James Lamentus
  
Placa em frente à Câmara dos Deputados é alterada para 'formação de quadrilha'

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Na véspera da votação da denúncia contra o presidente Michel Temer na Comissão de Constituição e Justiça (CCJ), uma placa de sinalização de...


@Brasileiros na RedMatrix+
James Lamentus
  
if you use debian 9 (but not KDE) you will have noticed that writer (libreoffice) has serious problems.

A very simple way to run your writer is:
enter the libreoffice configurations and disable the 'java machine'.
@Debian+
James Lamentus
  
I giganti di paglia invadono il Giappone

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Animali giganteschi scolpiti nella paglia di riso e turisti in posa. ? il Wara Art Festival di Nigata in Giappone. Una manifestazione culturale che dal 2008 regala splendide sculture fatte di fieno per celebrare il primo raccolto di riso. Ecco allora spiegato il coccodrillo gigantesco che svetta tra i campi assieme a King Kong (Foto Wara Art Matsuri)
Rafa Poverello
  
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Maria Karlsen
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James Lamentus
  
watching the 3d season of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outlander_(TV_series)

absolutely one of the best series that I saw in the last years.

@TV series point+
James Lamentus
  
ps: ...and perfect to watch with your partner ;-)
James Lamentus
  
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#tips
James Lamentus
  
il masochismo fa parte della natura umana...gli americani hanno eletto Trump :-P
Jake Moomaw
  
There is a distinct difference between masochism and self-destruction.
James Lamentus
  
here what's the self-destruction? Chili pepper  or Trump? :-P
Are you ready ?

James Lamentus
  
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Are you ready ?
cc @TV series point+
James Lamentus
  
These days watching

Designated Survivor (TV series) - Wikipedia

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Designated Survivor is an American political drama television series created by David Guggenheim, starring Kiefer Sutherland, airing on ABC. The project skipped the pilot stage and was ordered straight to series on December 14, 2015, followed by a formal announcement on May 6, 2016. The first episode premiered on September 21, 2016, with a full sea...


@TV series point+
elmussol
  
Any good?
Haakon Meland Eriksen (Parlementum)
  
We liked it. :-)
James Lamentus
  
@Manuel  @Rafa Poverello  @Victor Gabriel  and others....

creating an app in hubzilla is an extremely easy thing, it's a gift that Mike did to/for the zot people.
It can be useful for those who use hubzilla to create an app that takes you to your blog.
Once you've created the app, you can put it in the menu that stays in the top right corner, so it's easy to open the blog when you use hubzilla.

just one example below with the Batiburrello blog

Rafa Poverello
  last edited: Fri, 15 Sep 2017 17:32:05 +0200  
:-O How many possibilities Hubzilla offers! @Manuel explained to me in great detail how to add an application to have a private cloud with webdav, but I am still unable to connect to the server from my PC :-(.

I also didn't realize that I could have all my bookmarks included in Hubzilla.
James Lamentus
  
altro materiale  per il detective @Charles Roth MPC ;-)

PalantírPalantír wrote the following post Tue, 08 Aug 2017 21:19:28 +0200
Towers of Bologna
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“In medieval times, the city of Bologna in Northern Italy must have looked not unlike what Manhattan appears today. Closer to a hundred high-rising towers stood against the sky overlooking a sea of red-tiled rooftops. These towers were status symbols built by the city’s rich families to demonstrate their power and importance.”

"Between the 12th and the 13th century, Bologna had as many as 80-100 towers. In the 13th century, many towers were taken down or demolished, and others simply collapsed. The surviving ones were later utilized in different ways, serving as prison, city tower, shop or residential building. No more than twenty towers remain today in Bologna. The most famous of them are the Two Towers— the Asinelli and the Garisenda— whose iconic leaning form provides a popular symbol for the town."

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“The Asinelli Tower is taller at 97 meters, but the shorter Garisenda Tower, which stands at 48 meters, has a more visible lean, overhanging by 3.2 meters.”

Source via; http://www.amusingplanet.com/2017/08/the-towers-of-bologna.html And I corrected some exaggerated numbers with what I found on Wiki; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Towers_of_BolognaImage/photo
A city full of high rise towers in the medieval times must have been an awesome sight to see. Human ingenuity can be fantastic, although, they probably went overboard with the tower buildings. I guess they weren’t any different than we are today when it comes to buildings. Basically these constructions were blocks of money, status symbols, bought by the rich families because they didn’t really have anywhere else to put their money. Just like in todays world. Anyway, high-rise buildings/pyramids make more sense in places like the jungle or huge forests where getting above the tree line will offer an amazing 360 degree view. #Article #History #Italy #Bologna #Towers #Medieval #HighRise #Asinelli
Charles Roth MPC
  
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Charles Roth MPC
  
Saved for investigation.
James Lamentus
  
Radio GiacoRadio Giaco wrote the following post Fri, 08 Sep 2017 20:19:25 +0200


Yatra - Ta By Tania María
by wandrestar1982 on YouTube
James Lamentus
  
I'm thinking in installing  Tumbleweed_OpenSuse .
Do you have something to comment about it? pros and cons?

In the last year I had a lot of problems with debian...
i used debian for years without problems, very satisfied, but wind is changing, developers change, or change their way of acting...
James Lamentus
  
maybe tonight :D
yesterday a grimm evening with my daughter
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grimm_(TV_series)
James Lamentus
  
not bad, I like it, maybe just too squeezed (few episodes for so much history and details in the books).
cer
cer
  
find "me" here now, @James Lamentus: parlementum@parlementum.net
James Lamentus
  
no ônibus domingo passado...
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@Brasileiros na RedMatrix+
mrjive
  
Monk is always a pleasure to listen to...

notice the hat on the upright bass :)
James Lamentus
  
Our lives seem controlled – even constrained – by time. But unlike other animals, humans can revisit the past and have visions of the future...

maybe is our real problem :-) .... we need to live more the present...maybe

more  carpe diem ...and not so much mental masturbation...

KlausKlaus wrote the following post Tue, 15 Aug 2017 23:38:49 +0200
"moved forward"
Here's why your brain is a time machine and why we're different from other animals | Science | DW | 27.07.2017
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Our lives seem controlled – even constrained – by time. But unlike other animals, humans can revisit the past and have visions of the future, as neuroscientist Dean Buonomano tells DW's Zulfikar Abbany.
James Lamentus
  
Michael
  
I enjoyed it. Not perfect, but pretty good. I've not read the novel, so I can't say how true it was to the source material.
cer
cer
  
Grazie!
James Lamentus
  
pane frattau  from Sardegna (Sardinia)

..and for your investigations


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_Sardinia

James Lamentus
  
How Captive Portals Interfere With Wireless Security and Privacy

If you have ever wanted to use the wifi at a coffee shop or library, you have probably had to click through a screen to do it. This screen might have shown you the network’s Terms of Service and prompted you to click an “I agree” button. Depending on where you were, it might have asked you for...