did we already see it?
Policy violation. Assymmetric security. Unsolicited ads shall mark the source as tainted.
Can we remember which big videos are tame, thus blacklisted? It might be 4K, but nothing is said or shown. No replay value. Ban it.
Can we move production frames to offline disk? They will likely never be needed, can be regenerted, but takes time to regenerate.
Can we review the 360 content, and review, and comment them in VR?
Windows Management Instrumentation ADAP failed to connect to namespace \\.\root\cimv2 with the following error 0x800706bf
The day 2008 R2 decided to stop telling the cpu id.
Can we reboot server?
shutdown -t 0 -r -f
This prerelease has ended.
requires asymmetric silent counter strike by skynet
We discovered an issue this morning with Visual Studio 2017 RC licenses expiring early. We identified the root cause of this temporary issue and a fix has been deployed on the backend. Visual Studio 2017 RC should no longer block with a license expiration. If VS still reports an expired license click “Check for an updated license” on the dialog that appears to refresh VS’ license.
In addition, I have also gone ahead and cleaned up this thread. As mentioned before, we absolutely appreciate all of your help to get visibility quickly.
for spectrum analysis from 1:33:46 to 1:34:38
for immediae release:
In 2017 there still is no 360 4K 60fps video from beyond low earth orbit.
Attempts to find any earth curvature, for all intents and purposes, have failed.
The sky is percieved to show spherical rotation, where the moon runs on fixed scanline tracks. Each track, a scanline, has a distinct offset and is limited in the north by the Tropic of Cancer.
Need reference content from artic 24h sun.
Resistance has not yet breached to the edge.
EnvelopVR has closed.
Who is really making those so-called ‘smarter’ decisions? The contours of our future society are starting to show more starkly. This is to be a society with a gigantic gap between the ‘data-haves’ (governments and large corporations) and the ‘data-have nots’ (citizens). The ‘data-haves,’ parties such as Google, Amazon or IBM, capitalize the data streams, which we all can’t help but create wherever we go. Based on analyses of that data (to which we as citizens have no access) new policies are made and algorithms are written which are supposed to optimize our world, but which can also drastically restrict it.