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Last active Feb 1, 2019
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Last active Aug 14, 2018
#MLBerlin - Communication and deaf track

How might we?

Standard and Guidelines

In this cluster we are talking about design principles and guidelines for anything from products to spaces to ads

we have mentioned already airport scenario, a lot of culture is visual and ads make visual space polluted and idea of algorithm device to work out accessible value.

a design system to help people more easily get into the mentality for design for and with deaf people



Too often we don’t know what to say to a person in grief, so we offer a cliché to minimize the loss. Too often we can’t stand to witness another person’s pain, so we offer a cliché to hurry the grief process. What may be a healing insight for the survivor is often an empty platitude when dispensed by others. Instead, give your presence, give your patience, and allow the griever to find his or her own path.

There are simple ways to respond that show the person you care and will be there to support them.

What to Say:

  • I'm sorry for your loss.
  • Is there any specific way I can help you right now? (Make specific suggestions, like picking up the kids, cutting the grass, etc.)
harperreed /
Created Feb 17, 2018
EMFIT QS Sleep tracker location API


There is a functional http server running on the device that can be crawled for realtime data. It runs on port 80 and uses plain http.

You will need to know the IP address if your emfit device.


For demoing / testing with a web browser there is an auto-refreshing page that contains only HR and RR values, it’s name is shortdvm.htm

harperreed /
Created Dec 19, 2017
How to smoke using the chubby smoker

Using the Chubby Smoker

(as interpreted by Harper Reed through numerous videos)

Required items

  • Meat
  • High Heat gloves
  • Digital BBQ Thermometer
  • Charcoal Chimney
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Verifying my Blockstack ID is secured with the address 1EoTZq7CTpaYYL9cnRF9gCNfqDHTQC4oix
harperreed / docker-compose.yml
Created Oct 20, 2017
Plex docker-compose.yml with CPU and plexpass
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version: '2'
container_name: plex
image: plexinc/pms-docker:plexpass
restart: unless-stopped
- TZ=America/Chicago
network_mode: host
harperreed / docker-compose.yml
Created Oct 20, 2017
PlexPy docker compose
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image: "dbarton/plexpy"
container_name: "plexpy"
- /data/plex/config:/datadir
- "8181:8181"
restart: unless-stopped
import os
import shutil
for filename in os.listdir("."):
if filename.startswith("r."):
#os.rename(filename, filename[7:])
exp = filename.split(".")
exp[1] = str(int(exp[1])+20)
newfilename = ".".join(exp)
harperreed /
Last active Sep 8, 2019 — forked from mushroomhostage/gist:3807487 - shift Minecraft region files (.mca) to combine multiple worlds into one
# - shift Minecraft region files (.mca) by a fixed number of regions
# Useful to combine multiple worlds into one world, with a region-level granularity
# You can't simply rename the r.#.#.mca files, because they contain embedded location
# information (which will cause "relocating" errors). This script fixes that.
# To use:
# 1. rename each r.<x>.<z>.mca adding 20 (or whatever needed to avoid overlap) to each <x>
# 2. edit the variables below appropriately to match your setup
# 3. run this script
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