> Le 8 févr. 2018 à 01:48, Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
>> Thanks for the progress report. Glad to hear you are staying busy.
> Very. The challenges of staying on top of a new job and taking classes
> at the same time. I'm in the midst of the capstone class for a
> MicroMasters in Cybersecurity from RIT. It's pretty brutal. It's kinda
> like that meme going around: ""If you're paddling upstream in a canoe
> and a wheel falls off, how many pancakes are required to shingle the
> garage? »
None, shingles are out of fashion these days ;-)
> It's very fascinating and quite dynamic. For one of the labs we have
> to do a MiTM attack. No problem, been there, done that... Except in
> the eight weeks since the lab requirements and instructions were
> written, a major upgrade to the browsers has been implemented which
> made it obsolete and they had to rewrite the instructions to counter
> the new defensive mechanism. (that didn't take long--when we students
> could figure out how to defeat the new preventative measures with a
> couple setting changes).
> I'm glad it's the only class I'm taking as it is taking over 20 hours
> a week of time and roasting a few billion braincells in the process.
Keep these brain pixels alive AG, they will be much needed for when you retire
>> As for darkroom equipment, you are not alone. My limited darkroom equipment
>> hasn't seen the light of day since I placed it in the garage attic in 1967.
> We had everything moved for us. And due to scheduling issues, the
> movers came after we were already in Alaska. So it's an adventure
> finding things because there are garage items stuffed into bedroom
> drawers and kitchen utensils buried under bicycle tires.
Got them to learn how to read - FIFO
> Most things
> have been unpacked to varying degrees of success, but there are two
> huge boxes that are mostly garage items that I haven't done anything
> other than peek into the top of and probably 15 boxes that need to be
> emptied. We've taken car loads of stuff to Goodwill.
Reminds me of some recent experience :-)
> Yet, there is a part of me that says "wait" as we may move to another
> place in the neighborhood that is larger and has nothing but river and
> forest in the back yard. (only 500 feet from the river and 130 feet
> above). Tons of bear and moose down below.
From the photos I’ve seen Moose doesn’t deserve this amount ;-)
> Probably not safe for
> letting our toy poodle spend unattended time outdoors.
Ever thought of a (teddy) bear?
Hope the puppy survives - our cats suffered the same ordeal and 7 months later
they seem perfectly fit for the place :-)
> Another one
> that may come available when our lease is up is only 250 feet from the
Mind the thaw ….
Keep reporting and sending good vibes AG.
Wish you the best Philippe
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