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Before they can really resolve the tension, Picard is whisked away on an adventure. But this scene sets the stage for the principal theme of Star Trek: Picard S2E1: what do we do with the time we are given. Every step Picard takes is layered with both regret and determination. He had to be the person he became, and otherwise, we never would have had the great Captain from Star Trek: The Next Generation nor the elder statesman of this show. Now Picard has to figure out who he was meant to be, and discovering if he can open himself to love is part of that.
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After picking up Jurati, Rios has the Star Gazer investigate an anomaly. Anomalies have always been bad in Star Trek, and always will be, so this does not go well. The anomaly has drawn the attention of Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) who is now using La Sirena in her continued efforts to help the other former Borg. It turns out the anomaly is sending a message asking for assistance from Picard, which is how everyone winds up together for that climactic battle that was the opening scene of Star Trek: Picard S2E1.
Welcome to the 11th edition of the AWS Serverless ICYMI (in case you missed it) quarterly recap. Every quarter, we share all of the most recent product launches, feature enhancements, blog posts, webinars, Twitch live streams, and other interesting things that you might have missed!
There were three different scenes where there was evidence that everything happening right now is just part of Ford's new narrative. Dolores tells the people she's about to hang that she has a new role; herself. This does not mean she is no longer working off a script. Her conversation with Teddy later also hints that they still don't have a choice in what they are doing. Finally, the boy Robert host tells William that "now, you're in my game. And in this game, you have to make it back out [of the Maze], you have to find the door. Congratulations, William, this game is for you. The game begins where you end, ends where you began...Everything is code here William, you know that more than anyone"
Brendan Cleary, CEO of Cellusys, has spent his entire career enhancing the security that surrounds network signals protocols like SS7 and Diameter. Brendan explains how vulnerabilities are exploited by criminals and other bad actors to steal money and engage in espionage, and why there are still very many networks that have not hardened security by implementing firewalls.
Kerry Evans of BT and Jayaprakash Devaraj of Vodafone Qatar walk through the RAG Leakage Coverage Study under the expert supervision of Geoff Ibbett, consultant at Symmetry Solutions and creator of the RAG Leakage Catalogue. They compare their experience of monitoring and measuring all 25 categories of leakage, providing many rapid-fire observations about the challenges they have faced and the controls they have implemented.
Bartek Bukowski, Governance and Insights Manager at BT, talks about the challenge of performing a thorough root cause analysis (RCA) and then ensuring issues do not recur. There are plenty of methods that have been developed to pursue RCA, but what sounds good in theory can be difficult to deliver in practice.
Author and analyst Edward Finegold examines the risks around digital identity, as more of who we are, and what we own, is maintained online. Who is liable when an account is hijacked or an interruption of services affects revenues? Recent events have intensified demands for legal change, but providers already face tough moral decisions.
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Back in Whitehall we see that a new Home Secretary has been appointed (no doubt because his predecessor authorised the shooting of a journalist) and quickly rush into a COBR meeting (see this blog on COBR vs COBRA). Weirdly, despite a significant national emergency last year, there seems to have been no investment in the facilities. In reality, Downing Street recently spent 2.6m on a Comms Facility which they then decided not to use.
It seems that the explosion in the episode was caused by an earthquake rather than a detonation of the cargo on the ship, but the cargo may have been destabilised making the evacuation of the town even more pressing.
The krayt dragon pearl has a bigger presence in Star Wars Legends, being featured in the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Star Wars: The Old Republic video games. Revan, a key Legends figure, is said to have owned one of these pearls.
The awards begin with Michael attempting to perform a rap, but he can't keep up with the lyrics. Oscars sums up the Dundies "as like a kid's birthday party, where there's nothing for you to do, but the kid's having a good time." As everyone prepares to order, Michael tells them they have to pay for their meals and drinks. Michael's jokes fall flat; Dwight's contributions also are not helpful. Darryl and Roy, concluding that the awards are lame, leave early, taking Pam with them. In the parking lot, Pam and Roy have an argument, and Pam returns to the awards show, just in time for Michael's caricature of a Chinese man named Ping.
This is actually a refreshing development for Diego, but already feels like a missed opportunity. Seeing Diego come to grips with his new surroundings whilst being psychoanalyzed could have created some great story fodder for at least a few episodes before he actually needed to join his siblings to save the world.
6 So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live your lives in him,7 rooted and built up in him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness.8 See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the elemental spiritual forces of this world rather than on Christ.9 For in Christ all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily form,10 and in Christ you have been brought to fullness. He is the head over every power and authority.
Stan expresses glee that things are finally going his way, with the townspeople loving him and "the Gideon smell" out of the carpet. Dipper asks for his journal back, and Stan lies that it was "too boring" to finish (though he is shown to have made copies of the pages). Though skeptical that his uncle would give up the book that quickly, he drops it and whisks Mabel off to their room. There, Dipper tells her that he is worried about not being able to crack the mysteries of the town before summer's end, and Mabel assures him that there is nothing left to uncover, but if there is, "Lord Mystery Ham" will find it.
Downstairs, Soos spots a government vehicle, prompting Stan to close the gift shop and have every tourist leave. When Agents Powers and Trigger arrive on the scene, Stan tries to steer them away and even bribe them. Dipper however excitedly greets the operatives, telling them about the journal and suggesting they work together, Powers gives him his card. Stan discredits his nephew and tells the agents the boy has an overactive imagination, prompting the officers to leave, taking Stan bobble-heads with them as "evidence." Stan proceeds to confiscate Powers' card and tells Dipper to do "normal kid stuff." Dipper is disappointed at losing his one chance at getting help with the mysteries of the town, and Mabel tries to cheer him up by reminding him of the party that night.
As the Pines family, Soos and Wendy set up the party, Mabel is overjoyed that the confetti cannon is working and that the karaoke machine has some of her favorite songs. Stan tries to get out of the planned family number by saying his voice is terrible, but Mabel reassures him that one does not need to have a good voice. While Dipper and Wendy play with a black light poster, Dipper vents about losing his opportunity to Wendy, who tells him the card is likely in Stan's room. She encourages him to try and retrieve it, with her help. They sneak off as guests begin to arrive.
As Dipper riffles through Journal 3, horrified that it doesn't have a solution for their current situation, he happens to stand over a black light; Mabel notices that new text becomes visible, and it is discovered that the author began writing over the entries with invisible ink. The invisible text reveals that zombies can be defeated by shattering their skulls with a three-part harmony, and Mabel points out that a karaoke number is the perfect solution. The three climb onto the roof, where Mabel introduces the three as "Love Patrol Alpha", with the noise luring all the zombies (except Soos, who remained in the living room entranced by a TV show) out into the yard. She, along with a less-than-happy Dipper and Stan, begin singing "Taking Over Midnight" together. They become excited when the three-part harmony makes more and more zombie heads explode, and as the sun rises, and Mabel hits the last zombie with the confetti cannon, the Pines family stands triumphant over a field of zombie parts.
Back inside the trashed Mystery Shack, Dipper apologizes for the trouble he caused, but Mabel says he has nothing to worry about, as she greatly enjoyed the number they performed. Stan agrees to let Dipper keep the journal for self-defense purposes, so long as he does not go looking for trouble, and in return promises his nephew that he has no more "bombshell secrets"; both he and Dipper cross their fingers behind their backs, however. Stan remarks that they have a lot of cleaning up to do and inquires about his handyman, just as a still zombified Soos ambles into the den chanting "brains!" Stan tries to attack him, but Dipper stops him, having found a cure involving "a lot of formaldehyde and cinnamon." The twins push Soos into the kitchen with a chair, and Dipper expresses excitement at the idea of exploring more secrets with his new-found knowledge of the secret text in the journal. 041b061a72