2021.12.02 10:34 Ok-Flow2115 Macbook keyboard problem
Hello everyone, I have a problem with my Macbook Pro 2017 and it is eligible under Apple service Program as it was a technical fault from Apple and the problem will be repaired from Apple. The problem which I’m facing is with the keyboard, and keys are repeating themselves even if pressed once. The problem is I have lost the invoice as I purchased it in December 2017 and service center demands for invoice, otherwise their hands seem to be tied. Is there any other alternative through which I can get it repaired under Apple Service Program?
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2021.12.02 10:34 KauFii__ Updated Lego Star Wars Collection 2021 🔥
2021.12.02 10:34 trueworldnews Most popular names in Kosovo 2015-2019 [/u/kristiani95]
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2021.12.02 10:34 POMARANCZA123PL Solar Ash trophies list is available!
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2021.12.02 10:34 dank_doritos Kövér László találkozott egy klinikai szakpszichológussal
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2021.12.02 10:34 Atlatl_o Remote Desktop issues
This is a small office networking issue, but hopefully ok to ask here.
We have a server (Windows 2012) on the same domain as the rest of the PCs. If i ping the server name i get a response on the local network. It has RDP set up to allow connections, it has inbound firewall rules to allow RDP connections from local or domain, however a connection cannot be made, RDP will time out saying it couldn't connect.
Oddly if i turn on the inbound rule for PUBLIC connections to RDP then it works. I really dont want a public connection open, and cant understand how the DOMAIN inbound rule doesnt cover all the computers on the same domain (i have checked with the following that the domain is the same: systeminfo | findstr /B /C:"Domain" and of course the machine is pingable on the local network). Im imagining this is some network issue or complication im not aware of...
If that makes sense to anyone could you point me in the right direction :) thanks
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2021.12.02 10:34 _hiddenscout Rocket Lab Reveals Neutron Launch Vehicle’s Advanced Architecture
Live streamed web event reveals detailed Neutron rocket architecture for the first time:
New Archimedes rocket engine designed for reliability and reuse Unique captive ‘Hungry Hippo’ fairing design to enable streamlined first stage and fairing reuse Carbon composite structure, making Neutron the world’s first carbon composite large launch vehicle Designed for ‘return to launch site’ propulsive landing
Building on Rocket Lab’s proven experience developing the Electron launch vehicle, the second most frequently launched U.S. rocket annually since 2019, the advanced 8-ton payload class Neutron launch vehicle is designed to transform space access by delivering reliable and cost-effective launch services for satellite mega-constellations, deep space missions and human spaceflight. During today’s live streamed Neutron update, Rocket Lab founder and CEO Peter Beck revealed new details about Neutron’s unique design, materials, propulsion, and reusability architecture for the first time.
“Neutron is not a conventional rocket. It’s a new breed of launch vehicle with reliability, reusability and cost reduction is hard baked into the advanced design from day one. Neutron incorporates the best innovations of the past and marries them with cutting edge technology and materials to deliver a rocket for the future,” said Mr. Beck. “More than 80% of the satellites to be launched in the next decade are expected to be constellations, which have unique deployment needs that Neutron is the first vehicle to address specifically. Like we did with Electron, rather than starting with a traditional rocket design, we focused on our customers’ needs and worked back from there. The result is a rocket that is right-sized for market demand and can launch fast, frequently and affordably.”
The World’s First Carbon Composite Medium-Class Launch Vehicle: Neutron will be the world’s first carbon composite large launch vehicle. Rocket Lab pioneered the use of carbon composite for orbital rockets with the Electron rocket, which has been delivering frequent and reliable access to space for government and commercial small satellites since 2018. Neutron’s structure will be comprised of a new, specially formulated carbon composite material that is lightweight, strong and can withstand the immense heat and forces of launch and re-entry again and again to enable frequent re-flight of the first stage. To enable rapid manufacturability, Neutron’s carbon composite structure will be made using an automated fiber placement system which can build meters of carbon rocket shell in minutes.
A Unique Structure to Simplify Launch and Landing: Reusability is key to enabling frequent and affordable launch, so the ability to launch, land and lift-off again has been built into every aspect of Neutron’s design from day one. It starts with Neutron’s unique shape, a tapered rocket with a wide base to provide a robust, stable base for landing, eliminating the need for complex mechanisms and landing legs. This balanced structure also removes the need for bulky launch site infrastructure, including strongbacks and launch towers. Neutron will instead stand securely on its own legs for lift-off. After reaching space and deploying Neutron’s second stage, the first stage will return to Earth for a propulsive landing at the launch site, eliminating the high costs associated with ocean-based landing platforms and operations.
A Rocket Engine Built for Reliability and Reuse: Neutron will be powered by an entirely new rocket engine, Archimedes. Designed and manufactured in-house by Rocket Lab, Archimedes is a reusable liquid oxygen / methane gas generator cycle engine capable of 1 meganewton thrust and 320 seconds of ISP. Seven Archimedes engines will propel Neutron’s first stage, with a single vacuum optimized Archimedes engine on the second stage. Neutron’s lightweight carbon composite structure means Archimedes does not need the immense performance and complexity typically associated with larger rockets and their propulsion systems. By developing a simple engine with modest performance requirements, the timeline for development and testing can be drastically accelerated.
Say Goodbye to Throwing Away Fairings: What makes Neutron’s design especially unique is the captive ‘Hungry Hippo’ fairing design. This innovative design will see the fairing form part of the first stage structure and remain fixed to the stage. Rather than separating from the stage and falling away to the ocean like traditional fairings, Neutron’s Hungry Hippo fairing jaws will open wide to release the second stage and payload, before closing again ready to return to Earth with the first stage. What lands back on the launch pad is a compete first stage with fairings attached, ready for a new second stage to be integrated and launched. This advanced design can speed up launch frequency, eliminates the high cost, low reliability method of capturing fairings at sea, and enables the second stage to be lightweight and nimble.
A High-Performance Upper Stage: Thanks to Neutron’s ‘Hungry Hippo’ fairing design, the entire second stage will be completely enveloped within the Neutron’s first stage structure and fairing during launch. Thanks to this, Neutron’s second stage is designed to be the lightest in history to enable high performance for complex satellite deployments. Typically, a second stage forms part of the launch vehicle’s exterior structure and needs to provide strength to the vehicle from lift-off, exposing it to the harsh environments of the lower atmosphere during launch. By being housed inside the first stage and ‘Hungry Hippo’ fairing, the requirement for the second stage to withstand the launch environment is eliminated and the second stage can be made significantly lighter enabling higher performance in space. Designed as an expendable upper stage for now, Neutron’s second stage is a six-meter-long carbon composite structure with a single vacuum optimized Archimedes engine.
Rocket Lab is currently working through a competitive process to select launch site, rocket production facility and Archimedes engine test facility on the U.S. East Coast. Rocket Lab expects to create around 250 new jobs to support the Neutron program with many roles open for application now.
2021.12.02 10:34 kerrigan24 Hidden Mesa Trail Crawl Part 2
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2021.12.02 10:34 Flea_Biscuit He claims to be a Maine coon but I'm pretty sure he's never even been to Maine.
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2021.12.02 10:34 trueworldnews Ciudad de Guatemala 🇬🇹 Torre Del Reformador [/u/Luisda777]
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2021.12.02 10:34 joannestia bu yıl en çok dinlediğiniz sanatçıları yazın (◍•ᴗ•◍)
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2021.12.02 10:34 igbuzz Black Friday Scribd Premium Account 12 months
2021.12.02 10:34 gamemaster76 [Online] [Starfinder] [EST] Looking to play Starfinder.
Looking for a group to play Starfinder. I'm completely new to the game, but I have experience playing and DMing D&D 5e.
My groups are on pause at the moment so I figured it would be a good time to try a new system. I have a character ready!
My schedule is a bit tight. I'm only free to play on Mondays, Tuesdays or Fridays after 6:30 PM EST.
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2021.12.02 10:34 LiamIsMyOTP Choices Soundtrack - Tense Adventure v1
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2021.12.02 10:34 toko92 SPAC Definitive Agreements:
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2021.12.02 10:34 mikepers91 Mike Meyers passport
I have his all in one book, but I see he has a book called passport as well. What’s the difference between the two? I also have the official 1001 cert book from Comptia. Is that any good ? Thanks!
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2021.12.02 10:34 baethesda Ocd sufferers that found their ocd to improve on cbd - what is your experience? Dosage? Method of taking it? How long did it take to start working?
2021.12.02 10:34 nohopeforthekids Warcry Mindstealer Sphiranx
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2021.12.02 10:34 Skrami ELI5: Why if I’m feeling drowsy after waking up I feel more awake after turning to the other side.
This is a property I’ve noticed for a long time but haven’t seen an explanation. If I’m very drowsy after waking up and slept on my left side, turning over to my right while still laying down seems to make me feel a lot more awake, even compared to standing up. I always get the mental image of blood being concentrated to one side of my head and this balances it out but I’m guessing that’s probably not right…
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2021.12.02 10:34 trueworldnews Best Moldovan music [/u/beiroet]
2021.12.02 10:34 Parker1055 Look at the size on that thing
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2021.12.02 10:34 BobbyJack24 M-Steelix now. Taking 10! 0448 2414 3059
2021.12.02 10:34 Silfennic TikTok has ALWAYS had an issue with underage/illegal content.
TikTok started out as a child grooming app.
This is going to sound a little tin-foil-hat-ish, and I apologize in advance for that. I was in my late teens when the Music.ly - TikTok merger went down and while I remember the buzz about it, I'm struggling to find published sources. So my links will be a bit all over the place.
In 2017, [ByteDance Ltd. bought the popular kids app Music.ly and merged it into what is now known as TikTok in 2018[(https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musical.ly#:~:text=ByteDance%20Ltd.,time%2C%20Musical.ly%20Inc.]. The basic theme of the app stayed the same; Music.ly was focused on young teens lip syncing and dancing and the like, and so (in theory) is TikTok.
The mainstream issue with Music.ly is that Music.ly was violating US children's privacy laws, collecting data on children younger than 13 who used their app. That article has a tiny, 1 sentence paragraph about the issue I want to talk about now:
"It also noted that there were reports of adults trying to contact children in Musical.ly, and until October 2016 there was a feature that let others view nearby users within a 50-mile radius."Music.ly had a problem with child porn & predatory grooming.
An Illinois father is speaking out and warning other parents about the potential privacy risks of the popular app Musical.ly, after he says a stranger asked his 7-year-old daughter to send shirtless pictures of herself through the app's messaging feature. "She came to us and let us know that there was someone asking her to remove clothing for pictures, and she knew it wasn't right," Brad Frakes told ABC News of the interaction that he says his daughter, Madison, experienced while using the app, which lets users create their own music videos. Frakes posted screenshots of the exchange between the stranger, who identified only as "Jessy" on the app, and his daughter, on his Facebook page in an attempt to warn other parents. In the messages, "Jessy" asks his daughter to send photos of herself without her T-shirt on, and asks her to keep it "a secret between us only.""During an eight-day investigation, Channel 4 News viewed 45 hours of live streams which revealed nearly half of the streams viewed contained inappropriate content, directed to girls as young as nine.
Another mum from Birmingham posted online: "My eight-year-old daughter is being followed on the site and what looks like grooming her also - he's been messaging my daughter sending her pics and requesting pics from her." She took her phone off her daughter and was aghast at what she discovered. She said: "He is liking young girls videos. The girls he seems to be targeting are around age range 10. To say I am disgusted is putting it mildly."...
2021.12.02 10:34 thebigangry I added one more of my favorite guitars to my collection. (White 1982 Ibanez Roadstar II)
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2021.12.02 10:34 Darth_Kahuna Missouri health department found mask mandates work, but didn’t make findings public
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