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January 23, 2020

The Fine Print Of Vaccine Inserts

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vaccines have not been tested for

  • mutagenic potential
  • carcinogenic potential
  • impairment of fertility

Notice how you cannot add this video to your private watchlist.

January 10, 2020

Youtube Playlist Retardation

Filed under: jsc — zproxy @ 8:25 pm

It is rather nice to be able to just add a video to your playlist. A year ago, they disabled playlist feature for controversial videos, videos not in line to big government. Today, videos marked for kids, cannot be added to a playlist either. Time to create a user agent playlist feature?

December 28, 2019

NPC World Order

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Whats wrong with this world? Actually, whats wrong with the preople near you? Have you noticed the NPC class has slowly taken over?
No longer are world events discussed among the families, nor is the past or the future.
It is more important than ever, to make sure you just small talk, engage in meaningless mindless chatter, with no lasting effect.

Just make sure you go to work, spend all your time on government projects, pay all the taxes, so you do not have to think when you do come home.
The people in 2020 have little idea what life could be like. They cannot imagine life without government or taxes. The NPC class.

November 27, 2019

The End Of Google Sites

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Server Error

{“error”:”Error in gateway service: [object Object]”}

You can not delete this page because of an unknown error.

There was an error creating your site. Please try again.

{“siteKey”:”…4_r3″,”error”:”There was an error creating your site. Please try again.”}



Google Sites (Classic or Legacy) used to be a cool simple way to create a treeview sidebar enabled html documents.

Starting this week, it seems, google has decided to sabotage the old version, and, deny any support or bug reporting.

The new version seems to be developed by interns, and is not suitable for the same purposes.

Verdict: Avoid google products starting 2020.


Oh. and no, wordpress, i do not like your new block editor either. Get off my grass.

Refused to load the script ‘….js’ because it violates the following Content Security Policy directive: “script-src ‘report-sample’ ‘nonce-nXyZ+yqPzOrPHeiQwS2Y7A’ ‘unsafe-inline’ ‘strict-dynamic’ https: http: ‘unsafe-eval'”. ‘strict-dynamic’ is present, so host-based whitelisting is disabled.

August 22, 2019

1984: Freedom To Travel

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Ideally you would be free to own property. Be it a car.

It would be locally built. Not an import.

It would run on fuel created locally. Not an import.

You would be free from annual insurance, annual drivers license, annual ID card.

You would be free from being stopped for not attending a paid annual check of your property.


We do not live in ideal world. We live in a world, where people think its ok to run the rat race, to import cars, import fuel, pay for renewal of ID, pay for renewal of driver license, pay for extension of the car check.

If you attempt to be free, they will ask for your email and fine you. Then you have to log into a bank with your ID and, pay up. in their printed fiat. For which you would have to work for. If you pay salary. You would have to withhold the taxes.

And. In the end. After you have done all that. You get to go to the beach with your dog.


Atleast the beach is free. And there are no tolls on the road.



Can we track which plalist has which movie?




August 9, 2019

Samsung GearVR 4K

Filed under: tech — zproxy @ 5:24 pm

November 7, 2019
Going forward, all Gear VR apps will need to leverage the Oculus Mobile SDK 1.26.0

Yesterday, Samsung announced its new device, Note 10. It will not have an audio port, it will not have a 4K screen, and it will not do VR.

Samsung seems to have stopped talking about and even selling the GearVR device.

Is this a repeat of google chrome apps or adobe flash?

Facebook Oculus seems to have hidden mentions of GearVR.

As such, will there be a GearVR 4K? Or will the tech be hidden, made comercially unavailable instead?

The general morale among the masses, mindless consumers seems to be entertainment centric, having no interest of the VR tech itself.


Oh and, .net will become .net core, and android attempts to distance from java to kotlin. Crazy times.


I am kinda fed up with having to consume news about Google’s discontinued products.


Soon all that will remain in that space will be Google Cardboard and those are just gimmicks for getting 3D images and low quality VR from an Android phone, and it remains alive only because it costs basically nothing for Google to keep it working.

VR innovation overall is still going on, mostly in Oculus’ camp with the latest 6DOF wireless HMDs (namely the Quest). The other PC players seem to be stuck in 2014, with heavy, complex tethered HMDs that seems as if they will remain a niche market for the foreseeable future.
I hate the “all or nothing” attitude that companies are taking with VR right now.

The main problem is they’re trying to have people play in a 3D environment, i.e. moving and walking around in the virtual space, instead of just having a “sit-down” setup for: first person shooters with a keyboard+mouse or gamepad, driving/racing games, roller coasters, etc. The same games we play today but using a VR headset with head tracking instead of a regular display, giving you a more immersive and natural view of the game world.

A “walking” VR setup requires a whole room, or at the very least a big empty floor area, dedicated to the session. You risk bumping into things, people, pets, etc. And right now there’s a bunch of wires always in the way, etc… It’s too much.

Also, I played Arizona Sunshine a few years ago (yeah okay, only once), and having to point and click at the ground in order to move almost made it less immersive than playing Left 4 Dead 2 on a regular computer.

Putting headset trackers on your desk on each side of the monitor isn’t asking as much. Wires become less of an issue. And without special controllers you stop flaying your arms around, there’s no arms/hands tracking to do… it simplifies the setup and lowers the costs by a lot. Don’t put speakers in the damn thing, most people already own headphones. A less complicated and cheaper setup would mean easier cross-platform support along with cross-brand standards, along with more users, which in turn would mean more supported games.


Axioms Of Barriers: Wayward Pines

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Physically locked into a locality, while the other option is to be locked in temporality.


  • Wayward Pines
  • Truman show
  • They Live
  • Matrix
  • Thirdteenth floor
  • Inception
  • Signal
  • Source Code
  • Dark City
  • Lucy
  • Tron
  • Oblivion
  • Island
  • Cube
  • Elysium
  • Shutter Island
  • Lost
  • ?Vanilla Sky


See also:

August 7, 2019

Samsung Galaxy S7 USB port failure

Filed under: tech — zproxy @ 3:55 pm

So another samsung devices has faulted. This time, the USB port seem to have failed on its own. This device was in service for one single year.

Samsung you suck.

WordPress you suck too for messing with the interface.

December 28, 2018


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December 1, 2018

Google Hangouts Bites The Dust

Filed under: tech — zproxy @ 3:37 am

Back in the day we used to have skype, IRC, ICQ, messenger.

Google Hangouts To Be Shut Down By 2020?

Scott Johnston@happyinwater

2/ So while that will result in the eventual shut down of Hangouts classic (as we now call it), it doesn’t imply we are ending support for the use case supported by the product: messaging and meetings.

September 24, 2018

Inteno Router DG301A-R1 Refuses Wifi Connections

Filed under: tech — zproxy @ 10:25 pm

No errors in router logs, pc logs, nor on android?

Restarting the damn router is not fixing the issue?

Win10 fails with message: checking network requirements.

Radio Rate 144Mbps via mode 802.11g seems to work again?

April 5, 2018


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November 15, 2017

Samsung SSD 840 faults and dissapears

Filed under: tech — zproxy @ 2:40 pm

And just like that its gone. What was on it? Can it be replaced?

Where is the Samsung Disk Copy software? Data Migration

November 10, 2017


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November 1, 2017


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October 29, 2017

S7 USB tethering error

Filed under: tech — zproxy @ 3:24 am

No longer works.

You can tap the setting. But. It will revert back. Sometimes reporting USB tethering error.

On windows a new SAMSUNG Mobile USB Remote NDIS Network Device #2 appears. But no connection seems to be made?

October 18, 2017


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October 7, 2017


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September 22, 2017


Filed under: life — zproxy @ 2:47 pm

Your ceiling needs maintenance as pieces of it had fallen. Your roof tiles are detached and may not survive snow or rain much longer.

Instead, to your son, you speak about going for a vacation.

Whats the proper disciplinary response?

September 17, 2017

S7 has green vertical line on screen

Filed under: tech — zproxy @ 1:42 am

Whats that about? Screen glitching out on its own? Turn it off and then what?

On boot its there again. Line fades away if only blue is displayed.

9 days later. Another line apperas. S7 edge has 2 green lines. Will it become a paperweight?




The green line you are seeing is the digitizer….if it were pixels it would be in only one square on the screen. The layers between the lid and the digitizer will sometimes get stuck together in a spot that has been touched…once it is stuck together it forms the green lines all the way down the length of the screen
Playing some games where you have to repeatedly touch or hold the screen can add to this issue…there is no fix other than replacing the digitizer…sorry for the bad news

Open your phone keypad and type: *#0*#
After you have typed in the code, the service menu opens automatically. In the top row you will find three different tiles: Red, Green, Blue
Tap all three tiles (separately) and check on the display with the eye whether a pixel errors exist. A pixel error occurs as a dark spot.

Its a hardware fault with AMOLED panel. It needs replacement. Otherwise display goes dead after some time.

August 29, 2017

S7 audio jack loose

Filed under: tech — zproxy @ 11:19 pm

The S7 edge audio cable does not want to stay in. It still works if it isn’t touched. Device buyback value is 230EUR.

Drove a wire into it to clean it. Stopped working for a moment. Now somewhat operational. Yikes.

August 26, 2017

This video may not be added to a playlist.

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August 21, 2017

Order vs Command

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Note 2 Screen Busted

Filed under: tech — zproxy @ 12:20 am

After a fall from a table the screen is busted from one corner. No cracks. Just bleeding blue and black. DEAD.



July 25, 2017

Flash For Browsers Discontinued

Filed under: tech — zproxy @ 8:19 pm

Back in 2007 flash was the new cool thing. The ultimate media element within HTML applications. A pre compiled and packaged module of an application. In 2011 flash was enabled on the new flagship Samsung Galaxy S1, with FM radio and sdcard. Today, Adobe confirmed, their one man support team still working on it, will no longer be needed as of 2020.

Cannot trust vaporware can we.

With the news today regarding Flash Player, I’m sure many of you have questions regarding AIR and its future roadmap. Let me start by saying that today’s announcement was not about AIR, and instead focuses entirely on Flash Player and the browser plugin environment. Adobe remains committed to AIR and we believe it continues to be a great desktop and mobile development platform.

May 26, 2017

Watching in GearVR

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May 22, 2017

UK 360

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April 12, 2017

CPT 180

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March 15, 2017

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March 12, 2017

DMT Elves

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3h in


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