Hosted by HPR Volunteers on 2014-03-03 and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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A monthly look at what has been going on in the HPR community. This is a regular show scheduled for the first Monday of the month.
A monthly look at what has been going on in the HPR community. This is on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month.
Welcome to our new hosts:
J. A. Mathis, and
|1413||ohmroep hpr live 3, 01-08-2013, (Power)DNS||Nido Media|
|1414||ohmroep hpr live 4, 31-06-2013, operating lights at Observe Hack Make||Nido Media|
|1415||18 - LibreOffice Writer Working with Page Styles||Ahuka|
|1416||HPR New Year Show Part 1 2013-12-31T10:00:00Z to 2013-12-31T16:00:00Z||Various Hosts|
|1417||HPR New Year Show Part 2 2013-12-31T16:00:00Z to 2013-12-31T21:00:00Z||Various Hosts|
|1418||HPR New Year Show Part 3 2013-12-31T22:00:00Z to 2014-01-01T04:00:00Z||Various Hosts|
|1419||HPR New Year Show Part 4 2014-01-01T04:00:00Z to 2014-01-01T10:00:00Z||Various Hosts|
|1420||HPR New Year Show Part 5 2014-01-01T10:00:00Z to 2014-01-01T12:00:00Z||Various Hosts|
|1421||Statistics and Polling||Ahuka|
|1422||Setting up and using SSH and SOCKS||Curtis Adkins (CPrompt^)|
|1423||Monty - The man behind your databases||Seetee|
|1424||ohmroep hpr live mini, 03-08-2013, Censorship and Hacking in the Netherlands||Nido Media|
|1425||Ahuka 20 LibreOffice Writer FramesIntroduction and the Type Tab||Ahuka|
|1426||A Visit to Reglue||David Whitman|
|1427||Decoding HPR1216 the easy way and a bit more||mirwi|
|1428||Coffee Stain Studios and the Sanctum games||Seetee|
|1430||thebestofyoutube.com download script||Ken Fallon|
|1431||Talking Twenty Fourteen||NYbill|
|1433||Ubuntu Quickly Ebook Template||Mike Hingley|
|1434||Why I made an account free android||ToeJet|
|1435||21 - LibreOffice Writer Frame Properties Completed||Ahuka|
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Comment #1 posted on 2014-03-06T12:05:01Z by deepgeek
Just a note on the "arbitrariness" of fahrenheit mentioned in the show. fahrenheit's original "set points" were original what was thought to be human body temperatures in the time it was invented. Thus, a healthy human was pegged at 100 degrees, later advances in accuracy adjusted that to 98 degrees.
The two are just as arbitrary, using 100 degrees for boiling water or what temperature you think a healthy person should be at.
Not that I'm all that fond of either system, I just wanted to point out the historical tidbit.