tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.comments2015-02-11T10:02:08.031-05:00metalevLuke Hutchisonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07119186060702104432noreply@blogger.comBlogger154125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-60054222983350685312014-01-23T04:28:29.794-05:002014-01-23T04:28:29.794-05:00Thanks BradB, I appreciate the suggestion to resta...Thanks BradB, I appreciate the suggestion to restart Chrome -- updated the article with this info.Luke Hutchisonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07119186060702104432noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-57760137697102688682014-01-23T00:49:13.629-05:002014-01-23T00:49:13.629-05:00All I needed was the restart Chrome, but that was ...All I needed was the restart Chrome, but that was a big one since I was assuming there was some setting somewhere to fix it and I couldn&#39;t find it. So thanks!<br />BradBhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09973294763109809205noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-28374514087555540932014-01-16T09:46:30.604-05:002014-01-16T09:46:30.604-05:00Thanks mate! That really helped.Thanks mate! That really helped.Supreet Pandeyhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09028457643370912170noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-55466185552701472502013-12-26T00:38:06.740-05:002013-12-26T00:38:06.740-05:00Owl: You&#39;re totally right, Google changed the ...Owl: You&#39;re totally right, Google changed the account settings page. Fortunately the one page they didn&#39;t revamp is the one with the timezone setting, so it&#39;s still possible to get to it, but it took some careful looking to find it. I updated point #6 above with the new URL, and how to find it in future.Luke Hutchisonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07119186060702104432noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-82120342374032887332013-12-25T20:45:55.046-05:002013-12-25T20:45:55.046-05:00Thanks a lot Luke. I have one problem and hopefull...Thanks a lot Luke. I have one problem and hopefully you can help me solve it. It is regarding the point 6 in your article. I could not locate the timezone settings in google accounts by following the instruction you provided. And as you rightly pointed out, the red line showing the current time in google calender is still showing my previous time zone. PLEASE HELP.Owlhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13689798900295008149noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-71542177126756142942013-10-18T13:18:10.531-04:002013-10-18T13:18:10.531-04:00Hi this is Amrita. I too had a lasek done 4 weak b...Hi this is Amrita. I too had a lasek done 4 weak back and facing the same issue like urs. Left eye being very clear and right eye blury in distance. Hope this issue will get resolved as time will go because scared of having this different vision on eyes.Amri Bhandarihttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13340736053162649119noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-6687519185927672712013-07-03T14:28:58.297-04:002013-07-03T14:28:58.297-04:00Thanks for the quick response. Nothing from that a... Thanks for the quick response. Nothing from that article works with my system. I have Office 2003 Outlook, Chrome browser, and Win 7. I found wording that was similar (view msg source), clkd on it, and it gave me the time the message was sent from the local server, the time it was sent to a national server, and the time it was sent to my local machine. I looked at 6 emails; all were sent/received within 1 second. However the time was showing, for example, GMT-6, GMT-4, GMT+2, etc.<br /> Honestly this isn&#39;t a biggie at all. I have more important things to be doing. However our youngest daughter is curious as to why we are up at 3 am writing email. Other than that, we really don&#39;t care.<br /> So I&#39;m going to just move on and guess there are other things that I need to be spending my time on. Such as, getting better on my Warwick 5-string. So thank you for spending a few minutes on my question. Hope you have a wonderful rest of the week. Go shoot some firecrackers.Unknownhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12126053195784196011noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-22807376682411550702013-07-03T01:35:23.488-04:002013-07-03T01:35:23.488-04:00In the case of Outlook, there are two separate tim...In the case of Outlook, there are two separate times/dates: the time sent and time received. By default I think it shows the time sent (for incoming messages), *based on the time on the sender&#39;s computer*, not the time received, which is a stupid default. They may have changed the default since the last time I looked. But anyway, you can debug your problem a little more by making sure that both sent and received timestamps are being shown in the message list in Outlook -- see the article here: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/how-time-stamps-appear-in-messages-HA001150765.aspx If everything is off by 3-5 hours, then I would hazard a guess that your system clock is showing the correct time, but your timezone is set wrong. I bet you live in a time zone that is 3-5 hours different from UTC (GMT) depending on Daylight Savings. If so, it may be a problem with Windows being set up to use UTC rather than the local time for the BIOS clock. That&#39;s a little tricky to fix, because you have to modify the registry to fix the problem as far as I know. I won&#39;t give the answer here, since it&#39;s complicated, and it may not solve your problem, but it gives you a few things to look into.Luke Hutchisonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07119186060702104432noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-12921634001917872642013-07-03T01:09:09.909-04:002013-07-03T01:09:09.909-04:00Hi, I&#39;m hijacking this from Jessica. I have th...Hi, I&#39;m hijacking this from Jessica. I have the same time-stamp problem, but it&#39;s bigger than just a g-mail issue. When I send emails the time-stamp moves from 3 hours ahead to 5 hours ahead. All settings on my DELL are correct. However, emails sent TO me from others using other brands of computers, other email providers, other everything - well they are also off the same; 3 - 5 hours ahead. I use G-mail to send photos, but Outlook to send text. Outlook is fine-the time is always correct when sending. BUT emails received in Outlook are off the same as emails I send from my G-mail. Help me Obi Wan - you&#39;re my only hope.Unknownhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12126053195784196011noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-49546957819354513342013-05-13T20:34:26.292-04:002013-05-13T20:34:26.292-04:00OpenDNS can also be set up on the router which wil...OpenDNS can also be set up on the router which will make every device use it on your Wi-Fi network (unless they circumvent it)<br /><br />With open DNS you can also set it up to not block but just report on categories of sites being requestedRyanhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02926383743502657473noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-32866347722278267502013-04-17T13:49:10.768-04:002013-04-17T13:49:10.768-04:00Right, there are two issues: video synchronization...Right, there are two issues: video synchronization at the server (assuming streaming/broadcast from the server, or recording at the server), and the fact that we are psychologically affected by hearing something delayed that is supposed to be synchronized with us. On the latter point, if you have ever heard a very loud delayed echo of your own voice in your cellphone, you&#39;ll know exactly what I mean, and how hard it is to switch off the part of your brain that tries to synchronize with it. It can completely disrupt thought.Luke Hutchisonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07119186060702104432noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-19629529063623175112013-04-17T06:18:53.360-04:002013-04-17T06:18:53.360-04:00Just saw Luke&#39;s reply, but I think this is sti...Just saw Luke&#39;s reply, but I think this is still relevant:<br /><br />I think the metronome idea is a great one, but you don&#39;t need to sync it to NTP, because again you run into the same issues when you add latency to the mix. The issue is the mix/output: Let&#39;s say I&#39;m in a hangout with B and C, if C has higher or variable latency compared to B then it will be out of sync with B from my perspective even if the metronome is perfectly &quot;in sync&quot;. But if the *video feeds* are synchronised to the metronome in my session (as host), allowing a bit of a buffer for variations in guest latencies, then we can all perform in sync (at least from my perspective), and I can record the performance &quot;live&quot; (sort of). This is effectively what Luke is saying &quot;set the tempo and pay no attention&quot;, but in the sync&#39;ed video feed version it can be effectively utilised by multiple parties, not just two. Ideally all the guest participants probably need the entire audio feed muted, it would be incredibly off-putting, as Luke pointed out. They only need to know their part and stay in time.<br /><br />As for live streaming, the video stream sync and audio mixing could be done server-side rather than host-side, with the same result.<br /><br />The other area where this won&#39;t (can&#39;t?) work is multi-party improvisation. There&#39;s something to think about.Paul Hhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/10092948313758540752noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-48599719910714058462013-04-17T05:56:39.663-04:002013-04-17T05:56:39.663-04:00The point is that whether or not you have a metron...The point is that whether or not you have a metronome, the other person is always going to sound a fraction of a second behind you. (I&#39;m estimating 100-200ms, but I have no idea, I haven&#39;t measured it, it could be as high as 500ms.) So if you&#39;re listening to the other person -- at all -- you&#39;re going to run into issues. A metronome would only solve part of the problem by at least making you keep pace, it wouldn&#39;t allow you to directly respond to the other person in realtime, and it&#39;s still going to mess with your brain that the other person always feels like they&#39;re lagging behind you.Luke Hutchisonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07119186060702104432noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-63454135113517559362013-04-17T03:27:26.736-04:002013-04-17T03:27:26.736-04:00Of course you&#39;re right that there are theoreti...Of course you&#39;re right that there are theoretical reasons why this can&#39;t be done perfectly in all network conditions. But I think there&#39;s room for tool support that would do pretty good job most of the time.<br /><br />How about a shared (visual and/or auditory) metronome? You could even synchronize it with NTP-like techniques, if that level of precision matters. From a user&#39;s perspective, advice like &quot;split the delay equally&quot; is hard to follow without some kind of reference.<br /><br />Of course, since hangouts work to create an illusion of simultaneity, getting users to understand delays could be difficult. But many musicians already have an understanding of time delays, just from the speed of sound--that&#39;s part of the reason for having a conductor, after all.Mitch Skinnerhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07969030817175908535noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-53544949072434920302013-03-26T18:14:38.053-04:002013-03-26T18:14:38.053-04:00It says this on which computer? The one you&#39;re...It says this on which computer? The one you&#39;re sending emails from? i.e. right after you hit send, it shows a timestamp an hour old? Or are you saying that somebody reading your email on another computer sees the wrong timestamp?Luke Hutchisonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07119186060702104432noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-82316778065242473922013-03-26T13:54:33.595-04:002013-03-26T13:54:33.595-04:00Darn, I tried all of these things and while I did ...Darn, I tried all of these things and while I did fix my Calendar (whew!) it still says I&#39;m sending/receiving emails an hour beforehand.<br /><br />Any other tricks up your sleeve?Jessica Ahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13846925696186278724noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-68428141747482895112013-02-20T12:39:54.761-05:002013-02-20T12:39:54.761-05:00Hi I had PRK Jan 26,2013 Its almost a month and my...Hi I had PRK Jan 26,2013 Its almost<br />a month and my vision is not stable.Its sometimes blurry far distance and now short distance its so blurry I cant read.I didn&#39;t have problems reading.Its really frustrating.Charina Aumentadohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09422253880347722412noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-73917052767310881132013-01-28T17:07:47.126-05:002013-01-28T17:07:47.126-05:00eve11: Good question -- the justification is simpl...eve11: Good question -- the justification is simply that a good hashing algorithm relatively evenly distributes hashed data through the hash key space. So there is no reason that the cracked subset of hashes is not representative of the rest of the dataset. I have to imagine that they cracked the hashes in order of prevalence, which doesn&#39;t affect the results or conclusions. This attack worked on such a large scale since there was no salting of the hashes.Luke Hutchisonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07119186060702104432noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-87158239038260083742013-01-28T11:36:31.207-05:002013-01-28T11:36:31.207-05:00Any justification on why the passwords that were c...Any justification on why the passwords that were cracked are representative of the ones that weren&#39;t? That is...quite an assumption.eve11http://eve11.livejournal.com/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-52278585664614086022012-12-31T23:51:04.272-05:002012-12-31T23:51:04.272-05:00well he just performed it with MC Hammer in time s...well he just performed it with MC Hammer in time square for new years. Happy new year Luke!Ralph Spencer Steenblikhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11031097428421085043noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-87777369778967342202012-06-12T01:25:21.059-04:002012-06-12T01:25:21.059-04:00Sounds a bit like Starlab. http://en.wikipedia.or...Sounds a bit like Starlab.<br /><br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/StarlabJameshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08298477990456404817noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-47026510580918816202012-05-25T19:09:31.447-04:002012-05-25T19:09:31.447-04:00Mr. Hutchison, a lot of people share your views, b...Mr. Hutchison, a lot of people share your views, but not those in power in academia, where casting out critics is standard.<br /><br />Personally, I find the entire materialist concept in Biology to be an anti-scientific fraud. If one takes evidence of intelligent formation or movement and claims it is an &quot;illusion&quot;, then they need to demonstrate how that could be. Life is the intelligent animation of matter and the role of intelligence as the base root of all life is the most certain fact in all of science.<br /><br />Even the varied and clearly purposive and learning chemo-electric data transmissions in our brains are claimed to be lucky chemical reactions to the materialists. Free will articulations as well.<br /><br />Survival of the fittest is fine but it doesnt explain the origins of anything fit. The selection filter is a subtractive death filter, incapable of creating any novel trait or species. Death of the unfit does not cause life for the fit.<br /><br />Darwinism is a combination of random chaos and death, the most destructive force imaginable.IntelligentAnimationhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08452719450715806668noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-53604473337205693932012-05-24T04:34:24.115-04:002012-05-24T04:34:24.115-04:00I agree with Jayden. It is good for North Korea th...I agree with Jayden. It is good for North Korea that they are not late when it comes to technologies but I hope they do not use this for unfriendly reasons. Maybe they have <a href="http://www.securence.com/services/email-encryption-security" rel="nofollow">email encryption software</a> to keep documents confidential, which is quite dangerous.jamie stinthttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08816538234948839198noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-14527903969754011572012-05-21T18:55:10.276-04:002012-05-21T18:55:10.276-04:00Thank you, IntelligentAnimation. I don&#39;t think...Thank you, IntelligentAnimation. I don&#39;t think there are many people that share my views. I wish things were different, it would make for more interesting conversations than the status quo, where everybody either accepts the dogmas of biological orthodoxy or is cast out as a heretic.Luke Hutchisonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07119186060702104432noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5017213576718024910.post-43895224713229988582012-05-21T15:05:14.539-04:002012-05-21T15:05:14.539-04:00Mr. Hutchison, this is without a doubt the best an...Mr. Hutchison, this is without a doubt the best and most accurate article I have ever read on Darwinism. The rarity of non-viability doesn&#39;t leave much evidence for randomness considering non-viabilithy should be the norm, if not the only result we see if genetics or epigenetics were random.<br /><br />Until now I was beginning to feel I was the only student of Life Science with a brain. Are there others out there who share your views as I do?IntelligentAnimationhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08452719450715806668noreply@blogger.com