I've decided to share what I think is the cleanest (and best!) version of the last episode. There's no new content and the bulk of it remains the same - it's just been edited near the end so that it's more cohesive and ends the nicest possible way. It's not a pro job at all, but I've tried to make the edit as smooth as I can. It's the whole ep so it's a big file, but it's worth the dload rather than stream as the uncompressed quality is way better.I've put this ep and the srt file on Google Drive with restricted access - you will have to PM me with your email that's linked to your google acct for me to share it with you. Please be patient if I don't respond immediately, as I'm probably working or sleeping.Finally, please do not upload or distribute the video or subs - it's for your personal viewing pleasure only. Thanks :)
In March 2017, Google introduced Drive File Stream, a desktop application for G Suite (now Google Workspace) customers using Windows and macOS computers that maps Google Drive to a drive letter on the operating system, and thus allows easy access to Google Drive files and folders without using a web browser. It also features on-demand file access, when the file is downloaded from Google Drive only when it is accessed. Additionally, Drive File Stream supports the Shared Drives functionality of Google Workspace.
Google Drive allows users to share drive contents with other Google users without requiring any authorization from the recipient of a sharing invitation. This has resulted in users receiving spam from unsolicited shared drives. Google is reported to be working on a fix.
Welcome to Dreams of Light, a monthly podcast were Oliver & Tom will take the wheel and smoothly drive you through their musical journey filled with groove and emotion.Listen to it live on every 3rd Tuesday of the month @ 8PM UK time // 5PM Argentina // 9PM CET // 3PM New YorkFor more info, please check: :Traumhouse, LADS - KosmosAvasono - Drifting Home (St.Ego Remix)about river - Together (RIGOONI Remix)Juliane Wolf - HaloDmitry Molosh - ShiningLuman, Sareh - MajimeOncila - Far Out FeelsRobilardo - Hope
In contrast to hCMV, the predominant cell types in which mCMV latency is established are not myeloid lineage hematopoietic cells but are EC, as shown for LSECs in the liver (73) and for EC of the capillary bed of the lungs [this report]. In accordance with viral latency in ECs, MI of KLRG1+CD62L- iTEM during latency has been shown to be driven by non-hematopoietic cells (60, 74), and the finding that iTEM proliferate in response to viral antigen presented by cells that are accessible to the blood supply (96) is compatible with antigen presentation by latently-infected EC of the lung microvasculature. Notably, our previous work has shown that genes coding for the MI-driving antigenic peptides IE1 and m164 are expressed in latently infected lungs (52, 54, 56).
On average, people have two email accounts, so it is important to make sure you are logged in to the correct Google Account before you start this process. Once signed in, you will want to go to Google Drive itself: drive.google.com. From there, click on the top right corner of the page where your account profile image is located and a drop-down menu (like the one pictured below) will appear.
Nevertheless, as he watched his friend Nami sit helplessly in the street, driven to self-harm out of frustration, he did the unthinkable: he removed his hat. He then placed it on Nami's head to give her reassurance before proceeding to face her enemy head-on. This was a sign of major character growth for Luffy, and it solidified his connection to Nami. It also further proved that Luffy holds his friends in high regard, as he was willing to briefly forgo his most sentimental item to comfort and defend Nami.
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It sucks in its sync-algorithms. I dont know how google managed to write such a crappy algorithm. It doesnt sync stuff many times, I cant rename any folder when it is syncing, it creates temp files first before syncing and then refuses to sync. I was always scared of losing my files using google drive. Reverted back to onedrive.
just wondering about the file sync option: in the pcloud review, i found it interesting that the pcloud folder on your harddrive will not take up any free space on your harddrive.I am not sure how this is with Google Drive, it is not explicitely mentioned, but it says that the drive folder is synchronised with a local folder, so i conclude that in this case, it will take up space on your harddrive, unlike pcloud. Am i correct in this Thanks for confirming.
Today many people drive almost all the time guided by their smartphone, using navigationapps like Google Maps, Apple Maps or Waze (now owned by Google.) Many have come to drive as though they were a robot under the command of the app, trusting and obeying itat every turn. Tools like these apps are even causing controversy, because in the huntfor the quickest trip, they are often finding creative routes that bypass congestedmajor roads for local streets that used to be lightly used.
Even a few years ago, this drive of experience by CIOs was just a trickle and now it's a fire hose. Everybody I talk to is talking about it. And there's a couple of key indicators that I am seeing. One of the first things that I'm seeing is that organizations are actually creating new roles, like a chief experience officer or they're building brand new teams, like a digital experience team who are wholly focused on understanding and improving broken employee experiences related to technologies. You know, CIOs are really starting to understand that if the technology experience isn't good, it's not just an inconvenience for employees, but it actually leads to key core KPIs, like productivity, retention and employee engagement. The other thing I'm seeing that I think has been really interesting is within Qualtrics, we work with a lot of the largest SIs in technology providers in the world.
In fact, these numbers were so surprisingly large that the Microsoft sponsor, the lead on the Microsoft side, came back to the team and said there's something wrong with your calculations. There is no way that we are getting this type of change with the Microsoft-managed desktop. The teams went back, they did the recalculations, reviewed the data and it was absolutely accurate. As consumers, we really have come to kind of expect a certain level of experience when we interact with technology. We're driven by Netflix, Apple, Google or Amazon and that's what we expect when we come into work. If we come into an office and it feels like we're stepping back into the 80's with our technology experience, it creates a gap as an employee. As an employee, I want to work with a company that either has addressed those gaps, or I know is actively addressing those gaps because it drives my engagement and productivity. Because of what we see here, I'm with Matt Evans on this, this is not a trend. This isn't a flash in the pan. This is something that we'll continue to see where the expectation for technology matches what we have in our consumer lives. And if organizations aren't actively monitoring it, measuring it, and making changes it will impact them.
The retail company that Matt mentioned previously, they're actually very hesitant to provide references because they view their focus on improving the technology experience as a competitive advantage in the marketplace. They want to remain the first mover and they don't want the other retail providers out there to know what they're doing. In this case, the CIO knows that if I pull the voice of my employee into my technology, I get to do things that impact the entire organization. He gets to talk to HR about how he's helping to drive engagement. He gets to talk to the CFO about how he's lowering costs and increasing productivity by eliminating poor technology experiences. And he's talking to the CEO about here's what I'm doing to help retain your talent. I'm ensuring that working at the organization is effortless. So if I have one tip, that's it - figure out your focus and move fast. Organizations that wait for months or years are absolutely going to get caught behind the early movers. And that's a place that just, nobody wants to be.
Just added new drives to the list. They are at the bottom of the list. Please let me know if you know of any google drives that episode creators are allowing access to. I will update the list when I find more drives again. 781b155fdc