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Web content is becoming a common location not only to gather information, but various activities can now be performed directly through your web browser, such as writing documents, editing pictures, or enjoying multimedia content. However, these require specialized components like Flash, and you might not want it to run automatically, case in which you need extensions like Flashblock.
Blends seamlessly into Firefox's streamed interface
Since this is an extension for Firefox, the installation entails downloading it from the dedicated Mozilla page and then restarting your browser to activate the extension.
It is worth mentioning that the utility stays hidden all of the times inside the corresponding menu, with no button on the toolbar for quick toggle. It would have been useful to at least receive notifications regarding target content, and whether or not you want to add it to the list of exceptions.
Block HTML5 and Silverlight content
Accessing the set of options lets you manage a set of general settings, where you can choose to block HTML5 videos and Silverlight content as well. In addition, you can use Firefox Sync to check whitelist synchronization, if available.
While the add-on enables you to block Macromedia Flash, Shockwave and Authorware content, you should bear in mind that it leaves placeholders on the webpage so that you can download and view the content, if necessary.
Moreover, the options menu comes with another tab that gives you the possibility to create a list of exceptions, just in case there are some websites you really want to allow content to run. Adding sites to the list is as easy as writing down the URL and pressing the Add button.
A helpful and discreet add-on for any Firefox user
In the eventuality that you are getting tired of accessing websites that tend to play videos and other content automatically, then Flashblock can help you block the unwanted content without too much hassle.







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It is available for Firefox and IceWeasel, and since it works properly inside Tor, it should work on your Linux Mint installation, too.


There is no such thing as html5 video, but there is html5 video support, so this just lets you block html5 video but will not prevent you from accessing that content on the page.
Firefox does not support Silverlight or Shockwave, so if you try to access that video content it will just fail.

You can have too much of a good thing.

We knew that when we built the Doubledealer, a miniature 3D printer that could also print out nails with embedded sensors. But we’re still surprised by just how crazy that design is. That’s why we’ve got a new story this week from Sandy Smith of the Wall Street Journal.

As Smith tells it, he was fascinated by the story of the person who claimed to build his own artificial limb and tried to sue the federal government for not letting him out of prison fast enough to use the limb. Smith followed up with that person, as well as the company that made the limb, and the story blew up into a big debate about the civil liberties of prisoners, the ability of the government to keep people in prison, and the fact that not only do prisons house people who committed nonviolent crimes, but who also commit additional violent crimes after they are released.

Smith calls the eventual settlement, which stopped the federal government from forcibly moving the prisoner and did not require him to be released, the last nail in the coffin of what he calls a “Prisoner’s Bill of Rights.”

Smith also tells a couple of other interesting stories, including the creation of the first 3D-printed glasses, which led to the creation of the glasses that you can see on this piece of printing equipment. And after the glasses hit the market, the medical community realized that they could help the visually impaired.

The point is, it’s a long time between now and the first 3D-printed glasses for consumer purchase. And that’s a good thing, because it lets us go back and admire the problems that led to the creation of 3D printing. And that is what we’re doing this week: Looking at the things that came before.

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# Chapter 10: Working with PDF Documents

PDF files are still a popular choice for storing documents online. It is a highly compressed form of pages that can be opened using Adobe Reader. There are good reasons for its wide usage—PDF files are lightweight, easy to create, highly secure, and often easy to edit. However, the format has some drawbacks that cause issues for some users, especially with the standard versions. For instance, it is highly recommended to run the actual PDF file or you might encounter issues in compatibility. It is also difficult to manipulate pictures in the document, because they are embedded in the file.

For this reason, some websites tend to automatically convert PDF files to a more commonly used format, which makes it easier for users to read them. The most common choice is to convert them to JPEG. The main reason is to facilitate the reading of the documents, since images are the best alternative to use text in a PDF document.

As for security, this might be the most important concern. The most commonly used conversion option tends to convert the entire PDF file into images, which can cause other issues if you use Adobe Reader to open them. Therefore, it is highly recommended to keep images from the original document separately and link them to the JPEG document.

Since the main function of the process is to link images to text, it is important to extract the images, because you can do so with ImageMagic and many other popular tools. Nevertheless, this task is much easier to do manually, as you are given the full control of the text. Since it can be a tedious process, the best option is to use a third-party solution that automates this process.

The search functionality for both PDF and XPS documents is easy to use, as they are not as bulky as the other formats. In addition, the documents are easy to share with other devices like mobile phones.


The XPS document format allows you to create a file that can be read by Microsoft Word, which is important for users that need to create documents and keep them in various formats. However, it is less commonly used compared to other formats like Word and RTF. It is considered as one of the best options for Microsoft Office 2010 users, and

Flashblock [Mac/Win]

– Let’s you block Flash, Flash-based content (including videos and other multimedia)
– Blends seamlessly into Firefox’s streamed interface
– Add your own URLs to be whitelisted
– Gives you the ability to whitelist websites
– You can even block Macromedia Flash videos
– A discreet extension, your privacy is not invaded by third parties
– Easily customizable for added flexibilityCity of Flint is suing California-based Vivint, alleging that its business practices have defrauded the city out of more than $7.2 million in rebate money that was intended for low-income Flint homeowners.

The lawsuit was filed in late December and charges that the company’s business practices were designed to “defraud and cheat” the city of funding for affordable housing and have cost the city hundreds of thousands of dollars in rebates.

Vivint operates urban homes that offer residents a “smart” home security system and energy-saving features like LED lighting.

“They were the company that approached us and was the one that we worked with initially,” a source close to the process said.

Flint officials have expressed concern for months that Vivint has not been providing residents the same rebates that other companies have offered to Flint, leading to the lawsuit.

But Vivint said in a statement it is ready to defend itself in court.

“As we have said repeatedly, we are committed to the well-being of Flint’s residents and to working with the city to help mitigate the damage to the public health and safety,” the statement reads.

“We are committed to the well-being of Flint’s residents and to working with the city to help mitigate the damage to the public health and safety.” — Statement from Vivint

The lawsuit also claims that Vivint has been slow to turn over records the city has requested about Vivint’s business practices.

The records request was made by City Attorney Samantha Harris during the course of her review of the Flint rebate process. The lawsuit states that the city has been notified of the requests, but they have not yet been fulfilled.

“The documentation we have obtained indicates that the city’s complaint is true,” said Steve Fried, an attorney who has been working with the city to obtain the records.

The documents the lawsuit cites include a confidential e-mail between a Vivint employee and a

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Ask HN: Which jobs are impossible? – skbohra123

There are many jobs that are impossible, and many that are impossible until the technology is good enough. What job is impossible now? Also, what is the best way to be the first person to do it?
Among software developers, making the web a 100% client-side environment is
pretty much completely impossible. We will probably get there eventually, but
it’s a thing we have been trying for, oh, 20 years, and will probably continue
to be trying for another 10 or so.

It is sad that it is possible that some technology will be impossible to do
before it is available.

One of the things I think about is that we all can have a lot of aspirations
and dreams about what we could achieve if we had sufficient time and resources
available, but this is true for all things.

So, I think there is a small difference between what we could achieve with
current technologies, and the rest of what is possible.

But, there is no difference between what is impossible, and what we could not
do because we are not able to invest enough of our time, or our resources, or
our energy to do it.

I think the number one thing we can all think about that will likely be
impossible is to create consciousness in a machine.

I think you are right. Though there are already people who argue that AI is
coming, and I do not think so. AI and general intelligence is a very tricky

What would be the next big thing? Probably, having a home, having food, and
having a place to sleep.

Let’s say that, we could have a machine that could pass a basic Turing test.

_There are many jobs that are impossible, and many that are impossible until
the technology is good enough._

You can buy one for a penny.

Actually, I used to be one of those people. But then I realized that it is a
luxury that is only useful for a very small number of people.

However, your suggestion to buy a lot of them, is very interesting. I wonder
what would be the best way to use them? For example, a twitter for every user
so that people can see what they have to say, and reply to them.


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