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2023.05.29 13:11 MargaretsHill Cognitive Collaboration Market to reach US $4,235.8 million by 2028 - Global Insights on Size, Key Trends, Competitive Landscape, COVID-19 Impact Analysis, Growth Drivers, and Future Prospect: Adroit Market Research
2023.05.29 13:11 maniacGuys For sale
2023.05.29 13:11 walk_walk_walk_ Advice on how to incorporate a living and eating area in my living space in new studio?
2023.05.29 13:11 confused-amigo Final 2 perks, which would be best?
Any advice on this brother's final 2 perks?
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2023.05.29 13:11 Beelinksupport How to Choose Between AMD 7840HS and 7940HS
The AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS and AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS are both AMD Ryzen 7040 series processors released in the first quarter of 2023. The former belongs to the Ryzen 9 series, and the latter belongs to the Ryzen 7 series. While Ryzen 9 is designed to deliver higher performance, the two processors actually have almost identical specifications: both incorporate 8 Zen 4 CPU cores, 16 threads, 16MB L3 cache, and 8MB L2 cache. They are also the first two processors to feature an RDNA 3 iGPU.
The integrated graphics card found in the 7840HS and 7940HS processors is called Radeon 780M, which incorporates 12 RDNA3 GPU cores as well as a video engine with AV1 de- and encoding support. Currently, the Radeon 780M is the fastest iGPU in the market.
Let's look at the key differences between the Ryzen 9 7940HS and Ryzen 7 7840HS.
| ||CPU || |
|Model ||AMD Ryzen™ 9 7940HS ||AMD Ryzen™ 7 7840HS |
|Release Date ||Jan, 4th, 2023 ||Jan, 4th, 2023 |
|Codename ||Phoenix (Zen 4) ||Phoenix (Zen 4) |
|Cores ||8 ||8 |
|Threads ||16 ||16 |
|Frequency ||4.0 - 5.2 GHz ||3.8 - 5.1 GHz |
|L3 Cache ||16MB ||16MB |
|Technology ||4nm ||4nm |
|Default TDP ||35 - 54W ||35 - 54W |
| ||Internal Graphics || |
|GPU ||Radeon 780M ||Radeon 780M |
|GPU frequency ||2800MHz ||2700MHz |
|Execution units ||12CU ||12CU |
In terms of CPU specifications, the 7940HS is 0.2GHz higher than 7840HS in base frequency, and only 0.1GHz higher in max boost frequency. On the graphics front, the two chips feature the same exact iGPU, with the same number of execution units. The only difference on paper is the 0.1GHz gap in GPU frequency.
From the sheet above, we can see clearly that 7940HS and 7840HS are identical in key specifications, but how about their performance？
We have run numerous benchmark tests on the two processors at different TDPs. 65W 7840HS VS 65W 7940HS
| ||Benchmark || |
|Model ||AMD Ryzen™ 7 7840HS ||AMD Ryzen™ 9 7940HS |
|TDP ||65W ||65W |
|CPU-Z (Single-Core) ||685.9 ||686.4 |
|CPU-Z (Multi-Core) ||6930.3 ||7251.4 |
|Cinebench R20 ||6643 ||6736 |
|Geekbench 5 (Single-Core) ||1989 ||2013 |
|Geekbench 5 (Multi-Core) ||11990 ||12362 |
Conclusion: According to the test results, the two chips were returned identical scores in CPU-Z single-core test. In Geekbench 5, The 7940HS scored just 1% higher than the 7840HS in CPU single-core performance, and 3% in multi-core performance. The differences are quite small. 65W 7840HS VS 54W 7940HS
| ||Benchmark || |
|Model ||AMD Ryzen™ 7 7840HS ||AMD Ryzen™ 9 7940HS |
|TDP ||65W ||54W |
|CPU-Z (Single-Core) ||685.9 ||691.6 |
|CPU-Z (Multi-Core) ||6930.3 ||6848.3 |
|Cinebench R20 ||6643 ||6448 |
|Geekbench 5 (Single-Core) ||1989 ||1995 |
|Geekbench 5 (Multi-Core) ||11990 ||11979 |
Conclusion: In the CPU-Z single-core test, the 7940HS (54W) scored 5.7 points higher than the 7840HS (65w), the gap is less than 1%. In Geekbench 5 CPU single-core test, the 7940HS (54W) scored only 6 more points than the 7840HS (65W), but the gap is only 0.3%.
However, the 7840HS (65W) handily beats the 7940HS (54W) in terms of multi-core performance, as the former scored 82 more points in CPU-Z multi-core test, 11 more points in Geekbench 5 CPU multi-core test, and most surprisingly, 195 more points in Cinebench R20.
*Cinebench R20 evaluates the CPU performance of a computer by rendering a complex 3D image with only the CPU cores.
As the numbers indicate, the Ryzen 7 7840HS, with its TDP configured at 65W, could perform significantly better than the Ryzen 9 7940HS at 54W.
Finally, let's look at the benchmark comparison of the Ryzen 7 7840HS (65W) and Ryzen 9 7940HS (45W). 65W 7840HS VS 45W 7940HS
| ||Benchmark || |
|Model ||AMD Ryzen™ 7 7840HS ||AMD Ryzen™ 9 7940HS |
|TDP ||65W ||45W |
|CPU-Z (Single-Core) ||685.9 ||693.1 |
|CPU-Z (Multi-Core) ||6930.3 ||6529.1 |
|Cinebench R20 ||6643 ||6071 |
|Geekbench 5 (Single-Core) ||1989 ||2018 |
|Geekbench 5 (Multi-Core) ||11990 ||11472 |
Conclusion: The 7840HS (45W) outperformed the 7940HS (45W) in nearly every benchmark, the gap in Cinebench R20 was even larger than 10%!
Some folks find it difficult to make a choice between the 7840HS and the 7940HS. Our recommendation is that you should compare the differences in both performance and price. There is no point in paying more on a PC with a 7940HS chip configured at 45W or 54W when you can get more performance out of a cheaper PC with a 65W 7840HS processor.
Based on the test results listed above, it is clear that increasing the TDP will have a huge positive impact on unleashing the performance of high-end processor.
In short, Ryzen 9 7940HS and Ryzen 7 7840HS are both excellent processors that pack enormous horsepower. However, it is important for you to consider your budget and your needs when choosing one chip over the other. Furthermore, it’s also necessary to give some thoughts to heat dissipation, as top processors need top cooling technology to achieve the best performance possible, and some products definitely do better than others in this area.
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2023.05.29 13:11 Razor488 Net/mat recommendations for indoor driving range?
I want to build a driving range setup where I can get practice reps at home to work on what I learn from golf lessons. I have a space in an upstairs game room that is approximately 10 ft in width, 10 ceiling, and as deep as 21 feet.
I was looking at either the Garmin R10 or the MLM2Pro so I need approximately 7 feet from behind the hitting zone and then 8 feet to the net for the device to track the shots.
I was looking at the Net Return Pro golf package but $1,400 seems like so much money just for a net and hitting mat. Are there comparable options that are more cost-efficient?
Please let me know if you have any net/mat combos to recommend for a setup like this. A few other questions I have:
- If a net is 3 ft deep (like the net return pro), do I need side netting if I'm hitting from 8 feet away?
- What net height do I need to hit wedges from 8 feet?
- From a software and hardware standpoint, what would I need in addition to the Garmin R10 to capture rear and front video of my swing?
- Are there any budget monitors that will tell you where your club bottomed out in relation to the ball?
- Should I consider something other than the Garmin R10 or MLM2Pro?
Thanks in advance for any recommendations to help with this build!
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2023.05.29 13:10 SrijanK Hedera Governing Council - mapping based on Hedera's GC criteria and new member ideas
Inspired by u/TroyST8
's comment on this post
, I decided to map out the current council members based on the criteria provided by Hedera in their council overview document
The four criteria that Hedera mentions are: * One or more members from each of the 11 Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) sectors; companies in Fortune 500 for their region * One or more members that are universities ranked in top 10 for their region (either overall or for computer science or economics) * One or more members that are leading international NGOs * Three or more members from each global region: NA, SA, EMEA, APAC
Sharing the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) sectors for reference: Energy Materials Industrials Consumer Discretionary Consumer Staples Health Care Financials Information Technology Communication Services Utilities Real Estate
Based on this context, I have mapped out the current council members to identify the current status and potential members that we can expect. Please refer to the working file here
for details.) Summarizing key observations:
* As one would expect, the council has significantly more representation in the following sectors: Financials, and Information Technology (7 members currently for each of the sector). * This is followed by Communication Services with 4 members and Consumer Discretionary with 2 members (LG and Magalu). Materials, Industrials, and Utilities sectors have 1 reprensative each. (Avery Dennison, Boeing, and EDF respectively) * Hedera has assigned a different sector (not part of the GICS classification) for the following three companies: Dentons and DLA Piper have been classified as Professional Services
, while Ubisoft has been classified as Gaming and Entertainment
. * The Council currently has no representation for the following sectors: Energy, Consumer Staples, Healthcare, and Real Estate. This was acknowledged at the December GC meeting
, wherein Simon Olson and Bill Miller (co-chairs of Membership Committee) mentioned that companies in the Healthcare and Energy space will be prioritized. Given the relatively low member representation, I would expect new development in the Consumer Staples and Real Estate space as well. * I would expect a leading international NGO to join the Hedera Governing Council soon based on Criteria 3: one or more members that are leading international NGOs.
* In terms of region-wise spread of members - EMEA has the highest representation with 10 members, followed by North America and APAC with 9 members each. * South America currently has only one representation on the Council - Magalu. As each global region (among NA, SA, EMEA, APAC) is required to have at least three members, we can expect new members from South America to join the council soon.
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2023.05.29 13:10 walk_walk_walk_ Advice on how to incorporate a living + eating space in my “living room” area in studio?
2023.05.29 13:10 Janbaka 2023 IIHF World Championship Attendance
- Total attendance: 441,885 (Attendace per game 6,904)
- Tampere: 275,230 (8,095)
- Riga: 166,655 (5,555)
Previous tournaments hosted by Finland or Latvia (not including 2021 due to Covid restrictions):
|Year ||Host Country ||Total Attendance ||Attendance per game |
|1997 ||Finland ||526,172 ||10,119 |
|2003 ||Finland ||449,193 ||8,021 |
|1991 ||Finland ||310,627 ||7,765 |
|2012 ||Finland & Sweden ||451,054 ||7,048 |
|2013 ||Sweden & Finland ||427,818 ||6,685 |
|2006 ||Latvia ||324,794 ||5,799 |
|2022 ||Finland ||356,955 ||5,577 |
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2023.05.29 13:09 youssefhusseinn First time solo travel
I'm traveling to Bangkok alone for 10 days in about two months. It's my first time traveling.
Can you suggest some nice cheap hotels to stay in? I don't care about it being luxury, all I need is a good place to sleep, other than that I will be roaming the city, discovering the markets, trying food and so on.
I do not know the names of the areas that are good to visit, where should I try and find a hotel and so on.
Also, what would be a good budget? For night partying, massage parlors, gogo bars, and so on.
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2023.05.29 13:09 Ok-Tumbleweed-8176 My (late) mom wrote a book about my abusive ndad
I’m the 42 yr old daughter of an ndad. I’ve been NC with ndad for almost 2 years and it’s been the best 2 years of my life. This community has been incredibly helpful in my healing process. I haven’t made any substantive posts here yet, but there are a few that have been brewing for several months. I think now is a good time to actually write them out and post them. The first is about my mom’s written accounts of ndad’s narcissistic abuse on our family.
My mom died in 2015, before I knew anything about narcissistic abuse and while I was still completely gaslit by my ndad and still believed a lot of his smear campaign against her. I very much wish she was still around to discuss all the damage ndad inflicted on our whole family. Mom was a writer, though, and I have her journals and published works from the final 20 years of her life. I’ve studied them carefully over the past 2 years and they’re helpful in confirming that ndad was definitely abusive and it’s not “all in my head”.
Several pieces of mom’s writing would probably be worthwhile to share in this forum, but the one I’ll start with is a snippet from a novel she published when I was about 20 years old. The book is based on a factual account of my family’s lives up until that point in time (2002), and then it shifts into a dramatic murdemystery story about an imagined future for our characters, including a tasty revenge plot against ndad. Satisfying revenge aside, several of the factual portions have been very eye opening and helpful for me in understanding the way mom conceptualized what was happening in our family.
I’ll start by quoting the text, and then share my thoughts about it. (Note: All our names were changed in the book, so I’m not redacting them because they’re pseudonyms. My mom is the narrator, I’m “Stacy”, ndad is “Randall”, and my younger sister is “Shea”.) "As Stacy grew into a young teen, I could sense a major problem growing in my household. Randall was threatened by Stacy's intellect and would stifle her voice when she would assert an opinion contrary to his. His method of stifling was to glare at her with an angry stare, his eyes bugging out of their sockets, a vein popping out of his forehead, and then holler at her in a belittling and disrespectful way. This would send Stacy fleeing from the dinner table in tears of anger and embarrassment. I was thoroughly disgusted that a grown man would try to weaken his daughter's self-development, including her need to examine society and herself. Stacy wasn't surprised when I left her father. My mistake was that I didn't have him removed from my home, but rather fled in fear of my safety. He had discovered I was having an affair with Dante. I went to my brother's house, and while I stayed there Randall was using Stacy as his counselor. He gave her intimate details of our love life and read her my journal involving intimate details of my love affair with Dante. Stacy later told me that it made her sick every time her father would ask her to take a ride in the car with him. During those rides he would sob and tell her disturbing details of adult life at its worst. I still feel guilty, to this day, for not having been there to protect both of my daughters from the worst kind of abuse that their own father was perpetuating, to his total ignorance. Shea was told that I didn't want my old family anymore. Stacy was told the same, and given a vulgar picture of her mother. The girls were 10 and 15 at the time, and I should have kicked the bas\
*** out of the house with a court order rather than turning and running on my own behalf. God forgive me for my selfishness."*
Here’s what stands out to me about the piece:
- The description of ndad’s rage face. It’s burned into my memory and she describes it perfectly. It also resembles how I’ve heard many other people describe narcissists’ facial expressions.
- Mom’s description of my emotions as “anger and embarrassment”. It’s apt, but I’d also add fear, confusion, shock, and humiliation to the mix. I rarely knew what would set him off at that time in my life. It always felt like stepping on a land mine or something.
- The car rides. I’d forgotten about (blocked?) them until I read this. They were awful.
- I’m pretty sure ndad using me as a “counselor” and reading me explicit contents from mom’s journals would be considered a form of covert incest… can anyone confirm whether I’m thinking about that correctly?
- I share mom’s wish that she’d kicked him out instead of running and only saving herself. (Ultimately, she didn’t truly save herself - her downfall after leaving the family was a pretty horrific spiral until her death thanks to a lifetime of n-abuse first by her parents, then by my ndad, and finally by 2 more npartners.)
- I find it interesting that mom didn’t play the “traditional” role of enabler in our family. This led to a lot of confusion for me as I untangled the truth about my dysfunctional family system and tried to figure out what role everyone played. Turns out ndad’s mother who was our nanny and “housekeeper” played that role. It’s almost like mom and I played the roles of dual scapegoats. Is that possible? Has anyone else experienced a dynamic like that?
Again, I appreciate this community very much, and if mom were still around I suspect she’d be an active participant in RBN too. I’d love to hear any thoughts you might have, especially on #4 and #6. Thanks so much.
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2023.05.29 13:09 kukusek Loan report 29.05. 22-23 Summary. Not yet championship edition.
Okaaay, so we're still shaking after the game, and already shaking before next season. Time to wrap things up.
Let's start with the Ladies team, they finished 6th and deserve some recognition. I don't follow WSL much, so i'll help myself with BBC Sport Emma Sanders quote:
"Their form dipped in the final few months and they still lack consistency but given they were fighting relegation last year, this can be viewed as a very successful campaign and they have solid foundations to build on. "
Also worth noting, our Women's team played their last game away at City, were losing 3:0 but still managed to scare them by going 3:2, knowing these 3 points don't matter to our place in the table. Their lost their last game of the season but put up a fair fight.
First full season under Leighton Baines ended at 4th place in the Under-18 Premier League North.
“For our lads, the development comes before the winning,” he said. “The winning still has to matter because they’re getting older and closer to the real game. We create that environment on a Saturday as balanced as we can. We work on certain things during the week and we’re willing to practise them on the weekend, even if it may be to a detriment of the potential outcome.
“At the same time, the kids play football, and they want to win. We’re not trying to create an overly sanitised environment where they don’t know how to win and where they don’t know how to play under pressure. We find a balance of those two things. What I’ve been blessed with this year, is that the lads have built a really strong bond and team spirit. I think that’s been reflected in some of those comeback performances and the ability to dig in." - Leighton words on his first coaching season. https://www.evertonfc.com/news/3340734/baines-reflects-on-impressive-maiden-year-as-a-coach
Since last report - Two draws against MU, draw against Newcastle, and a home win vs Stoke.
Also our u19 team played at Nawi Mumbai PL Next gen cup last two weeks, in which their ended third in their group and lost their playoff game to go further. Some games were played in 37'C heat.
Youngsters finished eight in the PL2 _ Division 1. What is more impressive, they managed to get to quarterfinals in the PL International Cup, beaten by the final winners PSV Eindhoven U21, and to 1/16 in both PL Cup and EFL Trophy(beaten by Senior Lincoln team). That was first Paul Tait season as U21 coach. Results went downwards after the january transfer window, when Tom Cannon went on loan, and Joe Anderson and Seb Quirk joined Sunderland and Accrington Stanley on permament transfers. Some words from the coach:
“It gave the boys a lot of confidence they could go on and play men’s football,” he explained. “The likes of Tom Cannon, Joe Anderson and Seb Quirk all got good moves
“Tom played against these experienced players in the Papa John’s and then went on to have a really successful loan spell at Preston North End.”
“It was a huge transition between January and March," he added. "Players went out and we needed replacements, but I felt we found our feet again towards the end of the season.
“It’s not easy for some of the Under-18s transitioning through. They can find the jump hard, but they’ve done well. We’ve had lads like Owen Barker, Halid Djankpata and Roman Dixon coming through and impressing.
“Roman joined us in the past few weeks and knows the level that is required now. It’s important for these players to experience it. Ishe Samuels-Smith has been with us since the start and has been brilliant, as have Katia Kouyate and Francis Okoronkwo.”
Since last loan report: Win and loss against Leicester, and Loss away vs Arsenal.
João Virgínia (SC Cambuur) - Last time on the bench - 21.04 - since then probably they were sure of the relegation and preferred their own players. Joao last game played was 21.01 and it was a bad one. Then he was benched, and changing of manager didn't help him either. Even when new first choice keeper made multiple blunders, manager kept with him. Contracted till 2024
Andre Gomes (Lille OSC) - He found his place and a manager that uses him well. Lille sits 4th which grants them Europe league, with one round to play next week. They have to win with already relegated Troyes, otherwise they might fall even to 6th. Andre Played 5 matches from the 7 Lille played since last report - 3 wins and 2 draw. One loss and win without Andre. To end it on a happy note, here are some highlights, with two goals as beautiful as Andre is. Recommended !
Contracted till 2024 https://youtu.be/MQMj43reBmM
- Andre bangers!
Jarrad Branthwaite (PSV Eindhoven) - He's the hope for us, won the Cup, and ended second with PSV Eindhoven. After a rough start he became a natural starter. PSV would love to keep him, but they would have to break all the banks in Netherland. Contracted till 2025
Since last report: 7 games, all with Jarrad. 6 wins, 1 draw against Heerenveen, PSV last home game(That wasn't a great game by Jarrad, but that happens). https://youtu.be/g3hrvYMxB4M
- Cup Final with Jarrad OG. Keeping Ajax in check was never meant to be easy. Love his sprint around 1:25 to provide support though.
Niels Nkounkou (Saint-Etienne) - That's our Second French league hot cake, and definitely not a fullback. ASSE is 10th with one game to go, and still can finish form 12 to 6th. They were dancing with relegation zone when he came there. I wonder what comes next for this guy. 6 goals 7 assists since january. https://youtu.be/u1F3QCWb9R8
- assist vs Guingamp https://youtu.be/Rhso0dEBgnM
- goal Vs Metz
Dele Alli (Beşiktaş JK) - Last involvement in football - 26.02 match against Antalayaspor. For more news visit Celebrities rumours section of some shady journo outlet. Contracted till 2024. Ughh
Jean-Philipe Gbamin (Trabzonspor) - At least he's still involved in football, played in 4th of 5 matches since the last report. Always subbed on in the last 20 minutes. Two rounds to go. No idea about what to do with guy, but at least he's on the field sometimes. Contracted till 2024
Thomas Cannon (Preston North End) - After a great spell, with a lot of goals scored, there comes a slump. From 5 last games, PNE lost 4, and drew 1. Tom scored one goal in this time, against Swansea, but it meant nothing in the end (4:2 loss). PNE buried the small chance it had of getting to playoffs and finished 12th. 8 goals and 1 assist since January. His contract is valid till 2025. https://youtu.be/n785ACurXI0
- goal against Swansea
Lewis Dobbin (Derby County) - Derby really lost their way at the end and landed in 7th place. Dobbin always played the role of a fresh energy sub, but didn't get an goal or an assist since the end of february. This season numbers: 3 goals, 1 penalty won, 4 assists. + one goal in a EFL Trophy, and one assist in a cup. He has a contract till 2025.
Lewis Warrington (Fleetwood Town) - 2 Wins, 2 losses, one draw since last report, all with Lewis playing. In terms of game time per season - clear winner, he missed only a few games. As a midfielder playing under Scott Brown, he surely learned something. Only one assist to his name, but also no red cards and no errors, and he mostly plays as the last midfielder, screening defence. Fleetwood Town ended season in 13th place. He could find a loan in the championship next year. Contracted till 2024
Ryan Astley (Accrington Stanley) - Haven't played since february, kept out by injuries. When healthy, played all the games he could. Accrington Stanley are relegated to League Two now, but i can see them, or even some League One club wanting him to play if healthy. He's out of contract this summer. Seb Quirk joined him and penned a deal with AS this january.
Lewis Gibson (Bristol Rovers) - I'm happy to finally see this kid play some football without injury. When he showed his quality, he quickly became a starter for BR, playing as CB and occasionally as LB. They ended 17th(5 losses and 2 draws since last report), and could sign him permamently as he's out of contract this summer. Surely some League One club will go for him.
Tyler Onyango (Forest Green Rovers) - He had to fight for his place during the Burton Albion loan, and played not regularly under Dino. Then he(with Everton club) took a gamble and sent him to Forest Green Rovers, to play under Big Dunc he knew very well. No one could have predicted the injury that kept him out after playing just 3 games for the Green team. Fun fact - Burton Albion fought against relegation when he was there, and they ended 15th, but Forest Green Rovers ended being relegated from the last place. He's 20y.o. contracted till 2025.
Harry Tyrer (Chester) - The National League North Team of the Season 2022/23
"The Everton loanee has had quite the season down CH1. Recruited last summer on a season-long deal, Tyrer was quick to show his key attributes.
His dominance inside the box was clear for all to see, as was his remarkable shot stopping. His distribution isn’t bad either – that assist for Kurt Willoughby’s winner at home to Bradford (PA) springs to mind!
A fan favourite from day one, his signature dive into the Chester fans after away victories became a highlight on the road. A record of 21 clean sheets in his 55 appearances isn’t bad either.
Harry evidently has a bright future in the game and has been a credit to the Blues both on and off the pitch – he will always be fondly remembered at the Deva." - Chester FC
Chester sadly lost against Brackley 0:1 in the promotion playoffs.
Harry has contract with the club till 2025 Thank You guys. Sorry for being chaotic, but with the relegation battle going on i couldn't focus on doing these regularly. It's gonna be a hard next season, but i look forward to how our academy will look like next year as changes made under Thelwell should be more evident.
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2023.05.29 13:09 Yorgh-Drakeblood Finally got C2!
2023.05.29 13:09 walk_walk_walk_ Could someone please give me some advice on furniture layout for my new studio?
Specifically, wondering how I can incorporate a living area + eating area in the main room. Thank you!!
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2023.05.29 13:08 tootwotoys Baybee Premium Automatic Electric Baby Swing Cradle
2023.05.29 13:08 Cordeceps Larvesta after only 10 eggs!
2023.05.29 13:08 Spade6sic6 Social Mobility and Professional Opportunities are Inherently Stifled under American Capitalism
The rhetoric surrounding the supposed meritocracy that is the capitalist system is inherently flawed in its availability to those who live under the system.
For instance, if a business with 12 workers suddenly has an availability for a new managesupervisor position, then that would serve as motivation for any/all of those 12 workers to "work harder" in an attempt to secure the new position which would presumably come with higher pay and better benefits, etc. allowing them to climb the proverbial social ladder.
However, if multiple workers, let's say 8 of the 12 - are all working as hard as they possibly can to try and secure that promotion for themselves, there's still only 1 single position. This system as it's designed - only allows for the climbing and mobility of a fractionally smaller number of people than what it requires to actually function.
12 people are needed to perform the labor required for the business, however, only a single person can be the manager of the other 12 people. What's to be done for the other 7 or 8 people that were working just as hard for the promotion? Do they leave and go to another company? Those companies are going to operate under the same system and the availability of promotions at other companies will still be limited to a fraction of the total workforce.
The notion that our capitalist system pays dividends to 'anyone willing to put in the work' is not nearly as true as people often insist it is. By its own nature, a system that requires ~90% workers and ~10% management will only ever have growth opportunities for ~10% of the people operating under it.
If any number of people outside of 10% of the total work force decide to "work harder" for "greater opportunities," then those individuals are ultimately wasting effort. Sure, they're making more money for the companies they work for, but they're likely not being adequately compensated in a way that offers them any growth in social status - at least not in any way that would pay more for the same number of hours.
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2023.05.29 13:08 PuzzleheadedAlps6119 Congratulations Kingj0444 on the Worlds First SLEEPLESS Mario 2405!
2023.05.29 13:07 Early-Nefariousness2 [The Last Human] What do you think about this one?
2023.05.29 13:07 Ultra_Vector18 [Event] Germany Digital Strategy 2025
The Digital Strategy 2025 program describes the priorities of the German Government in developing digital capabilities and promoting the use of new tools to enhance Germany's digitalization processes. The strategy is based on 10 pillars important for digitalization, including a pillar that focuses on introducing digital education throughout the stages of one's life. The major targets under the Digital education pillar are: - By 2025, every school pupil will have basic knowledge in information science, how algorithms function and in programming. - By 2025, Germany will be one of the leaders in digital infrastructure in the education sector. - By 2025, the workplace should be the number one place to acquire the newest information technology (IT) knowledge. - By 2025, all publicly financed educational institutions should make essential teaching material available online.
The strategy is coordinated by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy with the active involvement of other public sector organizations, as well as business, academic sector, scientific community and social partners. The strategy's initiatives are intended not only to enable the German economy to respond to new challenges but also to ensure its leading position both in quality and technology for years to come.
Coming to the program's success and failures - Success- 1. In the year 2025, in all the government schools and private schools, information science has been taught as a subject and it is getting positive feedback. 2. Germany has decided to increase its Technology sector by 2% this year. 3. Germany has started to provide free material on the internet on Information Technology Knowledge
Failure- 1. The government hasn't been able to come to a point so as to make the IT sector more worker-friendly. 2. Germany's Government hasn't been able to convince other countries to invest in our IT sector.
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2023.05.29 13:07 mduda59625 Moving to Ohio: Your Ultimate Guide to a Smooth Transition
Are you planning on moving to Ohio soon? Whether you’re relocating for work, family, or just a change of scenery, moving can be both exciting and stressful. Luckily, with some planning and preparation, you can make the transition as smooth as possible. In this guide, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about moving to Ohio.
Reasons to Move to Ohio
Ohio is an attractive destination for individuals and families looking to relocate for a variety of reasons. This state boasts a low cost of living compared to many other states, making it an ideal option for those looking to save money. Additionally, Ohio is home to many top employers in industries such as healthcare, finance, and technology, providing job opportunities for those looking to start a new career or advance their current one.
Ohio also has a rich history and culture that is reflected in its many museums and landmarks. As the birthplace of many famous Americans, such as Thomas Edison, Neil Armstrong, and LeBron James, Ohio has a deep sense of pride in its contributions to American history and culture. Whether it’s visiting the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland or the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, there’s no shortage of cultural and historical experiences to be had in Ohio.
For those who enjoy the outdoors, Ohio is an excellent destination for nature lovers. The state has several state parks, lakes, and forests, providing ample opportunities for hiking, camping, fishing, and boating. Some popular destinations include Hocking Hills State Park, which offers scenic hikes, waterfalls, and rock formations, and Lake Erie Islands, just off the coast of Ohio, which are a popular destination for boating, fishing, and relaxing.
Ohio is also home to several great cities, each with its own unique character and attractions. Columbus, the state capital, has a vibrant arts and culture scene, including the Columbus Museum of Art and the Ohio Theater. Cincinnati, located on the Ohio River, is known for its beautiful architecture and world-renowned zoo. Cleveland, on the shore of Lake Erie, has a thriving music and food scene, as well as the aforementioned Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Whether you’re looking for a low cost of living, job opportunities, cultural experiences, outdoor adventures, or all of the above, Ohio has something to offer.
Local Attractions in Ohio
Ohio is a state that is rich in history and culture, with a plethora of attractions to explore. From museums to amusement parks, there’s something for everyone in Ohio.
For history buffs, Ohio offers numerous museums and landmarks that highlight the state’s role in American history. The National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton is the largest and oldest military aviation museum in the world, showcasing the history of American aviation from the Wright Brothers to modern times. The Ohio History Center is another must-visit attraction, with exhibits on everything from Ohio’s prehistoric past to its contributions to the Civil War and beyond.
For those who love the arts, Ohio has a thriving cultural scene. The Cleveland Museum of Art is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world, with a collection that spans over 6,000 years of art history. The Cincinnati Art Museum is another notable attraction, with a collection that includes works by Rembrandt, Picasso, and other renowned artists.
Ohio is also home to some of the country’s most exciting amusement parks. Cedar Point, located on the shores of Lake Erie, is known as the “Roller Coaster Capital of the World” and features over 70 rides, including 18 roller coasters. Kings Island, located just outside of Cincinnati, is another popular amusement park, featuring a variety of thrill rides, water attractions, and live shows.
For outdoor enthusiasts, Ohio has plenty to offer as well. Hocking Hills State Park is a beautiful natural area located in southeastern Ohio, featuring rugged cliffs, waterfalls, and miles of hiking trails. Lake Erie Islands, just off the coast of Ohio, are a popular destination for boating, fishing, and relaxing.
Finally, Ohio has several unique and quirky attractions that are worth checking out. The “A Christmas Story” House in Cleveland is a museum dedicated to the classic holiday film, while the “American Sign Museum” in Cincinnati is a one-of-a-kind museum showcasing vintage signs and advertisements.
Advice for Planning Your Move
Planning a move can be a daunting task, but with some careful planning and organization, it can be a stress-free experience. Here are some tips to help you plan your move to Ohio:
- Start early: Moving takes time, so it’s important to start planning as early as possible. Give yourself at least 6-8 weeks to plan and prepare for your move.
- Make a checklist: Create a checklist of everything you need to do before, during, and after your move. This will help you stay organized and ensure that nothing is forgotten.
- Declutter: Moving is the perfect opportunity to declutter and get rid of anything you no longer need or want. Go through your belongings and decide what to keep, donate, or sell.
- Hire a moving service: Consider hiring a moving service like Moving Truck Driver, which specializes in driving U-Haul and Penske rental trucks for people looking to move. They can handle the logistics of moving, freeing up your time and reducing stress.
- Research housing options: If you’re not familiar with Ohio, do some research on the different neighborhoods and housing options available. Look for areas that are close to your work or have good schools if you have children.
- Set a budget: Moving can be expensive, so it’s important to set a budget and stick to it. Consider the cost of packing supplies, moving services, and any deposits or fees for your new home.
- Notify important parties: Be sure to notify important parties, such as your bank, utility companies, and the post office, of your change of address. This will ensure that you receive your mail and bills at your new address.
- Pack efficiently: Pack your belongings efficiently to save space and reduce the risk of damage. Use sturdy boxes and packing materials, and label each box with its contents and destination room.
By following these tips, you can make your move to Ohio a smooth and stress-free experience. Remember to plan ahead, stay organized, and ask for help when you need it.
Advice for Finding Housing
Finding the right housing in Ohio can be a challenging task, especially if you’re not familiar with the area. Here are some tips to help you find the perfect place to call home:
- Determine your budget: Before you start your search, determine how much you can afford to spend on housing. Take into account your monthly income, expenses, and other financial obligations.
- Decide on your must-haves: Make a list of your must-haves in a home, such as the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and amenities like a garage or outdoor space.
- Research neighborhoods: Research the different neighborhoods in Ohio to find an area that fits your lifestyle and preferences. Consider factors like proximity to work or schools, safety, and access to public transportation.
- Utilize online resources: There are many online resources available to help you find housing in Ohio, including real estate websites, apartment listing sites, and rental search engines. These tools can help you narrow down your search and find housing that meets your criteria.
- Work with a real estate agent: Consider working with a local real estate agent who can help you navigate the housing market in Ohio. An experienced agent can show you properties that fit your budget and preferences, negotiate with landlords or sellers, and provide valuable advice and guidance throughout the process.
- Check out the property in person: Before signing a lease or purchasing a property, be sure to visit it in person to get a sense of the neighborhood, the condition of the property, and whether it meets your needs and expectations.
- Read the lease or purchase agreement carefully: Before signing any legal documents, read them carefully to ensure that you understand the terms and conditions of the agreement. Don’t be afraid to ask questions or negotiate terms if necessary.
By following these tips, you can find housing in Ohio that meets your needs and budget. Remember to do your research, work with professionals when necessary, and take your time to find the right home for you.
Working through Logistics of Moving
Here are some tips to help you navigate the logistics of moving:
- Create a timeline: Creating a timeline will help you stay organized and ensure that you don’t forget any important tasks. Start by creating a timeline that includes key dates like the move-out date from your current home, the move-in date at your new home, and any deadlines for completing tasks like canceling utilities.
- Arrange for transportation: If you’re moving to Ohio from out of state, you’ll need to arrange for transportation. Consider renting a moving truck, hiring a moving service, or shipping your belongings.
- Pack efficiently: Packing efficiently is key to making the move smoother. Use sturdy boxes, packing materials like bubble wrap or packing peanuts, and label each box with its contents and destination room. Don’t forget to keep important documents and valuables with you during the move.
- Cancel utilities: Cancel your utilities at your old home and arrange for them to be turned on at your new home. This includes electricity, gas, water, and any other services you use.
- Change your address: Change your address with the post office and notify other important parties, such as your bank, credit card companies, and employer, of your new address.
- Transfer or close accounts: Transfer or close any accounts that can’t be moved to Ohio, such as gym memberships or subscriptions. Be sure to settle any outstanding bills or fees before you move.
- Check Ohio’s rules and regulations: Check Ohio’s rules and regulations for moving, including any permits or licenses you may need. Also, research local regulations for parking, recycling, and waste disposal.
By following these tips, you can work through the logistics of moving to Ohio and ensure a smoother transition. Remember to plan ahead, stay organized, and ask for help when you need it.
Moving to a new place can be an exciting and challenging adventure, and Ohio offers a unique blend of urban and rural environments, a rich cultural history, and an abundance of natural beauty. Whether you’re moving to Ohio for work, school, or a change of scenery, taking the time to research the area, plan your move, and find the right housing can help make the transition smoother and more enjoyable.
Remember to take advantage of online resources and work with professionals like real estate agents and moving services when necessary. Keep a positive attitude and stay organized throughout the process, and don’t be afraid to ask for help or advice when you need it.
Overall, moving to Ohio can be a rewarding and exciting experience. With careful planning, preparation, and a positive attitude, you can make your move a success and start enjoying all that Ohio has to offer.
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2023.05.29 13:06 RonnieNeeley Steve McQueen album survey
I'll be doing this for every Prefab Sprout album forward!
1. Favorite song
2. Least favorite song
3. How did you hear about the album?
4. Which song got you into the album?
5. Favorite 3 songs in a row
6. Do you own the album?
7. Favorite lyric
8. Underrated song
9. Memory (if you have one)
10. Song you don’t love or hate
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