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At 18 years young, this a

At 18 years young, this angsty teenage photo of me was taken in an English country side town, not far from where my grandparents resided. 2012 was the year of their Diamond Anniversary, so the whole family gathered in celebration. Two weeks from now, I would be on my way to this exact spot. But things would be different this time. My grandpa now had Alzheimers Disease and I would hold on to each moment more than the last. . . Even though he doesnt remember much, he always remembered that one season of rugby my brother played in high school. So much so, he would ask him about it every couple of minutes. The thing is my grandpa loved rugby. So to my surprise, I found out a few months ago that my friend was playing for @officialnorthamptonsaints that happened to be the team my grandfather and father supported their whole lives. I couldn't believe it! So my friend was more than happy to pass along a jersey that I couldnt wait to give him. Not only because he would be beyond excited about it, but that he would still remember it! I received the approval to take the time off work for this visit and called my dad jumping up and down with joy. But my dads response on the phone was far from joyful. He had told me my grandfather had less than 24 hours to live. I couldnt believe it- all in the same day. In seconds I went from such a high, to such a low. . . The positives are that he would no longer have to suffer from his disease, and his condition would not get any worse. That my final memories of him where happy. But it's yet another reminder that life is short. Another reminder to make more time for loved ones, for laughter, for travel and for dreaming. Rest in paradise grandpa, I love you. . . . . . #primeshots #fartoodope #instagoodmyphoto #shotzdelight #postthepeople #makemoments #streetlife #visualambassadors #stayandwander #everydayeverywhere #huntgram #thecreative #communityfirst #gameoftones #stylegram #_heater #folkgood #streetcollectors #highsnobiety #illestgrammers #lovegreatbritain #visitengland #photosofengland #englandtrip #photosofbritain #englandtourism #sheisnotlost #girlswhowander #wearetravelgirls #dametraveller

Watching up into the sky

Watching up into the sky as the very active electrical storm approached, my brother and I were amazed with the absolutely gorgeous and equally as impressive cloud structure that we were witness too. Truly one of those special times to be out in the middle of nowhere. @ricohpentax 645z + 28-45mm . . . . #storm #accuweather #jordancantelo #natgeography #PPOrdinary #cloud #majestic_earth_ #teampentax #earthcapture #night_excl #storm #landscape #stayandwander #epic_captures #stormchaser #ig_exquisite #bestoftheday #cb #australiagram #special_shots #amazing_visuals #weather #thunderstorm #skymasters_family #gottolove_this #main_vision #REI1440project #ig_global_life #ourplanetdaily #instagoodmyphoto

#Orangeisthenewblack

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#Orangeisthenewblack I felt that the book was missing some depth, the characters were very underdeveloped and flat. It has basically nothing to do with the series, obviously, you can recognise some of the characters but they are so different. There is no flow or directions in the book, just some very nice stories about the strong sisterhood in the prison and how pretty she is with her blond hair and blue eyes, and how everybody loves her in there. It seemed like she didnt feel true and deep regret or sorrow for what she did to her family, friends, her boyfriend and to herself. In the beginning of the book she seems to be spoiled, shallow girl and in the end of the book she seems to be a spoiled, shallow woman. Just watch the show and dont bother reading the book. . . #oitnb #book #bookreview #blogging #blog #review #bookclub #bookshelf #bookstagram #bookworm #bibliophile #books #bookaddict #bookaholic #readingchallenge #moodygrams #iread # #photographyeveryday #justgoshoot #photography #pixel_ig #instagoodmyphoto #bookphotography #agameoftones #photographysouls #main_vision #artofvisuals

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Historically, the terms "character encoding", "character map", "character set" and "code page" were synonymous in computer science, as the same standard would specify a repertoire of characters and how they were to be encoded into a stream of code units usually with a single character per code unit. But now the terms have related but distinct meanings, due to efforts by standards bodies to use precise terminology when writing about and unifying many different encoding systems. Regardless, the terms are still used interchangeably, with character set being nearly ubiquitous. A "code page" usually means a byte-oriented encoding, but with regard to some suite of encodings (covering different scripts), where many characters share the same codes in most or all those code pages. Well-known code page suites are "Windows" (based on Windows-1252) and "IBM"/"DOS" (based on code page 437), see Windows code page for details. Most, but not all, encodings referred to as code pages are single-byte encodings (but see octet on byte size.) IBM's Character Data Representation Architecture (CDRA) designates with coded character set identifiers (CCSIDs) and each of which is variously called a "charset", "character set", "code page", or "CHARMAP". The term "code page" does not occur in Unix or Linux where "charmap" is preferred, usually in the larger context of locales. Contrasted to CCS above, a "character encoding" is a map from abstract characters to code words. A "character set" in HTTP (and MIME) parlance is the same as a character encoding (but not the same as CCS). "Legacy encoding" is a term sometimes used to characterize old character encodings, but with an ambiguity of sense. Most of its use is in the context of Unicodification, where it refers to encodings that fail to cover all Unicode code points, or, more generally, using a somewhat different character repertoire: several code points representing one Unicode character, or versa (see e.g. code page 437). Some sources refer to an encoding as legacy only because it preceded Unicode. All Windows code pages are usually referred to as legacy, both because they antedate Unicode and because they are unable to represent all 221 possible Unicode code points.

Code 7 (BEL) is intended to cause an audible signal in the receiving terminal. Many of the ASCII control characters were designed for devices of the time that are not often seen today. For example, code 22, "synchronous idle" (SYN), was originally sent by synchronous modems (which have to send data constantly) when there was no actual data to send. (Modern systems typically use a start bit to announce the beginning of a transmitted word this is a feature of asynchronous communication. Synchronous communication links were more often seen with mainframes, where they were typically run over corporate leased lines to connect a mainframe to another mainframe or perhaps a minicomputer.) Code 0 (ASCII code name NUL) is a special case. In paper tape, it is the case when there are no holes. It is convenient to treat this as a fill character with no meaning otherwise. Since the position of a NUL character has no holes punched, it can be replaced with any other character at a later time, so it was typically used to reserve space, either for correcting errors or for inserting information that would be available at a later time or in another place. In computing it is often used for padding in fixed length records and more commonly, to mark the end of a string. Code 127 (DEL, a.k.a. "rubout") is likewise a special case. Its 7-bit code is all-bits-on in binary, which essentially erased a character cell on a paper tape when overpunched. Paper tape was a common storage medium when ASCII was developed, with a computing history dating back to WWII code breaking equipment at Biuro Szyfrw. Paper tape became obsolete in the 1970s, so this clever aspect of ASCII rarely saw any use after that. Some systems (such as the original Apples) converted it to a backspace. But because its code is in the range occupied by other printable characters, and because it had no official assigned glyph, many computer equipment vendors used it as an additional printable character (often an all-black "box" character useful for erasing text by overprinting with ink). However it should be noted that non-erasable Programmable ROMs are typically implemented as arrays of fusible elements, each representing a bit, which can only be switched one way, usually from one to zero. In such PROMs, the DEL and NUL characters can be used in the same way that they were used on punched tape: one to reserve meaningless fill bytes that can be written later, and the other to convert written bytes to meaningless fill bytes. For PROMs that switch one to zero, the roles of NUL and DEL are reversed; also, DEL will only work with 7-bit characters, which are rarely used today; for 8-bit content, the character code 255, commonly defined as a nonbreaking space character, can be used instead of DEL. Many file systems do not allow control characters in the filenames, as they may have reserved functions.

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