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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on July 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    How to Let Your PS4 Download Games When You’re Away 

    One of the cooler features of the PlayStation 4 (PS4) is the ability to download your games without having to use the system. Instead, you can control this feature from your phone, so you don’t even need to get out of bed to get the latest games. It’s a handy way to save you the time and energy by ensuring that all those mammoth system updates and game downloads are done just in time for you to simply sit in front of the TV and start playing.

    With more and more games going digital, and file sizes not getting any smaller, this is getting to be more and more important, so you’ll want to make use of automatic downloads. This is all you need to do to ensure your PS4 is working to get those updates even while you’re away.

    Go to Settings.Select Power Saving Settings.Choose Set Functions Available in Stand By mode 4. Here you will need to tick Connect to the Internet. On doing so you can tick Enable Turning On of PS4 from Network.

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on January 31, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    How Not to Lose Your Shirt When You're Under Federal Investigation 

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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on January 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    You're Using That Paper Toilet-Seat Cover Wrong 

    Leigh AndersonFriday 9:30amFiled to: ToiletsHygienePersonal Hygiene2896EditSend to EditorsPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on January 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Create a Family Pet Contract So You're Not Stuck With All the Dirty Work  

    Lilledeshan BoseFriday 2:38amFiled to: petschildrenpet contractkidsparenting171EditSend to EditorsPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on December 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Use “The Story I Am Making Up…” When You’re Feeling Upset With Someone 

    Leigh AndersonYesterday 11:30amFiled to: RelationshipsanxietySocial anxietybrene brown514EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on October 17, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    How To Stop Working When You're Off The Clock 

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    A few weeks ago I ended up going camping in rural Idaho for a few days. Purely by accident, the trip ended up being the first time I’ve truly disconnected for any significant period of time from the internet in probably 10 years.

    Smartphones and readily-available WiFi have made it so we’re always connected to the world. That’s amazing, until you’re trying to take a vacation and forget about work for a few days, or frankly just enjoy a Tuesday night at home. To do that, Art Markman, Professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin, has a few suggestions. He wrote about a few of them this week in the Harvard Business Review.

    Think About What You’re Doing Instead of Work

    When you’re away from the office, there’s a little bit of FOMO that comes into play regarding what you’re missing out on while you’re gone. What if you miss an important email? Or someone really needs your input in a proposal? Clearly, you should check your email obsessively while you’re sitting on the beach just in case. Except no you shouldn’t.

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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    A Newsletter to Remind Creative Workers: You're Not Alone 

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    Everyone who works in a creative field, or wants to, should subscribe to the monthly newsletter Three Cents. In each issue, writer and editor Manjula Martin writes three brief essays and lists some well-curated links about creative work. It’s helpful for learning industry norms and expectations, and it’s a great way for freelancers and work-from-home creatives to feel less isolated.

    Some highlights from the ten past issues:

    Martin goes to the opera in Venice and learns about La Traviata and theater arson.A financial breakdown of how much Martin made from Scratch, and how much she spent on it.Iggy Pop worries about money.

    Martin is also the editor of the book Scratch: Writers, Money, and the Art of Making a Living and founder of the freelancer database

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  • jkabtech 5:51 pm on July 21, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Datomic: this is not the history you're looking for 

    Val on Programming: Datomic: this is not the history you’re looking for Toggle navigation Val on Programming Home Archives About RSS July 8, 2017 Datomic: this is not the history you’re looking for A Datomic refresherThe problem by examplesProblem 1: accessing revisions of documentsProblem 2: computing time seriesTaking a step back: event time vs recording timeWhat are Datomic historical features good for then?Summary

    In this post, I’ll describe some common pitfalls regarding the use of the ‘time-travel’ features of Datomic (db.asOf(), db.history(), :db/txInstant).

    We’ll see that, unlike what many people think when they start using Datomic, these historical features of Datomic are not so useful for implementing custom time-travel features in the business logic of applications – rather for generic database-related tasks.

    I’ll then try to describe the distinction between ‘event time’ and ‘recording time’, which is my analysis of what Datomic historical features essentially represent.

    A Datomic refresher

    These are what I call the ‘time-travel features’ of Datomic in this post:db.asOf() lets you obtain a past version of the database at any point in timedb.history() gives you a view off all the datoms (i.e facts) ever added to your database, even if they’ve been retracted since then:db/txInstant annotates every transaction (i.e ‘write’) with the time at which it was processed.Essentially, these features give you access to the past versions of the database – not just the present one. This makes it very tempting to use them for applications that need to provide time-related features of their own. As we’ll see, this approach comes with significant caveats.

    The problem by examplesProblem 1: accessing revisions of documents

    Imagine for instance you’re implementing some blogging platform on top of Datomic, and you want to give users the ability to view every past version of a blog post. Instinctively, since you’re using Datomic, you’d want to reach out to db.asOf() for this task:

    (defn get-blog-post-as-of “Given a database value

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  • jkabtech 1:51 am on July 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    If You're a Top Performer, Get on Your Coworkers' Good Side 

    Patrick AllanFriday 2:30pmFiled to: WorkOfficeoffice gpsCareercoworkersStudiesreports543EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink

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  • jkabtech 12:01 am on June 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    If you’re reading this, it’s not too late to change your LinkedIn password 

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