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2023.06.07 22:06 TheAxodoxian Unpaint: a compact, fully C++ implementation of Stable Diffusion with no dependency on python
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Unpaint in creation mode with the advanced options panel open, note: no python or web UI here, this is all in C++
Unpaint in inpainting mode - when creating the alpha mask you can do everything without pressing the toolbar buttons - just using your left / right / back / forward buttons on your mouse and the wheel
In the last few months, I started working on a full C++ port of Stable Diffusion, which has no dependencies on Python. Why? For one to learn more about machine learning as a software developer and also to provide a compact (a dozen binaries totaling around ~30MB), quick to install version of Stable Diffusion which is just handier when you want to integrate with productivity software running on your PC. There is no need to clone github repos or create Conda environments, pull hundreds of packages which use a lot space, work with WebAPI for integration etc. Instead have a simple installer and run the entire thing in a single process. This is also useful if you want to make plugins for other software and games which are using C++ as their native language, or can import C libraries (which is most things). Another reason is that I did not like the UI and startup time of some tools I have used and wanted to have streamlined experience myself.
And since I am a nice guy, I have decided to create an open source library (see the link for technical details) from the core implementation, so anybody can use it - and well hopefully enhance it further so we all benefit. I release this with the MIT license, so you can take and use it as you see fit in your own projects.
I also started to build an app of my own on top of it called Unpaint (which you can download and try following the link), targeting Windows and (for now) DirectML. The app provides the basic Stable Diffusion pipelines - it can do txt2img, img2img and inpainting, it also implements some advanced prompting features (attention, scheduling) and the safety checker. It is lightweight and starts up quickly, and it is just ~2.5GB with a model, so you can easily put it on your fastest drive. Performance wise with single images is on par for me with CUDA and Automatic1111 with a 3080 Ti, but it seems to use more VRAM at higher batch counts, however this is a good start in my opinion. It also has an integrated model manager powered by Hugging Face - though for now I restricted it to avoid vandalism, however you can still convert existing models and install them offline (I will make a guide soon). And as you can see on the above images: it also has a simple but nice user interface.
That is all for now. Let me know what do you think!
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2023.06.07 22:04 IIdontknowshit 📸🎬 Photography enthusiasts needed! Help me transform my space 🛠️🎨
Hello everyone,submitted by IIdontknowshit to productphotography [link] [comments]
I'm reaching out to the collective creative wisdom of this group and hoping some of you might be able to lend a hand! I have a small space that I'm looking to convert into a photography area for product shots.
Given the limited space, I need some clever ideas to make the most out of it and set everything in an efficient and effective way. I have a height adjustable desk frame, but no table top yet, because I don’t know how I want to cut it yet.
As part of this, I'm hoping to get some advice on:
I'm open to all ideas and suggestions and would love to hear any tips or lessons you've learned from setting up your own spaces.
I appreciate all the help and insight. Looking forward to reading your responses and starting this journey!
Thanks in advance!
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2023.06.07 22:01 KKshilling Making Your Next Career Move: Avoiding the Trap of False Actualization
“The least of things with a meaning is worth more in life than the greatest of things without it.” – Carl Jungsubmitted by KKshilling to buildindia [link] [comments]
The American culture around work and education emphasizes performance over purpose. Instead of encouraging children to welcome their idiosyncrasies and to deeply embrace the things they find innate joy and talent in, we enforce conformity.
Standardized tests, standardized courses, and standardized degrees produce standardized kids who go on to become standardized adults.
Over the course of two decades, a spirited child full of creativity and wonder is gone, replaced by a drone that’s proficient in Excel macros. It’s great for a vibrant economy, yet it comes at the expense of individual expression.
Nonetheless, our childlike spirit remains in us, trapped under layers of societal conditioning that have drawn us so far away from ourselves that we’ve lost touch with our inborn interests and who we once were.
Yet, it pings at us from time to time throughout our young adult lives, and into the depths of our careers. It’s a dull yet persistent sense that something is not quite right.
This is a common outcome for many of our culture’s brightest minds. So many of us struggle to find a greater sense of meaning, fulfillment, or validation in our work. Although it feels like we need to attain more to be satisfied, that’s a conflation of the feeling. The ping from our soul that something isn’t right is the dormant child inside of us asking to be let loose.
So, how do you avoid the trap of successful-yet-not-fulfilled? How do you design a life that activates the needs and desires you had as a child? How can you think through this intentionally before it’s too late?
Using my own career as an example, I’ll walk through a popular model of human needs and describe how to apply it to making more meaningful career decisions. You’ll see how easy it is to fall into the trap of what I call False Actualization.
By the end, you’ll have hopefully gut-checked yourself before making the next move down a potentially incorrect career path.
And, I hope, find your way back to doing something that speaks to your innermost needs.
Maslow and his Hierarchy of NeedsAmerican psychologist Abraham Maslow is responsible for one of the earliest and most contemplated models for understanding human needs: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. It spurred the creation of many other models for meaning since it was first introduced.
There’s something about it that hits home, not only with the clinicians in the world of positive psychology but for the average person seeking a framework to understand their feelings of meaninglessness.
As such, I’m going to use this model as the centerpiece for demonstrating the prior missteps I made with my own career.
First, let’s do a quick refresh of the model. Maslow’s theory attempts to categorize a broad set of human needs and their relative hierarchy to one another and has commonly been visualized as a stacked pyramid (even though Maslow didn’t create such a visualization himself).
On the other hand, when all physiological needs are consistently fulfilled, the need for Love or Esteem can take center stage as physiological needs drift into the background of consciousness.
I like to think of the sequence of needs falling into two broad categories: Survive and Thrive. The bottom of the pyramid houses the essentials for an organism to survive. Above those are the needs that lead to a subjective sense of thriving and fulfillment beyond basic survival.
The purpose of this post is to examine the tradeoffs that we make within the zone of thriving as we push deeper into our careers.
Applying Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs to Your CareerWe can think of our careers relative to Maslow’s hierarchy. As an example, when we begin our careers, many of us are focused on fulfilling our basic Physiological and Safety needs.
When I was 21, I got my first full-time job. It didn’t pay much. I earned $18,000 per year and had $30,000 in student debt. Consequently, survival was a primary need at the forefront of my psyche. I needed to have enough money for rent, food to eat, and enough left over after those needs to slowly chip away at my student loans.
The debt overhang felt like a threat to my safety as an organism so getting my net worth out of negative territory was a fundamental safety need for me. Consequently, that became the primary thrust of my career in its early days.
After 5 years of working hard and squirreling away money, I managed to pay off my debt and establish some career momentum. That translated into a sense of security, which made room for a new set of needs to take center stage in my psyche during the next leg of my career push.
But as my career grew, so too did the demands of the job. In turn, this changed which needs were met, and which were neglected.
I call this the demand dimension.
While some jobs allow the separation of your work and life into two separate realms, others require a near-complete integration of the two, like being the CEO or an early employee of a growing startup. These are demanding positions that typically make it difficult for your life not to be dominated by work.
When I was VP and President at Wealthfront, my Safety and Physiological needs were more than compensated for, and my Esteem needs were met due to the prestige that accompanied the position.
However, my Love and Self-Actualization needs were majorly neglected due to soaring career demands.
After several years of putting Esteem needs above other needs, I was paying the price spiritually and emotionally.
This may look familiar to you: it’s typical for high-achievers entering mid-career. Disproportionately high work demands will come at the expense of your other needs.
As Maslow stated, each need may occupy a different position in your psyche at any point in time. It’s essential to understand this attribute instead of thinking that each need on the ladder of needs is a box to be checked. And, once checked, it is perpetually satisfied.
That is not the case. Rather, the needs in the hierarchy tend to trade off with one another, especially when one need is heavily emphasized versus the others.
Perhaps this is at the heart of why active duty military members have the highest divorce rate of any profession in the country, with a divorce rate twice the national average. Members of the military relinquish many of the freedoms that civilians have and face stressful or traumatizing situations regularly.
These situations place significant stress on their relationships. Love, Esteem, and Self-Actualization needs can fall by the wayside in exchange for serving the country.
For many high-achievers, the need for respect, admiration, and achievement can swoop in and occupy the psyche once physiological and safety needs are met. However, it’s important to anticipate the unintended consequences of a rapid and primary focus on meeting Esteem needs.
I have a very close friend that works in tech who once said, “I have zero desire to become an executive. It looks awful. I’d like to make it to Director level, at most, and stay there for as long as possible.”
I deeply respected this, because it highlighted an approach to a more balanced life. He already felt respected and appreciated at work, and would rather have more space to fulfill his love needs with friends, family, hobbies, and more.
His pyramid probably looks something more like this:
His career demands are still high, but he stops himself short of demands that consume other aspects of his life. As a result, he’s one of the most emotionally stable and fulfilled friends I know in the technology industry.
You, too, can have the same. Unfortunately, within the ultra-competitive tech world, high-achievers are often enticed to keep climbing up and up, only to then fall into disrepair once they realize how many of their other needs beyond Esteem may be neglected.
The Trap of False Actualization“You'll be told in a hundred ways, some subtle and some not, to keep climbing, and never be satisfied with where you are, who you are, and what you're doing. There are a million ways to sell yourself out, and I guarantee you'll hear about them.” – Bill Waterson, Cartoonist and Creator of Calvin and Hobbes
If you’ve been conditioned over decades to follow linear paths of success, you may be prone to going down a path of achievement that is not your own.
Self-Actualization is not the same as achievement. Achievement is typically defined by external measures and expectations from others.
Self-actualization, on the other hand, is not measured according to the opinions of others. It is becoming your authentic self and realizing the full spectrum of your unique interests and capabilities. The end result of self-actualization may be external success, but that’s an unintended consequence, not the objective.
A child may have natural math ability but not actually enjoy math. Still, their teacher or parents may push them to accelerate further in math simply because they are good at it, or because it’s “necessary for success.”
However, that child may be better off in the long run by pursuing literature and writing if those align with the child’s own subjective view of fulfillment and meaning.
I fell quite easily into the trap of False Actualization, which is defined as the path to success based on others’ expectations of you, but not what you genuinely want for yourself.
I was a straight-A student, went to a great college, built a great career, and made great money.
And then I was miserable. That wasn’t the outcome I expected.
Eventually, I understood why. I had succeeded over and over again at doing things others expected of me, a pattern that had been internalized from a very early age. Truthfully, I didn’t enjoy a lot of the work I did. Still, I suppressed the unhappiness and continued onward.
In colloquial terms, False Actualization means that you’ve climbed to the top of someone else’s ladder.
This happens when smart people in Silicon Valley are hellbent on starting a company because that’s the most prestigious thing one can do. It happens when ladder-climbers are determined to become high-ranking high-paid executives without asking “is this what I truly want?”
It’s the continuation of the process of standardizing humans that began early in our lives.
I know about this because I have been one of those ladder climbers. At Wealthfront, I was promoted three times in three years. Had I not had a heart attack scare, I would have been on track to be promoted again to CEO — the fourth time in four years.
This is a high-achiever on auto-pilot. I was on auto-pilot headed toward false actualization. I said yes to each new role because I didn’t want to disappoint others, and the esteem was compelling.
By the end of that long journey, my hierarchy looked like this:
I was held in high regard and proud of myself for what I had accomplished, yet I was emotionally, spiritually, and physically bankrupt.
Because I went through all of this, I discovered that there is a better way of doing things.
Avoid the Path of False Actualization: Find Your Model for MeaningDuring a recent trip to Northern Thailand, I met a farmer that was a practicing Buddhist. During our conversation, he said something simple but critically important for anyone searching for meaning.
“Everyone wants to get to Bangkok. The problem is that people try to follow other people’s roads to Bangkok. You must find your own road to Bangkok.”
His catchy metaphor is the antidote to False Actualization. You must spend time carving your own path that provides you with your own internal sense of meaning and fulfillment.
Self-Actualization is the output of finding your own way to Bangkok.
For one person, meaning may come through manual labor that pays the bills enough that their family is well-fed and secure. For another person, meaning may come from ditching the rat race to set out on their own path in life separate from the masses, which is my chosen path. Others derive a great sense of meaning by being part of a once-in-a-generation company doing inspiring work, happy to play a small part in a purpose they wouldn’t be able to fulfill on their own.
The question remains: how do I find my authentic purpose so that I avoid False Actualization?
I’ll share my personal process, which I pulled together from various pieces of spiritual wisdom. It involves the following:
Examine (and Discard) False BeliefsJed McKenna, the pseudonymous author behind the Spiritual Enlightenment Trilogy, coined the term Spiritual Autolysis. Autolysis in biology means to “digest itself”, so it refers in this context to relentlessly assessing all of your existing beliefs to understand what is true.
Ultimately, this is a process to break down and discard old beliefs that are no longer serving you. As Jed McKenna put it:
"Here's all you need to know to become enlightened: Sit down, shut up, and ask yourself what's true until you know. That's it. That's the whole deal - a complete teaching of enlightenment, a complete practice. If you ever have any questions or problems - no matter what the question or problem is - the answer is always exactly the same: Sit down, shut up, and ask yourself what's true until you know."
Don Miguel Ruiz’s The Four Agreements also provides a repeatable method for Spiritual Autolysis. I’ve taken the approach laid out in his book and adapted it to this particular challenge:
The financial insecurity I felt as an adult had its origin in the financial insecurity I felt as a child in a low-income family that went through bankruptcy. This realization helped me shed false beliefs still present in my adulthood that I needed to make more money in order to be safe and secure.
Examining, and then discarding, this belief set me free from sacrificing my physical, spiritual, and emotional well-being in pursuit of yet another unnecessary paycheck.
I also realized the insanity that is the American ideal around retirement. It was no longer true to me that the American way was the only way to work.
Japanese wisdom has a different approach known as Ikigai, which roughly translates to “a reason for being.” Retirement has no place within this ancient system for living a fulfilling life. Carriers of Japanese heritage understood that our lives are cut short when we have no reason for being.
Instead of destroying ourselves with overwork until the age of 65 so that we can fall purposelessly into the grave, we can instead find work that satisfies our soul and feels delighted to do so until we take our Big Sleep.
These are just a few of the false truths I was able to deprogram myself away from via Spiritual Autolysis.
Protect the Mind to Avoid Toxic Beliefs From EnteringThe second step in my method is about preventing fast food information from entering your mind – which is most of the highly processed information you receive each day. Your mind is already full of many harmful beliefs because you were brought up in a world that indoctrinated you with information before you had awareness and a choice.
Whereas Spiritual Autolysis helps break those beliefs down and get rid of them, this next step is about preventing more bad ideas from taking root in your mind.
The first step I recommend is getting rid of all junk sources of information. Or, if you can’t get rid of them entirely, use whatever tools are available to filter out most of the noise.
For me, that meant all non-work social media and cable TV news had to go. Unless I can hear directly from the source, I ignore the information. Once you’ve limited the firehose of junk food information, continue to listen critically to everything that you hear.
There’s a reason I only follow just a few accounts on Twitter. One is an account that posts pictures of dogs, the other is a non-profit that I’m on the board of that helps military veterans, and another is Mike Tyson, who has undergone one of the most beautiful spiritual and emotional transformations in recent history.
I try to ignore everything else because, at best, it’s second-hand information. The vast majority of public information has been rinsed, washed, and processed as much as the American diet. To understand what is true for you, you need to create enough space to listen and observe for yourself. Most of what we consume is the noise that prevents us from accessing that signal.
Develop a Practice That Provides the Heartbeat for Your LifeThe life you envision for yourself doesn’t happen because you think hard enough about it. The life you desire unfolds as the result of daily practice.
As the psychotherapist Eric Fromm once said, “The first step to take is to become aware that love is an art, just as living is an art... we must proceed in the same way we have to proceed if we want to learn any other art, say music, painting, carpentry, or the art of medicine or engineering."
I implemented two types of practices in my life. I call them Type 1 and Type 2 Changes.
Type 1 Changes refer to the primary pillars of your life: where you live, the type of work you do, your friendships, romantic relationships, family relationships, diet and exercise, sleep, and any other major affiliations such as a religious practice. These are big rocks where new practices may need to be established.
Type 2 Changes are the small rocks. These are the incidentals that fill out a daily routine, such as the use of a meditation app for a brief morning meditation, fitness trackers to count daily steps, etc.
Most people who are hungry for a change in their life tend to dabble in Type 2 Changes while avoiding Type 1 Changes. This is another big trap.
Type 1 Changes have made the largest and most sustained impact on my sense of peace and fulfillment.
I moved away from a stressful city. I quit a stressful and unfulfilling career. I dropped old friends that were not supportive of my new life direction. I picked up participation in a 12-steps program so that I could be around others that were working hard to transform themselves. And now I’ve shifted my career focus to helping others after stockpiling enough savings from my prior work.
I also use Type 2 tools. I have a habit tracker app that helps me stick to a daily routine to log exercise, sugar, and processed food consumption, morning meditations, nighttime journaling, and pleasure reading.
Both types of change are part of my practice. Some are small, daily patterns. Others are monolithic shifts. The magic is found in the combination of both and you must be willing to combine both types of changes if you want a substantial and lasting shift in your overall sense of well-being.
Make Your Next MoveIf you already feel in alignment and fulfilled by your current life, keep it up!
But if you’re nodding along while reading, or feeling the ping that something’s not quite right, it may be time for you to listen inward.
Take the sabbatical you’ve been putting off over and over again. Carve out time in your schedule to do the creative project that you’ve put on the back burner. Stop seeking career advice from others. Talk to people that live very different lives than you do. Travel to parts of the world where making a lot of money and having high-profile careers aren’t part of the cultural lexicon. Don’t stop until you discover your own road to Bangkok.
Charles Bukowski captured the spirit of this best when he said, “Find what you love and let it kill you.”
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2023.06.07 21:59 wheel58m Is this a good buy?
Hey everyone, I'm new to this community and I wanted to get your opinion on something. Currently, I drive a beat-up 2005 Mazda 3 hatchback with 255,000 miles, but I've been considering upgrading to a WRX hatch. I really value your opinions, so any advice would be greatly appreciated. Specifically, I'm looking at a 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX base model. It has 98,000 miles on it, with a rebuilt engine with 1,000 miles and a one-year warranty. The listed price is $18,995.submitted by wheel58m to WRX [link] [comments]
During the test drive, the car performed well, and I enjoyed the experience. It is really clean cosmetically inside and out and handles really well. However, I have some concerns regarding the engine rebuild and the overall reliability and maintenance of the vehicle. It's worth mentioning that I don't have any plans for racing or heavy modifications; I simply want a fun and inexpensive commuter car (similar to my Mazda 3).
According to the dealership, the engine rebuild was conducted by Underground Performance in Orem, Utah (I've attached an invoice for your reference). They mentioned that the car had experienced ringland failure. Additionally, the car has had three previous owners and is mostly stock except for an aftermarket exhaust.
I've always dreamed about owning one of these cars. However, my dad and I don't know much about this particular car or performance mechanics in general (we usually handle basic mechanics ourselves). We're worried that the reliability of this vehicle might pose a significant risk, especially considering that future mechanical work may not be something we can do ourselves. I'm starting to have doubts, especially after reading about common problems and the horrible experiences some people have had. What are your thoughts on this? Would purchasing this car be a bad decision? Is there any else I should be checking or expecting? Thank you in advance for your help.
Invoice on Engine Rebuilt (Underground Performance, Orem UT)
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at net.minecraft.client.main.Main.method\_44604([Main.java:205](https://Main.java:205)) at net.minecraft.client.main.Main.main([Main.java:51](https://Main.java:51)) at net.fabricmc.loader.impl.game.minecraft.MinecraftGameProvider.launch([MinecraftGameProvider.java:468](https://MinecraftGameProvider.java:468)) at net.fabricmc.loader.impl.launch.knot.Knot.launch([Knot.java:74](https://Knot.java:74)) at net.fabricmc.loader.impl.launch.knot.KnotClient.main([KnotClient.java:23](https://KnotClient.java:23))
Minecraft Version: 1.19.2 Minecraft Version ID: 1.19.2 Operating System: Windows 10 (amd64) version 10.0 Java Version: 17.0.3, Microsoft Java VM Version: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (mixed mode), Microsoft Memory: 1411232768 bytes (1345 MiB) / 1969225728 bytes (1878 MiB) up to 4294967296 bytes (4096 MiB) CPUs: 8 Processor Vendor: GenuineIntel Processor Name: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-9700K CPU @ 3.60GHz Identifier: Intel64 Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 12 Microarchitecture: Coffee Lake Frequency (GHz): 3.60 Number of physical packages: 1 Number of physical CPUs: 8 Number of logical CPUs: 8 Graphics card #0 name: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Graphics card #0 vendor: NVIDIA (0x10de) Graphics card #0 VRAM (MB): 3072.00 Graphics card #0 deviceId: 0x1c02 Graphics card #0 versionInfo: DriverVersion=126.96.36.19949 Memory slot #0 capacity (MB): 4096.00 Memory slot #0 clockSpeed (GHz): 2.67 Memory slot #0 type: DDR4 Memory slot #1 capacity (MB): 4096.00 Memory slot #1 clockSpeed (GHz): 2.67 Memory slot #1 type: DDR4 Memory slot #2 capacity (MB): 4096.00 Memory slot #2 clockSpeed (GHz): 2.67 Memory slot #2 type: DDR4 Memory slot #3 capacity (MB): 4096.00 Memory slot #3 clockSpeed (GHz): 2.67 Memory slot #3 type: DDR4 Virtual memory max (MB): 31665.61 Virtual memory used (MB): 11380.47 Swap memory total (MB): 15360.00 Swap memory used (MB): 42.75 JVM Flags: 4 total; -XX:HeapDumpPath=MojangTricksIntelDriversForPerformance\_javaw.exe\_minecraft.exe.heapdump -Xss1M -Xmx4096m -Xms256m Fabric Mods: additionaloresid: Additional Ores 2.5.1-1.19.2-fabric additionalstructures: Additional Structures 4.1.1 adorn: Adorn 3.9.1+1.19.2 advdebug: Advancements Debug 2.3.0 ancientartifacts: Ancient Artifacts Mod 1.0.2-1.19.2 another\_furniture: Another Furniture 2.1.2-1.19.2 appleskin: AppleSkin 2.4.1+mc1.19 architectury: Architectury 6.5.85 artifacts: Artifacts 7.1.1+fabric expandability: ExpandAbility 6.0.0 step-height-entity-attribute: Step Height Entity Attribute 1.0.0 awesomedungeon: Awesome dungeon 3.2.0 awesomedungeonend: Awesome dungeon the end 3.1.1 awesomedungeonnether: Awesome dungeon nether 3.1.1 awesomedungeonocean: Awesome dungeon edition ocean 3.2.0 awesomeflooring: Awesome flooring 2.6.0 balm-fabric: Balm 4.5.7 bclib: BCLib 2.1.6 beachparty: Beachparty 1.0.4 doapi: Lets Do Api 1.0.4 beautify: Beautify 1.1.1+fabric-1.19.2 cardinal-components-base: Cardinal Components API (base) 5.0.2 cardinal-components-entity: Cardinal Components API (entities) 5.0.2 cardinal-components-world: Cardinal Components API (worlds) 5.0.2 beekeeperhut: Friends&Foes - Beekeeper Hut 1.2.0 benched: Benched 1.2.2 beneath\_thesnow\_mr: Beneath The Snow\[Forge/Fabric/Quilt\] 0.3.1 betteranimalsplus: Better Animals Plus 1.19.2-11.0.10 betterdeserttemples: YUNG's Better Desert Temples 1.19.2-Fabric-2.2.2 org\_reflections\_reflections: reflections 0.10.2 betterdungeons: YUNG's Better Dungeons 1.19.2-Fabric-3.2.1 betterend: Better End 2.1.5 betterfortresses: YUNG's Better Nether Fortresses 1.19.2-Fabric-1.0.5 bettermineshafts: YUNG's Better Mineshafts 1.19.2-Fabric-3.2.0 betternether: Better Nether 7.1.3 betteroceanmonuments: YUNG's Better Ocean Monuments 1.19.2-Fabric-2.1.0 betterstrongholds: YUNG's Better Strongholds 1.19.2-Fabric-3.2.0 bettervillage: Better village 3.0.0 betterwitchhuts: YUNG's Better Witch Huts 1.19.2-Fabric-2.1.0 bookshelf: Bookshelf 16.3.20 bountiful: Bountiful 3.0.0 bushierflowers: Bushier Flowers 0.0.1-1.19.2 byg: Oh The Biomes You'll Go [188.8.131.52](https://184.108.40.206) com\_electronwill\_night-config\_core: core 3.6.6 com\_electronwill\_night-config\_toml: toml 3.6.6 campanion: Campanion 4.1.2+fabric campsite\_structures: Campsite Structures 1.0.3 castle\_dungeons: Castle Dungeons 4.0.0 charm: Charm 4.4.4 com\_moandjiezana\_toml\_toml4j: toml4j 0.7.2 chassis: Chassis 1.2.3 chefsdelight: Chef's Delight 1.0.3-fabric-1.19.2 structurized-reborn: Structurized Reborn 1.19-01 chubbystuff: Chubby Stuff 2.0.1-fabric cinderscapes: Cinderscapes 3.0.4 cinderscapes-client: Cinderscapes: Client 3.0.4 cinderscapes-common: Cinderscapes: Common 3.0.4 cinderscapes-worldgen: Cinderscapes: World Generation 3.0.4 cloth-config: Cloth Config v8 8.2.88 cloth-basic-math: cloth-basic-math 0.6.1 coffee\_delight: Coffee Delight 1.3 collective: Collective 6.55 comforts: Comforts 6.0.4+1.19.2 spectrelib: SpectreLib 0.12.4+1.19.2 compressor: Compressor 0.3.2 crowdin-translate: CrowdinTranslate 1.4+1.19 connectedglass: Connected Glass 1.1.6 continuity: Continuity 2.0.2+1.19 corgilib: CorgiLib [220.127.116.11](https://18.104.22.168) cozy: Cozy 1.1.0 create: Create 0.5.0.i-1017+1.19.2 com\_google\_code\_findbugs\_jsr305: jsr305 3.0.2 flywheel: Flywheel 0.6.8.a-4 milk: Milk Lib 1.0.51dripstone_fluid_lib: Dripstone Fluid Lib 2.0.1
porting\_lib: Porting Lib 2.1.954+1.19.2forge_tags: Porting Lib Tags 3.0
reach-entity-attributes: Reach Entity Attributes 2.3.0 registrate-fabric: Registrate for Fabric 1.1.57-MC1.19.2 create\_deco\_casing: Create Deco Casing 2.0.0 createaddition: Create Crafts & Additions 20230508b team\_reborn\_energy: Energy 2.2.0 createdeco: Create Deco 1.3.2-1.19.2 creategoggles: Create Goggles [0.5.4.2](https://0.5.4.2) createoreexcavation: Create Ore Excavation 1.1.3 chunk-storage-api-fabric: Chunk Storage Api Fabric 1.0.2 createreibugfix: CreateFabric&REIBugFix 0.1.2-mc1.19.x creeperoverhaul: Creeper Overhaul 2.0.9 crittersandcompanions: Critters and Companions 1.19.2-2.0.1 ctov: ChoiceTheorem's Overhauled Villages 3.2.2 cullclouds: Cull Clouds 0.1.0 cullleaves: Cull Leaves 3.0.1 culturaldelights: Cultural Delights Fabric 0.14.9+1.19.2 terraform-wood-api-v1: Terraform Wood API (v1) 4.2.0 dangepackbeta: DangePackBeta 1.0.0 darkpaintings: DarkPaintings 13.1.5 dawn: Dawn API 3.5.0 debugify: Debugify 2.8.0 decorative\_blocks: Decorative Blocks 3.0.0 deeperdarker: Deeper and Darker 1.1.6 customportalapi: Custom Portal Api 0.0.1-beta54-1.19 paragon: Paragon 3.0.2org_yaml_snakeyaml: snakeyaml 1.27
disable\_enderman\_picking\_up\_blocks: Disable enderman picking up blocks 1.0 doespotatotick: Does Potato Tick fabric-quilt-1.19.2-3.5.0 doodads: Doodads 0.1.2-1.19.2 dragondropselytra: Dragon Drops Elytra 3.0 dungeons: Tons o' Dungeons 2.0 dungeonz: DungeonZ 1.0.1 ecologics: Ecologics 2.1.11 ecotones: Ecotones 0.9.1 enchanted-vertical-slabs: Enchanted Vertical Slabs 1.8 enchantmentsplus: Enchantments Plus 1.1.1+1.19.2 enriched: Enriched 2.4.5 entityculling: EntityCulling-Fabric 1.6.1-mc1.19.2 exordium: Exordium 1.0.1-mc1.19.2 expandeddelight: Expanded Delight [0.2.5.2](https://0.2.5.2) explorations: Explorations 1.19.2-1.5.1 explorerscompass: Explorer's Compass 1.19.2-2.2.0-fabric explorify-fabric: Explorify 1.19-1.3.0 extended\_drawers: Extended Drawers 1.4.1+mc.1.19.2 graphlib: Graph Lib 0.3.6+1.19.2 mconfig: Mconfig 1.2.0+mc.1.19-rc1de_poiu_apron_apron: apron 2.1.1
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2023.06.07 21:58 TEKDEP-com Exploring the 16″ MacBook Pro 2019: A Powerful Laptop for Work and Play
Are you in the market for a new laptop that offers exceptional power and versatility? Look no further than the 16″ MacBook Pro 2019 model. In this blog post, we will explore the pros and cons of this laptop, taking into account its value, usability, and durability, all explained in a way that’s easy to understandsubmitted by TEKDEP-com to u/TEKDEP-com [link] [comments]
Really Fast: The 16″ MacBook Pro 2019 can handle lots of things at the same time without slowing down. It’s great for tasks like editing videos or working on big projects. You won’t have to wait for things to load or for the laptop to catch up with you. Beautiful Screen: The laptop has a really clear and colorful display, so everything on it looks nice and detailed. It’s great for watching movies, looking at photos, or doing work. The colors are vibrant, and the images are sharp and lifelike, making everything on the screen more enjoyable to look at. Easy to Use: The keyboard is comfortable to type on, and there’s a special touch bar that helps you do things faster. It’s designed to make it easy for you to use the laptop and find what you need. The touch bar is like a mini touchscreen above the keyboard that shows different options depending on what you’re doing. For example, if you’re editing photos, it can show you editing tools so you can make changes with just a tap. Lasts a Long Time: The laptop’s battery stays charged for a long time, so you can use it for hours without needing to plug it in. It’s handy when you’re on the go or don’t have access to a power outlet. You won’t have to worry about finding a charger all the time, which gives you more freedom to use your laptop wherever you want.
Learning Curve: If you’re not used to Apple products, it might take a little time to get used to how things work on the MacBook Pro. The operating system, called macOS, might be different from what you’re used to. However, once you become familiar with it, you’ll find it easy to use and navigate. There are many resources available online, including tutorials and guides, to help you get started and make the most of your MacBook Pro. Can’t Customize Much: You can’t change a lot of things about the laptop, so it’s important to choose the right one when you buy it. Think about what you need before making a decision. Some Keyboard Issues: Some people have had problems with the keys getting stuck or not working properly. However, Apple has made improvements in the 2019 model to fix these problems. In conclusion, the 16″ MacBook Pro 2019 is a really good laptop that’s fast and easy to use. It has a great screen and the battery lasts a long time. Even though there might be a slight learning curve if you’re new to Apple products, once you get the hang of it, you’ll find that it offers a user-friendly experience. The MacBook Pro is a reliable and powerful device that can handle your everyday tasks with ease, making it a great choice for work, school, or entertainment.
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2023.06.07 21:58 Joadzilla Portugal just launched a ‘government-funded’ 4-day workweek trial
Portugal is the latest country to experiment with a four-day workweek, and businesses are getting an assist from the government.
For the next six months, 39 private-sector businesses in the country will participate in a “government-funded” pilot program in partnership with 4 Day Week Global, the nonprofit behind several prominent four-day workweek experiments around the world, according to a release from the group.
Employers have agreed to reduce the number of hours employees work every week from without cutting their pay through the 100-80-100 model: Workers get 100% of the pay for working 80% of the time in exchange for delivering 100% of their usual output.
Some 72% of the Portuguese labor force works more than 40 hours per week, making it the OECD country with the third-longest average workweek after the United Kingdom and Ireland, according to a report from University of London and University of Reading researchers overseeing the program.
Most of the businesses in the experiment are in the professional, scientific and technical fields, but the program’s cohort also includes a nursery, care home, stem cells bank, research and development center, and firms from manufacturing, retail and nonprofit sectors.
Businesses say they want to see if a shortened workweek will help reduce employee stress and burnout, and in turn improve worker retention. Researchers also hope to track the economic, social and environmental implications of a four-day business week in Portugal.
4 Day Week Global has led several high-profile experiments around the world, which have gained momentum throughout the pandemic as businesses and employees began to re-think the modern work experience.
A trial in the U.S. last year proved to be wildly popular, with workers reporting they performed better and were less burned out. Many said they could never return to a traditional five-day week, or at least not without a significant pay bump. Employers benefited, too: Businesses reported an 8% increase in revenue throughout the trial period, and a 38% increase from the same time period a year prior.
4 Day Week Global’s largest experiment to date included nearly 3,000 workers throughout the U.K. last year, with participants reporting better health, finances and relationships.
Although no country has fully adopted a four-day workweek, trials have run in South Africa, Belgium, Iceland, Japan and elsewhere.
Portugal has become a popular destination for American millennials looking to relocate internationally thanks to its affordable living and good weather. The number of Americans residing in Portugal is at its highest level in more than a decade, according to the Portuguese Immigration and Borders Service. There were about 7,000 Americans living in the country at the end of 2021, more than double three years earlier.
And the country launched its own digital nomad visa last year, making it even easier for workers from any countries that aren’t part of the European Union or European Economic Area to start a new life abroad.
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2023.06.07 21:55 caunsequent LBC.v CEO Interview
LBC.v LBCMF is playing a strategic role in the creation of the new green industry future in Colombia that emphasises access to dependable and responsible copper.submitted by caunsequent to CanadianStocks [link] [comments]
Their Mocoa deposit's inferred resource that contains over 2M tonnes of copper is an integral part of the success of Green Route Alliance in Columbia.
They recently partnered w/ Anglo Asian Mining PLC for the initial design, engineering, and financial modelling of the Mocoa Porphyry Copper-Molybdenum deposit to outline and confirm a development opportunity for an accelerated pathway to production.
This interview w/ the CEO goes over everything from his thoughts on the copper market, their partnership w/ the Colombian government, to upcoming catalysts.
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2023.06.07 21:54 caunsequent Interview w/ LBC.v CEO
LBC.v LBCMF is playing a strategic role in the creation of the new green industry future in Colombia that emphasises access to dependable and responsible copper.submitted by caunsequent to Penny_Stocks_Canada [link] [comments]
Their Mocoa deposit's inferred resource that contains over 2M tonnes of copper is an integral part of the success of Green Route Alliance in Columbia.
They recently partnered w/ Anglo Asian Mining PLC for the initial design, engineering, and financial modelling of the Mocoa Porphyry Copper-Molybdenum deposit to outline and confirm a development opportunity for an accelerated pathway to production.
This interview w/ the CEO goes over everything from his thoughts on the copper market, their partnership w/ the Colombian government, to upcoming catalysts.