I won’t steal his thunder, just watch:
I love this TED talk!
Simon Sinek discusses how great leaders inspire action:
I’ve been trying different version control systems for sometime now and I just couldn’t get git on Windows to work.
I was constantly getting:
$ git fetch “https://some.website.com”
error: error setting certificate verify locations:
while accessing https://some.website.com/info/refs
I found the solution here.
- Open Notepad with Administrator privileges
- Open the file gitconfig. For me, this was in the folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\etc
- The line “sslCAinfo = /bin/curl-ca-bundle.crt” is using relative references. Change this to “sslCAinfo = C:/Program Files (x86)/Git/bin/curl-ca-bundle.crt”
(Unless you are trading foreign currencies, this post won’t make much sense. You should just skip this and move one…)
In the past few months I’ve been looking at trading foreign currencies. I’ll save some of the details of the mechanics (why, how etc) for another day.
For myself, one of the most successful entry indicators is an Inside Bar + Pin Bar.
So, I created an Inside bar & Pin bar. Here’s the steps:
- Download the file Inside Bar.txt. You will need to rename it from .txt to .mq4. Save it in experts\indicators folder. If you have installed FXDD in the default location, this will be C:\Program Files\FXDD – MTXtreme 4\experts\indicators
- Click on Tools / MetaQuotes Language Editor
- On the Navigator window, expand the Indicator folder and double click ‘Inside Bar.mq4′. If you can’t see the Navigator window, from the menu, select View / Navigator
- Click Compile. In the results window (down the bottom) you should see 0 errors, 0 warnings. If not, then it is likely something you have changed.
- Click Tools / Trading Terminal, to switch back to your chart
- Select the chart you want to see the indicator on. Click Insert / Indicators / Custom / Inside Bar
- Repeat steps above with PinBar.txt
You can see in the examples above, an inside bar has a tick above the bar and the pin bar is a ^ below.
I’ve just spent 2 hours tracking this down.
My wife is running Windows 7 Home on a Compaq Presario and her wireless networking stopped.
When I ran the diagnostic, the only meaningful message I could get was:
windows cannot automatically bind the ip protocol to the ip stack
Not very helpful!
This didn’t help, but I did notice that “Kaspersky Anti-Virus” seemed to be the cause.
This was odd (the laptop has AVG). But I did notice something… AVG was constantly giving me a reminder that it had been updated and needed a reboot. After the 3rd reboot, I thought this was it.
So I tried to uninstall AVG, but got the message “AVG Error Code 0xC0070643″.
Some more googling suggested I restart in Safe Mode and manually delete the c:\program files\avg folders.
This seemed a little drastic, but I had nothing else to go by so I deleted the folders.
After a reboot, still no networking!
At this point, I think that AVG is the cause and that during the automatic upgrade, it didn’t uninstall the previous version. Not much help and still no networking. I also must add that the ethernet port didn’t work either.
Again this got me thinking that AVG might have some sort of intercept to networking level? A quick check under Control Panel / Network and Intenet / Network Connections, select the wireless network card, right click on Properties and what did I see?
Ugg! 2nd from the top, AVG network filter driver.
Disabled this and I was good to go!
I downloaded AVG and installed. AVG thought it was already installed, so I selected Repair and good to go.
Again it was odd, but AVG seemed to hang. It has been running for the last 20 minutes “repairing”. The progress bar is changing (so it hasn’t stopped). It just seems to be going very very slowly.
I hope this helps!
On Windows 2003, you can easily open Terminal Services Manager by clicking Start / Run / typing tsadmin [enter]
This doesn’t work in Windows Server 2008 anymore. The change is ever so slight. In Windows Server 2003 the tool was tsadmin.exe, so typing ‘tsadmin’ was all that was required to start the tool. Now, in Windows Server 2008, this has been moved to a MMC snap-in and is called tsadmin.msc (plus tsadmin.dll is used silently).
So to fix this, click Start / Run / type tsadmin.msc [enter] and you’re good to go!
I recently came across the blog The Art of Manliness.
I am a bit embarrassed to admit it, I first thought the site was either some sort of homosexaul, greco roman wrestling site or an attention seeking spam site.
I was wrong on both occasions!
I was really surprised at how its not gratuitous or rude. It is literally a time warp back to the 1950′s!
Go have a read!