Shane's Chess Information Database is a powerful Chess Toolkit, with which one can create huge databases, run chess engines, and play casual games against the computer or online with the Free Internet Chess Server. It was originally written by Shane Hudson , and has received strong contribution from Pascal Georges and others.

Scid vs. PC began with bug-fixes for the computer-versus-player features of Scid (hence the name), but has evolved into a solid alternative with many new features and interfaces. The project is authored by Stevenaaus and numerous contributors (thanks).chess pc games

  • 100 g havermout
  • 1 ajuin (heel fijn gesneden)
  • 1 prei (ook in hele kleine stukjes gesneden)
  • 4 eieren
  • 75 g geraspte kaas
  • 4 el (volkoren)bloem
  • 1 tl paprikapoeder
  • zout en peper
  • 4 el olijfolie

Meng de havermout, de ajuin, de prei, eieren, geraspte kaas, (volkoren)bloem en het paprikapoeder in een grote kom.

Breng het geheel op smaak met peper en zout.

Neem een pan en zet deze op een redelijk hoog vuur. Doe hierin olijfolie.

Kneed van het gemaakte geheel hamburgers en bak deze ongeveer een 2-tal minuten per kant in de voorverwarmde pan.

En dan smullen maar!
Today I will show you how to easily block the servers hosting Spotify ads on your Linux/Mac or Windows machine. This will allow you to listen all day long on a free account without hearing a single ad. This trick is very simple, legal and works great. Spotify may catch on and find some way to stop this from working but, as of today (10/07/2018) it works swimmingly.
Travel the globe with EarthCam's live webcams!

View interesting, unusual and popular sites around the world via webcams at this intriguing website.

Known for its tourist cams around the world, EarthCam has much more on offer than popular locations around the world. Along with places like Times Square in the US, Abbey Road Crossing in London, the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, the Eiffel Tower and Bourbon Street, there are extreme weather cams, animal cams, iconic American locations, U.S. National Parks, 360 degree panoramas, and time lapse cams. Whether you want to browse on your own or look at curated cams in several categories, there's plenty to see. Some cams are viewable in places that are closed or off limits, like the torch balcony of the Statue of Liberty.

Here's some of the categories you can browse:

  • Time-Lapses by EarthCam
  • National Park Service
  • It's Bird Season!
  • LIVE on My EarthCam
  • Stadiums & Arenas
  • Iconic Landmarks
  • Weather
  • Popular
  • Animals and Zoos
  • Weird and Bizarre
A first version of a tiled base map of the Roman Empire was created in 2012 by the author, in collaboration with the Pelagios project. A second version was created afterwards and became part of an online historical geographic information system (GIS) called the Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire (DARE) hosted by the Department of Archaeology and Classical History, Lund University, Sweden and available at The map was inspired by the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World (Talbert, 2000) and was built upon digitization efforts carried out by the Pleiades and DARMC projects even though it became necessary to return to the original map for additional data in order to produce a functional digital map. DARE aims at a much higher level of accuracy and the integration of digital resources such as satellite imagery, national topographic maps, source texts, other source material and scholarly literature. Since 2012 we have worked to improve the map regarding both its appearance, quality of location, meta data describing properties of the ancient place and links to related digital resources.

The most prominent change is however the addition of 9111 places (and buildings) with a different provenance than the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World. The Barrington Atlas was limited to the physical size of the printed atlas, limitations that do not apply the same way to a digital map. Most places that have been added appear in national heritage databases which increasingly have become available online the last years, for instance, the UK based heritage databases Pastscape, Canmore and Coflein covering England, Scotland and Wales respectively. Another important change in the new version of the map is the rendering of natural and semi natural areas (forest, grassland etc.) and bathymetry. In comparison with the map created for the Pleiades project, the map created at Lund University contains an additional zoom level, i. e. zoom level 11. The Digital Atlas and its place database is an active project which is updated at least once a month. In 2015, 822 places were added.

The map itself is also used by Pelagios, Pleiades and other projects to provide a more suitable historical context for their mapping applications. Its gazetteer is implemented in the Pelagios project. The base map is Open Data and can be used by anyone under a Creative Commons BY-SA licence. The projection of the map is Spherical Mercator (EPSG:3857) compatible with most Web mapping software and easy to implement. The maximum zoom level 11 corresponds to a scale at 1:250 000.

In DARE, ancient sites are organized as places and buildings (subsites), each with a distinct place type and location. The buildings are not rendered on the base map because of their close proximity to the places they belong to, but are instead available as thematic overlays (e.g. amphitheaters, theaters, temples etc. respectively). Meta data about places and buildings are available next to the
There's no shortage of audio converters out there. This one is fast, free, easy to use, converts many audio formats, and will run on Windows and Mac.

MediaHuman Audio Converter has a simple to use drag and drop interface, converts batches of audio files quickly, and supports most formats. It can convert WMA, MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, OGG, AIFF, Apple Lossless formats and many others. It also searches for disk covers, retains folder structures, and supports iTunes.

Periodically, on more than one computer and more than one Windows version, Windows decides to convert MP3 files to WMA's. It converts random artists (but not all their songs or the same title) and individual audio tracks, even when write protected. It occasionally converts files it converted previously. It doesn't convert tracks that are on a separate hard drive or USB flash drive. I've found as many as 600 converted files on my system. It doesn't matter where they were acquired - the artist's site, amazon, or CD's that I've ripped to my hard drive. When I add tracks to a media player, I'll see converted files.

That's where MediaHuman Audio Converter comes in - open the program, drag and drop files to be converted, choose a format, and press the convert icon. I've converted up to 250 files at once, in minutes. Small amounts of files are converted almost instantly. Audio files can also be added manually by clicking the plus sign on the toolbar and navigating to the files to be converted. Note this is the description for the Windows version - the interface for Mac isn't quite the same.
USB devices can run into issues periodically. Download and run the Windows USB Troubleshooter to diagnose and repair common USB issues.

From time to time you may not be able to safely eject a USB device from Windows using the Safely Remove Hardware dialog box. You may see a "This device is currently in use" message, or the USB device isn't detected. The USB Troubleshooter can diagnose and repair these and some other USB problems. It was created to work with USB audio, storage, and print devices - such as thumb drives, USB hard drives, and USB printers - that don't eject using the Safely Remove Hardware dialog box.

The Windows USB Troubleshooter is small and fast, and can be downloaded from this Microsoft website.

When you click the Download button, you'll see a download prompt asking if you want to run or save a file named WinUSB.diagcab. If you opt to run the file, it will run immediately. Saving the file downloads it to your computer and can be run at any
Whether you're new to Google Docs or an experienced user, you'll find some great tips to make using Google Docs faster and easier in this article.

Google Docs has some shortcuts that are extremely useful but aren't widely known. 25 of the best are here so you don't have to discover them on your own. Add a few to your routine and make using Google Docs easier.

The tips in this article let you:

  • Do research without leaving Google Docs
  • Add, edit and crop images from Google Photos, Google Drive, URL or Search
  • Get definitions for words
  • Translate documents to other languages
  • Tag other users to collaborate
  • Use the template gallery
  • Add fonts
  • Send someone a link to a PDF version of your document
There are several more handy tricks in the article. Unless otherwise noted, the tips apply to the desktop, browser based version of Google Docs.
Some websites don't allow copying and pasting into input fields. Use this add-on to enable copying and pasting at sites that don't allow it.

Some sites will block copying and pasting certain fields on their websites, most often signing in at a site, or signing up at a website. Don't F* With Paste is an extension that works in Firefox and Chrome that allows copying and pasting into fields that are blocked.

I was signing up for a service a few days ago and couldn't paste a password into the password field. I use LastPass to generate long passwords, and I really didn't want to manually input an eighteen character password with upper and lower case letters, numbers, and special characters into the password field. I went looking for a way around it and found Don't F* With Paste. Since I use multiple browsers I was happy to see that it works in not only Chrome and Firefox, but Vivaldi, Opera, and Waterfox.
Over the last few years Visual Studio Code has grow very popular over the open-source IDE market. VS Code was publicly released in 2015 and now used by 35% of all developers according to 2018 Stack Overflow survey. In this article I am going to share few tips and tricks of VS Code that would help you to be productive.
Spoedartsen klagen dat steeds meer mensen naar hun gsm grijpen om foto’s te nemen of filmpjes te maken wanneer bij een ongeval. Terwijl ze net zo goed zouden kunnen helpen. Luc Beaucourt, spoedarts en medewerker bij de VAB-alarmcentrale, zegt wat je a beter wel en niet kan doen als je hulp wil bieden aan slachtoffers.
21 Books You’ve Been Meaning To Read

Reading lists begin as a shelf full of hope until the year flies by, and you find yourself flooded with procrastination. Cheers to the books we’ve been meaning to read all these years and should probably start at some point.
In 2018, we’re presenting our take on the 100 best thrillers of all time, spanning the best psychological thrillers, crime novels, and mysteries. Of course, we know that this list doesn’t cover every top-notch thriller out there, so let us know in the comments what suspense novels are your all-time favorites.
When you first encounter Regular Expressions, they may seem like a random string of gibberish. While they might look awkward (with a somewhat confusing syntax), they are also extremely useful.

The truth is properly understanding regular expressions will make you a much more effective programmer. In order to fully understand the regex world you first need to learn the basics concepts, on which you can later build.

So without further ado, lets get started :)perl javascript
MandalaGaba is an ad-free website where anyone can make, save, share and collaborate to create mandalas and tesselations. Anyone with a mouse or a touch screen can make a piece of beautiful art at this relaxing website. Save what you created, share it, or have others add to your creation.

MandalaGaba is a site "for people who have any kind of interests in drawing, addictive online thingies, mandalas, digital art, single page no bull* websites, doodling, time wasting and procrastination".

You can spend a lot of time at this site, playing with the shapes, colors, lines, and other tools to create a mandala or tesselation.

I recommend visiting their gallery , where they showcase the some of the best creations. Writing about it is harder and takes longer than making things on the site, so head over there and create something. :)
Eenmaal een boormachine gevonden, dan is het natuurlijk zaak deze op de juiste manier te gebruiken. Als je in de verkeerde stand een schroef vastdraait of in hout boort, loop je het risico je werkstuk te beschadigen. Niet alleen lees je hier hoe je een boormachine instelt, ook staan hier alle artikelen waarin we je tips geven over boren in verschillende materialen. Zo ga je gegarandeerd goed voorbereid te werk.verkeer
You have the right to access to your information. It’s free and requests will be processed within one calendar month.

ACRO processes subject access requests for information held on the Police National Computer (PNC) on behalf of most UK police forces.

Follow these three steps to find out what information is held about you on the PNC:

1. Submit a subject access request to ACRO

2. Provide your proof(s) of identity

3. Receive your information

You can submit your request either online or by post. It’s quicker and easier to submit a request online, but we know that doesn’t suit everyone. Follow the link below for more information about making your request.

Please note, if you are looking for information held about you by local police forces, such as statements or interviews, please contact the relevant force.
De periode van droogte en hitte is voorbij. Dinsdagavond komt het eerste warmteonweer eraan: het noodnummer 1722 voor niet-dringende brandweeroproepen is alvast geactiveerd. Is zo’n warmteonweer anders dan een gewoon onweer? Hoe kan ik meten hoe ver het onweer bij mij vandaan is? Moeten we de stekker nog uittrekken? Wij lieten onder meer experts David Dehenauw en Frank Duboccage deze en andere vragen beantwoorden.weer
Instructables is an encyclopedia of interesting DIY projects with easy to follow step-by-step instructions and online classes.

Instructables is a place you can learn almost anything. It specializes in user-created and uploaded do-it-yourself projects that have clear step-by-step directions. The directions are text and photos, with video and downloadable PDF's on most projects.

I've used Instructables over the years to learn a variety of things. Projects are submitted by users (or you can create your own how-to and upload it) and rated by the community. It's a good alternative to sifting through YouTube videos. Some projects require certain skills, and if you don't have them, a project will often link to an Instructable that does. For example, the stained glass clock project links to a how to cut glass Instructable.

Anyone can view the projects, but if you want to take a class, ask a question, add a tip, post a comment, upload a project or join a contest you'll need to create a free account. You can log in with Facebook, Google, Twitter and Autodesk, or create an account using an email address.

Instructables is owned by Autodesk, creators of AutoCAD, among other things.

These are the main categories for projects, and you'll find a huge array of how-to's under every category.

  • Technology
  • Workshop
  • Craft
  • Home
  • Food
  • Play
  • Outside
  • Costumes
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