LaTeX TikZ Periodic table

LaTeX TikZ Periodic table About six months ago.  I found a really nice Periodic table of the Elements ( PTOE ) created using LaTeX and TikZ on http://www.texample.net/. This however, due to the pace of developments within chemistry was incomplete.   I have since used Overleaf to both edit and update this so the table is…

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Public Keys and e-mail

  If you use tools such as GNU Privacy Guard to sign and or encrypt e-mail then you have the facility in Thunderbird, with the Enigmail extension to attach your public key (.asc file) to your e-mails.   This is found as an option within the e-mail compose window. Enigmail Menu — > attach My Public…

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ToriOS Manual v2 – 1

More updates to the ToriOS manual.  Starting to add information on the various applications that come with the Operating System and also update and maintain other parts of the manual. Help with this and documentation for free software generally is always welcome. https://github.com/zleap/ToriosManualv21 forks.1 stars.0 open issues.Recent commits: README.md updated from https://stackedit.io/, Paul Sutton add…

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ToriOS Manual v2

  I spent a few hours last night (12/1/2018) re-writing the ToriOS manual in LaTeX using Overleaf.   This is and important step forward.  ToriOS is now based purely on Debian, due to the continuing support for older systems. This has gone well.   Overleaf allows projects to be downloaded the project (zip file) and the pdf…

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CodeClub Paignton – Update

  Just a quick update. I will hopefully running the Paignton Code Club from 15th September 2018. I am NOT taking over on a permanent basis,   but want to keep the club running until the group leader is able to take over and carry on.  I can then go back to just helping out…

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More Google and Privacy problems

If you are still using google for e-mail, then you should read the recent article disclosing that 3rd parties may be able to read PRIVATE e-mail,   the fact that this is NOT against their policies is rather worrying. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-44699263 If you want real privacy, then perhaps it is time to dump Google,  if you need…

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