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2023.05.31 17:02 syndicatedmaps How Are Cell Phone Coverage Maps Generated?

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2023.05.31 16:33 uncoolkidsclub How to research Marketing before releasing a song - Part 2

We are building a real set of activities to get artists up and running. There isn't a set order as I am writing them as people have questions... but here we go again...
1st post we covered ad's -
2nd post we covered shows -
3rd post we covered finding playlists and look-a-like artists.

This time we are going to find media outlets to cover the new "The Woods County Boyz" release. The important thing to remember is no one knows who "The Woods County Boyz" are so we need to start out small and build our way up. When we checked Country Rap map the first time we decided The Lacs was a good look-a-like band for playlists, so we will start with them.
A google search for "the Lacs" brings up a ton of info but we are concerned right now with Media coverage so we'll click NEWS in the google search bar.

Google News Search - The Lacs
4000+ results, that's a lot of work. That's where a web scraper comes in. I used a custom python code to scrape google news but there are services and free code available to get you started - you can even find someone to build the code on Fiverr if you don't have the knowledge. You can always do the work manually too. I put all of the contacts in to a CRM I built inside of these entries will be tagged as NEWS. - DrifterStudios News Database design
As you add new entries there will be a series of fields to fill out. Here is an example. The database can have additional fields added as needed but for the most part this is the data that seems most valuable to me. For DrifterStudios we have this CRM for each artist, but then have a Collected database that has all the media contacts combined (notice the multi select genre field). - Drifterstudios CRM
As you document each media lead, make sure to fill as many fields as you can and add fields based on what additional info you think you'll need.
Once that is complete, write the pitch letter to the writer. Here is a sample from ChatGPT, I do not recommend sending the message as is, but it does provide good frame work if you do not know what to include in the pitch letter. Notice ChatGPT did not include links to your press kit or website, no links to music or even a phone number of email address - be sure those are all included. DO NOT send attachments.

ChatGPT - Artist pitch letter.
As each media person responds, you'll update the database with their interest (good fit score) and add comments about the response. Update the Status and the date as well as any other fields you have new data on.
Run through the News section of your CRM every week to be sure to update writers that need to be contacted with updates or just contacted to keep current. After you have exhausted all of "The Lacs" new articles start with a new Artist in your genre.
Everything we have done to this point is just to build the foundation for your music career's marketing. As you complete each of the different sections you'll learn what works best for you. Remember the failures are lessons, when something doesn't seem to work, flip it and look at it from a different angle. Too many things play into a successful marketing campaign to turn it in to a basic math problem. But each step provides data for you to build off of.
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2023.05.31 15:22 _zio_pane Planning out a MoCa strategy for new house, would appreciate input

I'm moving into a new house in a few weeks and trying to map out my MoCa strategy ahead of time. The house is 2000 sqft with an additional 1000 sqft behind it that needs coverage. There's four floors including the finished basement and finished attic. The four bedrooms on the second floor all have coax outlets. The living room and kitchen each have coax outlets. This is based on visual inspection only at this time. Here's my plan:
I'm buying a coax tester to determine which coax outlets are actually connected, because I could only verify the living room and primary bedroom were 100% connected and live.
The basement has a Commscope CSAPDU5VP as what looks like the root splitter. (Pictures) Based on this post it looks like I can replace it with a non-amp splitter like the Neoteck splitter? I won't have cable TV, just Xfinity internet. With this I do believe I'd still need a MoCa POE filter to put in front of the modem.
I have a Synology RT2600ac with three MR2200ac to place around the house for full coverage. I think I've settled on the goCoax MA2500C for the actual MoCa, so I'd get three of those as well.
The only thing left for me to do is pull one of the bedroom coax connections up to the (air conditioned) attic as that's my office and I have a home media server I want hardwired.
Does it sound like I've gotten anything wrong or missed something? I'm nervous as I'm a first time home owner and budget is a little tight (otherwise I'd get Ethernet run through the house).
Thank you!
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2023.05.31 15:14 OliverUnseth1 Positive and Negative Elements of Starcraft's Game Design

There has already been much talk about the weaknesses of BroodWar: Its inaccessibility, its mechanical demands, extremely detailed map and walling knowledge required at even the lowest level of play. As well as the weaknesses of SC2: Creep, over emphasis on air to air combat, base permeability.
But there are key elements to starcraft that I haven’t seen mentioned in interviews or developer posts that I would be great losses to exclude, as well as misguided design choices that would be hugely detrimental to include.
The largest and most impactful discrepancy between the two games is undoubtedly the supply cap, which despite being identical, plays a much different role between the two games. In BroodWar it is relatively uncommon, rare even, for neither player to be defeated before the supply cap was reached. In SC2 it is just the opposite, which fundamentally changes the nature of engagements, territory control, expanding, and every other element of play at every stage of the game. Because in SC2, there is no early game. And I’m not blaming the starting worker number, which was a change whose only negative effect was narrowing the variety of cheese rushes that were possible on smaller maps, I’m blaming the economy acceleration mechanics that compound even basic 2base play into being able to produce (albeit not reproduce) a fully maxed army. Accelerating worker production past the basic rate hugely nullifies the importance of having enough CC/Nexus/Hatchery’s to support a growing economy. Which catapults players of SC2 into having a fully maxed army without even needing to build a fourth base. Compared to BroodWar this is a hugely inferior dynamic. In BroodWar every additional base, from third, to fourth, to fifth, even sixth bases are imperative to victory. With each additional gas allowing higher tech units, better upgrades, and faster unit replenishment rates that will all be crucial to victory. But each expansion is a considerable investment, and requires a notable period of activity before it has even paid for itself. Continuous expansion is required, but every additional base also risks a potential loss, as well as spreading your defenses too thin to protect all of your vital structures. This continuous tension is what makes BroodWar’s gameplay so enthralling even decades later.
Whereese in SC2, you start the game with two bases unless you’re doing an immediate all-in, then take your third, and the entire tech tree is yours to explore. There is no choice, no trade-off, or even the opportunity to take an early fourth when you’ve taken map control. Because you’re already maxed, and building enough workers for more than three actively mining bases will cut your army far too severely. So the only method of exploiting early map control in SC2 is to build 90 workers, take as many bases as you can see, and continually throw waves of units into the enemy regardless of how poor the trades are. Because your units have to die, because you’re already maxed, and if you don’t engage in a ceaseless battle of attrition then the advantage that you earned will evaporate.
In BroodWar this dynamic does not occur until the late game, when countless engagements, attack timings, blunders, and harassments have already taken place. It is a game state that is reached only if both players have survived skillfully enough and long enough to reach it.
Solution: I argue that exponential economy growth mechanics reduce the impact of early engagements, as well as promote an unhealthy degree of turtling, since only one additional base outside of your natural expansion is required to reach max supply. And that income, worker production, and worker replenishment should be directly tied to the number of bases that have been taken.
(This is not a criticism of Zerg’s macro hatcheries in BroodWar, as that is a considerable investment required for larva-heavy builds heavy on cheap units, not an army unit that defends against both ground and air, heal each other, heal buildings, and are effortlessly massed.)
The next largest problem is exclusive to SC2, the Baneling. Which, as a concept is not wholly flawed, but its current incarnation is entirely unconducive towards territorial control or positional-based gameplay. Because the baneling solves every problem zerg has, effortlessly and without any skillful execution other than A-moving them onto what you want to die. They are the sole cause of the volatility of the most fragile match-up in the game (ZvZ), and their existence in conjunction with creep require any attack against the zerg to tip-toe towards the zerg base, one layer of tumors at a time. Because otherwise it will be impossible to kill enough of the banelings before they roll onto your army. But none of this is even my largest grievance against the unit, because it could be argued that those issues are equally caused by the creep mechanic, and not the unit.
My largest grievance, is that they do both bonus damage against infantry, and buildings. This means that once zerg gets an economic advantage, it is immediately appropriate to kamikaze a boatload of banelings into the opponent’s newest base. The only methods of preventing this is with huge amounts of layered static-defense, or just parking your entire army there as a deterrent to your opponent A-moving one of the fastest units in the game to explode onto your base, whose continued existence is crucial, because you probably only have three.
The degree of base permeability that banelings create lowers defender’s advantage to the point of almost non-existence.
Solution: I argue that sieging building or bases should require well executed play that emphasizes the importance of positioning and steady advancement. Not lightning fast roly-polys that barely trade inefficiently against even heavily secured structures.
Another grievance are units that only do relevant damage to one singular armor type. Like vultures, hellions, firebats, or reapers. Obviously a unit being highly effective against one type is positive. Like heavily armored Ultralisks being almost invincible against marines, zealots, and zerglings. What feels bad for the player is a unit that was only useful at fighting one singular type of enemy, and not getting to do that. So you’re just left with useless fodder to soak up damage and die so that your “real” units can survive a bit longer. Having counters is healthy for the game, where it becomes unhealthy is when those counters serve absolutely no other function outside of killing enemies of that one armor type.
My final grievance is spawnable units. That isn’t to say that there’s no constructive way of implementing them, only that their current implementations in SC2 are balanced around the interference that they provide the targeting AI. Broodlords, and Carriers provide a large portion of their value, not in the damage that they do, or the space that they control, but in the wasted shots that their spawnable attacks soak up from enemy units. The original swarm host did this so badly that it almost killed the game at its second expansion.
This admittedly occurs in BroodWar’s carriers as well, but is significantly mitigated by the broader and more effective anti-air options available to all three races in the older game. As well as the substantial mineral and time cost of losing all your interceptors. Unlike SC2’s broodlings or locusts, which are infinite and free.
What BroodWar does exceptionally well, is provide asymmetrical options that allows the different factions to do the same things in different ways. And I mean more than just structuring their tech trees differently. Despite their different styles, each race must have a way to siege a position, a way to scout, and a way to harass the enemy’s territory without investing your entire army into the attack.
The Siege Tank, the Reaver, and BroodWar’s Lurker all provide long range splash damage that is effective against both units and structures in completely unique ways, while all sharing the same weakness of lacking mobility. Units that serve this function, as well as out-ranging static defenses, disallow turtling from being a viable strategy against a far larger force, as well as giving the defender adequate time to react and reposition his own forces in response to the incoming siege, or even to counter-attack and exploit the immobility of the enemy’s army composition.
The Siege Tank does exist in SC2, but its range has been hugely reduced, thus limiting its coverage substantially. But protoss and zerg’s siege units are far superior to their BroodWar counterparts. The Disruptor is not a crawling sniper that almost necessitates a shuttle to transport it like the Reaver. It can move around as freely as anything else and fire explosions that have no cost in minerals or time to produce like the old scarabs did. And the Lurkers have a brand new burrow upgrade that completely negates the preparation period of the unit, now it can instantaneously attack the microsecond that a battle begins. No leapfrogging necessary, just snap them into action whenever you want and watch the spikes fly.
Regarding scouting in BroodWar, each race does it entirely differently in accordance to their style. Terran has omnipotent scans supplemented by spider mines, Protoss has observers that must be rationed due to their gas and supply cost, but provide constant sight wherever they are. And Zerg have overlords that fly all across the map, but are vulnerable and costly to replace if too many get out of position.
In SC2 the scouting feels much less meaningful. Because Terran have essentially infinite scans with three orbitals, Protoss has warp-in pylons all across the map, and Zerg has changlings that follow the enemy’s army for free, and dare I say it again, creep that even provides a speed bonus to meet the encroaching enemy as soon as an advance is detected. Intelligence gathering and deception feel much less prominent in SC2, partially due to the ease of scouting, but also because of the considerable overlap in production buildings. Like the Robotics Support Bay, or the Twilight Council, to name a few.
Another thing I really appreciate about BroodWar, are the niche units, and niche abilities. Units like the Valkyrie, the Guardian, the Queen, the Dark Archon, and even the Scout, are not made in the vast majority of games, but they all either fill an important hole in their race’s answers, or provide unique advantages that standard builds do not. The only useless unit in the entire game is probably the Devourer, which could easily have a place in ZvZ mutalisk battles if some of its values were even slightly tweaked. Every time you see these niche units in play it brings excitement. The commentators, the observers, and even the opponent is thrown for a loop to see how this unusual strategy is going to play out.
Regarding niche abilities, it’s important that they not require an upgrade to be usable, because otherwise they will literally never be used. But I still remember years ago, watching Boxer use his medics to blind a protoss’s observers so that his cloaked wraiths could kill the entire fleet of carriers. I know that cloaked attacking units is something that Stormgate is avoiding, which I believe is a positive choice. But it’s not the specific interaction I’m praising, it’s the ingenuity of making a game-winning play with a unit’s ability that is so rarely used as to be almost forgotten to exist. I hope stormgate’s unit design allows such creativity and memorable moments.
Another noteworthy issue with SC2 compared to BroodWar is the base permeability caused by blink stalkers, medivac speed boost, nydus worms, recall, and warp prisms that provide enough mobility to send an entire army to the opponent’s base with very minimal risk to its own forces. Going behind enemy lines should feel daring, or even desperate, not effortless and easy. In BroodWar having map control meant a lot more than in SC2, which is an unfortunate loss. Because territory control is far more engaging, both to play and to observe, than the random chaos of a frantic knife fight just to see who lands their doom drop first.
And it’s not even that I dislike the concept of doomdrops. I think Zerg in BroodWar actually had the healthiest version of it, because the zerg had to risk a lot by attempting it. Because it was far more expensive than just popping in a nydus worm, or a warp prism, or speedboosting medivacs around that the terran already had anyway.
Finally, the differing nature of each race’s damage and armor upgrades. It’s not the only way to accomplish this, but the nature of armor upgrades being linear, and damage upgrades being exponential, is one of the driving forces that compel each player to advance down the tech tree. Because the low damage, fast attack rate tier 1 units will be much more hindered by the enemy’s armor upgrades than more advanced high damage, low attack rate units. But that’s not the only successful part of the upgrade system, because each race’s asymmetry also expressed itself there. All of Protoss’s ground units have the same upgrades, but they’re more expensive, and have the additional shield upgrades. Terran’s upgrades are entirely separated from biological or mechanical units. And Zerg shares all armor upgrades for ground units, but the attack one is separated as either melee or ranged. This differentiation is not an inequality, but a difference that effects the entire trajectory of each race’s teching options, for the better.
I’m really excited for the upcoming release, and I hope that the development team has similar values and concerns. I just want the game to be an RTS that rivals even BroodWar in both longevity and popularity.
But I’d be interested to read in the comments if anyone else agrees or disagrees with my opinions on what’s important.
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2023.05.31 14:22 sal_vetri 5 Wide Receivers You Must Have in 2023:

1/ Diontae Johnson is a must have…
He was quietly 6th in targets last year, earning more than Ja’Marr Chase & AJ Brown. Here’s what you need to know…
Despite seeing this heavy volume, Johnson was just 39th in WR points. This happened because he earned 0 TDs. The Steelers ranked last in pass TDs with 12. But based on his volume, Johnson was expected to score 7 times. This would have placed him in the Top-15. Which is important to note because…
Johnson now goes as the 38th WR in drafts, after teammate George Pickens. But Pickens was 42% worse at earning targets in 2022 & there’s no added competition for 2023…
The Steelers drafted 0 WRs & swapped 7th rounders for Allen Robinson. Robinson was 92nd in WR efficiency last year. You should take Diontae every time in round 7…
2/ Chris Godwin’s offseason was rough…
Tom Brady retired in February. Godwin played 49% of his career games with Brady and Godwin averaged:
• 15.9 points
• 8.4 targets
• 70.8 yards
He earns 27% more points with Brady & was a Top-12 WR during this time. But now he has a new QB situation. Tampa will start either Baker Mayfield or Kyle Trask. Here’s what you need to know…
Baker was 27th in QB accuracy last year & averaged just 180 yards per game. He signed for only $4 million this offseason. Now let’s discuss Kyle Trask. Tampa took him in round 2 of the 2021 draft. He was efficient & accurate during his time in college. However, he has just 9 career NFL pass attempts.
Now Godwin is still in his prime. In 2022 he ranked:
• #6 in yards after catch
• #10 in targets per game
• Top-15 vs. man coverage
Look, Godwin’s QB situation isn’t great. But it’s reflected in his 6th round draft position. He currently goes after Michael Pittman. Bet on the volume & talent of Godwin…
3/ JuJu Smith-Schuster is now a Patriot…
Generally speaking, this is a downgrade. He goes from Patrick Mahomes to Mac Jones. But here’s what your friends missed…
This is baked into JuJu’s draft position. He currently goes as the 50th WR in round 10. It’s rare you get a team’s #1 WR this late. Let’s take a look at his competition…
The Patriots didn’t draft a WR until round 6. Besides JuJu, they added 0 receivers in free agency. JuJu’s biggest competition will be…
• Tyquan Thornton: smaller, downfield option
• Kendrick Bourne: Big efficiency drop last year
• DeVante Parker: 30 years old, 85th in 2022 efficiency
JuJu is coming off his most efficient year since 2018…
4/ The Giants were Top-12 in pass volume last year…
This makes New York’s WR room worth a look. But who do we want to target? Let’s discus…
The Giants were active in the offseason:
• Drafted Jalin Hyatt in round 3
• Signed Parris Campbell & Crowder
• Resigned Hodgins, Slayton & Shepard
Darius Slayton is the WR to target. He currently goes in round 18, despite being their highest paid WR. This is after teammates Parris Campbell & Isaiah Hodgins. Here’s what you must know…
Slayton was 23rd in WR efficiency last year. This was better than Tee Higgins. Slayton was also the WR31 from Week 5 to Week 17. But now he’s drafted as the 91st WR off the board, and that’s not all…
The Giants had just 17 TD passes last year, 4th worst in the NFL. This led to Slayton earning a career-low 2 TDs. Expect this to naturally increase in 2023…
5/ The Panthers WR room is undervalued…
None of their WRs go in the first 10 rounds. This is a mistake because Carolina now has Bryce Young & a Top-10 O-Line. Consider drafting Adam Thielen or Jonathan Mingo.
Thielen is now their highest paid WR & despite being 32-year-old, he ranked Top-15 against man coverage in 2022.
Then there’s 2nd rounder Jonathan Mingo who the Panthers had a 1st round grade on.He has elite size & speed at 226 pounds. Expect him to start over Terrace Marshall. Both guys are values in round 11…
Who did I miss?
- Sal Vetri
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2023.05.31 13:28 Astro63 Defending the Draft: Pittsburgh Steelers

Defending the Draft: Pittsburgh Steelers
Preface: Back during Week 2 of 2004, rookie QB Ben Roethlisberger entered the game after veteran Tommy Maddox left the game with an injury. What followed was 18 years of arguably the greatest QB in Steelers history up until retirement after the 2021 season. Enter Week 4 of 2022; rookie QB Kenny Pickett enters the game in the second half after a poor performance by veteran Mitchell Trubisky. How will the story proceed from here? His rookie season was a mixed bag full of rookie mistakes and flashes of brilliance that had the Steelers in the playoff hunt down to the very last week of the season. Most importantly, his growth and development over the course of the season has sparked a lot of optimism that he really could be the successor to Big Ben. As his sophomore season approaches, the front office made it a priority to set him up to succeed and to accelerate his development by bringing in talent around him. There is a lot of belief from the Steelers' Front Office that Kenny might be the guy going forward, and they acted like it with their moves during the offseason.
It started off with the highly unpopular decision of retaining OC Matt Canada for next season, citing the noticeable offensive strides that occurred toward the end of last season. It is a major gamble given how poor the offense played last year, but there is something to be said about the importance of coaching stability for a young QB. All indications since have been that the ‘training wheels’ are off from the playbook and that the team is entrusting Kenny to operate it in full. The belief is that he is ready to command and ultimately elevate the offense without limitation, and that was more important than starting over with a whole new playbook. With that squared away, the Steelers kicked off the free agency period mostly by addressing the defensive side of the ball with signings such as CB Patrick Peterson, LBs Cole Holcomb and Elandon Roberts, S Keanu Neal, and re-signing DT Larry Ogunjobi after an impressive first season with the team. Most notable, however, was the signing of OG Isaac Seumalo to upgrade on incumbent Kevin Dotson; a clear indication that the team wanted to get better up front for Kenny Pickett and keep the run game rolling like it was at the end of last season. Lastly, the Steelers made a late move right before the draft to acquire Allen Robinson from the Rams to hopefully upgrade the receiving arsenal and find much-needed stability at the WR3 position.
Heading into the draft, it was clear that the Steelers had their eyes on a potential upgrade at LT, another CB to replace the departed Cam Sutton, much-needed depth at EDGE and DT, and potentially some more weapons for the offense.
TRADE: Pittsburgh sends Picks 17 & 120 to New England for Pick 14
In his first year sitting in the General Manager chair, Omar Khan watched the board closely as a pair of offensive tackles already came off the board and the tackle-needy New York Jets sat two picks ahead of them. It just so happened that the Jets’ rival New England Patriots were sitting one pick in front of them, and had little to no qualms about letting a team move up….
Round 1, Pick 14: Broderick Jones, OT, Georgia
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Talk about making a statement during your first draft in charge. Sensing an opportunity to land one of the premier offensive tackles in this class, Omar Khan made the shrewd decision to jump up the board and secure a player they’ve had their eyes on. Now on the clock at Pick 14, the Steelers wasted no time in selecting University of Georgia’s standout LT Broderick Jones to be their expected franchise tackle. Fresh off the Bulldogs’ first national championship in over 40 years, Jones stepped in at LT for the departed Jamaree Salyer and anchored them all the way back to a consecutive national championship. There was a good bit of hype for Jones entering the season as he flashed his talents during a brief stretch as a starter due to injuries in 2021. One thing that stood out to me was a quote from Mike Tomlin that during a Pro Day dinner last draft cycle, all his Georgia teammates pointed to Broderick as someone to look out for next draft even despite his limited tape as a starter. Safe to say they weren’t lying and his 2022 tape ended up impressing Mike Tomlin. Over the course of their title-winning campaign, Jones did nothing but impress against the best the SEC had to offer and showed just how enticing of a talent he is.
So what are the Steelers getting in Broderick Jones? Two words that you love to hear from a potential NFL tackle; Nastiness & Athleticism. When watching his film, it is immediately evident that this is a violent player in both phases of the trenches. When leading the charge in the run game, Jones is looking to get out in front and put defenders in the dirt to create wide-open running lanes. His smooth movement skills in space coupled with his 6’5 311lb frame are tantalizing and it allowed Georgia to dominate with outside zone concepts. When Jones gets his hands on defenders and his legs in gear, there is almost no chance of recovery for said defender. On top of that, Broderick showed off a position-leading 4.97 40-yard dash and an even better 1.67 10-yard split at the combine which showcased just how well this man can move. Those aforementioned traits are just as apparent in pass protection with his powerful first punch and fluidity in his sets. On any given rep, Jones is looking to land a debilitating blow on pass-rushers to disrupt them right off the snap. I’ve seen him flatten unsuspecting speed rushers and stone-wall power rushers with his raw power. Even on reps where he doesn’t win initially, Jones has the foot speed to quickly recover and settle back into his set without surrendering too much ground. His profile allows him to drop deep into his kickstep and mirror even the most athletic pass-rushers he faced. With that all said, this is still a highly inexperienced player we are talking about and there is still a learning curve to overcome. He has a tendency to overset in his punch and expose his chest and his mechanics still need a lot of refinement at this stage of his career, but these are coachable flaws rather than any sort of physical limitations. From a raw tools and traits perspective, this is almost as good as it gets for a coach to work with. Keep him on his current developmental track and this is a guy with the potential to be a decade-long anchor for an NFL offense.
Broderick Jones will have the opportunity to earn the starting LT job from Day 1 in Pittsburgh. Incumbent starter Dan Moore Jr. has been a serviceable player during his first two seasons as a pro but his physical limitations and penalty propensity left a lot to be desired. The two will battle it out during training camp, but the Steelers seem excited to fast-track Jones’s development and get him reps as soon as possible. If all goes according to plan, Pittsburgh finally found their coveted answer at LT and Kenny Pickett’s much-needed blindside blocker for many years to come. Between Isaac Seumalo and now Broderick Jones, the left side of a once porous OL looks like an absolute strength. What better way to keep your young QB upright than that?
Round 2, Pick 32: Joey Porter Jr., CB, Penn State
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The top pick of the second round was acquired by the Steelers during a midseason trade that sent Chase Claypool to the Chicago Bears. Looking to upgrade their arsenal for a young Justin Fields, Chicago gambled on Claypool’s athletic upside to help elevate their offense. What followed was an 0-9 stretch to close out the season, much to the Steelers' benefit.
Joey Porter Sr. played for the Steelers from 1999 to 2006 and then coached for the team from 2014-2018. He was an emotional leader and tone-setter for the vaunted 2000s Steelers defenses. Now 17 years later after he last played for the team, his son Joey Porter Jr. will get to continue his legacy. When the first round concluded and JPJ surprisingly remained on the board, everyone and their mother connected the dots of the Steelers taking him to start Day 2. It just felt right. Numerous teams called the Steelers to try and trade up to that spot, but nothing wavered them off this opportunity. Joey Porter Jr. got the call and returned to a team where he grew up as a kid getting to be around. Both Khan and Tomlin have stated that he was a player they were looking at at pick 17 so to get him at 32 was a home run for their draft strategy. Make no mistake, this was not just some sentimental pick but rather an opportunity to land an extremely talented player at a position of dire need. JPJ is an aggressive, man-coverage CB whose goal is to jam and disrupt every route he sees. He has freakish 34” arms that allow him to wash receivers off their routes and minimize passing windows for opposing QBs. Penn State had him playing tight press-man coverage and his length and straight-line speed proved to be a nightmare for teams to throw against. The one issue that does haunt his tape is grabbiness downfield and the flags that follow. While not a liability, his hip-flip recovery can be lacking and causes him to get too handsy to try and recover. Coaching him up to be more disciplined with his hands and to trust his traits and technique will be a must for him to become more scheme diverse and avoid being picked on. However, in an older CB room that lacks man coverage-capable players on the outside, JPJ will have an immediate role where he can start with his comforted bump-and-run coverage techniques and grow from there. Given the size and speed of some of the opposing AFCN receivers, his skillset will provide huge value to a secondary that previously lacked the personnel to match up accordingly. This pick was a feel-good story on the surface, but more importantly a much-needed young player meant to spearhead a CB room overhaul throughout the coming seasons.
Round 2, Pick 49: Keeanu Benton, NT, Wisconsin
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Struggles defending the run have been a recurring issue for the Steelers' defense over the past couple of seasons. Between a lack of stoutness next to Cam Heyward upfront and poor downhill run-fitting from the linebackers, the Steelers were very prone to being run right over. Having completely overhauled the LB room in free agency with an intent on signing plus run defenders, the Steelers waited until the draft to truly address the DL. Keeanu Benton out of Wisconsin is a sorely needed infusion of young talent for an older position group. It’s not often you see a 4-year starter at Nose Tackle in college, particularly at a seniority-focused school like Wisconsin, but that’s what you’re getting in Benton. He is as experienced as they come at that position and should have no trouble seeing the NFL field right away because of it. He plays exactly as you’d expect from someone with that resume; extremely stout and reliable against the run and plays with a lot of polish to stack and shed blocks. While he aligned almost exclusively over the A-Gap in their scheme, he still showcased the quickness and power to be a legitimate penetrator as well. He had the opportunity to really show off what more he can do at the Senior Bowl in 1-on-1 drills and really caught people by surprise with just how well he could move and win those reps. His home at the next level will still be the A-Gap as he joins a familiar 3-4 scheme in Pittsburgh, but he has the talent to line up in a variety of spots across the defensive front. He will be relied upon early on to be a clog in the middle between Cam Heyward and Larry Ogunjobi but his long-term outlook might include a lot more on his plate once Cam is retired.
TRADE: Pittsburgh sends Pick 80 to Carolina for Picks 93 & 132
Having surrendered their 4th-rounder in the trade up for Broderick Jones, Omar Khan used this trade as an opportunity to regain a 4th-rounder without bailing out of the third round entirely. The Steelers had many needs and limited draft capital so regaining quantity was a must.
Round 3, Pick 93: Darnell Washington, TE, Georgia
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Sometimes talent just falls right into your lap and you just gotta take it. I don’t think the Steelers were anticipating taking a TE very early, especially after re-signing Zach Gentry a few weeks prior, but I also don’t think they expected Darnell Washington to be available at 93. Simply put, this dude is a unicorn. Standing at a towering 6’7 265lb frame, Washington plays exactly as he looks. He is on the field to mow defenders over and have no mercy doing it. Having him on the field for Georgia was essentially like having a 6th OL that would occasionally catch passes. He hits like a Mack truck and can move in space with ease. There were plays where UGA would line him up next to his (now reunited) teammate Broderick Jones and just have them get on their horse and leave poor defenders in their wake while the RBs went untouched. Plays like that are going to be absolutely beloved by Steelers fans. The scary thing with Washington is that you can easily argue that he was underused at Georgia considering he ran a 4.64 40 at the combine but only caught 28 passes over the course of the season. It made sense to have All-American talent Brock Bowers be the primary receiver while Washington did the blocking dirty work, but he showed how he could release his blocks and rip a defense for 30+ yard gains right up the seam. It’ll be a similar setup in Pittsburgh behind emerging young star Pat Freiermuth, but there is so much untapped receiving potential here with his size and athleticism that we haven’t even seen yet. The only reason he fell as far in the draft as he did was because of medical concerns with his knees, but Omar Khan has come out and said that he thinks that is totally overblown. If that proves not to be an issue, Pittsburgh found a one-of-one type player who will add to an already bolstered rushing attack. Najee Harris must be licking his chops at the thought of running behind Broderick and Darnell.
Round 4, Pick 132: Nick Herbig, OLB, Wisconsin
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If there is one thing that this draft reinforced what we already knew it’s that the Steelers really like NFL bloodlines. After signing Nate Herbig in free agency to shore up the OL depth, the Steelers ended up drafting his younger brother Nick Herbig out of Wisconsin. Now whereas Nate is a hulking 6,4 335lb guard, Nick is a slender 6’2 240lb pass-rusher who wins with his explosive get-off. Having played the unique outside linebacker role for Wisconsin just like TJ Watt did many years prior, Nick is a very versatile player who had a lot of responsibilities at Wisconsin. As a pass-rusher, Nick was on the smaller side but was very capable of beating larger tackles with quick-twitch moves and bend around the edge. He plays with a desirably high relentlessness to find his way into the backfield by any means necessary. As noted, Nick also had to play a ton in space given his role and that led him to being a quality ‘flow’ defender that can sift through commotion. There was a popular sentiment that Nick might end up transitioning to off-ball LB full time given his smaller frame and athletic profile, but the Steelers seem intent on developing him as a pass-rusher behind Watt and Alex Highsmith. He might not have the stature to hold up as a three-down player, but his pass-rushing acumen will be a noticeable boost to an extremely shallow room behind the two starters. Expect him to be rotated in often during passing situations.
Round 7, Pick 241: Cory Trice, CB, Purdue
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With no picks during Rounds 5 or 6, Pittsburgh finally got back on the clock in the middle of the 7th round. Continuing a theme of having talent fall to them, Omar Khan double dipped on the CB position with Cory Trice out of Purdue. Trice is an imposing 6’3 205lb corner with legitimate change of direction and pressing skills. He knows how to use his size to his advantage and can legitimately mirror even the most precise route runners he faced. He has experience with both man and zone coverage concepts which will be an asset in Pittsburgh’s diverse coverage scheme. On top of that, Trice is a willing participant in run defense as he looks to shed blocks from receivers and trigger downhill on the ball carrier with his size. The only reason a player this talented was still on the board this late was because of a laundry list of medical concerns. Having suffered a season-ending ACL tear in 2021, Trice returned in 2022 but was limited by a knee brace that ended up causing a groin injury to develop. He was flagged at the combine for his injury history but still managed to impress with a 4.47 40-yard dash and 6.7 3-cone drill. Many teams likely took him off their board due to long-term concerns but Pittsburgh was willing to roll the dice on his upside if he stays healthy. Leaving the draft with two talented young corners could end up completely reinvigorating their secondary.
Round 7, Pick 251: Spencer Anderson, IOL, Maryland
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To round out their draft class, Omar Khan wrapped things up with the versatile Spencer Anderson out of Maryland. During his college career, Anderson got starts at all five positions along the offensive line. Mike Tomlin tends to value ‘swing versatility’ along his OLs so the idea of a super versatile piece like this could be enticing. Anderson is an intelligent and technically sound blocker who knows how to explode off the snap and hit his landmarks. He is not a particularly fluid mover but he knows how to work angles and positioning from all different alignments. I expect him to get a primary opportunity at Center for the Steelers given the complete lack of options behind starter Mason Cole, but his versatility will be his calling card to earn a roster spot.
Notable UDFAs:
Monte Pottebaum, FB, Iowa: Safe to say that a fullback with a long-haired mullet is going to be a training camp fan favorite among yinzer faithful. Previous fullback Derek Watt was not re-signed this offseason after limited usage over his tenure so an opening exists at that position if they are still looking to use it. Watt made his money primarily on special teams so Monte will have to show the same capabilities in order to make the team, but he has the luxury of being the only FB skillset currently on roster.
David Perales, EDGE, Fresno State: Every summer it seems like a UDFA pass-rusher picks up some steam as a potential roster addition for the Steelers. The player that fills the bill this year is the bulky and bendy David Perales. OLB depth is less of an immediate need with the recent signing of Markus Golden, but this is still a thin room. If Perales can show enough special teams value and pass-rushing upside, he might stick around as the fifth OLB.
Roster Prediction:
QB: (3) Kenny Pickett, Mitchell Trubisky, Mason Rudolph
RB: (3) Najee Harris, Jaylen Warren, Anthony McFarland Jr.
WR: (6) Diontae Johnson, George Pickens, Allen Robinson, Calvin Austin III, Hakeem Butler, Miles Boykin
TE: (4) Pat Freiermuth, Darnell Washington, Zach Gentry, Connor Heyward (HB)
OT: (4) Broderick Jones, Chukwuma Okorafor, Dan Moore Jr., Le’Raven Clark
IOL: (5) Isaac Seumalo, James Daniels, Mason Cole, Nate Herbig, Kevin Dotson
IDL: (6) Cameron Heyward, Larry Ogunjobi, Keeanu Benton, DeMarvin Leal, Montravius Adams, Breiden Fehoko
OLB: (4) TJ Watt, Alex Highsmith, Markus Golden, Nick Herbig
ILB: (4) Cole Holcomb, Elandon Roberts, Mark Robison, Tanner Muse,
CB: (6) Patrick Peterson, Levi Wallace, Chandon Sullivan, Joey Porter Jr., Cory Trice, James Pierre
SAF: (5) Minkah Fitzpatrick, Keanu Neal, Damontae Kazee, Tre Norwood, Miles Killebrew
ST: (3) Chris Boswell (K), Pressley Harvin III (P), Kameron Canaday (LS)
Future Needs:
Inside Linebacker: The single most glaring deficiency on the current roster is inside linebacker. The Steelers let Devin Bush, Myles Jack, and Robert Spillane all walk in free agency in favor of signing Cole Holcomb and Elandon Roberts. While those two players have nice complementary skill sets, neither is someone you’d hang your hat on as the top talent in the LB room, especially in coverage. It’s been over five years since Ryan Shazier’s career-ending injury and the Steelers have still not found an answer in the middle of their defense. Finding a true three-down backer who can make plays against the run and drop back into coverage is a must, as hard as that may be.
Slot Cornerback: If both Joey Porter Jr. and Cory Trice pan out like their talent indicates, the Steelers might have found their future at outside CB in one draft. However, one spot in the secondary they really didn’t find an answer was in the slot. Chandon Sullivan was signed as a one-year stop-gap to replace Arthur Maulet, and Patrick Peterson might get some run in the slot, but a long-term option does not exist here. Finding a slot-specific skill set would help cover up the other major deficiency on defense.
Wide Receiver: There are currently a lot of unknowns in the Steelers war room. Will Diontae Johnson bounce back in 2023? Can George Pickens develop more routes to his game? Does Allen Robinson have anything left? What will Calvin Austin look like after missing his entire rookie season? This is a talented room shrouded with a ton of uncertainty, so reinforcements might be necessary on the soon horizon. It is never a bad idea to surround a young QB with even more weapons.
Final Thoughts: Fans and pundits all agree; this was a home run first draft for new GM Omar Khan. Declaring ‘winners and losers’ right after the draft is often a fickle exercise but it is hard to ignore all the value that was obtained at each pick. Finally landing a much-needed upgrade at LT made this draft a win by itself, but adding highly regarded prospects at almost all of the other major pre-draft needs made this a class to truly get excited for. Pittsburgh found players that can contribute right away and may end up being future cornerstones at their respective position groups. If nothing else, fans can leave the draft with a feeling that the Steelers are in good hands with Khan in charge. His understanding of how and when to address critical roster needs, and his willingness to maneuver the board in doing so, deserves a lot of praise and optimism. The Kenny Pickett era is officially underway, and it is draft classes such as this that will help shape it into a success.
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2023.05.31 07:36 Savipra Passed PMP Certification Exam with Above Targets! Grateful for Amazing Resources and Tips!

Hey fellow PMP aspirants,
I am ecstatic to share that I have successfully passed PMI's PMP Certification Exam with Above Targets in all three domains of People, Process, and Business Environment. It has been an incredible journey, and I couldn't have done it without the support of some amazing resources and the helpful tips I want to share with you all.
Here are the key resources and tips that were instrumental in my success:
  1. Andrew Ramdayal's Udemy Course: Andrew's course provided comprehensive coverage of PMP exam topics, and his teaching style was engaging and effective. Highly recommended!
  2. David McLachlan's YouTube Sessions: David's insightful YouTube sessions helped me deepen my understanding of complex project management concepts. His explanations were clear and concise.
  3. u/Third3Rock's Curated PMP Notes: A huge shoutout to u/Third3Rock for their well-organized and concise PMP notes. These notes served as a valuable quick reference during my exam preparation. Here's the preview link for your convenience:
  4. PMP PocketPrep: The PocketPrep study platform was an absolute game-changer for me. The extensive question bank and realistic practice exams helped me build confidence and sharpen my knowledge.
  5. PMI Study Hall: PMI Study Hall provided me with invaluable study materials, practice tests, and a supportive learning environment. The resources offered by PMI Study Hall were crucial in my exam readiness.
  6. PMP Subreddit: The PMP Subreddit community was a constant source of inspiration, motivation, and helpful discussions. The shared experiences and insights from fellow aspirants were truly valuable.
Now, I want to share some essential tips that contributed to my success, these are the mindset combination of SH and AR:
  1. Understand the project management framework: Familiarize yourself with different project management frameworks like Agile, hybrid, and predictive (waterfall) to eliminate invalid options based on the question's framework.
  2. Know the process group and knowledge area mappings: Understand the relationship between process groups and knowledge areas to identify the relevant process group and knowledge area in each question.
  3. Focus on situational questions: Read the main question first before diving into the prompt. Pay attention to keywords like "most important," "least important," and "likely" to identify the nature of the question.
  4. Serve as a servant leader: Embrace a servant leader mentality, considering the team's needs and facilitating effective communication. Prioritize face-to-face communication and empower team members through training and coaching.
  5. Assess, review, and take action: Follow a systematic problem-solving and decision-making approach. Assess the situation, review relevant information or plans, and then take appropriate action or make informed decisions.
  6. Follow formal change management processes: Understand the importance of formal change management processes. Any changes to the project should go through proper approval procedures and should never be implemented without approval.
  7. Utilize appropriate tools and techniques: Gain knowledge of suitable tools and techniques for different project management aspects, such as cost estimation, demonstrations, and conflict resolution.
  8. Adhere to project management principles: Keep key project management principles in mind, such as stakeholder engagement, quality control, adherence to acceptance criteria, and following formal project closure processes.
  9. Communicate and collaborate effectively: Maintain open communication channels with the project management office (PMO), stakeholders, customers, and team members. Regularly report project status and updates to keep everyone informed.
  10. Apply risk management practices: Continuously identify and address risks throughout the project lifecycle. Update the risk register when new risks arise or when there are new laws or information from the internet.
  11. Consider contractual and vendor management: Seek guidance from the appropriate department when facing vendor-related issues. Address such problems
I owe this PMP a lot to those who passed the exam before me. They allowed me to see the pattern in what study habit I should have that I can use both in real life and in the actual exam.
Reach out to me if you need any further tips and insights that can give you the edge in passing the PMP exam with flying colors.
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2023.05.31 06:16 WeldAE The Success of Voting on Tesla Charger locations

Was looking through the Tesla charger map and noticed some of the new Tesla charging locations based on votes in the South East. What stands out is generally how good the choices are for the ones I have first hand knowledge of which is most of them as 7 out of 12 of them are near me. Here are my thoughts on the locations but I'd love to hear what everyone thinks, especially about the locations not covered by me. Is this voting for chargers a good thing or not solving real problems?
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2023.05.31 04:59 ProOnlineClass Delta Math Answers

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2023.05.31 01:02 DaOrpheus [EU] 95Vikings - SCL Masters - LFP

About us; This project has started recently. A team with individually experienced players. IGL has experience building a team that went into ESEA Intermediate and reached some finals. We're currently looking to rebuild the team as the previous one fell apart. Our plan is to build a team until we're satisfied with the line-up, we're planning on doing a lot of practice and tournaments until Source 2 comes out, this way we will be consistent, in top shape and have a wide stratbook going into Source 2 and we then just need to adapt the gameplans to the new mechanics. We then play other leagues such as ESEA, SCL, etc... We currently also have an organisation backing us that will fund mostly all entry fee's, social media coverage, casters for matches, etc...
IGL Vision; - most of the times you will be given a position in the T and CT defaults, this is due to the IGL believing certain roles should play certain positions in general - T vision; map control, spacing & trading - CT vision; rotation, re-aggression & info plays
We've achieved in the past months; - Volpid Series Semi-Finals - FlyHigh Finals - Authority Semi-Finals - Top #100 RMR qualifiers - SCL Intermediate (+ play-offs) - SCL Masters - ESEA Play-offs 2x
Players; ajax - 3200 elo, 2x ESEA & SCL Intermediate, 1x SCL Masters, Finalist in several leagues/tournaments. +1/2 players but unsure as of now.
Available Roles: (we don't want PUG players, we want people able to work together in a system!) - AWPer: T: in general we want a supportive / stable AWPer instead of a "star" AWPer. someone capable of doing the boring stuff such as holding angles for the riflers to give them space into taking map control, but also getting picks if he has a good spawn or read. CT: going for entries, mostly only fighting Riflers early with AWP, avoiding fights with the enemies AWPer unless we have a good counter against him. - Second Entry: T: play as support early in rounds so that you can survive to entry late round, in set-strats you will be the first entry as the IGL is the main entry but prefers to throw utility in set-strats so that he can get a better read for future rounds. in default rounds he will be the first entry. CT: preferably rotation but anchor is also fine. - Star Rifler: T: basically just help take map control / maintain map control, late round responsibility is throwing utility for the execute or going in as the third/fourth player entering a site. CT: you will be ending up playing as many Star Rifle positions as possible, there could be situations where we will swap it up if it's not working out but other wise we will try and stick towards the positions given based on the role. - Lurker: T: you will be second caller considering you are on the opposite side of the map compared to the rest of the team meaning you can have amazing reads. you will have decent amount of freedom but still will have to work with structure and protocols. CT: preferably an anchor but rotation is also fine.
Requirements; - Faceit 2500 elo - Active Duty map knowledge - Calm & likeable personality - Decent at speaking English - Availability starting from 7pm CET or earlier until at least 12am
What you can expect from us; - 5-6x practice a week - International line-up - Dedicated players - Goal orientated practice
Apply Here, we will add you on Discord if we are interested in you. Need more information? DM me in Discord ajax#3685
Pease do not add me on Steam, just DM me on Discord instead. If you have no questions then just wait for us to add you, we will add you on Discord if we are interested.
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“What Is Thermal Imaging & Why Is It Important for a Home Inspection?”
  1. Introduction
  2. Brief explanation of home inspections and their significance
  3. Introduction to thermal imaging and its growing role in home inspections
  4. Understanding Thermal Imaging
  5. Definition and principles of thermal imaging
  6. How thermal imaging works in detecting temperature variations
  7. Key components of a thermal imaging camera
  8. Differentiating between thermal imaging and traditional visual inspections
III. The Importance of Thermal Imaging in Home Inspections
  1. Identifying hidden issues
  2. Detecting insulation deficiencies
  3. Locating air leaks and drafts
  4. Spotting moisture intrusion and water damage
  5. Enhancing electrical inspections
  6. Locating overheating electrical components
  7. Detecting electrical faults and fire hazards
  8. Identifying plumbing issues
  9. Pinpointing hidden leaks and pipe damage
  10. Evaluating the efficiency of radiant heating systems
  11. Detecting structural anomalies
  12. Identifying heat loss and energy inefficiencies
  13. Detecting foundation cracks and structural defects
  14. Advantages of Thermal Imaging in Home Inspections
  15. Non-invasive and non-destructive nature
  16. Time and cost efficiency
  17. Comprehensive and accurate assessments
  18. Enhanced safety and risk mitigation
  19. Limitations of Thermal Imaging in Home Inspections
  20. External factors influencing accuracy
  21. Interpretation challenges and the need for expertise
  22. Limitations in identifying certain issues
  23. Case Studies and Real-Life Examples
  24. Success stories of thermal imaging in home inspections
  25. Examples of issues detected by thermal imaging
  26. Impact of thermal imaging on decision-making and negotiations
VII. The Future of Thermal Imaging in Home Inspections
  1. Technological advancements and improvements
  2. Integration of artificial intelligence in thermal imaging
  3. Potential impact on home inspection standards and regulations
VIII. Conclusion
  1. Recap of the importance of thermal imaging in home inspections
  2. Encouragement for homeowners and buyers to consider thermal imaging
  3. Final thoughts on the future of thermal imaging in the industry
Home inspections are a vital part of the real estate process, providing potential buyers and homeowners with a comprehensive assessment of a property’s condition. These inspections aim to identify any existing or potential issues that could affect the safety, functionality, and value of a home.
In recent years, thermal imaging has emerged as a valuable tool in conducting thorough and efficient home inspections. By detecting temperature variations, thermal imaging can uncover hidden problems that may not be visible to the naked eye. In this article, we will explore the importance of thermal imaging in home inspections and how it can benefit both buyers and homeowners.
Understanding Thermal Imaging
Thermal imaging utilizes infrared technology to capture and analyze temperature patterns emitted by objects and surfaces. It works by detecting the infrared radiation emitted by objects, converting it into a visual representation called a thermogram. The resulting image displays variations in temperature, with warmer areas appearing as brighter colors and cooler areas as darker colors.
To perform a thermal inspection, a qualified professional uses a thermal imaging camera. These cameras are equipped with special sensors that can detect and measure infrared radiation accurately. They are designed to capture and interpret temperature variations, allowing inspectors to identify potential issues that may be otherwise hidden from view.
The Importance of Thermal Imaging in Home Inspections
Identifying Hidden Issues
One of the primary reasons thermal imaging is crucial in-home inspections is its ability to detect hidden issues. Many problems, such as insulation deficiencies, air leaks, and moisture intrusion, may not be immediately visible to the naked eye. Thermal imaging can reveal temperature differences that indicate these problems, enabling inspectors to pinpoint their exact locations.
Insulation deficiencies: Inadequate insulation can result in significant energy loss and increased utility bills. Thermal imaging can quickly identify areas with insufficient insulation by detecting temperature variations along walls, ceilings, and floors. This allows homeowners to take corrective measures and improve energy efficiency.
Air leaks and drafts: Air leaks can significantly impact a home’s comfort and energy efficiency. Thermal imaging can reveal gaps and cracks in the building envelope, as well as areas where drafts are entering or escaping. By identifying these issues, homeowners can address them promptly, reducing energy waste and enhancing indoor comfort.
Moisture intrusion and water damage: Moisture intrusion can lead to mold growth, rot, and structural damage. Thermal imaging can detect hidden moisture by identifying cooler areas caused by water absorption or leaks. This early detection allows homeowners to mitigate the damage before it becomes extensive and costly.
Enhancing Electrical Inspections
Electrical issues pose serious safety hazards and are often difficult to detect visually. Thermal imaging can help inspectors identify electrical faults and potential fire hazards by detecting abnormal heat patterns. Overheating electrical components, loose connections, and overloaded circuits can be quickly identified using thermal imaging. This early detection can prevent electrical fires and protect the occupants of the home.
Identifying Plumbing Issues
Thermal imaging can be instrumental in locating plumbing issues that are not immediately apparent. It can detect hidden leaks behind walls, ceilings, or floors by identifying temperature differences caused by moisture. By pinpointing the precise location of leaks, homeowners can minimize water damage and reduce the risk of mold growth.
Thermal imaging is also valuable in evaluating the efficiency of radiant heating systems. It can identify areas of heat loss or malfunctioning components, ensuring optimal performance and comfort within the home.
Detecting Structural Anomalies
Thermal imaging can help uncover structural anomalies that may not be visible during a traditional visual inspection. It can detect heat loss or thermal bridging in walls, windows, and roofs, indicating potential insulation issues or energy inefficiencies. Additionally, thermal imaging can identify foundation cracks or areas of excessive moisture, providing early warning signs of potential structural defects.
📷Advantages of Thermal Imaging in Home Inspections
Thermal imaging offers several advantages over traditional visual inspections in the context of home inspections:
Non-invasive and Non-Destructive: Thermal imaging is a non-invasive and non-destructive method of inspection. It does not require physical contact with the surfaces being examined, minimizing the disruption to the property and reducing the risk of further damage.
Time and Cost Efficiency: Thermal imaging enables inspectors to identify issues quickly and efficiently. It can detect problems that may otherwise require extensive manual investigation or even invasive testing. By streamlining the inspection process, thermal imaging saves both time and costs for homeowners and buyers.
Comprehensive and Accurate Assessments: Thermal imaging provides a comprehensive assessment of a property’s condition. It offers a visual representation of temperature differences, allowing inspectors to identify multiple issues simultaneously. This comprehensive approach ensures a more accurate evaluation of the property’s overall health and helps prioritize repairs and maintenance.
Enhanced Safety and Risk Mitigation: Thermal imaging can identify potential safety hazards such as electrical faults or overheating components. By detecting these issues early on, homeowners can take appropriate measures to address them promptly, minimizing the risk of accidents, injuries, or property damage.
Limitations of Thermal Imaging in Home Inspections
While thermal imaging is a valuable tool, it also has some limitations that need to be considered:
External Factors Influencing Accuracy: External factors, such as weather conditions, can affect the accuracy of thermal imaging. Factors like solar radiation, wind, or reflective surfaces can distort temperature readings and impact the interpretation of the thermograms. Therefore, it is essential for inspectors to consider and account for these factors during the inspection process.
Interpretation Challenges and the Need for Expertise: Thermal imaging requires expertise in interpreting thermograms accurately. Identifying potential issues and distinguishing them from normal temperature variations can be challenging, especially in complex building structures. Inspectors with specialized training and experience in thermal imaging are better equipped to analyze the results accurately.
Limitations in Identifying Certain Issues: Thermal imaging is not a foolproof method for detecting all types of issues. For example, it cannot identify mold or asbestos directly, as they do not emit significant temperature variations. Additionally, certain hidden problems, such as structural defects deep within walls, may not be detectable through thermal imaging alone. Therefore, thermal imaging should be used in conjunction with other inspection techniques to ensure a comprehensive assessment.
Case Studies and Real-Life Examples
To understand the practical applications of thermal imaging in home inspections, let’s explore a few case studies and real-life examples:
Insulation Deficiencies: During a home inspection, thermal imaging identified areas of inadequate insulation in the attic. The temperature variations revealed heat loss, indicating insufficient insulation coverage. This information allowed homeowners to take corrective measures, resulting in improved energy efficiency and reduced utility bills.
Electrical Faults: Thermal imaging detected an overheating electrical component within a wall during an inspection. This early identification enabled the homeowner to address the issue promptly, preventing a potential electrical fire and ensuring the safety of the property.
Hidden Water Damage: In a home inspection, thermal imaging uncovered a hidden water leak in a bathroom wall. The temperature differences detected by the camera indicated moisture intrusion. By locating the precise source of the leak, the homeowner was able to repair the plumbing and prevent further water damage and mold growth.
The Future of Thermal Imaging in Home Inspections
As technology continues to advance, the future of thermal imaging in home inspections looks promising. Here are a few potential developments to look out for:
Technological Advancements and Improvements: Thermal imaging cameras are becoming more compact, affordable, and user-friendly. Ongoing advancements in sensor technology and image processing algorithms are likely to enhance the accuracy and quality of thermal imaging results.
Integration of Artificial Intelligence in Thermal Imaging: Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionize thermal imaging in home inspections. AI algorithms can be trained to analyze and interpret thermal images, automating the detection of anomalies and improving the efficiency of inspections. Machine learning techniques can help AI systems learn from vast amounts of data, enabling them to identify patterns and abnormalities more accurately over time.
Potential Impact on Home Inspection Standards and Regulations: The increasing adoption of thermal imaging in home inspections may lead to changes in industry standards and regulations. As thermal imaging becomes a more widely accepted and integrated tool, regulatory bodies may update guidelines to include specific requirements for thermal inspections. This could further emphasize the importance of thermal imaging as a standard practice in home inspections.
Thermal imaging has emerged as a valuable tool in modern home inspections, providing insights into hidden issues that may not be apparent during visual inspections. By detecting temperature variations, thermal imaging can identify insulation deficiencies, air leaks, plumbing issues, electrical faults, and structural anomalies. Its non-invasive nature, time and cost efficiency, comprehensive assessments, and enhanced safety benefits make it an essential component of a thorough home inspection.
While thermal imaging has limitations and requires expertise for accurate interpretation, it remains a powerful tool in the hands of qualified inspectors. As technology advances, with the integration of AI and improvements in camera technology, the future of thermal imaging in home inspections holds great promise. It is likely to become an even more integral part of the industry, contributing to improved safety, energy efficiency, and informed decision-making for homeowners and buyers alike.
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Thermal Imaging for Home Inspections Explained
About Cornerstone Home Inspections:
Located in Hubertus WI, Cornerstone has been trusted by home buyers to help them make informed buying decisions. Our home inspections typically range from 2.5-3.5 hours depending on the size of the house or condo. You are invited to follow along with your inspector as they perform their inspection.
We have achieved the distinction of Certified Master Inspector as determined by the Master Inspection Certification Board. All Cornerstone Inspectors are trained to these standards and operate under a Certified Master Inspector.
Areas Served:
  1. Waukesha
  2. Menomonee Falls
  3. Germantown
  4. West Bend
  5. Hartford
  6. Pewaukee
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  8. Grafton
  9. Cedarburg
  10. Oconomowoc
  11. Watertown
Cornerstone Home Inspections include our thermal imaging of the main electrical box to add even more value to our inspections at no additional cost. Please see our thermal imaging page for more information on what thermal imaging can do.
Cornerstone follows the Wisconsin State Standards of Practice. We are fully licensed by the State of Wisconsin. State license number 2355-106.
We are fully insured, carrying both general liability as well as errors & omissions insurance, including agent and broker inspector referral coverage.
Whether you’re buying or selling a home, having a professional home inspection from a leading home inspection company will give you peace of mind and assist you in a fair and smooth transaction.
NEW VISUAL REPORTS: We now feature a computerized report that allows our inspectors to add pictures and comments to the report onsite. This type of report delivery allows for a more detailed explanation of the area of concern, giving you the knowledge to make an informed purchase decision. The computer report is then emailed directly to you and your realtor, saving precious time in the real estate transaction.
Cornerstone Home Inspections include our thermal imaging of the main electrical box to add even more value to our inspections at no additional cost. Please see our thermal imaging page for more information on what thermal imaging can do.
Cornerstone follows the Wisconsin State Standards of Practice. We are fully licensed by the State of Wisconsin. State license number 2355-106.
We are fully insured, carrying both general liability as well as errors & omissions insurance, including agent and broker inspector referral coverage.
Whether you’re buying or selling a home, having a professional home inspection from a leading home inspection company will give you peace of mind and assist you in a fair and smooth transaction.
If you have any questions regarding your house, just call and we will answer it. If we can’t answer it right away, we will find the answer for you. At Cornerstone, your total satisfaction is our number one priority.
Call us today at 262-607-CSHI to book your home inspection.
Cornerstone Home Inspection Michael Ford 262-607-2744 Hubertus, WI 53033
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Exterior View of the house through thermal imaging.
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2023.05.30 20:40 ansi09 Sphere Labs - A Deep Dive In Solana DePIN

Sphere Labs - A Deep Dive In Solana DePIN
1/ Most crypto products that people want facilitate speculation. What if there were an entire class that didn't — instead focusing on real world use cases enabled by decentralization.
A 🧵 on what @MessariCrypto calls one of the most important crypto investments of the decade.
2/ Blockchains like @Bitcoin and @ethereum have shown that it's possible to leverage tokens to incentivize the utilization of hardware to coordinate trustless human activity.
DePIN (Decentralized Physical Infrastructure Networks) is the next evolution of this innovation.
3/ At their core, protocols like @helium @Hivemapper @RenderToken @ArweaveEco and @Filecoin
utilize hardware to incentivize large-scale human activity that would otherwise not be possible.
"Show me the incentive and I'll show you the outcome."
4/ By combining hardware with tokens, these protocols can incentivize people globally to contribute to building real world infrastructure.
This is a massive unlock for the human species.
High capex has meant that typically only big players could participate.
5/ Through the new coordination mechanism of crypto, humans now have access to a new form of capital formation that is entirely native to our new communication technology — the internet.
Why is this exciting?
These evolutions have historically led to massive wealth generation.
6/ But why is DePIN better?
1️⃣ Speed
2️⃣ Cost
3️⃣ Quality
Let's examine each 👇

7/ 1️⃣ Speed
The first commercial US cellular site was built in 1983.
It took 40 years for 418,00 cellular sites to be built in the US.
Helium has 460,000 active IoT hotspots globally in 4 years.
Although they aren't isomorphic, the velocity difference is remarkable.
8/ 1️⃣ Speed (ctd.)
It took Google 12 years to map 16 million km of unique road data.
In 5 months, @Hivemapper has mapped 2 million km.
A company with <0.01% the resources of Google in 2007 is almost 4x faster because of decentralization.
9/ 2️⃣ Cost
The average cost of a cell tower in the US is $250,000.*
A SenseCAP M2 Hotspot is $150.**
Google must spend $50,000+ per Street View car per year.
A Hivemapper cam is $300.
DePIN massively reduces costs by distributing them across users.
10/ 3️⃣ Quality
Ever use Google Maps and notice it can be years out-of-date?
It’s too expensive to constantly send out cars to recapture the data.
Tokens incentivize users to contribute fresh labor at low margins.
11/ As referenced in #4, these factors can work to increase the combined output capacity and margins of existing decentralized infrastructure.
Without a central planner, latent supply is unlocked as people can contribute to the infrastructure independently.
12/ And through crypto payments, solutions like Sphere can greatly reduce friction to buy/sell this latent supply across the world.
This is particularly pertinent at distributed scale, when bigger companies or non-crypto users want to leverage the utility of this infrastructure.
13/ Given the $5 trillion market cap of legacy cloud infrastructure, $256 billion for geospatial data, $439 billion in cellular, and projected $3 trillion in IoT by 2030 alone — the potential for DePIN is massive.
14/ The current market for DePIN is about $12 billion. This means that disruption could represent an opportunity on the 100-1000x.
The question remains —
Where is the best place to build DePIN?
15/ In the last year, prominent DePIN projects have migrated to @solana.
@helium voted to migrate last fall, completing their move in April.
@RenderToken recently voted to migrate from Polygon to Solana.
16/ So why did they move?
Both cited Solana's unparalleled speed, low cost, and composability as being necessary for future growth.
Although there are impressive scientific and engineering efforts to scale other architectures, Solana is the fastest and also live — now.
17/ But isn’t Solana down all the time?
At the time of writing —
Solana has ~99.7% uptime after just 3 years of mainnet-beta.
Innovations like local fee markets also help avoid congestion so apps won’t be bogged down by other chain activity — from NFTs to $PEPE.
18/ It’s no coincidence that some of the most exciting DePIN projects are choosing to build on Solana.
🗺️ @Hivemapper, a decentralized @googlemaps
🚗 @teleportxyz, a decentralized @Uber
💾 @shadow_storage, a decentralized @Dropbox
And many more join @helium as early adopters.
19/ So, what does a world of DePIN look like?
In the words of @MessariCrypto — "our physical survival depends on the decentralization of hardware."
Centralized entities have a monopoly, and DePIN is critical to the balance "between an open internet and a global police state."
20/ Perhaps more immediately — DePIN can help create a more just and valuable world.
For example, wireless providers typically ignore rural, poorer areas.
Protocols like @helium help people who need coverage the most get access, starting a flywheel of new economic activity.
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2023.05.30 20:32 rjkmadison A not so bad battery message

I have been concerned about phone battery life while riding RAGBRAI later this summer ( I had no trouble last summer with my Pixel 5 - going sun up to sun down every day with no WiFi access.
Yesterday, we did a long ride (almost 100 miles) - marginal cell coverage in some areas and no WiFi anywhere. I started with my phone at 99% out the door, turned on "Power Saving", and returned 14 hours later with 30% left. I took lots of pictures, used Google Maps, and streamed music for an hour or so.
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2023.05.30 20:18 No_Privacy_Anymore Revised broadband coverage maps released by the FCC

This article does a very good job of summarizing the status of the maps. Pretty minor changes between version 1 and 2. No mention specifically about the Rural 5G fund as most discussion was about the BEAD funding which is much larger.
That said, this is exactly what we need to see happen. It will also be great if we can get a 5th FCC commissioner approved so additional policy decisions can be made more quickly (unless there is very broad approval things can easily get stuck with a 2-2 composition by party).

Edit: Here is a link to the program we all care about and a link to the broadband map.
Edit #2: Please be realistic in your expectations of these programs. While there is a strong desire to improve access to 4G and 5G coverage, these programs can move VERY slowly and experience all sorts of delays. Expect delays but also celebrate progress like this. Getting this mapping data was a big effort and created a 2 year + delay.
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2023.05.30 19:48 Darkislife1 SlugLoop: Loop Bus Tracking Update

Hey guys!
This post is a quick update regarding our application SlugLoop. If you haven't seen our original post yet, you can view it here.
Firstly, we're happy to announce that we've successfully fixed all the radio receivers on campus. This means we now have full coverage, ensuring you can track all loop bus routes no matter where you are at UC Santa Cruz. No more coverage gaps from Kresge to Crown!
In addition, we've managed to acquire some essential spare parts and are in the process of fixing up the buses that weren't previously showing up on our tracking system. Stay tuned, as these buses will be visible on the map soon, giving you a more accurate view of transportation options.
However, please note that the weekend buses are still untracked due to them being a different type of bus. We understand this may be a little inconvenient and we're working on a solution for this. We appreciate your patience in the meantime.
Lastly, we have implemented a more convenient metro tracking system. Now you can view both loop and metro buses on the same page, which makes it easier for students who are fine with taking either bus.
Remember, your feedback is essential to us and helps make SlugLoop better. Keep the comments coming and let's make our campus transit as efficient as possible together.
Stay tuned for more updates, and happy commuting!
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2023.05.30 19:02 EstelTurambar What have you found to be a reliable backpacking phone?

I'm going to spend the majority of this year living out of a backpack, so I am wanting to get a new phone with that in mind, and would appreciate suggestions. I don't care about camera quality, or any bells and whistles. I just need calls, text, discord, google maps, and a camera. My priorities are durability, waterproof, long battery life, and able to be both quickly charged or trickle charged. Small and lightweight is also preferable. I would prefer to have it able to work with Straight Talk, since I've had good results with their service in remote places. I'm also open to suggestions for other service providers, but I need good coverage in remote locations anywhere in the U.S. I would prefer it to be $150 or less, but I can be a bit flexible on that if I know it will last years. Any suggestions? What have you found to be a reliable backpacking phone?

Note: Some options I've looked into include the Ulefone Armor 6 and the DOOGEE rugged smartphone, but I'm unsure if they are good options, and I don't know how good their network coverage is. Looking up other posts asking about backpacking phones on reddit it seemed like the posts were all 4 or 5 years old and so were not talking about current models of phones. I would rather buy new than used.
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2023.05.30 18:56 EstelTurambar What have you found to be a reliable backpacking phone?

I am wanting to get a new phone, and would appreciate suggestions. I don't care about camera quality, or any bells and whistles. I just need calls, text, discord, google maps, and a camera. My priorities are durability, waterproof, long battery life, and able to be both quickly charged or trickle charged. Small and lightweight is also preferable. I would prefer to have it able to work with Straight Talk, since I've had good results with their service in remote places. I'm also open to suggestions for other service providers, but I need good coverage in remote locations anywhere in the U.S. I would prefer it to be $150 or less, but I can be a bit flexible on that if I know it will last years. Any suggestions? What have you found to be a reliable backpacking phone?

Note: Some options I've looked into include the Ulefone Armor 6 and the DOOGEE rugged smartphone, but I'm unsure if they are good options, and I don't know how good their network coverage is. Looking up other posts asking about backpacking phones on reddit it seemed like the posts were all 4 or 5 years old and so were not talking about current models of phones. I would rather buy new than used.
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