Well that's worrying.
Due to the short-sightedness of the consortium back in 2009, pretty much every phone on the planet is vulnerable to this hack. I'm sure people like the NSA and ASIO/ASIS/DSD must have been having a field day.
I used to use copperhead os on my nexus 6p, so grateful to Daniel Micay for his work. Now running grapheneOS on my pixel 2. Up until now was running it stock with no google account signed in getting apps from f-droid and using yalp store to scrape apks for needed apps. So far so good. Perfectly stable. Also found an alternative to yalp store called Aurora Store. If you have a supported phone or are able to contribute check it out.
#2200 "Unreachable State"
ERROR: We've reached an unreachable state. Anything is possible. The limits were in our heads all along. Follow your dreams.
There's a particular reason why the AWI has now become involved: the experts have employed a new and, to date, little-used method to model the climate—a so-called "unstructured grid", which in terms of climate research amounts to a mini revolution. This allows the individual grid elements to be scaled down—to roughly ten kilometres—for certain selected regions.
Crops under solar panels can be a win-win
Moment of clarity: someone should make an #Android app which scans washing tags and provides a list of instructions...
Don't you hate it when *this* happens?
"Fidel Castro's crocodile bites man at Swedish aquarium
A man has been hospitalised after he was bitten by a crocodile that once belonged to Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
The man, in his 70s, had been attending a crayfish party at the Skansen Aquarium in Stockholm on Tuesday.
According to police, the man had his "arm on the wrong side of the security glass" when he was bitten."
Eventful morning: part 4 (last episode)
6. Firmly but calmly ask kid to play in kid's room. (Wife wakes up, realizes something is going on)
7. Back to kitchen, clean up on countertop. Wife cleans soap off of appliances and chair.
9. Mop the floor & repeat with new water five times before bubbles are gone. Wife makes coffee.
11. Sit down in couch with kid and have a long pedagogical talk.
12. Update kitchen hazard prevention plan.
13. Wife points out that coffee tastes soapy.
Eventful morning: part 3
9. The chair is covered in foam and so is the kitchen floor.
10. A soaking wet beam detector (also assumed to be our of reach for even the most adventurous 3yo) lies in a foamy puddle.
I put on my grumpy face and initiate the hazard management program:
1. Remove kid from kitchen
2. Move wet items to sink
3. Grab a wash cloth
4. Notice a trail of soapy footprints leading away from kitchen (!)
5. Put kid in tub and wash thoroughly.
Eventful morning: part 2
3. Spray bottle which I filled with dishing soap about a week ago, now only containing bubbles.
4. A half eaten crisp bread (not so crisp anymore due to )
5. My favorite recipe collection, several pages about to fall out, the others soaking wet.
6. A raised part of the counter has a foamy puddle.
7. Bread kneading machine (unplugged) drenched in foamy water.
8. A kitchen knife (!) removed from its stand and easily within arms reach from kid.
Eventful morning: part 1
Woke up to the cries of a 3yo in need: "go down!". Forced myself out of bed, made a quick scan of the living room: nothing.
Came into the kitchen to find:
1. A tall chair next to the kitchen counter and my kid sitting on the counter top.
2. An open jar of cookies, skillfully removed from to shelf (I'd assumed this to be far out of reach even if said kid would manage to climb the counter)
Final try before it ends up in the trash:
1) paint over the address sticker with permanent marker
2) cover any suspicious barcodes (permanent marker again)
3) cover the remaining white space on the front of the letter with a long but polite message, asking the postal service to return the letter to the sender.
Hopefully this will confuse the robots enough for this letter to require the attention of an actual human :-)
I keep getting the same letters addressed to a former resident.
The first time I simply crossed over the address. The postal service simply put a new address sticker over my changes and sent it back to me.
The second time i added a note saying the addressee has moved and crossed out the address. Fast forward three days and the letter of back in my mailbox, a new address sticker on top of the old one (!)
Former lecturer/researcher specializing in atmosphere/ocean modeling, natural hazards and disasters. Currently working full time as a teacher. Mostly toots about vegetables.
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