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My Ingress portal number twenty is up, another one in Brumunddal. Well, I have several more lined up, hopefully some more will be accepted in the following weeks/months.
This is another at first maybe surprising drink with Sushi. When you think about it, it should not be so strange. After all Ginger is served with your Sushi… The above example, a highly potent Ginger Ale at 8% ABV, might not be your first choice, but it does work well with food.
I have a three year old Asus ZenBook showing a very brownish yellow color. This has irritated me since the day I got it, but not enough that I could be bothered to do anything about it… Now that the machine is maybe due for replacement anyway and I do not care if I break it anymore, why not give it a shot?
The process involves flashing the firmware of your machine, so it might be risky. As the OP stated:
I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DEAD MACHINES AND MESSED UP SCREENS! YOU DO EVERYTHING ON YOUR OWN RISK
For download of the flashing software and the color profile, see here.
I did virus check the files before running, but no guarantees there either. And the process did work, for me. There was a bit of a hick-up when the flashing process was over and the software tried to restart the desktop, it even claimed it “failed” and my desktop went black. I restarted the machine and put my desktop background picture back and everything seems fine now, and I have a decent yellow. Huzzah!
Usually I drink Sake with my Sushi, but someone recommended Gose. Gose is a very sour style of beer, and I quite enjoyed it. The above bottle is a Norwegian one that I could get at my local outlet. I liked it, maybe you will too.
My Ingress portal number 19 is up, more than two years after my last accepted submission to the portal network, and more that a year and a half since it was originally submitted.
This is very sad. It is reported from Malta that the beautiful Azure Window on the island of Gozo collapsed completely Wednesday morning during a storm. Above is how it looked in 2004 when I visited.