What do they say your musical tastes on your personality?

Share on Facebook Tuitéalo “You are what you eat”, says a wise saying. And what happens with what you hear? Many believe that musical tastes can reveal a lot of things about the person, and some are of the opinion that the rock is for the aggressive people, while classical music is for boring. Is it true? In this article we’ll talk about the stereotypes and also we will discover a scientific approach about the relationship between music and personality. Great.guru consulted the research of the british scientists and found…

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Grandmother of 83 years, he wrote a message to your friend and you should read it before it’s too late

Share on Facebook Tuitéalo For some, life is a race. A race for a new position, for a perfect figure, for the best deals on the super. In this competition crazy at times there is not a minute to stop, look around and say: “How pretty!”. Sometimes this sense of harmony never comes, and sometimes it comes suddenly when it is already too late. For example, when you have 83. In Great.guru saw a letter from a grandmother to her friend and we could not stop sharing it. Because you…

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The rocket Falcon Heavy, which failed to land ran out of fuel

When the Falcon Heavy from SpaceX took off on 6 February from pad 39A of the Kennedy Space Center of NASA in Florida, it was expected that the three thrusters of the first stage of the rocket returned to Earth and aterrizaran in a similar way to the rocket Falcon 9, the company. So it was with the two thrusters side, who returned in perfect synchronization to two landing zones in the nearby Air Force Station of Cape Canaveral, but the core crashed and burned. That accelerator center, which is…

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Delayed ejaculation: the sexual disorder of most concern to the Spanish

According to a recent report published by the website medical Doctoralia, a sexual disorder known as delayed ejaculation, is the second disease is most sought after by the Spanish on the internet. As its name indicates, it is the reverse of premature ejaculation. The person who suffers it suffers from the inability to ejaculate while engaged in sexual intercourse, or during the period immediately following them. Some people can take up to 45 minutes or more to get it, and they just resulting in uncomfortable or painful. Although the patient…

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Huawei under fire for fake reviews

Huawei has come under fire since the U.s. customers called online reviews for the Huawei Mate 10 Pro. The problem? That device is in that country is still not on sale. Writes, inter alia, the site 9to5Google. Huawei Mobile set at the end of January a call online on Facebook. Huawei-fans could win the opportunity to early a Level 10 Pro to try, but only if they are on the site of retail chain Best Buy a response to the device placed in the review section. Thus, it was elicited…

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26 People who changed his life in an incredible way

Share on Facebook Tuitéalo The most difficult thing in the serious changes is to make the first step. But as soon as I do, and the path won’t seem so difficult… especially if you have to hand inspiring examples of people who have already gone through the same thing. Great.guru collected inspirational photos that show the life after the fantastic changes for the better. Changes in 365 days “9 months ago my dad weighed in at 154 pounds, had type 2 diabetes and went through a surgery on the heart.…

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13 people who deserve the title of “dad of the year”

Share on Facebook Tuitéalo Not for nothing they say: mom you feel more calm, but dad is more fun. Is it because the majority of men remain children until their old age and that is why they adore to make jokes? Great.guru introduces you to the 13 parents that do not compare with anyone. 1. When parents have an excellent sense of humor 2. What’s wrong with it? Up does not fit! 3. When you ask dad to make the costumes 4. “My daughter pleaded to buy her a horse.…

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10 Photos taken with a one day difference

Share on Facebook Tuitéalo In 24 hours many things can happen. For example, a whole city may collapse. Looking at these photos, it is hard to believe that all of these huge buildings of concrete, metal and glass can be washed by water, deformed, or destroyed in a blink of an eye. In this selection from the writing of Great.guru you’ll see a few dramatic changes that occurred in some cities in a single day. 1. The eruption of Mount St. Helens, 1980 The volcano Mount Saint Helens is located…

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20 Ideas for photos that only the people most daring dare to repeat

Share on Facebook Tuitéalo Some people are risking their life, others are nothing fussy, while third-try to convince your friends to do strange experiments: all for a good photo for Instagram. We have prepared a list of the photos most unusual: the first few are only a few jokers, and at the end you’ll find pictures of some crazy desperate to impress with his skill. The authors of Great.guru would not have dared to repeat even half of these photos, but it gives us curiosity to know how many mighty…

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12 Movies psychological that will change the way you see life

Share on Facebook Tuitéalo There are movies that do not add anything, have a clear story, delimited, and all doubts are resolved. On the other hand, we have some that are hidden under a second layer that should be achieved by the viewer. Great.guru met a list of such movies with a good background. Will push you to reflect and will help understand the behavior of the people around you, and answer your own questions. The new new Testament Don’t you believe in God? He exists: he lives in Brussels,…

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14 Tips to pass quickly through the airport without problems

Share on Facebook Tuitéalo Rule 3-1-1 (3 ounces per container inside a plastic bag, ziploc) tells you how to pack liquids to pass through the security controls at the airport. There are many other ways to make sure your experience as you go through the airport faster, and one of them is that you must always be prepared for every situation. In Great.guru meet 14 tips that will help you become an expert, like the character of George Clooney, Ryan Bingham, in the movie Love without stopovers, where he was…

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Roll-out Android 8, for Galaxy S8 is going

Owners of a Samsung Galaxy S8 have a while to wait, but the roll-out of Android 8.0 (Oreo) is finally started. In some countries, is the update already available. The site Androidworld reports that the update this week would come out in the Netherlands, but now there is still the question of whether that in time will succeed. Samsung appears to be the update to have withdrawn at a later stage a newer version to be able to offer. O. a. in Belgium, Germany and France, is the update a…

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Nokia Android smartphones making a global comeback

Nokia, the largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world for well over a decade, seems to be making a comeback. This includes the United States where the company struggled to get a foothold with the Lumia devices. Recent data suggests that Android smartphones carrying the Nokia brand are surging on sales charts around the world. From it’s heyday in the 1990’s and 2000’s Nokia ended up partnering with Microsoft and using it’s Windows Phone Operating System with sad results. After a series of staff reductions and tough financial times, the…

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An aerosol particle containing enriched uranium encountered in upper troposphere

Highlights • We describe a highly unusual aerosol particle containing a very small amount of enriched uranium. • The bulk of the particle probably came from combustion of heavy fuel oil. • The particle was encountered when we were making no special attempt to sample radioactive material. • We don’t know the source for this particle. It may indicate a novel source where enriched uranium was dispersed. Abstract We describe a submicron aerosol particle sampled at an altitude of 7 km near the Aleutian Islands that contained a small percentage of…

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New York Times hired, then quickly unhired, writer who tweeted about neo-Nazis

Quinn Norton publicity photo released by the New York Times on Tuesday. (New York Times) On Tuesday afternoon, the New York Times editorial board announced that it had hired journalist and essayist Quinn Norton as its lead opinion writer on the “power, culture and consequences of technology.” In the hours that followed, Norton indeed confronted some powerful consequences of technology. Across Twitter, people began pointing out a slew of Norton’s tweets from years ago in which she used gay and racial slurs. Critics also lambasted Norton for referring to Andrew Auernheimer, who helps…

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Context Collapse, Architecture, and Plows

Women and the Internet: Part Two This is part two of a four-part series. Part One, Part Three, Part Four. Technology changes everything. I dance with the trolls, and I enjoy it. I have some wonderfully sketchy internet friends; this comes from covering Anonymous and other lovely crazy hackers and anarchists over the years. I have a deep affection for their horribly rude asshole talk and the strange problems they are trying to solve. Sometimes they are stupid, and sometimes brilliant, and even more often, a bit of both. One day…

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Online magazine Salon test cryptomining instead of ads

More and more people use an adblocker. This handy plug-in blocks all ads on a site. This has the big disadvantage that web sites that earn their living with online-ads is no more money intake. In the online magazine Salon, they had an idea: the creators allow the readers to choose between disabling the adblocker or the acceptance of cryptomining. In this way, can be a site that lives off of advertisements on a other way profitabel continue. The site will be your choice 24 hours remember, at the end…

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Selenium Web Scrapping with Beautiful Soup on Dynamic Content and Hidden Data

You should target the element after has loaded and take arguments[0] and not the entire page via document html_of_interest=driver.execute_script(‘return arguments[0].innerHTML’,element) sel_soup=BeautifulSoup(html_of_interest, ‘html.parser’) This has 2 practical cases: 1 the element is not yet loaded in the DOM and you need to wait for the element: browser.get(“url”) sleep(experimental) # usually get will finish only after the page is loaded but sometimes there is some JS woo running after on load time try: element= WebDriverWait(browser, delay).until(EC.presence_of_element_located((By.ID, ‘your_id_of_interest’))) print “element is ready do the thing!” html_of_interest=driver.execute_script(‘return arguments[0].innerHTML’,element) sel_soup=BeautifulSoup(html_of_interest, ‘html.parser’) except TimeoutException: print “Somethings…

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Star Citizen developers met with Better Business Bureau to increase transparency

Following a Polygon investigation into several high-value refunds requested by backers of the Star Citizen project, representatives from Cloud Imperium Games (CIG) and Roberts Space Industries (RSI) met with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Los Angeles and Silicon Valley. At CIG’s request, its executives met with BBB chief executive officer Steve McFarland for an introductory meeting. They discussed, among other things, ways to improve transparency. “We did have a good meeting with the BBB,” said CIG in a statement provided to Polygon. “It was a very cordial and constructive…

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Open Loyalty – Open source stack for building customer focused products

Try Open Loyalty as an Open Source  or extension for your product Book a demo DEVELOPED WITH Our experience Open Loyalty was developed by Divante eCommerce Software House What’s inside the solution? ADMIN COCKPIT Manage your loyalty application CLIENT COCKPIT Create portal for your Customers POS COCKPIT Use loyalty features in off-line API & CONNECTORS Connect loyalty app with anything Open Loyalty – technology for loyalty 2018. All rights reserved. Customer management Add and manage Customers registered  in your loyalty application Key features Set rules for earning points based on transactions and…

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Microsoft fixes critical vulnerability in Skype is still not on

Microsoft is aware of a critical vulnerability in Skype, but solves it for now, not because this would be too much work. The current software would be too much need to be adjusted. Microsoft works prefer to a whole new Skype version, then the leak through an update to close in the current variant. That writes ZDNet, after the site by the discoverer of the leak, it was informed. Cyber criminals can use Skype to access the pc’s of users by, ironically, the process of updating Skype to the outside.…

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Robothond open door with a creepy manipulator

Boston Dynamics demonstrates in a new video how the robothonden of the company is now smart enough to choose the doors to open. A clever piece, but it also has something so spooky. In the video it is shown how a SpotMini for a closed door. Then there is the other SpotMini in the picture, which, with its gripper arm to open the door can do for his comrade. Then they go together through the door. Robots that itself doors can open, for example, can come in handy during rescue…

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Facebook-vpn collects usage data for self-interest

Who use a vpn, do this usually to online not followed. Facebook advertising is now a private vpn in the Facebook app, Onavo. But in doing so, you reach precisely the opposite. Facebook looks secretly involved with everything you do. In the iOS version of the Facebook app (also Dutch) users a new option in the main menu: Protect. As soon as you tap, you get in the App Store, and then Onavo download. What is not clear is, is that Onavo is part of Facebook and your data with…

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