Bit Tech Forums
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I am looking at building a new cabinet for my hardware as I would like to add a firewall and new switch to try and future proof a little. I have one old i7 920 running off a 600w PSU, and I am looking at digging out my even older Q6600 for the firewall. The i7 and mobo came out of an Alienware Area 51 ALX that also had either a 1.2Kw or 1.5Kw PSU.. Would it be feasible to run the two systems of the one PSU if I branched off the 24pin and 8pin. Then if so, if I were to mod the PSU to be on all the time it has power by joining PWR_ON wire to GND, will I be able to power down each PC independently?? Both machines would run headless so no power required for GPU, but will have about 10 HDDs and 1 DVD drive between them. Cheers Iain
Universe Today
18 minutes
If you caught the February 16 th , 1999 annular eclipse from the Australian Outback, then you witnessed the last eclipse in saros 140. Stick around until March 9 th , 2035 and you can then complete an exeligmos or triple saros cycle, joining an elite club of eclipse-chasing adventurers, indeed. Eclipses occur in pairs or sometimes triplets, when the nodes where the Moon's orbit intersect the position of the Sun and the Earth's shadow along the ecliptic plane. These nodes move due to orbital precession of the Moon's path around the Earth. If the Moon weren't inclined relative to the ecliptic, we'd see a lunar and solar eclipse every synodic month. The February 11th penumbral eclipse ushered in the current eclipse season, which ends with this weekend's annular eclipse. The penumbral eclipse from earlier this month, ushering in eclipse season 1 of 2 for 2017.
BBC News 24
31 minutes
The polls are open until ten o'clock tonight, and the results are expected at around three o'clock tomorrow morning. Eating ten portions of fruit and veg a day can help us live longer. A study by Imperial College London shows that consuming small amounts has a health benefit, but more is better. However, Public Health England says that putting pressure on us to eat more fruit and veg creates an 'unrealistic expectation'. Joining me earlier via webcam was Professor Tom Sanders, emeritus Professor of Nutrition Dietetics at King's College London. I asked him what he thought about the recommended intake of ten a day.
The Iran Project
34 minutes
BBC Parliament
39 minutes
We may not always agree here with the Government foreign policy or defence strategy but one of the implications of joining the Armed Forces is in part to pass to others the responsibility for deciding who is and who is not an adversarial. Their right to expect the fullest protection we can for people who do a job with commitment and professionalism and they are renowned for that.
Finance Magnates
40 minutes
Politico
2 hours
The New York Times is taking the unusual and expensive step of advertising during the Academy Awards on Sunday, joining companies like McDonalds, Samsung and Anheuser-Busch in paying top dollar for commercial spots during the awards show. The newspaper is using the Oscars platform to launch a multi-faceted ad campaign, centered around the Timespursuit of “The Truth.” It’s the paper’s first television brand campaign in a decade, and according to Times executives, is likely the first time they’ve ever advertised during such a popular primetime TV event. The 30-second ad spot is simple. A white background with black text starts with the words “The truth is our nation is more divided than ever,” while a woman’s voice, meant to sound like a news clip, reads the same line. The lines change, though “The truth is” stays in place. “The truth is the media is dishonest,” reads one.
ITV
2 hours
Well, joining me now is Callum, who did manage to turn his life around after spending time in prison. Also here is Jacob Tas, the chief executive of Nacro, which is a charity which helps rehabilitate offenders. Jacob, has Liz Truss got it right this time? I think she has in terms of highlighting the importance of the fact that prisoners are a captive audience and therefore the purpose of prison should be rehabilitation.
Sky News
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Football Daily
3 hours
HubSpot Marketing Blog
3 hours
Stronger networks made up of lots of people meant that if one person left the network, the rest of their friends wouldnt necessarily follow suit. But if a user had only two friends in a social network and one deleted their account, they would be more likely to do the same -- it would be a boring experience on the platform otherwise. Friendster wasnt widely adopted by usersfriends and families, so their time was better spent on other networks where more of their real-world network was online -- namely, on Facebook and Myspace. 2) Eons When Eons.com was launched in 2006 and shut down in 2012. What Eons was designed to be a social network for baby boomers. Touted as “ Myspace for boomers ,” it set age restrictions that prevented anyone under the age of 50 from joining-- however, the age restriction was lowered to 40 in 2008. The site never experienced a huge boom in popularity around its launch, and at its peak, it reached roughly 800,000 users .
Sky News
3 hours
I think that must be the future. I will be adapt to the changes in those dynamics? Thank you very much for joining us this afternoon. An enquiry has been ordered into why so many British children are going hungry during school holidays when they cannot access free school meals.
BBC Two England
3 hours
The third biggest exporter China, do you know what it is? Box sets of the Daily Politics. Your television programme, Andrew. Thank you for joining us. Now, since our guest of the day David Willetts retired as an MP, he's been busy blaming Britain's woes on the retired.
SABC Digital News
3 hours
The Sun Daily
4 hours
Fans were expecting plenty of excitement when Tunku Mahkota Johor, Tunku Ismail ibni Sultan Ibrahim or better known as TMJ and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin along with two others, Tan Sri Annuar Musa and Tan Sri Aseh Che Mat, said they were joining the fray. But Khairy made it clear that he would pull out of the race if TMJ decided to run for the post which the Johor crown prince did upon getting the assent of his father, Sultan Ibrahim ibni almarhum Sultan Iskandar. So the frenzy among football fans and the public at large has somewhat fizzled out with the young and dynamic minister KJ as he's popularly known and the even younger TMJ are not facing each other after all. The election for president is now down to a straight fight between TMJ and Umno information chief Annuar, a former Cabinet minister and ex-president of the Kelantan FA. All indications show that TMJ is going to win hands down and I'm positive football fans are looking forward to his victory.
Sky News
4 hours
Daily Mail - Home
5 hours
A 23-year-old Syrian asylum seeker was was sentenced to three years in prison by a regional court in the north-central Austrian city of Salzburg for joining a terrorist militia.
BBC News 24
6 hours
Let's talk live to Dame Helen Mirren who's at the Prince's Trust Centre. Good morning, thank you very much for joining us this morning. Hello, Victoria, thank you for having us. Tell us about your moments of self-doubt, your self-esteem issues, the examples you have given to young people this morning.
Sky News
6 hours
You can also follow the campaign on Facebook and Twitter. Time now for our daily debate. It's been 33 days since Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. So today we are asking: How successful has Donald Trump's first month been? Joining me to discuss this is Dr Jan Halper-Hayes, who was consultant to Donald Trump's transition team, and Steven Erlanger, the London Bureau chief for the New York Times.
Sky News
6 hours
I'm doing a lot of work with a company to get plastic before it gets into the ocean, create a circular economy so it can put some of that stuff in new packaging and create more jobs at the same time. Thank you very much for joining us from the conference in Bali. And you can get involved with Sky's Ocean Rescue campaign by visiting sky ocean rescue dot com.
eFestivals
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Politico
6 hours
Tom has done a pretty good job of cementing a topnotch campaign given the timing of when he got in but he remains very aware that this is not his for the taking and I think that's smart of him to think that. While he trailed far behind Ellison and Perez in the survey, South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg has gotten traction recently in his own bid for the chairmanship. On Wednesday, former Vermont Governor and DNC Chair Howard Dean announced his support for Buttigieg, joining several other former DNC chairs — including Steve Grossman, Ed Rendell and Joe Andrews — who are backing the 35-year-old Indiana mayor. “Of the many challenges we face, the most important key to our future success is to cement the loyalties of the age group that has voted for us in the greatest numbers in every presidential election since 2008. They vote Democratic, but they do not consider themselves Democrats,” Dean wrote in a statement sent to DNC members.
Fast Company
6 hours
Most employers will happily tell you they support diversity and inclusion. Your job is to find out how. Most employers will happily tell you they support diversity and inclusion. Your job is to find out how. Ask any company whether they're diverse and inclusive, and they're probably going to tell you "yes." After all, not many hiring managers would want to admit that they have trouble recruiting or retaining members of diverse backgrounds. If you take that answer at face value, you run the risk of joining a company that talks a big game, but ultimately fails to take action. And in a worst-case scenario, this results in anyone from a non-traditional background feeling isolated and uncomfortable at work. Read Full Story
Sky News
7 hours
Is it five a day, ten or is fruit just too sugary after all. We get a lot of health of advice, but is it too much and too confusing? Well, joining us now is Dietician Sarah Schencker and Nutritionist Linda Johnston. a very good morning to you both. Sarah, let me ask you first, every day you turn over the pages in the newspaper and it's telling you one thing, the following week you might read the same paper and it's telling you something completely different.