- All of your code should work perfectly the first time. Your code reflects you as a person.
- Browsers are trying to keep you safe, but they are kind of retarded and take a shotgun approach to your safety.
- You should have seen this coming. Bad things happen when you do not accept Christ as your savior.
What’s the issue? It could be a variety of things, but….and here’s the part that you are going to skip to and read before closing this shitty site and forgetting about it forever….
In all likelihood, you are linking to a version of jQuery hosted by Google using http. Switch that piece of code to https. That’s right, strike it down with all of your hatred and your journey towards the error free code will be complete.
In case you are like me and ignore everything on a website until you see code, here’s some code:
<!--no!--> <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.2/jquery.min.js"></script> <!--yes!--> <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.2/jquery.min.js"></script>
My lovely fascination with North Korea has been dwindling lately. Every news article follows the same pattern of addressing a current situation, reminding Americans that North Korea is a nuclear state, including the term “bellicose rhetoric”, and generally closing with “North Korea and South Korea are still technical at war, as hostilities only ended in an armistice”.
CNN is the only news outlet which has doubled-down on North Korea, and still reports on every one of their actions, but their articles are nothing more than rehashes of the pattern mentioned in the previous paragraph. For example;
North Korea condemns American joint military operations with the South. North Korea tested their 3rd nuclear weapon in February, amid high tensions in the region. Senior American officials dismissed the condemnations as “bellicose rhetoric”. North Korea has yet to return to the negotiations table, which worries many analysts as the Korean War ended in an armistice, not a peace treaty.
Same ol’ pattern with nothing new to the situation. The comment sections will always bring up how North Korean artillery can/cannot reach Seoul and how America is/isn’t at risk of a No-Dong missile. Someone brings up human rights issues, and some armchair patriot will make a quip about blowing up their country.
Much how most nations have economies dependent on oil, North Korea is dependent on attention. It is a 13 year old girl – emotionally fragile, mentally unstable, and unable to function unless someone somewhere is looking at it. They need attention, but rather than inviting some more Dennis Rodman’s to the country, or claiming to have invented hamburgers, they fall back on methods that were effective in the past. These methods of either blowing something up or threatening to blow something up have yielded zero results
The world’s soap opera nation has jumped the shark and is now faced with cancellation unless they can boost their ratings. So here’s what they need to do; stream their state-run media and charge people to watch it.
They get the delicious attention they crave, CNN gets their fresh talking points, everybody has a laugh, and North Korea pulls some money to spend on buying food for the populus (Just kidding. We all know it’s champagne money for the ruling elite).
After closing down joint ventures with the South, and pissing all over the hospitality of Chinese investors by seizing everything and kicking them out of the country, they really need to do something different, and NKTV is exactly that.
North Korea and South Korea are still technically at war, as no formal peace treaty has been signed.
Man….why is it that every time I stop using PostgreSQL for more than a month I immediately forget how to list tables and columns?
Here’s a listing for posterity.
Show Yourself Out (exit)
The Raspberry Pi has two video outputs, an HDMI output and some stanky old
component composite video output that you would expect to see on the back of an old VCR. Using the HDMI output on a newer LCD screen will result in an amazingly crisp image that is quite impossible to read unless you are sitting directly in front of it as though it is a monitor, which is a great way to look ridiculous while simultaneously hurting your eyes. Why not enjoy your TV while sitting on a comfy sofa, and not with your face a couple feet in front of it?
After a vigorous 20 minutes of searching on how to change the font size and eating some toast, I got a bit bored with the lack of results and flavor, respectively. This made me start looking at how to change the resolution which landed a few results for booting with Grub and passing the resolution parameters that way, but I’m not terribly keen on installing grub to require more time during the 30 second boot. Getting no immediate satisfaction from the internet answers, I decided to look around Debian Wheezy until I came across the /boot/config.txt file, which allows you to change the resolution from there.
You’re going to have to access the file as root, so do a little
sudo nano /boot/config.txt
to open the file in nano.
Inside of the file, there are a few lines commented out with hashes that read
Uncomment those, or add a few new ones below.
PROTIP: By careful when trying to add a hash symbol to the file, since it will likely end up being a pound symbol. Raspberry Pi is made by British people who don’t use American keyboards (those savages), so the default keyboard layout is different. The hash symbol is the
forward back slash key. I am assuming that everyone reading this blog is American because as an American, everything is by default American, which is a very delightful American trait which I am certain that you enjoy immensely.
You can change the keyboard layout, memory split, and setup ssh access by entering the following command;
Next, reboot by either yanking the power cord out of the damn thing and plugging it back in, or by gracefully entering
sudo shutdown -r now
into your console.