Stacer

13 Jul 19
Carolina Lubinus

While digital media has undoubtedly made it easier to carry out resistance tactics to oppose those in power, in many cases it has proven itself to be revolutionary. Digital media facilitates a connective platform more often than it does a collective one, hence why there have been so few actual revolutions since the digital age, […]

11 Jul 19
Daily Republic

Jul. 11–California fire officials this week published a dramatic video documentary showing glimpses inside the chaotic and lethal first few hours of last fall’s Camp Fire from the perspective of the firefighters who rushed in. The November 2018 fire would turn out to be the worst wildfire in state history, destroying nearly 90 percent of […]

09 Jul 19
mediaimageinfluenceSummer2019

I decided to read the first issue of the new Ms. Marvel comic which features a Middle Eastern- American teen girl with the central theme of the book involving Kamala’s struggle to reconcile being an American teenager with her family’s Pakistani Muslim values (Portwood-Stacer & Berridge, 2015). The comic starts off with the main character, […]

23 Jun 19
Understanding Digital Literacies

Literature involving uses and gratifications theory (U&G), such as Sheldon and Bryant’s (2016) is framed from the perspective of how the user interacts with Instagram, not how users do not interact with Instagram. My research will reframe this, make the human user central, and not the social media platform. Sheldon and Bryant discuss the assumption […]

23 Jun 19
Understanding Digital Literacies

In table I, 5/9 participants indicated they have tried or would try Instagram’s feature that allows them to receive a reminder once they have reached a set time limit. This shows they are open to regulating the time they spend on Instagram, perceiving it as a possible issue or something they would like to reduce. […]

23 Jun 19
Understanding Digital Literacies

Bionfiglioli, C. 2018, ‘CHS Ethics Tip Sheet’, UTS Online subject 54090, UTS, Sydney, viewed May 16 2018, <https://online.uts.edu.au/webapps/blackboard/content/listContent.jsp?course_id=_35239_1&content_id=_2666988_1&gt;. This tip sheet contained a list of ethical guidelines, a lot of which were not necessary for me research design, however the tips on non-maleficent research design were highly valuable. Boyd, D. 2014, ‘Identity: why do teens seem […]

14 Jun 19
nardifairuz

2018 has been an awesome year for a lot of applications, especially those that are both free and open source. And while various Linux distributions come with a number of default apps, users are free to take them out and use any of the free or paid alternatives of their choice. Today, we bring you a […]

14 Jun 19
nardifairuz

Brief: What are the must have applications for Linux? The answer is subjective and it depends on for what purpose do you use your desktop Linux. But there are still some essentials Linux apps that are more likely to be used by most Linux user. We have listed such best Linux applications that you should have installed in every Linux distribution you […]

11 Jun 19
Dr. Roy Schestowitz (罗伊)

#Stacer : An All in One System Optimizer and App Monitoring Tool for #Linux http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/124746

05 Jun 19
MegatronsThinkTank

Here the newest Revelations concerning Linux, as in, concerning the Linux-Distributions, all under their respective Rights duly, but also coolwise mentioned, such as bestly Sparky Linux, followed by Ubuntu Version 16.04 xenial (NOT Version 18.04 bionic!), then Linux Mint, as well as Xubuntu and several other Linuxes, down to the virtual System in Virtualbox good […]

16 May 19
doug --- off the record

The Best of Ontario-Educators Daily The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/hTk0ACsZmX Stories via @tdsb @TCDSB_PAguiar @deanorthey #edtech #osstf — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) May 16, 2019 tags: IFTTT Twitter The Best of Ontario-Educators 5 Daily The latest The Doug Peterson Daily! https://t.co/UPhLi55QqF Thanks to @MrsEFMitchell @susanga95348779 @MathStudio_Usha #onpoli #ldnont — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) May […]

15 May 19
Dr. Roy Schestowitz (罗伊)

Software: #Stacer , #xsos and 8 Best Free Electronic Design Automation Tools http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/123932 #gnu #linux #freesw

15 May 19
Dr. Roy Schestowitz (罗伊)

Spring Clean with #Stacer , a System Optimizer tool for #Linux https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2019/05/stacer-system-cleaner-ubuntu

15 May 19
OMG! Ubuntu!

Stacer is a system optimizer and cleaner tool for Linux desktops like Ubuntu. Learn more about its features and how to install Stacer on Ubuntu.

14 May 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
PALERMO — The smoke gathering Tuesday morning in south Butte County was not an active wildfire, but a training exercise and controlled burn by Cal Fire-Butte County. Firefighters conducted a controlled burn starting at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday on Lower Honcut Road south of Palermo-Honcut Highway. The man in charge and leading the burn was Cal Fire-Butte County Battalion Chief Gus Boston, who issued a statement to the public via press release Monday: “The opportunity to combine firefighter training and hazard reduction in this controlled environment is a great benefit. Smoke from this control burn will be highly visible during the (Tuesday) morning hours in south Butte County.” People shouldn’t worry if they saw smoke in that area Tuesday, fire officials said. The fire was a managed and controlled blaze by Cal Fire-Butte County firefighters, according to Capt. Stacer Hartshorn. “No residents should be concerned if they see smoke in the southern part of the county,” Hartshorn said Tuesday morning. “They can rest assured.” The smoke from the controlled burn should clear up by mid afternoon on Tuesday. Hartshorn said there will be no further controlled burns in the county following the one on Tuesday. The controlled burn was conducted on approximately 55 acres on Lower Honcut Road. The blaze provided live fire training for Cal Fire’s seasonal staff of firefighters. This mandate is required in part of their rehiring process for the fire academy. “Some of our seasonal staff that are coming online (approximately 20-30 firefighters) will benefit from this exercise. That’s part of their re-hire wild land training,” Hartshorn said. “They really only need one refresher exercise regarding these controlled burns for the upcoming fire season. This will be the only controlled burn in the county.” Every summer Cal Fire hires hundreds of seasonal firefighters, in order to meet the ever growing demand of California’s escalating fire seasons. In conjunction with the training exercise, these controlled burns also help with fuel reduction. The burn locations are specifically chosen to help with weed abatement, according to Hartshorn. In regards to the upcoming fire season, Hartshorn remained adamant that regardless of heavy rainfall the state has gotten, Butte County remains vulnerable. “The rain does help significantly in the higher elevations, but our grass crop here in Butte County is already starting to turn brown,” Hartshorn said. “We’ve already had multiple days of windy conditions.” Already this year there have been several small vegetation fires within Butte County over the last month. However, none of those fires have been significant, Hartshorn said.
14 May 19
Chico Enterprise-Record
PALERMO — The smoke gathering Tuesday morning in south Butte County was not an active wildfire, but a training exercise and controlled burn by Cal Fire-Butte County. Firefighters conducted a controlled burn starting at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday on Lower Honcut Road south of Palermo-Honcut Highway. The man in charge and leading the burn was Cal Fire-Butte County Battalion Chief Gus Boston, who issued a statement to the public via press release Monday: “The opportunity to combine firefighter training and hazard reduction in this controlled environment is a great benefit. Smoke from this control burn will be highly visible during the (Tuesday) morning hours in south Butte County.” People shouldn’t worry if they saw smoke in that area Tuesday, fire officials said. The fire was a managed and controlled blaze by Cal Fire-Butte County firefighters, according to Capt. Stacer Hartshorn. “No residents should be concerned if they see smoke in the southern part of the county,” Hartshorn said Tuesday morning. “They can rest assured.” The smoke from the controlled burn should clear up by mid afternoon on Tuesday. Hartshorn said there will be no further controlled burns in the county following the one on Tuesday. The controlled burn was conducted on approximately 55 acres on Lower Honcut Road. The blaze provided live fire training for Cal Fire’s seasonal staff of firefighters. This mandate is required in part of their rehiring process for the fire academy. “Some of our seasonal staff that are coming online (approximately 20-30 firefighters) will benefit from this exercise. That’s part of their re-hire wild land training,” Hartshorn said. “They really only need one refresher exercise regarding these controlled burns for the upcoming fire season. This will be the only controlled burn in the county.” Every summer Cal Fire hires hundreds of seasonal firefighters, in order to meet the ever growing demand of California’s escalating fire seasons. In conjunction with the training exercise, these controlled burns also help with fuel reduction. The burn locations are specifically chosen to help with weed abatement, according to Hartshorn. In regards to the upcoming fire season, Hartshorn remained adamant that regardless of heavy rainfall the state has gotten, Butte County remains vulnerable. “The rain does help significantly in the higher elevations, but our grass crop here in Butte County is already starting to turn brown,” Hartshorn said. “We’ve already had multiple days of windy conditions.” Already this year there have been several small vegetation fires within Butte County over the last month. However, none of those fires have been significant, Hartshorn said.