@A_rayB I've heard about Primer but not Color. I'll check them both out. Thanks :)
@A_rayB Those movies are on my watch list, among others. Thanks for the recommendation :)
The acting in Arrival was amazing, and it had great potential, but I thought the plot could have been explored more. Annihilation was a pleasant surprise, and Black Mirror continues to amaze. I just wish more new scifi movies would explore complex ideas like the old ones used too.
I've become very disillusioned with current sci-fi movies. They've become very commercial, short-sighted, dumbed-down, and do not tackle complex issues. They're not even fun. But the older ones are really amazing. I recommend the following to start with:
The Time Machine (1960)
2001 - A Space Odyssey (1968)
Silent Running (1972)
Soylent Green (1973)
Capricorn One (1978)
Starship Troopers (1987)
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: Stan Lee's legacy is undeniable – & undeniably complicated. His greatest collaborator, Jack Kirby, a greater visionary than Stan, became his bitterest foe. And yet he wasn't just an editor or a corporate overlord. My attempt at a messy, honest obit.
Today I received a notification from LinkedIn saying that my contact xyz has just joined LinkedIn.
I can't remember having consciously shared my address book with LinkedIn. Probably, I have just pressed the big "Continue" button upon first login via the mobile app...
Here you can check if LinkedIn can access your email or phone contact list, and manage your imports:
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I'll add my own I can think of:
* Moby - Extreme Ways
* 4 Non Blondes - What's Up?
* Faint - Linkin Park
* Levels - Avicii
* Can't hold us - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
* Nero - Thomas Bergersen
* Born to be wild - Steppenwolf
* Immigrant song - Led Zeppelin
* Jumping Jack Flash - The Rolling Stones
* Tick Tick Boom - The Hives
* Take Me Out - Franz Ferdinand
* and of course a few from Queen :)
@gudenau I got this on debian too. Spent several hours googling to no avail. Ended up re-installing Nvidia drivers and things are back to normal.
@neekz0r :( Thanks for the heads up.
@neekz0r Udacity offers nano-degree programs. They're online courses that they claim have industry backing, and are a bit more challenging and interactive than the usual online course.
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