Update: This problem is actually not fixed. Shortly after publishing this, it crashed again with an out of memory error.
Last week, GoPro announced their Karma drone. It’s their first foray into drones. If you haven’t heard of GoPro (because you live under a rock or something), they’re very well known for their action cameras. In fact, many drone pilots use GoPro Hero cameras on their drones for their HD footage. The GoPro Hero line of cameras are basically the quintessential action camera for the action videographer.
The common people don’t really think much about security. The biggest security hole in almost any situation is the people involved. I’m a bit different in this regard.
Today I read an article that I found on Hackernews about a bit of a mystery when it comes to doctors helping patients they diagnose with Type 2 diabetes. The article starts off mentioning many of the expensive options that are explored, including a newer one approved fairly recently. Most people just go on drugs, including synthetic insulin, and many doctors explore bariatric surgery for those that can afford it.
I’ve been using a Sena SMH10R on my helmet for a couple of years now. It’s a pretty cool device that can pair with other Sena devices for bike to bike comms (good for group rides) and it also pairs with my phone for some navigation prompts and other things. The SMH10R is their low profile setup, with really the only drawback being an ugly remote battery that I have attached to the back of my helmet.
So I got a new motorcycle! It’s my first brand new bike as my previous 2 were used (the first one being owned briefly and fairly old). It’s a 2016 Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle.
So Microsoft open sourced PowerShell and is bringing it to Linux. This news actually excited me. Yet, I’ve already seen commentary that Linux people don’t really want this.