 60 bytes at index 4 01:500 00:013 OCA: Detected table 54445353 (0074647353757043) at 79BF2C38 of 6101 bytes at index 5 01:514 00:013 OCA: Detected table 54445353 (0020746473536153) at 79BF4410 of 12744 bytes at index 6 01:531 00:017 OCA: Detected table 54455048 (0020202033584243) at 79BF75D8 of 56 bytes at index 7 01:546 00:014 OCA: Detected table 54445353 (7076525F72656854) at 79BF7610 of 3714 bytes at index 8 01:560 00:013 OCA: Detected table 54445353 (4646535F4C4C4544) at 79BF8498 of 2682 bytes at index 9 01:574 00:014 OCA: Detected table 49464555 (0020202033584243) at 79BF8F18 of 72 bytes at index 10 01:588 00:013 OCA: Detected table 5449504C (0020202033584243) at 79BF8F60 of 92 bytes at index 11 01:601 00:013 OCA: Detected table 54445353 (6376654464697450) at 79BF8FC0 of 10206 bytes at index 12 01:615 00:013 OCA: Detected table 54445353 (4365707954746254) at 79BFB7A0 of 4094 bytes at index 13 01:630 00:014 OCA: Detected table 50474244 (0020202033584243) at 79BFC7A0 of 52 bytes at index 14 01:643 00:013 OCA: Detected table 32474244 (0020202033584243) at 79BFC7D8 of 84 bytes at index 15 01:661 00:017 OCA: Detected table 4D44534D (0020202033584243) at 79BFC830 of 85 bytes at index 16 01:676 00:014 OCA: Detected table 43494C53 (0020202033584243) at 79BFC888 of 374 bytes at index 17 01:689 00:013 OCA: Detected table 54524742 (0000000000000000) at 79BFCA00 of 56 bytes at index 18 01:703 00:014 OCA: Detected table 21465341 (0020202033584243) at 79BFCA38 of 160 bytes at index 19 01:717 00:013 OCA: Applying 5 byte ACPI patch skip 0, count 0 01:731 00:013 OCA: Patching DSDT of 272129 bytes with 0000000000000000 ID replaced 1 of 0 01:745 00:014 OCA: Refreshed DSDT checksum to 07 01:759 00:013 OCA: Patching 50434146 (0020202033584243, 276) with 0020202033584243 ID at 0 replaced 0 of 0 01:772 00:013 OCA: Patching 43495041 (0020202033584243, 244) with 0020202033584243 ID at 1 replaced 0 of 0 01:790 00:017 OCA: Patching 54445046 (0020202033584243, 68) with 0020202033584243 ID at 2 replaced 0 of 0 01:804 00:013 OCA: Patching 54444946 (0020202033584243, 156) with 0020202033584243 ID at 3 replaced 0 of 0 01:817 00:013 OCA: Patching 4746434D (0020202033584243, 60) with 0020202033584243 ID at 4 replaced 0 of 0 01:831 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (0074647353757043, 6101) with 0074647353757043 ID at 5 replaced 0 of 0 01:845 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (0020746473536153, 12744) with 0020746473536153 ID at 6 replaced 0 of 0 01:858 00:013 OCA: Patching 54455048 (0020202033584243, 56) with 0020202033584243 ID at 7 replaced 0 of 0 01:872 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (7076525F72656854, 3714) with 7076525F72656854 ID at 8 replaced 0 of 0 01:886 00:014 OCA: Patching 54445353 (4646535F4C4C4544, 2682) with 4646535F4C4C4544 ID at 9 replaced 0 of 0 01:899 00:013 OCA: Patching 49464555 (0020202033584243, 72) with 0020202033584243 ID at 10 replaced 0 of 0 01:917 00:017 OCA: Patching 5449504C (0020202033584243, 92) with 0020202033584243 ID at 11 replaced 0 of 0 01:931 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (6376654464697450, 10206) with 6376654464697450 ID at 12 replaced 0 of 0 01:944 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (4365707954746254, 4094) with 4365707954746254 ID at 13 replaced 0 of 0 01:958 00:014 OCA: Patching 50474244 (0020202033584243, 52) with 0020202033584243 ID at 14 replaced 0 of 0 01:973 00:014 OCA: Patching 32474244 (0020202033584243, 84) with 0020202033584243 ID at 15 replaced 0 of 0 01:986 00:013 OCA: Patching 4D44534D (0020202033584243, 85) with 0020202033584243 ID at 16 replaced 0 of 0 02:000 00:013 OCA: Patching 43494C53 (0020202033584243, 374) with 0020202033584243 ID at 17 replaced 0 of 0 02:014 00:014 OCA: Patching 54524742 (0000000000000000, 56) with 0000000000000000 ID at 18 replaced 0 of 0 02:027 00:013 OCA: Patching 21465341 (0020202033584243, 160) with 0020202033584243 ID at 19 replaced 0 of 0 02:041 00:013 OCA: Applying 5 byte ACPI patch skip 0, count 0 02:060 00:018 OCA: Patching DSDT of 272129 bytes with 0000000000000000 ID replaced 1 of 0 02:074 00:014 OCA: Refreshed DSDT checksum to 08 02:089 00:014 OCA: Patching 50434146 (0020202033584243, 276) with 0020202033584243 ID at 0 replaced 0 of 0 02:103 00:014 OCA: Patching 43495041 (0020202033584243, 244) with 0020202033584243 ID at 1 replaced 0 of 0 02:116 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445046 (0020202033584243, 68) with 0020202033584243 ID at 2 replaced 0 of 0 02:130 00:013 OCA: Patching 54444946 (0020202033584243, 156) with 0020202033584243 ID at 3 replaced 0 of 0 02:144 00:013 OCA: Patching 4746434D (0020202033584243, 60) with 0020202033584243 ID at 4 replaced 0 of 0 02:157 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (0074647353757043, 6101) with 0074647353757043 ID at 5 replaced 0 of 0 02:171 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (0020746473536153, 12744) with 0020746473536153 ID at 6 replaced 0 of 0 02:189 00:017 OCA: Patching 54455048 (0020202033584243, 56) with 0020202033584243 ID at 7 replaced 0 of 0 02:202 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (7076525F72656854, 3714) with 7076525F72656854 ID at 8 replaced 0 of 0 02:216 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (4646535F4C4C4544, 2682) with 4646535F4C4C4544 ID at 9 replaced 0 of 0 02:230 00:013 OCA: Patching 49464555 (0020202033584243, 72) with 0020202033584243 ID at 10 replaced 0 of 0 02:243 00:013 OCA: Patching 5449504C (0020202033584243, 92) with 0020202033584243 ID at 11 replaced 0 of 0 02:257 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (6376654464697450, 10206) with 6376654464697450 ID at 12 replaced 0 of 0 02:271 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (4365707954746254, 4094) with 4365707954746254 ID at 13 replaced 0 of 0 02:284 00:013 OCA: Patching 50474244 (0020202033584243, 52) with 0020202033584243 ID at 14 replaced 0 of 0 02:298 00:013 OCA: Patching 32474244 (0020202033584243, 84) with 0020202033584243 ID at 15 replaced 0 of 0 02:315 00:017 OCA: Patching 4D44534D (0020202033584243, 85) with 0020202033584243 ID at 16 replaced 0 of 0 02:328 00:013 OCA: Patching 43494C53 (0020202033584243, 374) with 0020202033584243 ID at 17 replaced 0 of 0 02:342 00:013 OCA: Patching 54524742 (0000000000000000, 56) with 0000000000000000 ID at 18 replaced 0 of 0 02:356 00:014 OCA: Patching 21465341 (0020202033584243, 160) with 0020202033584243 ID at 19 replaced 0 of 0 02:370 00:013 OCA: Applying 5 byte ACPI patch skip 0, count 0 02:385 00:014 OCA: Patching DSDT of 272129 bytes with 0000000000000000 ID replaced 1 of 0 02:399 00:014 OCA: Refreshed DSDT checksum to 09 02:412 00:013 OCA: Patching 50434146 (0020202033584243, 276) with 0020202033584243 ID at 0 replaced 0 of 0 02:426 00:013 OCA: Patching 43495041 (0020202033584243, 244) with 0020202033584243 ID at 1 replaced 0 of 0 02:444 00:018 OCA: Patching 54445046 (0020202033584243, 68) with 0020202033584243 ID at 2 replaced 0 of 0 02:457 00:013 OCA: Patching 54444946 (0020202033584243, 156) with 0020202033584243 ID at 3 replaced 0 of 0 02:471 00:013 OCA: Patching 4746434D (0020202033584243, 60) with 0020202033584243 ID at 4 replaced 0 of 0 02:486 00:014 OCA: Patching 54445353 (0074647353757043, 6101) with 0074647353757043 ID at 5 replaced 0 of 0 02:499 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (0020746473536153, 12744) with 0020746473536153 ID at 6 replaced 0 of 0 02:513 00:013 OCA: Patching 54455048 (0020202033584243, 56) with 0020202033584243 ID at 7 replaced 0 of 0 02:527 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (7076525F72656854, 3714) with 7076525F72656854 ID at 8 replaced 0 of 0 02:540 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (4646535F4C4C4544, 2682) with 4646535F4C4C4544 ID at 9 replaced 0 of 0 02:554 00:013 OCA: Patching 49464555 (0020202033584243, 72) with 0020202033584243 ID at 10 replaced 0 of 0 02:571 00:017 OCA: Patching 5449504C (0020202033584243, 92) with 0020202033584243 ID at 11 replaced 0 of 0 02:584 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (6376654464697450, 10206) with 6376654464697450 ID at 12 replaced 0 of 0 02:598 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (4365707954746254, 4094) with 4365707954746254 ID at 13 replaced 0 of 0 02:612 00:013 OCA: Patching 50474244 (0020202033584243, 52) with 0020202033584243 ID at 14 replaced 0 of 0 02:625 00:013 OCA: Patching 32474244 (0020202033584243, 84) with 0020202033584243 ID at 15 replaced 0 of 0 02:639 00:013 OCA: Patching 4D44534D (0020202033584243, 85) with 0020202033584243 ID at 16 replaced 0 of 0 02:653 00:014 OCA: Patching 43494C53 (0020202033584243, 374) with 0020202033584243 ID at 17 replaced 0 of 0 02:666 00:013 OCA: Patching 54524742 (0000000000000000, 56) with 0000000000000000 ID at 18 replaced 0 of 0 02:680 00:013 OCA: Patching 21465341 (0020202033584243, 160) with 0020202033584243 ID at 19 replaced 0 of 0 02:698 00:017 OCA: Applying 5 byte ACPI patch skip 0, count 0 02:712 00:014 OCA: Patching DSDT of 272129 bytes with 0000000000000000 ID replaced 0 of 0 02:726 00:013 OCA: Patching 50434146 (0020202033584243, 276) with 0020202033584243 ID at 0 replaced 0 of 0 02:740 00:014 OCA: Patching 43495041 (0020202033584243, 244) with 0020202033584243 ID at 1 replaced 0 of 0 02:753 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445046 (0020202033584243, 68) with 0020202033584243 ID at 2 replaced 0 of 0 02:767 00:013 OCA: Patching 54444946 (0020202033584243, 156) with 0020202033584243 ID at 3 replaced 0 of 0 02:781 00:013 OCA: Patching 4746434D (0020202033584243, 60) with 0020202033584243 ID at 4 replaced 0 of 0 02:794 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (0074647353757043, 6101) with 0074647353757043 ID at 5 replaced 0 of 0 02:807 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (0020746473536153, 12744) with 0020746473536153 ID at 6 replaced 0 of 0 02:825 00:017 OCA: Patching 54455048 (0020202033584243, 56) with 0020202033584243 ID at 7 replaced 0 of 0 02:839 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (7076525F72656854, 3714) with 7076525F72656854 ID at 8 replaced 0 of 0 02:852 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (4646535F4C4C4544, 2682) with 4646535F4C4C4544 ID at 9 replaced 0 of 0 02:867 00:014 OCA: Patching 49464555 (0020202033584243, 72) with 0020202033584243 ID at 10 replaced 0 of 0 02:880 00:013 OCA: Patching 5449504C (0020202033584243, 92) with 0020202033584243 ID at 11 replaced 0 of 0 02:895 00:015 OCA: Patching 54445353 (6376654464697450, 10206) with 6376654464697450 ID at 12 replaced 0 of 0 02:910 00:014 OCA: Patching 54445353 (4365707954746254, 4094) with 4365707954746254 ID at 13 replaced 0 of 0 02:923 00:013 OCA: Patching 50474244 (0020202033584243, 52) with 0020202033584243 ID at 14 replaced 0 of 0 02:937 00:014 OCA: Patching 32474244 (0020202033584243, 84) with 0020202033584243 ID at 15 replaced 0 of 0 02:955 00:017 OCA: Patching 4D44534D (0020202033584243, 85) with 0020202033584243 ID at 16 replaced 0 of 0 02:968 00:013 OCA: Patching 43494C53 (0020202033584243, 374) with 0020202033584243 ID at 17 replaced 0 of 0 02:982 00:013 OCA: Patching 54524742 (0000000000000000, 56) with 0000000000000000 ID at 18 replaced 0 of 0 02:996 00:014 OCA: Patching 21465341 (0020202033584243, 160) with 0020202033584243 ID at 19 replaced 0 of 0 03:009 00:013 OCA: Applying 5 byte ACPI patch skip 0, count 0 03:024 00:014 OCA: Patching DSDT of 272129 bytes with 0000000000000000 ID replaced 0 of 0 03:038 00:013 OCA: Patching 50434146 (0020202033584243, 276) with 0020202033584243 ID at 0 replaced 0 of 0 03:051 00:013 OCA: Patching 43495041 (0020202033584243, 244) with 0020202033584243 ID at 1 replaced 0 of 0 03:065 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445046 (0020202033584243, 68) with 0020202033584243 ID at 2 replaced 0 of 0 03:083 00:017 OCA: Patching 54444946 (0020202033584243, 156) with 0020202033584243 ID at 3 replaced 0 of 0 03:096 00:013 OCA: Patching 4746434D (0020202033584243, 60) with 0020202033584243 ID at 4 replaced 0 of 0 03:128 00:032 OCA: Patching 54445353 (0074647353757043, 6101) with 0074647353757043 ID at 5 replaced 0 of 0 03:141 00:012 OCA: Patching 54445353 (0020746473536153, 12744) with 0020746473536153 ID at 6 replaced 0 of 0 03:155 00:013 OCA: Patching 54455048 (0020202033584243, 56) with 0020202033584243 ID at 7 replaced 0 of 0 03:169 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (7076525F72656854, 3714) with 7076525F72656854 ID at 8 replaced 0 of 0 03:183 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (4646535F4C4C4544, 2682) with 4646535F4C4C4544 ID at 9 replaced 0 of 0 03:197 00:014 OCA: Patching 49464555 (0020202033584243, 72) with 0020202033584243 ID at 10 replaced 0 of 0 03:211 00:013 OCA: Patching 5449504C (0020202033584243, 92) with 0020202033584243 ID at 11 replaced 0 of 0 03:225 00:014 OCA: Patching 54445353 (6376654464697450, 10206) with 6376654464697450 ID at 12 replaced 0 of 0 03:239 00:014 OCA: Patching 54445353 (4365707954746254, 4094) with 4365707954746254 ID at 13 replaced 0 of 0 03:252 00:013 OCA: Patching 50474244 (0020202033584243, 52) with 0020202033584243 ID at 14 replaced 0 of 0 03:270 00:017 OCA: Patching 32474244 (0020202033584243, 84) with 0020202033584243 ID at 15 replaced 0 of 0 03:284 00:014 OCA: Patching 4D44534D (0020202033584243, 85) with 0020202033584243 ID at 16 replaced 0 of 0 03:297 00:013 OCA: Patching 43494C53 (0020202033584243, 374) with 0020202033584243 ID at 17 replaced 0 of 0 03:311 00:013 OCA: Patching 54524742 (0000000000000000, 56) with 0000000000000000 ID at 18 replaced 0 of 0 03:325 00:013 OCA: Patching 21465341 (0020202033584243, 160) with 0020202033584243 ID at 19 replaced 0 of 0 03:338 00:013 OCA: Applying 5 byte ACPI patch skip 0, count 0 03:354 00:015 OCA: Patching DSDT of 272129 bytes with 0000000000000000 ID replaced 0 of 0 03:367 00:013 OCA: Patching 50434146 (0020202033584243, 276) with 0020202033584243 ID at 0 replaced 0 of 0 03:381 00:013 OCA: Patching 43495041 (0020202033584243, 244) with 0020202033584243 ID at 1 replaced 0 of 0 03:398 00:017 OCA: Patching 54445046 (0020202033584243, 68) with 0020202033584243 ID at 2 replaced 0 of 0 03:411 00:013 OCA: Patching 54444946 (0020202033584243, 156) with 0020202033584243 ID at 3 replaced 0 of 0 03:425 00:013 OCA: Patching 4746434D (0020202033584243, 60) with 0020202033584243 ID at 4 replaced 0 of 0 03:438 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (0074647353757043, 6101) with 0074647353757043 ID at 5 replaced 0 of 0 03:452 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (0020746473536153, 12744) with 0020746473536153 ID at 6 replaced 0 of 0 03:465 00:013 OCA: Patching 54455048 (0020202033584243, 56) with 0020202033584243 ID at 7 replaced 0 of 0 03:479 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (7076525F72656854, 3714) with 7076525F72656854 ID at 8 replaced 0 of 0 03:493 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (4646535F4C4C4544, 2682) with 4646535F4C4C4544 ID at 9 replaced 0 of 0 03:506 00:013 OCA: Patching 49464555 (0020202033584243, 72) with 0020202033584243 ID at 10 replaced 0 of 0 03:523 00:017 OCA: Patching 5449504C (0020202033584243, 92) with 0020202033584243 ID at 11 replaced 0 of 0 03:537 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (6376654464697450, 10206) with 6376654464697450 ID at 12 replaced 0 of 0 03:550 00:013 OCA: Patching 54445353 (4365707954746254, 4094) with 4365707954746254 ID at 13 replaced 0 of 0 03:564 00:013 OCA: Patching 50474244 (0020202033584243, 52) with 0020202033584243 ID at 14 replaced 0 of 0 03:578 00:013 OCA: Patching 32474244 (0020202033584243, 84) with 0020202033584243 ID at 15 replaced 0 of 0 03:591 00:013 OCA: Patching 4D44534D (0020202033584243, 85) with 0020202033584243 ID at 16 replaced 0 of 0 03:605 00:013 OCA: Patching 43494C53 (0020202033584243, 374) with 0020202033584243 ID at 17 replaced 0 of 0 03:619 00:013 OCA: Patching 54524742 (0000000000000000, 56) with 0000000000000000 ID at 18 replaced 0 of 0 03:632 00:013 OCA: Patching 21465341 (0020202033584243, 160) with 0020202033584243 ID at 19 replaced 0 of 0 03:649 00:017 OCA: Inserted table 54445353 (0000434574647353) of 125 bytes into ACPI at index 20 03:663 00:013 OCA: Inserted table 54445353 (0000000054455048) of 124 bytes into ACPI at index 21 03:676 00:013 OCA: Inserted table 54445353 (0067756C50757043) of 115 bytes into ACPI at index 22 03:696 00:019 OCA: Inserted table 54445353 (7862735574647353) of 189 bytes into ACPI at index 23 03:711 00:015 OCA: FACS signature is 0 (0) 03:724 00:013 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 50434146 (0020202033584243) at 79BF2900 of 276 bytes at index 0 03:738 00:014 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 43495041 (0020202033584243) at 79BF2A18 of 244 bytes at index 1 03:753 00:014 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54445046 (0020202033584243) at 79BF2B10 of 68 bytes at index 2 03:767 00:013 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54444946 (0020202033584243) at 79BF2B58 of 156 bytes at index 3 03:784 00:017 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 4746434D (0020202033584243) at 79BF2BF8 of 60 bytes at index 4 03:798 00:013 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54445353 (0074647353757043) at 79BF2C38 of 6101 bytes at index 5 03:811 00:013 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54445353 (0020746473536153) at 79BF4410 of 12744 bytes at index 6 03:825 00:013 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54455048 (0020202033584243) at 79BF75D8 of 56 bytes at index 7 03:840 00:014 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54445353 (7076525F72656854) at 79BF7610 of 3714 bytes at index 8 03:854 00:013 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54445353 (4646535F4C4C4544) at 79BF8498 of 2682 bytes at index 9 03:868 00:014 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 49464555 (0020202033584243) at 79BF8F18 of 72 bytes at index 10 03:882 00:014 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 5449504C (0020202033584243) at 79BF8F60 of 92 bytes at index 11 03:897 00:014 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54445353 (6376654464697450) at 79BF8FC0 of 10206 bytes at index 12 03:911 00:014 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54445353 (4365707954746254) at 79BFB7A0 of 4094 bytes at index 13 03:929 00:018 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 50474244 (0020202033584243) at 79BFC7A0 of 52 bytes at index 14 03:943 00:013 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 32474244 (0020202033584243) at 79BFC7D8 of 84 bytes at index 15 03:957 00:014 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 4D44534D (0020202033584243) at 79BFC830 of 85 bytes at index 16 03:971 00:014 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 43494C53 (0020202033584243) at 79BFC888 of 374 bytes at index 17 03:985 00:013 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54524742 (0000000000000000) at 79BFCA00 of 56 bytes at index 18 04:000 00:014 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 21465341 (0020202033584243) at 79BFCA38 of 160 bytes at index 19 04:014 00:014 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54445353 (0000434574647353) at 7A041000 of 125 bytes at index 20 04:028 00:013 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54445353 (0000000054455048) at 7A040000 of 124 bytes at index 21 04:042 00:014 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54445353 (0067756C50757043) at 7A03F000 of 115 bytes at index 22 04:060 00:018 OCA: Exposing XSDT table 54445353 (7862735574647353) at 7A03E000 of 189 bytes at index 23 04:075 00:014 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 50434146 (0020202033584243) at 79BF2900 of 276 bytes at index 0 04:088 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 43495041 (0020202033584243) at 79BF2A18 of 244 bytes at index 1 04:102 00:014 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54445046 (0020202033584243) at 79BF2B10 of 68 bytes at index 2 04:116 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54444946 (0020202033584243) at 79BF2B58 of 156 bytes at index 3 04:130 00:014 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 4746434D (0020202033584243) at 79BF2BF8 of 60 bytes at index 4 04:144 00:014 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54445353 (0074647353757043) at 79BF2C38 of 6101 bytes at index 5 04:157 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54445353 (0020746473536153) at 79BF4410 of 12744 bytes at index 6 04:171 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54455048 (0020202033584243) at 79BF75D8 of 56 bytes at index 7 04:189 00:018 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54445353 (7076525F72656854) at 79BF7610 of 3714 bytes at index 8 04:202 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54445353 (4646535F4C4C4544) at 79BF8498 of 2682 bytes at index 9 04:216 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 49464555 (0020202033584243) at 79BF8F18 of 72 bytes at index 10 04:230 00:014 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 5449504C (0020202033584243) at 79BF8F60 of 92 bytes at index 11 04:243 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54445353 (6376654464697450) at 79BF8FC0 of 10206 bytes at index 12 04:257 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54445353 (4365707954746254) at 79BFB7A0 of 4094 bytes at index 13 04:272 00:014 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 50474244 (0020202033584243) at 79BFC7A0 of 52 bytes at index 14 04:285 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 32474244 (0020202033584243) at 79BFC7D8 of 84 bytes at index 15 04:299 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 4D44534D (0020202033584243) at 79BFC830 of 85 bytes at index 16 04:317 00:017 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 43494C53 (0020202033584243) at 79BFC888 of 374 bytes at index 17 04:330 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54524742 (0000000000000000) at 79BFCA00 of 56 bytes at index 18 04:344 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 21465341 (0020202033584243) at 79BFCA38 of 160 bytes at index 19 04:358 00:014 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54445353 (0000434574647353) at 7A041000 of 125 bytes at index 20 04:371 00:013 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54445353 (0000000054455048) at 7A040000 of 124 bytes at index 21 04:386 00:014 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54445353 (0067756C50757043) at 7A03F000 of 115 bytes at index 22 04:400 00:014 OCA: Exposing RSDT table 54445353 (7862735574647353) at 7A03E000 of 189 bytes at index 23 04:413 00:013 OC: OcLoadPlatformSupport... 04:428 00:014 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:name (9) - Success 04:446 00:017 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:Model (18) - Success 04:459 00:013 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:SystemSerialNumber (26) - Success 04:474 00:014 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:system-id (16) - Success 04:489 00:015 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:board-id (21) - Success 04:503 00:014 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:board-rev (1) - Success 04:518 00:014 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:StartupPowerEvents (8) - Success 04:532 00:014 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:InitialTSC (8) - Success 04:546 00:013 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:FSBFrequency (8) - Success 04:561 00:015 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:DevicePathsSupported (4) - Success 04:579 00:018 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:REV (6) - Success 04:593 00:013 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:RBr (8) - Success 04:608 00:014 OCDH: Setting DataHub 64517CC8-6561-4051-B03C-5964B60F4C7A:RPlt (8) - Success 04:622 00:014 OCSMB: Found DMI Anchor F0000 v3.1 Table Address 000E0000 Length 16D7 04:636 00:013 OCSMB: Found DMI Anchor F0020 v3.1 Table Address 000E0000 Length 16D7 04:650 00:014 OC: Current SMBIOS: Dell Inc. model OptiPlex 7060 04:665 00:014 OC: New SMBIOS: Acidanthera model iMac19,1 04:679 00:014 OCSMB: Number of CPU cache entries is 3 04:693 00:014 OCSMB: Applying 2034 (1) prev F0000 (5847/31), F0020 (5847/24) 04:711 00:017 OCSMB: Patched 796E6000 v3.2 Table Address 796E7000 Length 07F2 1E B1 04:725 00:014 OC: Setting HW_BID Mac-AA95B1DDAB278B95 - Success 04:741 00:015 OC: Setting HW_ROM 54:BF:64:87:57:1E - Success 04:755 00:014 OC: Setting ROM 54:BF:64:87:57:1E - Success 04:769 00:013 OC: Setting HW_MLB C02048700CDLNV9JA - Success 04:784 00:014 OC: Setting MLB C02048700CDLNV9JA - Success 04:799 00:015 OC: Setting FirmwareFeatures FD8FF576 - Success 04:813 00:013 OC: Setting ExtendedFirmwareFeatures 00000000FD8FF576 - Success 04:827 00:014 OC: Setting FirmwareFeaturesMask FFDFFF7F - Success 04:845 00:017 OC: Setting ExtendedFirmwareFeaturesMask 00000000FFDFFF7F - Success 04:859 00:014 OC: OcLoadDevPropsSupport... 04:873 00:014 OC: Setting devprop PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x2,0x0):AAPL-ig-platform-id - Success 04:887 00:013 OC: Setting devprop PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x2,0x0):framebuffer-patch-enable - Success 04:901 00:013 OC: Setting devprop PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x2,0x0):framebuffer-stolenmem - Success 04:916 00:014 OC: Setting devprop PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1b,0x0):alc-layout-id - Success 04:930 00:014 OC: OcMiscLateInit... 04:943 00:013 OC: Translated HibernateMode None to 0 04:958 00:014 OC: Hibernation detection status is Not Found 04:977 00:018 OC: Panic log does not exist 04:990 00:013 OC: OcLoadKernelSupport... 05:004 00:014 OC: All green, starting boot management... 05:019 00:014 OC: Ready for takeoff in 0 us 05:033 00:014 OCB: Adding fs 72A12D98 (E:1L:1P:Success) - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x14,0x0)/USB(0xA,0x0)/HD(1,MBR,0xE188CA1D,0x800,0x64000) 05:047 00:014 OCB: Adding fs 724BDF98 (E:0L:0P:Success) - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1B,0x0)/Pci(0x0,0x0)/NVMe(0x1,E3-C5-B0-81-25-E4-D2-5C)/HD(1,GPT,392BEF75-4439-4569-8C7E-9F2A3B6DA55F,0x800,0x32000) 05:061 00:013 OCB: Adding fs 72A12998 (E:1L:0P:Success) - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x14,0x0)/USB(0xA,0x0)/HD(2,MBR,0xE188CA1D,0x64800,0xEE9F800) 05:075 00:013 OCB: Found 3 potentially bootable filesystems 05:090 00:015 OCB: Found 1 BootOrder entries with BootNext excluded 05:104 00:014 OCB: efi-boot-device-data - Not Found 05:121 00:016 OCB: efi-backup-boot-device-data - Not Found 05:136 00:015 OCB: efi-apple-recovery-data - Not Found 05:150 00:014 OCB: Dumping BootOrder 05:164 00:014 OCB: 0 -> Boot0000 = HD(1,GPT,392BEF75-4439-4569-8C7E-9F2A3B6DA55F,0x800,0x32000)/\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi 05:179 00:014 OCB: Parsing predefined list... 05:194 00:014 OCB: 0 -> Boot0080 - failed to read 05:208 00:013 OCB: 1 -> Boot0081 - failed to read 05:223 00:015 OCB: 2 -> Boot0082 - failed to read 05:237 00:013 OCB: Building entry from Boot0000 05:254 00:016 OCB: Assuming DP is short-form (prefix) 05:269 00:015 OCB: Expanded DP - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1B,0x0)/Pci(0x0,0x0)/NVMe(0x1,E3-C5-B0-81-25-E4-D2-5C)/HD(1,GPT,392BEF75-4439-4569-8C7E-9F2A3B6DA55F,0x800,0x32000)/\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi 05:283 00:014 OCB: Expanded DP remainder - \EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi 05:297 00:013 OCB: Matched fs 724BDF98 05:314 00:016 OCB: Adding entry type (T:32F:0G:0) - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1B,0x0)/Pci(0x0,0x0)/NVMe(0x1,E3-C5-B0-81-25-E4-D2-5C)/HD(1,GPT,392BEF75-4439-4569-8C7E-9F2A3B6DA55F,0x800,0x32000)/\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi 05:328 00:014 OCB: Trying to get label from \EFI\Microsoft\Boot.contentDetails 05:342 00:014 OCB: Trying to get label from \EFI\Microsoft\Boot.disk_label.contentDetails 05:357 00:015 OCB: Registering entry Windows (T:32F:0G:0E:0) - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1B,0x0)/Pci(0x0,0x0)/NVMe(0x1,E3-C5-B0-81-25-E4-D2-5C)/HD(1,GPT,392BEF75-4439-4569-8C7E-9F2A3B6DA55F,0x800,0x32000)/\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi 05:371 00:014 OCB: Adding bless entry on disk - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1B,0x0)/Pci(0x0,0x0)/NVMe(0x1,E3-C5-B0-81-25-E4-D2-5C)/HD(1,GPT,392BEF75-4439-4569-8C7E-9F2A3B6DA55F,0x800,0x32000) 05:387 00:015 OCBP: Blessed file is missing 05:401 00:014 OCBP: Blessed folder is missing 05:431 00:029 OCBP: Predefined \System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efi is missing - Not Found 05:444 00:013 OCBP: Predefined \EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi was found 05:458 00:013 OCB: Adding entry type (T:32F:0G:0) - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1B,0x0)/Pci(0x0,0x0)/NVMe(0x1,E3-C5-B0-81-25-E4-D2-5C)/HD(1,GPT,392BEF75-4439-4569-8C7E-9F2A3B6DA55F,0x800,0x32000)/\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi 05:473 00:015 OCB: Discarding already present DP 05:487 00:014 OCBP: APFS recovery volume handle missing - \EFI\Microsoft\Boot\ 05:501 00:013 OCB: APFS recovery is not present - Not Found 05:515 00:014 OCB: Processing blessed list 05:530 00:015 OCB: Adding bless entry on disk - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x14,0x0)/USB(0xA,0x0)/HD(1,MBR,0xE188CA1D,0x800,0x64000) 05:544 00:013 OCBP: Blessed file is missing 05:562 00:017 OCBP: Blessed folder is missing 05:576 00:014 OCBP: Predefined \System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efi is missing - Not Found 05:590 00:013 OCBP: Predefined \EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi is missing - Not Found 05:604 00:013 OCBP: Predefined \EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI was found 05:618 00:013 OCB: Adding entry type (T:1F:0G:1) - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x14,0x0)/USB(0xA,0x0)/HD(1,MBR,0xE188CA1D,0x800,0x64000)/\EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI 05:631 00:013 OCB: Discarding discovered OpenCore bootloader 05:646 00:014 OCBP: APFS recovery volume handle missing - \EFI\BOOT\ 05:660 00:013 OCB: APFS recovery is not present - Not Found 05:674 00:013 OCB: Adding bless entry on disk - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x14,0x0)/USB(0xA,0x0)/HD(2,MBR,0xE188CA1D,0x64800,0xEE9F800) 05:696 00:022 OCBP: BlessedFileHEX (1/3 150) - 02 01 0C 00 D0 41 03 0A 00 00 00 00 01 01 06 00 00 14 03 05 06 00 0A 00 04 01 2A 00 02 00 00 00 00 48 06 00 00 00 00 00 00 F8 E9 0E 00 00 00 00 1D CA 88 E1 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 05:710 00:013 OCBP: BlessedFileHEX (2/3 150) - 01 01 04 04 50 00 5C 00 53 00 79 00 73 00 74 00 65 00 6D 00 5C 00 4C 00 69 00 62 00 72 00 61 00 72 00 79 00 5C 00 43 00 6F 00 72 00 65 00 53 00 65 00 72 00 76 00 69 00 63 00 65 00 73 00 5C 00 05:723 00:013 OCBP: BlessedFileHEX (3/3 150) - 62 00 6F 00 6F 00 74 00 2E 00 65 00 66 00 69 00 00 00 7F FF 04 00 05:737 00:013 OCBP: BlessedFileDP - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x14,0x0)/USB(0xA,0x0)/HD(2,MBR,0xE188CA1D,0x64800,0xEE9F800)/\System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efi 05:751 00:013 OCBP: Blessed file is valid 05:764 00:013 OCB: Adding entry type (T:2F:0G:0) - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x14,0x0)/USB(0xA,0x0)/HD(2,MBR,0xE188CA1D,0x64800,0xEE9F800)/\System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efi 05:779 00:014 OCB: Trying to get label from \System\Library\CoreServices.contentDetails 05:793 00:014 OCB: Trying to get label from \System\Library\CoreServices.disk_label.contentDetails 05:807 00:013 OCB: Registering entry macOS Base System (T:2F:0G:0E:1) - PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x14,0x0)/USB(0xA,0x0)/HD(2,MBR,0xE188CA1D,0x64800,0xEE9F800)/\System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efi 05:822 00:014 OCBP: APFS recovery volume handle missing - \System\Library\CoreServices\ 05:838 00:016 OCB: APFS recovery is not present - Not Found 05:852 00:013 OCB: Adding fs 2007C5F5 for 1 custom entries and nvram reset (aux shown) 05:866 00:013 OCB: Adding custom entry OpenShell.efi (tool) -> OpenShell.efi 05:881 00:015 OCB: Registering entry OpenShell.efi (T:128F:0G:0E:0) - 05:896 00:015 OCB: Adding system entry Reset NVRAM 05:910 00:013 OCB: Registering entry Reset NVRAM (T:256F:0G:0E:0) - 05:925 00:014 OCB: Showing menu... 10:456 04:531 OCB: Should boot from 1. Windows (T:32F:0G:0E:0DEF:0) 10:476 00:020 OCB: Perform boot Windows to dp PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1B,0x0)/Pci(0x0,0x0)/NVMe(0x1,E3-C5-B0-81-25-E4-D2-5C)/HD(1,GPT,392BEF75-4439-4569-8C7E-9F2A3B6DA55F,0x800,0x32000)/\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi (0/0) 10:497 00:020 OCSB: No IMG4 found - Not Found 10:510 00:013 OCB: Arch filtering 70990018(1557824)->70990018(1557824) caps 4 - Success 10:525 00:014 OCB: Matching <> args on type 32 0 10:540 00:014 OCABC: Recovering trashed GetMemoryMap pointer
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2020.09.25 23:25 t_rawzz NEW GRAD SWE: IMC Trading vs Robinhood Data

Trying to decide between the two but not sure what would be better for growth if I want to go into more business/management roles later on. IMC comp is significantly higher considering CoL in Chicago vs Bay Area. Thinking about working at IMC to earn for a few years, pay for an MBA, then move back to the Valley after. Not sure if the SWE skills are super transferrable though. Any input would be helpful!
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2020.09.25 23:03 Five_Kings An Investigative Report by Team PEPE

Google Drive Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1l5laf2siwP6dvSfGkU1yrmekmv4c0eZb/view
Abstract
A systematic quantitative analysis of Y** team players shows that an alarming number of Y** chatters have demonstrated harmful patterns of thought in destiny.gg chat. Y** members have frequently used racial, homophobic, sexist, and ableist chat behaviors which reflects extraordinarily poorly on the Destiny.gg community. This analysis uses data from January 1, 2018 to present which validates the findings that Y** chatters are racist, sexist, homophobic, and ableist. Furthermore, the Y** team did not perform proper due diligence on their own team members. The PEPE team recommends disqualifying the entire Y** team as a whole due to its pervasive problems that exist at the highest level and allow members not implicated in this crisis to compete under a neutral emote. At the bare minimum, Team PEPE provides recommendations that the following chatters are expelled from the PEPE vs Y** olympics.
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2020.09.25 22:53 SavageTruths74 USSR as an example of socialist success

the USSR's official ideology was Marxism-Leninism.
im not going to address things like holodomor or the purges but on what the soviet union achieved. but if you want, ill make a post on them based purely on historical consensus and archival data.
Russia was an impoverished, mostly illiterate society before 1917 but after the soviet union was established and planning was started things began to take off. the soviet union was also invaded several times, had to educate, industrialize, fight a world war, organize, and shut down counter revolutionaries.
What happened after the soviet union was founded:
only after after socialist industrialization did Russia grow faster than the rest of the world: https://wid.world/document/soviets-oligarchs-inequality-property-russia-1905-2016/ https://wid.world/document/appendix-soviets-oligarchs-inequality-property-russia-1905-2016-wid-world-working-paper-201710/
they made all education free http://www.revolutionarydemocracy.org/archive/PubEdUSSR.htm http://www.revolutionarydemocracy.org/archive/anglosov.htm http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0000/000013/001300eo.pdf
literacy rose from 33% to 99.9% https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Likbez
they doubled life expectancy in just 20 years https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_the_Soviet_Union After the October revolution, the life expectancy for all age groups went up. A newborn child in 1926-27 had a life expectancy of 44.4 years, up from 32.3 years thirty years before. In 1958-59 the life expectancy for newborns went up to 68.6 years. the Semashko system of the USSR increased lifespan by 50% in 20 years (by the 1960's, lifespans in the USSR were comparable to those in the USA): <https://www.rand.org/pubs/research_briefs/RB5054/index1.html>
the last famine of the USSR was in the 1940s. after the wars ended socialism proved it could feed everyone and CIA data even suggests they ate just as much as americans https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP84B00274R000300150009-5.pdf it also was not till the soviet revolution that nutrition quality went up https://artir.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/compar1.png?w=640
between 1913 and 1960, workers in Russia moved from 58.5-hour workweeks to 41.6 hour workweeks (-0.36 h/yr): https://books.google.com/books?id=x8JYjwEACAAJ https://b-ok.cc/book/2669908/77497f
the USSR averaged 22 days of paid leave in 1986: https://www.ilo.org/public/libdoc/ilo/1994/94B09_66_englp2.pdf (the USA averaged 7.6 in 1996 https://www.bls.gov/news.release/ebs.t05.htm))
in 1987, people in the USSR could retire with pension at 55 (female) and 60 (male) and received, at minimum, 50% of their wages: https://www.ilo.org/public/libdoc/ilo/1994/94B09_66_englp2.pdf For comparison, in 2016, people in the USA can retire at 62-67 and the average (not median) retiree household in the USA get inflows of $48k/yr, 65% of the 74k average (not median) household income: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/could-you-get-by-on-the-average-americans-retirement-income/
it was not till socialism was established that GDP took off https://i.imgur.com/JiZapPz.jpg and then collapsed with the reintroduction of capitalism.
The Soviet Union had the highest physician-patient ratio in the world, my notes say 42 per 10,000 population, vs 24 in Denmark and Sweden, 19 in US. In this document: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0735675784900482 You can open it without paying with sci-hub.cc
the soviets kept up with agricultural output worldwide until they bought grain instead of grow it https://khvostik.files.wordpress.com/2018/10/agricultural-production-world-vs-ussr.jpg?w=640
It seems impossible: whereas in Tsarist Russia, people traveled by carriage, 40 years later it was possible to reach space. The Soviets also developed the largest thermonuclear experimental system in the world, 10 Tokamak, a prototype fusion reactor. Tokamak heats the hydrogen at the temperature of the bowels of the sun (tens of millions of degrees) and keep the heated substance for a long time. They also created the first nuclear icebreaker "Lenin", the first in the world, another feat of Soviet engineering, consisting of a giant 19,240 tons of steel, driven by three nuclear reactors using pressurized water.
These were the largest industrial and social achievements of the Soviet Union, not to mention the country's reconstruction, destroyed by World War II. this is just a taste of its achievments.
academic studies on the USSR
Professor of Economic History, Robert C. Allen, concludes in his study without the 1917 revolution the russia would not have achieved nearly as much as socialist russia. https://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.507.8966&rep=rep1&type=pdf
Study demonstrating the steady increase in quality of life during the Soviet period (including under Stalin). Includes the fact that Soviet life expectancy grew faster than any other nation recorded at the time. https://www.jstor.org/stable/2672986?seq=1
A large study using world bank data analyzing the quality of life in Capitalist vs Socialist countries and finds overwhelmingly at similar levels of development socialism brings a better quality of life by Shirley Ceresto, PHD, and Howard Waitzkin, MD, PHD https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1646771/pdf/amjph00269-0055.pdf
Ask Somebody Who Lived Under Communism!"
Studies consistently find that people in most ex-socialist countries feel that life was better under socialism than it is under capitalism:
What the Soviets accomplished in the immediate aftermath of Stalin's death was nothing short of an economic miracle. They suffered 30 million deaths and a 25% capital loss in the second world war. Of all the Allied powers, the USSR took the brunt of the death toll, and Berlin ultimately fell to Soviet forces. Then there was a famine until 1947. Stalin died relatively shortly after, in 1953, and it was only four years between Stalin's death and Khrushchev's USSR beating the USA to outer-fucking-space.
to get a look into soviet life look at these images https://imgur.com/a/HRAZZ99#fZOGNEm
this was a short post. but i hope it opens the eyes of some people. realize the USSR was still in infancy. there is literally so much more i could add but this is already a good bit.
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2020.09.25 22:33 Emiliortg Data transfer vs Internal data rate vs interface

I was looking specifications of a hard drive and I saw some concepts that I don't know how to differenciate..
  1. Interface SATA 6Gb/s (750 MBps)
  2. Data Transfer Rate 600 MBps
  3. Internal Data Rate 145 MBps
what's the difference between them ?

this is the link of the HDD specs
https://www.cnet.com/products/samsung-spinpoint-m8-st500lm012-hard-drive-500-gb-sata-6gb-s/
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2020.09.25 22:23 bigDivot99 Just passed the AWS SAA-CO2 Exam!

Yes! Just passed the exam today. I used Stephane Maarek's course via Udemy and went from beginning to end over 30 days (used Apple TV -> Udemy app and watched while on treadmill, did 30% of labs as I had experience). I really enjoyed Stephane's course and the Udemy app is great.
I did his practice exams but then I bought Adrian Cantrill's course which has much more depth and was very helpful to really grasp the concepts for the exam, I would say this is a must. But I am happy I did Stephane's course first to have context then go in detail with Adrian. The way Stephane pronounces "bucket" and how Adrian pronounces "cache" makes me giggle to this day, I am a silly Americano.
I bought Jon Bonso's course via Udemy and via Tutorial Dojo and they were very, very helpful. I did prefer the TD tests vs. Udemy as they seem fresher (prob my imagination). I added in Neal Davis's new eBook via Kindle and the last two weeks I just drilled test questions and went back to Adrian's course for the questions I missed.
The test seemed to hit everything but I would say AWS DataSync, Storage Gateway, Lambda, API Gateway, VPC, FSx, ASG, Aurora, Glacier, tons of NAT Gateway and VPC endpoints plus some easy but tricky ones. I am waiting on my score but I had over 20 minutes left to review my flagged questions before finishing.
If I knew the answer I clicked it and moved on, if not then I would answer it, flag it and visit it after. I DID have a button to check for incomplete answers (meaning I could confirm if I only had selected one answer when two were required). This gave me some peace of mind.
Today is my cake day because I created a new account (previous one was identifiable).
Good luck everyone!
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2020.09.25 22:23 SavageTruths74 The USSR as an example of socialist success

the USSR's official ideology was Marxism-Leninism.
im not going to address things like holodomor or the purges but on what the soviet union achieved. but if you want, ill make a post on them based purely on historical consensus and archival data.
Russia was an impoverished, mostly illiterate society before 1917 but after the soviet union was established and planning was started things began to take off. yes there was issues including famines, but consider the conditions, grain was being destroyed, livestock killed and machinery given during the NEP was being destroyed. a brutal but sadly necessary "dekulakization" occured collectivizing industry. the soviet union was also invaded several times, had to educate, industrialize, fight a war, organize, and shut down counter revolutionaries.
What happened after the soviet union was founded:
only after after socialist industrialization did Russia grow faster than the rest of the world: https://wid.world/document/soviets-oligarchs-inequality-property-russia-1905-2016/ https://wid.world/document/appendix-soviets-oligarchs-inequality-property-russia-1905-2016-wid-world-working-paper-201710/
they made all education free http://www.revolutionarydemocracy.org/archive/PubEdUSSR.htm http://www.revolutionarydemocracy.org/archive/anglosov.htm http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0000/000013/001300eo.pdf
literacy rose from 33% to 99.9% https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Likbez
they doubled life expectancy in just 20 years https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_the_Soviet_Union After the October revolution, the life expectancy for all age groups went up. A newborn child in 1926-27 had a life expectancy of 44.4 years, up from 32.3 years thirty years before. In 1958-59 the life expectancy for newborns went up to 68.6 years. the Semashko system of the USSR increased lifespan by 50% in 20 years (by the 1960's, lifespans in the USSR were comparable to those in the USA): <https://www.rand.org/pubs/research_briefs/RB5054/index1.html>
the last famine of the USSR was in the 1940s. after the wars ended socialism proved it could feed everyone and CIA data even suggests they ate just as much as americans https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP84B00274R000300150009-5.pdf it also was not till the soviet revolution that nutrition quality went up https://artir.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/compar1.png?w=640
between 1913 and 1960, workers in Russia moved from 58.5-hour workweeks to 41.6 hour workweeks (-0.36 h/yr): https://books.google.com/books?id=x8JYjwEACAAJ https://b-ok.cc/book/2669908/77497f
the USSR averaged 22 days of paid leave in 1986: https://www.ilo.org/public/libdoc/ilo/1994/94B09_66_englp2.pdf (the USA averaged 7.6 in 1996 https://www.bls.gov/news.release/ebs.t05.htm))
in 1987, people in the USSR could retire with pension at 55 (female) and 60 (male) and received, at minimum, 50% of their wages: https://www.ilo.org/public/libdoc/ilo/1994/94B09_66_englp2.pdf For comparison, in 2016, people in the USA can retire at 62-67 and the average (not median) retiree household in the USA get inflows of $48k/yr, 65% of the 74k average (not median) household income: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/could-you-get-by-on-the-average-americans-retirement-income/
it was not till socialism was established that GDP took off https://i.imgur.com/JiZapPz.jpg and then collapsed with the reintroduction of capitalism.
The Soviet Union had the highest physician-patient ratio in the world, my notes say 42 per 10,000 population, vs 24 in Denmark and Sweden, 19 in US. In this document: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0735675784900482 You can open it without paying with sci-hub.cc
the soviets kept up with agricultural output worldwide until they bought grain instead of grow it https://khvostik.files.wordpress.com/2018/10/agricultural-production-world-vs-ussr.jpg?w=640
It seems impossible: whereas in Tsarist Russia, people traveled by carriage, 40 years later it was possible to reach space. The Soviets also developed the largest thermonuclear experimental system in the world, 10 Tokamak, a prototype fusion reactor. Tokamak heats the hydrogen at the temperature of the bowels of the sun (tens of millions of degrees) and keep the heated substance for a long time. They also created the first nuclear icebreaker "Lenin", the first in the world, another feat of Soviet engineering, consisting of a giant 19,240 tons of steel, driven by three nuclear reactors using pressurized water.
These were the largest industrial and social achievements of the Soviet Union, not to mention the country's reconstruction, destroyed by World War II. this is just a taste of its achievments.
academic studies on the USSR
Professor of Economic History, Robert C. Allen, concludes in his study without the 1917 revolution the russia would not have achieved nearly as much as socialist russia. https://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.507.8966&rep=rep1&type=pdf
Study demonstrating the steady increase in quality of life during the Soviet period (including under Stalin). Includes the fact that Soviet life expectancy grew faster than any other nation recorded at the time. https://www.jstor.org/stable/2672986?seq=1
A large study using world bank data analyzing the quality of life in Capitalist vs Socialist countries and finds overwhelmingly at similar levels of development socialism brings a better quality of life by Shirley Ceresto, PHD, and Howard Waitzkin, MD, PHD https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1646771/pdf/amjph00269-0055.pdf
Ask Somebody Who Lived Under Communism!"
Studies consistently find that people in most ex-socialist countries feel that life was better under socialism than it is under capitalism:
What the Soviets accomplished in the immediate aftermath of Stalin's death was nothing short of an economic miracle. They suffered 30 million deaths and a 25% capital loss in the second world war. Of all the Allied powers, the USSR took the brunt of the death toll, and Berlin ultimately fell to Soviet forces. Then there was a famine until 1947. Stalin died relatively shortly after, in 1953, and it was only four years between Stalin's death and Khrushchev's USSR beating the USA to outer-fucking-space.
to get a look into soviet life look at these images https://imgur.com/a/HRAZZ99#fZOGNEm
this was a short post. but i hope it opens the eyes of some people. realize the USSR was still in infancy. there is literally so much more i could add but this is already a good bit.
some youtubers to browse and things to read
Masterpost on the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Soviet Union)
Masterpost on Workers' Control and Democracy in the Soviet Union
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qeYeYeLN7uKxfMdoe7TAmOMD2fmgyZdU_urvW6eAsRg/edit#bookmark=id.ie987hvbw24t
https://www.youtube.com/c/SpookyScarySocialist/videos
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCReRffTpdfRgDsNVLAKBH0g
https://www.youtube.com/c/ComradeLenin/videos
https://www.northstarcompass.org/nsc1212/ussr.htm
https://writetorebel.com/2016/11/25/the-successes-of-socialism-in-the-uss
http://www.idcommunism.com/2016/09/why-socialism-is-superior-to-capitalism.html
and to finish it off a little montage of soviet achievments https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5axVunzQSA
there is so much more i can add. this is just a taste.
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2020.09.25 22:18 AlienRandom Why I'm keeping my 2080 TI SLI instead of getting a 3090

Why I'm keeping my 2080 TI SLI instead of getting a 3090

https://preview.redd.it/7qa1ijp0pcp51.jpg?width=872&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=3c43e55c5cd73b382f3b5dfb2eadab01947ba3dd
I have been searching everywhere for some head-to-head benchmark comparisons of a dual 2080 TI SLI setup vs. an RTX 3090. I do some moderate gaming but I also use my PC a lot for experimenting with machine learning, photogrammetry, 3D rendering, etc. I'm considering a single 3090 as a replacement for the SLI setup because of the VRAM, power efficiencies, and CUDA core increases.
I assume eventually a good comparison will show up but for now I decided to look for raw data. I found a page with RTX 3090 average FPS benchmarks for specific games running at 4K Ultra settings. I then found a page with 2080 TI SLI benchmarks for games with running at 4K Ultra settings. I made a simple pivot table and trimmed the data down to only games which appeared on both pages.
This is very much not a scientific comparison. Here are just a few of the flaws with my comparison:
  1. There are almost certainly differences in the motherboards, CPU, RAM, etc. between these 2 pages of benchmarks. The 3090 benchmarks were with an i9-10900K and the 2080 TI SLI benchmarks were unclear. So yes, I accept that if the SLI setup is some off-the-charts super beast it may play a role in why the FPS were higher on the SLI.
  2. Games may or may not take advantage of SLI
  3. My "use case" for machine learning etc. is probably going to hit the CUDA cores and Tensor cores much differently than gaming would, and the SLI/NVLink is definitely a plus for my non-gaming scenarios.
With that said, I am putting the flaws of this data/comparison aside and I've convinced myself that my 2080 TI SLI setup is just fine for now.
Plus... I couldn't get a 3090 right now unless I buy from a scalper which is a hard nope.
I'll check back eventually with some better data when I cave in and buy a couple of 3090's to try SLI with them.
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2020.09.25 22:16 Scalar_Mikeman Why do people refer to SATA as a type of drive rather than a connection type

I'm fairly positive I know my stuff, but maybe I'm full of it. There are SSD (Solid State Drives) and HDD (Hard Disk Drive) a.k.a Magnetic Drives a.k.a. spinning rust. I've come across several places on the internet which talk about SATA Drives as if they are a certain kind of drive rather than the connection type. Are people just confused and calling HDD Drives with a SATA connection SATA Drives or have I majorly missed something the past several years.
Hoping someone can either just say "yeah, people write stuff on the internet when they don't know what they're talking about" or can say "Ah! the thing you're missing in your understanding is X, Y and Z."
Why is this referring to an HDD Drive as a SATA Drive.
https://www.pluralsight.com/blog/it-ops/types-of-hard-drives-sata-ssd-nvme
Same here:
https://abmfederal.com/a-comparison-between-data-storage-solutions-sata-vs-ssd-hdd/#:~:text=SATA%20drives%20are%20less%20expensive,in%20retrieving%20data%20than%20SSDs.&text=But%20take%20note%20of%20the,in%20terms%20of%20the%20functionality
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2020.09.25 22:07 psychotrader00 Here is a Market Recap for today Friday, Sept 25. Please enjoy!

PsychoMarket Recap - Friday, September 25, 2020
Stocks were higher today, with the major benchmarks finishing the day an average of 1.5% up. This unexpected rally comes amid a surge of coronavirus cases in the United States and Europe and concerns that more fiscal stimulus will not be passed.
The SPY finished
After a steady decline from summer peaks through the beginning of September, new COVID-19 cases appear to be on the rise again in the United States. According to data from the New York Times, there have been 41,822 new cases per day in the country over the past week, a 14% increase from the previous 2 weeks. Among the states seeing the largest increases in new cases over the past 14 days are Wisconsin, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
In recent weeks, Europe has struggled to contain a surge in the number of coronavirus cases, with many countries reporting a record number of infections. In France 16,069 new case of Covid-19 were reported, a record for the country. The U.K., which recently announced plans to lockdown once again, reported a record 6,634. These numbers are worse than in March, at the beginning of the pandemic. In response to the increasingly precarious situation, European leaders decried the failure of countries to work together to collectively defeat the virus and told the U.N. General Assembly today that ``the time has come for countries to reinvent international cooperation.” Throughout the pandemic, European nations have fought internally about access to equipment and vaccines, erected barriers among neighbors to keep out virus infections, and struggled to agree on collective solutions to fight COVID.
Today’s rally in the stock market reflects the heightened volatility equities have experienced this month, as concerns over the presidential elections, a surge in coronavirus cases, the slowing pace of economic recovery, and the lack of fiscal stimulus pile up. House Democrats are reportedly working on a $2.4 trillion stimulus plan, which would be down from the more than $3 trillion they originally pursued, but a sum still well above the closer to $1 trillion proposal Senate Republicans had suggested they might accept.
For their part, monetary officials like Powell and Mnuchin have urged time and again for Congress to pass additional fiscal relief, though the window of opportunity continues to shrink as the November election looms. Eric Rosengren, the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, told Yahoo Finance that while the central bank could increase asset purchases to try and support the economy, he was not sure it would be “nearly as supportive, for example, as fiscal policy.”
Taken together, the myriad concerns manifested themselves in a surge in volatility this month, with stocks changing direction from one day to the next and even intraday. Matt Orton, Director and Portfolio Manager at Carillon Tower Advisers said, “We’ve shot up really, really far. We’ve just [gone] through a little bit of a corrective process, taking out some of the froth from the really high-flying performers in the information technology space. And right now with an absence of many catalysts as we head into earnings season, we’re likely going to continue to move sideways.”
Highlights
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2020.09.25 22:06 psychotrader00 Here is a Market Recap for today Friday, Sept 25, 2020. Enjoy!

PsychoMarket Recap - Friday, September 25, 2020
Stocks were higher today, with the major benchmarks finishing the day an average of 1.5% up. This unexpected rally comes amid a surge of coronavirus cases in the United States and Europe and concerns that more fiscal stimulus will not be passed.
The SPY finished
After a steady decline from summer peaks through the beginning of September, new COVID-19 cases appear to be on the rise again in the United States. According to data from the New York Times, there have been 41,822 new cases per day in the country over the past week, a 14% increase from the previous 2 weeks. Among the states seeing the largest increases in new cases over the past 14 days are Wisconsin, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
In recent weeks, Europe has struggled to contain a surge in the number of coronavirus cases, with many countries reporting a record number of infections. In France 16,069 new case of Covid-19 were reported, a record for the country. The U.K., which recently announced plans to lockdown once again, reported a record 6,634. These numbers are worse than in March, at the beginning of the pandemic. In response to the increasingly precarious situation, European leaders decried the failure of countries to work together to collectively defeat the virus and told the U.N. General Assembly today that ``the time has come for countries to reinvent international cooperation.” Throughout the pandemic, European nations have fought internally about access to equipment and vaccines, erected barriers among neighbors to keep out virus infections, and struggled to agree on collective solutions to fight COVID.
Today’s rally in the stock market reflects the heightened volatility equities have experienced this month, as concerns over the presidential elections, a surge in coronavirus cases, the slowing pace of economic recovery, and the lack of fiscal stimulus pile up. House Democrats are reportedly working on a $2.4 trillion stimulus plan, which would be down from the more than $3 trillion they originally pursued, but a sum still well above the closer to $1 trillion proposal Senate Republicans had suggested they might accept.
For their part, monetary officials like Powell and Mnuchin have urged time and again for Congress to pass additional fiscal relief, though the window of opportunity continues to shrink as the November election looms. Eric Rosengren, the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, told Yahoo Finance that while the central bank could increase asset purchases to try and support the economy, he was not sure it would be “nearly as supportive, for example, as fiscal policy.”
Taken together, the myriad concerns manifested themselves in a surge in volatility this month, with stocks changing direction from one day to the next and even intraday. Matt Orton, Director and Portfolio Manager at Carillon Tower Advisers said, “We’ve shot up really, really far. We’ve just [gone] through a little bit of a corrective process, taking out some of the froth from the really high-flying performers in the information technology space. And right now with an absence of many catalysts as we head into earnings season, we’re likely going to continue to move sideways.”
Highlights
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2020.09.25 21:29 Drexlore Week 4 Match-up Preview Thread: Central Arkansas Bears vs. Missouri State Bears

Central Arkansas vs. Missouri State
When: Saturday, September, 26, 08:00 PM Eastern
Where: Estes Stadium - Conway, AR
Watch: ESPN3
Odds: Central Arkansas by 10.5 pts.
Total Points: 55
All-Time Series : Central Arkansas vs. Missouri State
Central Arkansas and Missouri State have met 8 times since 09/24/1937.
These teams last met 2,197 days (~6 years) ago on 09/20/2014.
Series Wins: Central Arkansas 4-0-4 Missouri State
Longest streak of continuous meetings: 3 (1949-1951).
Missouri State has won the most recent meeting (2014) in this series.
Last 6 Meetings
Winner Date Location Central Arkansas Missouri State Notes
Missouri State 2014-09-20 31 33 Conway, AR
Central Arkansas 2013-09-21 17 13 Springfield, MO
Missouri State 2007-09-22 38 42 Springfield, MO
Central Arkansas 2006-09-16 16 14 Conway, AR
Missouri State 1951-09-15 0 19 Springfield, MO
Central Arkansas 1950-09-16 21 13 Conway, AR
Series Comparison Data via RivalryBot Database
Through Week 3
Week Central Arkansas 1-1(0-0) Result Missouri State 0-1(0-0) Result
0 Austin Peay 0-3(0-0) W 24-17 BYE N/A
1 UAB 1-1(0-0) L 35-45 BYE N/A
2 BYE N/A Oklahoma#5 1-0(0-0) L 0-48
3 BYE N/A BYE N/A
All rankings reflect the current /cfb poll
Central Arkansas Injury Report
Not Available
Missouri State Injury Report
Not Available
What are your "Keys to the Game"?
Who do you think wins?
Do you think the favorite will cover the spread?
Which player(s) are you most interested to watch?
Let's talk football!
To vote in the matchup "who will win poll" simply include the name of the team you think will win enclosed by {} as part of your TOP LEVEL comment discussing the matchup. To change your vote just edit your initial comment to bracket the other team. You can change your vote as often as you like until the GAME THREAD is posted
A full listing of accepted FBS team aliases can be found here.. For FCS teams you will need to use the full name as it appears in the post title.
A listing of links, and live vote totals, to all Match-up Preview threads for the current week can be found HERE.
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2020.09.25 21:23 StevenNotEven Anyone use Cyberfish? Can I trust them?

Saw their presentation an an Axcient webinar. They claim 10x phishing detection rate vs market leaders. Free trial and NFR for MSPs, but before I give them access to my M365 environment I want confidence that they are not putting our data at risk.
Company is based in Israel.
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2020.09.25 21:02 ophcourse 15 years of lab results, and .. 3 different transitions. I now own my transition thanks to this sub.

15 years of lab results, and .. 3 different transitions. I now own my transition thanks to this sub.
So I found out about this sub about a month or two ago and ever since started reading up about hormones, proper DIY, (obviously) the powers method and began to question EVERYTHING I've been doing in my last 8 years of transition.Thanks to Dr. Powers and everyone here I now feel like I OWN my transition and have been feeling even euphoric about it. So.. well, thank you.
I also promised Dr Powers I would post an update here regarding correcting my estrone issue and how it affects my life/transition. And here it is.
To be fair, my Estrone issue was.. I didn't know anything about it. Or E1:E2 ratios. Or sublingual vs IM. Or basically nothing. All I ever received from my (several) endocrinologists was what to do about my E2 and T.
I am however a bit of a data nerd (economist here!) and have always wanted to measure "as much as I can" from my lab tests. Luckily, tests are fairly accessible to me here in México City with one exception, not one single laboratory carries a test for E1S
So, for what they're worth.. here's 15 years worth of lab numbers. Keep in mind they're all over the place. Mainly because I've been through 4 endos, some 4 surgeries and then I basically took bad advice for a couple of years back then. I also found lab tests from before my transition so figured I'd add those too. September 2020 is my new "baseline month" and barely weeks ago (september first) I switched my whole hormone regimen to better adapt to the powers method.
Let's see where we get from here, seeing where my levels are as of today, I now know I have to do some adjustments eeeeeevrywhere.
my \"15 year mess, in one chart\"
DrWillPowers asked about how my life and transition has changed from, well.. knowledge. And, I'm both angry and elated. Going through the V6 powerpoint I was struck at how of the things i was told for the past 8 years were not even "out of date", they were negligently wrong.
Just these couple of weeks alone, I've already noticed an improvement in energy levels, mood, skin quality, I feel my face looks different (but this is subjective so.. sigh). Most importantly, I suddenly lost an immense amount of "brain fog". This is just the tip of the iceberg here. I'm actually once again excited about my transition, and body care, and.. dunno, feel as if something just "clicked".
I guess this post is a huge thank you. To Dr. Powers and to all you folk who constantly post here. It's amazing to even fathom this self-supporting community exists and what's being done here.. is most probably helping a lot of people. So there's that <3
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2020.09.25 20:42 ZephyrGreene *Update* S&S: Desalinated 2.0 [beta] (A Modding Framework)

Last year I released Desalinated 1.0.
Since then I have rewritten much of that code and expanded upon it to give a cleaner and better modding experience.
Note: This is for Salt and Sanctuary on Steam, PC version 1.0.0.8 only.
Desalinated 2.0 is a(n almost) fully functioning beta. Call it a "no crash" beta.
Content missing: Certain non-combat Magics do nothing.
A future 2.1 will be published with all missing content finished and discovered bugs fixed (as possible).
I am still working on documentation, but I wanted to present an overview of this project to you at this time. If you have any issues with the mod feel free to reach out to me through discord (join the ska studios discord and look for Zephyr).
Before the I dump a wall of info here, I want to make a quick shoutout and thank you to Jamezila for making a great game and both Jamezila and Pax_Empyrean for answering my many questions as I worked on this project.
Hopefully it adds some value to the community.
Overview
This is a very broad overview. There's a lot of content in the actual mod that just can't completely be covered here.
Much can probably be understood by merely looking at the data files included in the project.
Bug Fixes
Ring of Meditation -> Prayers are now properly discounted.
Burning Sky Ring -> Spells and Incantations are now properly discounted.
GUI Focus -> Focus costs now displayed as true costs instead of base costs.
Elemental -> Elemental attack bonuses now use base damage instead of base physical damage.
Pale Charm -> Attack Reach now affects Spear class weapons and various Spin attack anims.
Offhand Magic -> Incantations and Prayers now use the highest base value between offhand and mainhand, instead of defaulting to offhand.
GUI Damage -> Damage numbers now include Buffs and Sanctuary bonuses. Fist damage is also now visible.
GUI Damage -> Now also has Attack and Attack2 for Ammo1 vs Ammo2 or mainhand vs offhand.
Dark Swarm -> Updated to use loot data for focus cost like other magicks.
Gunblade -> This should never eat your charms or bug out anymore. Certain attack combos still ignore ammo cost.
Other -> Bugs may have been fixed that weren't documented.
Bug introduced -> This mod breaks the internal Steamworks Leaderboard functionality. This means jurney bottles, hanged players, roaming players, and boss candles are disabled/naked. Co-op play is unaffected.
New Files (Json/Sjson)
The previous version of Desalinated required you to unpack and repack binary data into XML. This has been removed.
Now all major data files exist in Simplified Json files (.sjson) and are loaded into the game automagically, so that you don't have to manually pack/unpack like before.
More files are available to edit and some files have been split apart so that you only have to dig through relevant data.
These files can be customized on a per-Mod basis and fully allow new items to be created.
Spells and Throwing weapons now use a Missile definition, so extra versions of these should also be possible.
The new Missiles file allows modders to edit projectile damage and base trajectory. (i.e. Lob vs Throw)
The new HitsTable file allows for modifying stamina costs and damage ratios of Melee/Mainhand weapons.
SkillTree and CharClass files allow you to customize a full fledged mod or just a given run to try out!
Loot Affixes aka Specials
A significant portion of this mod is merely to give dynamic control to the modder through item properties. I called these Affixes.
There are about 200 of these affixes; most come from the original game in some form but are designed as a modular system.
Each equipment type: Mainhand, Offhand, Shield, Helm, Chest, Boots, Pants, Gloves, Rings, Charms; can have an unbounded number of Affixes on them.
Consumables and Magicks that apply to the player also use their own set of Affixes, which trigger buffs such as Enchants, Defenses, etc. Each affix has 4 properties. The primary properties are Affix Name and Value which control most affixes.
There are two additional properties for specialized Affixes such as Duration for timing Buffs and Property for internal triggers.
The Affix Value property allows for usage of internal player data, mathematical calculations, and a single if-else ternary operator.
Using the SkillTree file, modders can add Affixes to SkillNodes to craft extremely unique experiences. (unreleased)
Other
Fists now have their own weapon data now!
Shields now have Parry values!
Blocking with a Weapon or Fists now uses an Affix to reference a shield item for its defense and parry values.
Complete overhaul of the damage system. This has pros and cons. It will be different and may require fine tuning for balance.
GameRules and Formulas now allow you to modify global functionalities like Poison application or duration.
Formulas use the same player data, math, and functionalities as Affixes.
The game can now be unbounded by FPS (I tested at 300 ish), but this may have unknown/unseen side effects.
Oh and also cosmetic armor slots.
Nexus Mods: S&S Desalinated
Previous Post: Version 1.0
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2020.09.25 20:25 Drexlore Week 4 Match-up Preview Thread: Louisiana Tech Bulldogs vs. Houston Baptist Huskies

Louisiana Tech vs. Houston Baptist
When: Saturday, September, 26, 07:00 PM Eastern
Where: Joe Aillet Stadium - Ruston, LA
Watch: ESPN3
Odds: Louisiana Tech by 23.5 pts.
Total Points: 70.5
All-Time Series : Louisiana Tech vs. Houston Baptist
According to RivalryBot Database these teams have never met.
Through Week 3
Week Louisiana Tech 1-0(1-0) Result Houston Baptist 0-2(0-0) Result
1 BYE N/A North Texas 1-1(0-0) L 31-57
2 BYE N/A Texas Tech 1-0(0-0) L 33-35
3 Southern Miss 0-2(0-1) W 31-30 BYE N/A
All rankings reflect the current /cfb poll
Louisiana Tech Injury Report
Data Scraped: 2020-09-25 12:00:03
Player Position Status Reported Notes
Jerrod Means WR Out For Season – Eligibility Tue, Aug 25 Means will not take part in the 2020 season due to NCAA eligibility rules.
Injury data lifted from: boydsbets.com
Houston Baptist Injury Report
Not Available
What are your "Keys to the Game"?
Who do you think wins?
Do you think the favorite will cover the spread?
Which player(s) are you most interested to watch?
Let's talk football!
To vote in the matchup "who will win poll" simply include the name of the team you think will win enclosed by {} as part of your TOP LEVEL comment discussing the matchup. To change your vote just edit your initial comment to bracket the other team. You can change your vote as often as you like until the GAME THREAD is posted
A full listing of accepted FBS team aliases can be found here.. For FCS teams you will need to use the full name as it appears in the post title.
A listing of links, and live vote totals, to all Match-up Preview threads for the current week can be found HERE.
Like this format? Generate your own "Match-up Discussion Thread" with the Match-up Discussion Thread Generator. Please DM dupreesdiamond with any issues/suggestions regarding this template
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2020.09.25 20:09 GoalmouthScramblePod Ben Dinnery: Live Q&A and Watch Party

This weekend Ben and I are continuing our role as Premier Pundits where we give live breakdowns of matches. You can listen to us whilst the football is on this weekend and get your pressing FPL answers.
Ben will have the most up to date injury news and club insights whereas I will offer data and tactical insights.
Over the next few months we will be running competitions, having special guests and also other fun things for you to join in with!
This weekend we will be watching: Chelsea vs West Brom and Liverpool vs Arsenal plus we will do a mid week show starting next week to get you the answers you need before the deadline.
Download the HotMic App for free using the invite code: BEN1MIC and listen to us alive or whenever you want to catch up.
https://hotmic.io
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