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4J Design and Build 2019 part 2


4J Design and Build 2019 part 2

4J NATIVES Totem Pole Project (2017-2019)

Roughly 100 carvers - most Native American children from across the Eugene, Oregon area - spent nearly two years chipping, carving, sanding, and painting a totem pole for Sheldon High School. Under the guidance of master carvers and indigenous educators, the students created a unique sculpture for the community. Since the fall of 2017, KLCC reporter Brian Bull has gathered audio-visual footage to show the totem pole's journey, from being downed in Deadwood, Oregon, to being raised once again on the Sheldon High Campus today (July 16, 2019) before a crowd of 60 people.

Special thanks for Vic Hansen for the early videos of the Western Red Cedar's felling and transport, and to Margaret Bull for the closing photos of the NATIVES students.

245 East 25th Street, 4J (1 Bedroom, $3,400 /mo)

Welcome home to your Manhattan haven at the Spruce Ridge House! This one-bedroom apartment is perfectly spacious and pin-drop quiet with tons of natural light thanks to its wall of windows in the massive living and dining area. The unit faces the back of the building so you can gaze over gorgeous trees and city views without all the street-facing noise. The oversized corner bedroom is adorned with two large windows and great closet space, and it can easily accommodate a king-sized bed without sacrificing space for additional furniture. In fact, the living and dining area, as well as the bedroom, are significantly larger in size compared to other units currently available in the building.

The upgraded modern kitchen boasts tons of custom dark wood cabinetry, white marble countertops, an elegant tile backsplash and sleek stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher, microwave, gas range, and full-sized refrigerator. The windowed bathroom displays an essence of serenity with white features including the soaking tub, walls, vanity, and backsplash tiling, beautifully contrasted by dark elegant floors. A big bathroom perk is the excellent water pressure!

Convenient to all the best Manhattan has to offer, the Spruce Ridge at 245 E. 25th St. is a 20-story luxury high-rise with 194 cooperative units. The pet-friendly building features top amenities including a full-time doorman, live-in super, updated laundry room, storage facility, bike room, parking garage, polished lobby and a rooftop deck with stunning views of the East River and city skyline. Residents can enjoy the warm community the friendly building staff and helpful neighbors have created, and take advantage of close proximity to excellent shopping like Trader Joes and DAgostino and favorites like fun events at Madison Square Park, weekend farmers markets at Union Square, authentic foods at Koreatown and so much more. The 6, N, R and W subway lines are close by, as well as multiple bus lines and Citibikes.

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Introduction to Neo4j and Graph Databases

This presentation introduces participants to what a graph database is and how Neo4j is used in many enterprises to implement key use cases. Participants will learn about the differences between a relational data model and a graph property model. Then, participants will learn about the components of the Neo4j Graph Platform and how to use Cypher to retrieve data from Neo4j.

Prerequisites: None - but attendees may want to check out Neo4j Enterprise on the Azure Marketplace, or try out

Lab Prerequisites: N/A, but there will be an in-session demo in the second half of this session; users can follow along on their own machines. (Instructions for this will be provided.)

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Special Hobby 1/48 Viggen (Stash Build #5) by Trevor

The 1/48 scale SAAB AJS-37 Viggen from Hobby Boss is the fifth kit from stash mountain. This is a full build review of the model, including the use of the excellent aftermarket splinter camouflage masks from DN Models. A splendid kit of a superb aircraft: there was a lot of fun to be had!

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Model Behavior: Weathering a Model (Space)Ship!

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Plastic model kits often need finishing work to make the models look as good as their source material. This week, Kayte and Norm take on the task of painting a Space Battleship Yamato 2199 snap fit kit, using washes and rust effects to make the spaceship look old and battle-worn. The result is a striking transformation!

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120 del monte|NE PALM BAY FL| Block Home|4 beds 2 Baths $152,500

entrally Located, Close To Everything Is This 4 Bed 2 Bath Single Car Garage City Water Concrete Block Home. Recent Improvements Include Fresh Paint On Both Interior & Exterior, Newer Roof 2017 & New Carpeting. Some Other Features Offered Are A Fenced Yard, Oversized Screened Lanai, Ceiling Fans, Wood Cabinets In The Kitchen, Tile Countertops, Decorative Mosaic Flooring, Tiled Bathroom Showers, 10 X 10 Concrete Pad In Backyard Can Be Used For A Shed Or Fire Pit Location. Well Water For Irrigation, Home Is Currently On Septic However City Sewer Is Available.

RC TRIAL - WINTER RC CRAWLER SCALER Groep TRAIL Hellendoorn February 2019 Part 2

RC TRIAL - WINTER RC CRAWLER SCALER Groep TRAIL Hellendoorn February 2019 Part 2. Forrest and sand excavation trail run 2019. Scale, trail and crawling RC is getting bigger in the Netherlands and Belgium. We do not have the luxery of a lot of rocks, but there enough places to enjoy our RC hobby.

This was a meeting organised by RC Crawler Scaler Groep, the biggest RC crawler, scaler and trail forum in the Netherlands. It was a freestyle trail this time. 26 members attended even do it was early in the year (February 3th of 2019), but we had some good weather. Do watch Part 1!

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For Sale Co-op in Spuyten Duyvil, Bronx | 3 Bedrooms 2 baths

For Sale 3 bedrooms 2 baths coop at 3135 Johnson Ave, Bronx, NY 10463. The building has 24 hours doorman, swimming pool which is free. GYM for a fee. 10 minutes walk to subway #1, 5 minutes walk to buses. 3 blocks to supermarket, restaurants and other stores.
Built in 1953. About 1450 square feet. Facing NE.
Maintenance $ 1411 include gas, water, heat & real estate taxes.
Asking $579,000
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MWO LRMs are completely out of control, part 2

LRM damage per missile must be tuned down from 1.0 to 0.7
LRM velocity must be tuned down from 190 m/s to 100 m/s
Even this way, they would still be way stronger than they should be.
The main problem is: they require no skill at all, it's like the game is playing itself.
Even my dog could do what we just did.

Circuit Breaker Pattern - Fault Tolerant Microservices

Microservices can cause cascading failures. Use Circuit Breaker pattern to build microservices in fault tolerant way.

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Testing the 128mm electric pegasus design in this new prototype body. Powerplant: Schubeler. Fuselage composite. Lenght 2 meters.

693 Humboldt Street, Greenpoint, Brooklyn


Contemporary. Chic. Craftsmanship. Comfort.
Welcome to 693 Humboldt Street, a completely renovated and thoughtfully crafted 19’ wide home designed with your comfort and convenience at top of mind! Impeccable care, quality, and artistic consideration are apparent at every turn.
From the moment you enter you are greeted with 6-inch solid white oak floors, custom paneled walls, and three oversized windows leading to a spacious foyer and a stylish and expansive living and dining area.
The designer kitchen is a chef’s dream, both incredibly elegant and functional with state-of-the-art appliances and finishes: Bosch dishwasher, Fisher Paykel fully-iintegrated refrigerator, 36” Bertazzoni hooded range, microwave, and oven; water filtration, garbage disposal, and Instant Hot water system. The 9’ center island with handsome Quartz countertops is perfect as a breakfast bar and for entertaining guests, and an ideal spot to admire the ipe patio. You will love the walnut millwork all custom built in Brooklyn! A separate wet bar with a wine cooler, sink, and extra cabinets round off the kitchen and nestled between floor to ceiling pantries lies the discreet first-floor powder room. Nothing is left to be desired.
Just outside of the kitchen relish the serenity and privacy of your backyard, while listening to music on your outdoor speakers. What a delight to dine outside!
Up the stairs to the second floor, you will find a gracious and bright media room with four oversized windows overlooking Humboldt Street, two spacious bedrooms, a full bath, and 10ft ceilings. Each bedroom enjoys a roomy custom closet and overlooks the rear garden below. The chic hall bathroom has beautiful, heated cement tile floors, and top of the line fittings and fixtures. An Electrolux washer and dryer are tucked into a hall closet tailored with cabinetry and Corian countertop for added ease while laundering.
A king-sized master bedroom with a huge walk-in closet and an opulent en-suite bath awaits on the top floor of this wonderful home. The spa-like master bath has a freestanding soaking tub plus European style shower, sleek 7’ custom vanity with Corian countertop and double sinks, heated tile floors, Watermark fittings, and a lovely skylight. A custom walnut linen closet with its own hamper has been built-in for your convenience. A queen-sized bedroom with twin closets and en-suite bath complete the floor and provides ample privacy for all. Oversized windows in each room bring in wonderful light to the top floor.
693 Humboldt Street is protected by a Ring security system and has been wired as a smart home for its new homeowner. Enjoy your music from nearly every corner of the house with your surround-sound speaker system. An HVAC system with three-zone thermostats will keep you and your guests comfortable year round. High-end fittings can be found in every room of the house, and all mill-work throughout the home is custom built.
693 Humboldt marks the second project as designers/developers (with a third around the corner; literally) for this pair. The duo shares close to 20 years in the business, working on high-end interior design projects, including numerous complete 'down to studs' renovated townhouses. Codas and Kristovich focus on creating beautiful, smart homes with precise attention to detail while crafting desirable 'liveable' floor plans and layouts for today's homeowner.

Samuel Graham: The Engineering of Advanced Electronics

Samuel Graham, the Eugene C. Gwaltney, Jr. School Chair and Professor at the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology, spoke at UVA Engineering on October 11, 2018, as part of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering's MAE Grand Challenges lecture series. Prof. Graham's lecture, The Engineering of Advanced Electronics, focuses on his research on electronic devices.

MWO LRMs are completely out of control, part 1

LRM damage per missile must be tuned down from 1.0 to 0.7
LRM velocity must be tuned down from 190 m/s to 100 m/s
Even this way, they would still be way stronger than they should be.
The main problem is: they require no skill at all, it's like the game is playing itself.
Even my dog could do what we just did.

F-14 Tomcat New Paint Fort Worth Aviation Museum

The staff at the Fort Worth Aviation Museum did a fantastic job of repainting the museum's F-14 Tomcat.

Perhaps the most widely recognized Navy fighter thanks to its starring role in Top Gun, the F-14 Tomcat served as an advanced interceptor and air superiority fighter, capable of attacking six enemy aircraft simultaneously at a range of over 100 miles with the AIM-54 Phoenix missile.

It was a failed attempt at standardization that resulted in the design of perhaps the most famous fighter of the modern era. When a Navy version of the U.S. Air Force F-111 failed to meet exacting requirements for a carrier-based fighter, the Navy initiated a design competition for a new air superiority aircraft. The result was a design marvel featuring a unique variable sweep wing—the F-14 Tomcat.

Equipped with a weapon control system that enabled the aircraft's crew to track 24 hostile targets at a range of 195 miles and attack six simultaneously with AIM-54 Phoenix missiles, deliveries to the Navy began in June 1972 with deployment of operational carrier squadrons in 1975. The F-14 made a brief appearance over Vietnam, flying protective patrols for helicopters effecting the final evacuation of American personnel and foreign nationals from Saigon with no opposition from enemy fighters. The Middle East was destined to become the scene of the Tomcat's combat initiation during encounters with Libyan fighters during the 1980s. Upgraded F-14A (plus) and F-14Ds came into service in the late1980s and early 1990s, boasting enhanced avionics and more powerful F110-GE-400 turbofans. The aircraft also proved an outstanding air-to-ground platform employing a capability present from the initial design work, but rarely employed. At peak employment, thirty Navy squadrons operated F-14s. Tomcats flew combat missions during the Gulf War and in missions over Iraq and Afghanistan from 2001 until the F-14's retirement in 2006.

Aircraft History

This F-14 was originally a Grumman F-14A-85-GR Tomcat, Navy Bureau of Aeronautics No. 159600, c/n 147, and was manufactured by Grumman Aerospace in Calverton, New York. It was a Block 85 F-14A model delivered July 16, 1975. This was the longest serving F-14 Tomcat in the US Navy.


This aircraft spent a lot of time training new Tomcat pilots, as we await the full Navy records, we know this aircraft served with:

VF-124 Gunfighters at NAS Miramar, VF-101 Grim Reapers at NAS Oceana, In 1987, 159600 transferred to the fleet, serving, in order, with VF-142 Ghostriders, VF-14 Tophatters, and again with VF-142 Ghostriders with at NAS Oceana.

In 1978, the aircraft served with VF-84 Jolly Rogers (marked as “AJ 210”). In the 1983-84 timeframe, the aircraft arrived at VF-14 Tophatters (as “AE 104”) who operated the aircraft until 1988. The Tomcat then joined VF-142 Ghostriders (“AG 206”). In 1990 the aircraft arrived at the now closed Naval Aviation Depot Norfolk, Virginia, for conversion into an F-14D (serial number DR-5). Perhaps 1994 or 96?

By 1994, the aircraft was flying with VF-2 Bounty Hunters (as “NE 115”) at NAS Miramar. During this tour, NAS Miramar transferred to the Marine Corps and VF-2 relocated to NAS Oceana. It remained with this squadron for ten years, but changed its call number to “NE 110” about January 1999.

In 2003, this aircraft would return to her roots and once again serve in Fleet Readiness Squadron VF-101 Grim Reapers. The following year, 159600 would be assigned to VF-31 Tomcatters where she would remain until the Tomcat’s retirement in September 2006.

In 2004, the aircraft has returned to VF-2 (and remained “NE 100”). In 2004, VF-101 operated the aircraft (as “AD-160”). A year later in 2005, VF-31 operated the aircraft (as “AJ-111”). It was while assigned to VF-31 that it received the nickname Christine after the Stephen King thriller.

While on it’s final cruise (September 2005-March 2006) aboard the USS (ship), this aircraft would experience a structural failure -- a bulkhead blew out during routine maintenance. The aircraft became a maintenance challenge for months, but was returned to flight status.

This aircraft has a long combat history including a role as a Forward Air Controller (Airborne), Forward Air Controller (Airborne) (“FAC(A)”) in Desert Storm and Afghanistan. Locally, Tomcats were flown by Navy fighter squadrons, VF-201 and VF-202 at NAS Dallas and the Joint Reserve Base at Carswell for fifteen years.

The aircraft arrived in Fort Worth aboard a Lockheed C-5A Galaxy on March 3, 2007. This F-14 Tomcat is on loan from the National Naval Aviation Museum (NNAM) in Pensacola, Florida.



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