@dbeato step 4 is wrong. The DKIM signer needs to be at the BOTTOM of this list, so it runs last. Otherwise, other transport agents may modify the message, which would render the signatures generated by the signer invalid.
A trip to a melting glacier will shape how the BBC's new climate editor, Justin Rowlatt, reports on the story of climate change.
You cannot help but be awed by the scale of Antarctica, the great white continent. I visited just before the pandemic struck and it is impossible not to feel humbled in the presence of something that seems so much bigger and more powerful than you. But that sensation is an illusion. When we finally flew over the front of the enormous glacier after weeks of travelling, I found myself staring down at an epic vision of shattered ice. As I wrote at the time, it felt like I'd reached the frontline of climate change; a place where the equilibrium that has held our world in balance for thousands of years was slipping and crashing.
Bitcoin mining produces electronic waste (e-waste) annually comparable to the small IT equipment waste of a place like the Netherlands, research shows.
Miners of the cryptocurrency each year produce 30,700 tonnes of e-waste, Alex de Vries and Christian Stoll estimate. That averages 272g (9.5oz) per transaction, they say. By comparison, an iPhone 13 weighs 173g (6.1oz). Miners earn money by creating new Bitcoins, but the computing used consumes large amounts of energy. They audit Bitcoin transactions in exchange for an opportunity to acquire the digital currency. Attention has been focused on the electricity this consumes - currently more than the Philippines - and the greenhouse gas pollution caused as a result.
Looking for a new radio, as I managed to sell my main one yesterday. ... which was a bit of a surprise. Not sure I want to deal with an external tuner on the next one,.. but just means more up front...
It's between these:
FT-991A ALL-BAND, MULTIMODE PORTABLE TRANSCEIVER
FT-891 HF+50Mhz ALL MODE MOBILE TRANSCEIVER
I would need a tuner to go with the FT-891, whereas the FT-991A has it internal. It's been a long time (cir 2000) since I bought a new primary radio,... it's over due...
What kind of radios are those? CB?
I'd definitely go with the 991A if it's got the tuner built in.
GASP He said Ceee Bee... GAH
Hahaha - Amateur Radio or Ham Radio. Likely the route I'll go is the 991A, as as stated,... it has the internal tuner. And beats having to manually tune things as I had been.
Ham Radio, gotcha. Runs in the family, lol.
(My older sister in that pic, Grampa's Ham in the background. Built it himself. I think Pops still has it at the house).
For logistics, I would also place scheduled tasks that I created in their own task folder. Just like Microsoft and others have.
That way I know the tasks in there is not generated by something else.
One could also fix the description to say the source of the task. I get the appeal of placing them in their own folder nested somewhere in that mess, but it's so much easier to deal with them in the top level directory.
I guess you could fix the name. But it's mostly misbehaving apps that put tasks in the top level directory. I mean Microsoft added the folder structure for task organization. It wasn't there in the old days.