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Faze Clan Win 1:0 Vs Liquid

The third match of the Major has just finished.   With four confusing win streaks of five or six rounds by either team abruptly ending with another by the opposite, FaZe Clan came out on top winning both halves 8-7 and taking their first win from Liquid 16-14.   FaZe Liquid 8 8 16 Final 14 7 7 CT T T CT

Jxhn

Jxhn

 

Mousesports Wins 1:0 Vs Avangar

The second match of the Boston Major's prelims has come to a close with a swift victory by Mousesports.   AVANGAR did better than MouzSports in the second half of the match, but by then, the damage was already done.   mouz AVANGAR 9 7 16 Final 12 4 8 CT T T CT

Jxhn

Jxhn

 

Vega Squadron Wins 1:0 Vs Renegades

The first match of the Boston Major has come to a close with Vega Squadron prevailing against Renegades in an intense, butt-clenching victory.   Despite the best efforts of Renegades in their near-comeback of five rounds, Vega sealed the deal with a final score of 16-14.   Vega RNG 10 6 16 Final 14 5 9 CT T T CT

Jxhn

Jxhn

 

Bbcode Guide

I haven't seen a guide on the forums about BBCode so I decided to make one.   To access a list of options for BBCode, click the button that looks like this:   Acronyms - Allow you to put an acronym and add a description to it. Example: lol this feature is cool   Admin - Allows you to post content in a post that is only viewable by admins. Example:   This content is only available to admins Code: [admin] (Content here) [/admin]   Background Color - Changes the background color of your text. Example - what's up bishes Code - [background='(insert color here)'] (Text here) [/background]   Blog Entry Link - Allows you to easily link other's blog posts. Example - Battle for the net Code - [entry='(Entry ID)'] (Link Name) [/entry]   Blog Link - Allows you to link other's blogs. Example - JHnY HaYZ's Blog Code - [blog='(Blog ID)'](Link Name)[/blog]   Code - Allows you to place code without accidentally using BBCode. Example - // As you can see, I can put [spoiler='hey']hey again[/spoiler] tags // without the code actually fuctioning!   CollegeHumor - Allows you to embed CollegeHumor videos Example - Not gonna bother with giving the code since to my knowledge this BBCode is broken.   Extract Blog Entry - This allows people posting to their blogs to customize what shows in RSS feeds. I can't provide an example, but basically if you have something that shows you your blog's RSS feeds, use this BBCode to customize what part of the post is shown in the feed. I am not sure if this is required for it to work with the RSS feed, though. Code - [extract]Jxhn's BBCode Guide[/extract]   Facebook Like - Allows people to like stuff on Facebook (Just HG it seems) Example - Like this status I made on Facebook! Seems to only work with HG's FB page or maybe just not with statuses. Code - [LIKE](Link to Facebook Page)[/LIKE]   Horizontal Rule - Adds a horizontal rule, as it says. Code - [hr]   HTML Code - Allows you to enter HTML code. No example because I don't know HTML Code - [html](Code goes here)[/html]   Justin.tv - Twitch replacement No example because I probably shouldn't embed a random cartoon on HG Code - [twitch](Link to the video/stream here)[/twitch] Not sure if this is for a seperate website or twitch actually...   Media - Allows users to post media such as flash related stuff from lots of websites. No example. Code - [media='(Dimensions go here if it is in flash)'](URL to the media here)[/media]   Member - Quick link to a member on this website! Example - Code - [member='(Member name here)']   Multi-Page Articles - Allow users to make post that have multiple pages! (Broken) No example so I don't mess up this long post. Code - To my knowledge, you can put this code anywhere you want to create a page break (will generate buttons to navigate between pages)   Ninja - Hides text until you click a button. Example - Ayy pizza rolls Code - [ninja](Text to be masked)[/ninja]   PHP Code - Allows you to enter PHP code on a post. No example since I don't know PHP. Code - [php](PHP Code goes here)[/php]   Post Link - A link to any post on this site! Example - Current CS:GO moderators Code - [post='(Post ID here)'](Title of the link)[/post]   Spoiler - Allows you to click a button before viewing parts of a post. Example - [spoiler=It's everyday bro]With the Disney channel flowExample - [spoiler=It's everyday bro]With the Disney channel flowExample - [spoiler=It's everyday bro]With the Disney channel flow   Code - [spoiler='(Title for the spoiler, optional)'](Text to be masked)[/spoiler]   SQL Code - Allows you to enter SQL code on a post. Example - UPDATE bans SET approved = 'true', duration = '0', locked = 'true' WHERE steamid ="1:108614469' Code - [sql](SQL Code Here)[/sql]   Steam Profile - Allows you to show a Steam profile on a post Example - Code - [steamprofile](Steam ID here)[/steamprofile]   Topic Link - Allows you to create links to topics on HG forums! Example - How'd You Come Across HG? Code - [topic='(Topic ID here)'](Title for the link here)[/topic]   Twitter - A way to plug your Twitter on HG! Example - @ExpertGamerJohn Code - [twitter](Twitter username here)[/twitter]   Username - A link to a user's profile Example - Jxhn Code - [user](User's display name here)[user]   XML Code - Allows you to put XML code on a post. No example since I don't know XML. Code - [xml](XML Code here)[/xml]   Credits: SQL Example contributed by Pyrrhic XML Example contributed by Pyrrhic HTML Example contributed by Pyrrhic PHP Example contributed by imasonaz   Source: Bbcode Guide

Jxhn

Jxhn

 

On Scam Sites And Protecting Your Items

This will be a non-comprehensive list of scam websites that will steal your items Reply with other scam sites and I will add them to the list. SteamRewards
ScamAdviser Results
Rating as of 7/13/17: 54% (Take Care)
Website: steamreward.com
Domain age: 1 day (As of 7/13/17)
Owner: Albertas Moncys
Owner country: Lithuania
Website Location: USA
[*]Details: Offers the user free Steam gift cards for referring others to use the site.

Jxhn

Jxhn

 

Battle For The Net

Source - https://www.battleforthenet.com   "Comcast, Verizon and AT&T want to end net neutrality so they can charge extra fees to control what we see & do online. On July 12, we take the first step to stop them. This is a battle for the Internet's future."   Ending net neutrality can cause many issues for everybody who uses the internet. Just a few of them are: No privacy for internet users - This means that companies such as Comcast will be able to see everything you do. And yes, even your furry/anime/whatever porn you have.
The sale of speed - Companies such as Comcast could potentially create a two-tier system for internet speed, which could involve extorting websites for startups and gaming communities such as HellsGamers for money in order to run at an acceptable speed, or even charging the USERS of said websites.
To prevent this from happening, go to https://www.battleforthenet.com and send to the FCC and congress telling them to stop this!   And no, this isn't advertising.

Jxhn

Jxhn

 

How To Win Euromillions Lottery - Free Tips And Also Guidance

EuroMillions is a lottery game played throughout Europe by taking part countries, consisting of The UK, Spain, Belgium, France, Austria, Ireland, Portugal, Switzerland, and also Luxembourg. The lottery game prizes can grow to huge amounts, with the most significant, up until now, being a 110 Million Euro prize won by one ticket holder in Spain. That's $153,462,753 USD! It's not surprising that individuals want to win it. Continue reading totally free tips as well as recommendations on how you can win the EuroMillions lotto.   The major barrier to winning EuroMillions is the odds. To win the prize, you have to match 5 numbers plus 2 lucky celebrity numbers. The chances of striking all of them are an incredible 1-in-76-million. You most likely assume you have no opportunity after listening to those probabilities currently, do you? Yet there are ways of lowering the chances. For instance, allow's state you acquire 10 tickets for a particular draw. That would certainly reduce the probabilities of winning to 1-in-7.6-million. That's rather a distinction, right?   However of course, everybody recognizes that buying more tickets will certainly raise your odds of winning the EuroMillions lottery. It's just that buying even more tickets is pricey. So my best cost-free suggestions would be to join or create a lotto game swimming pool. Allow's claim that there are 10 people in your lottery game pool and each member purchases 10 tickets. That would be 100 tickets for a certain draw. Do you understand what your chances would be if you were to do this? The odds would drop to 1-in-760,000. That's a great deal much more workable compared to 1-in-176-million and that would make you a whole lot more probable to win a Euromillions online jackpot. Also splitting it 10 means wouldn't be so negative as a result of the big quantities of the rewards.   There are several, supposed, lottery pundits out there that might aim to provide you there own totally free pointers as well as recommendations on winning the EuroMillions lotto jackpot like picking all weird numbers or various other foolish strategies. However a lot of those do not function. The most effective means to win is to purchase even more tickets and the most effective method to do that is to buy the tickets via a lottery game pool.

smartwinners

smartwinners

 

Day 2 Of Mic Drop Challenge

The reason I didn't post yesterday was that I didn't have time. So here's a late post.   Yesterday was the second day of the challenge. I'm still going strong. I pressed my mic key a few times and talked, but the key was unbound so I didn't do it on voice chat.

Jxhn

Jxhn

 

Mic Drop Challenge

Today (May 20th, 2017) I was denied from becoming a member of HG. Most people who -1'd my application said that I talk too much. Because of this, I decided to do a challenge. This challenge is to go 30 days without using my microphone on any HG servers. Today is day 1. Wish me luck! I will keep this updated when I remember to.

Jxhn

Jxhn

 

Wearable Technology Field Growing

Smartphones were just the beginning of a huge industry of smart products and wearable technology. We may not have known it when they first came out, but they have become the center hub for everything in our lives. With such powerful technology at our fingertips, it just makes sense that we would start creating more products to tap into that technology and make things a little easier for us.   All started with smartwatches   The first of wearable technology to come out was the smartwatch. Intended to be a quick access to your phone that doubles as a fitness tracker, there is huge potential for growth in the segment. Many companies are experimenting with added all kinds of features to smartwatches to help make everyday life just a little easier. There are applications for businesses, parents, law enforcement, and more. Businesses can use them to keep in close contact with their employees and to quickly get out information in the event of an emergency. Parents can use them to track the location of their kids, which could be especially helpful in the event of a kidnapping. They may even potentially be used with prisoners and ex-cons on parole in order to check up on their location and monitor their use of drugs or alcohol. It is truly amazing the technology that can be put into a smartwatch and then monitored easily through smartphone apps.   Moving into glasses   The next big segment seems to be glasses. Google glasses have already been announced and tested, but they haven’t hit the market hard. They are hoping to get to the point where the glasses can record information, analyze what is being seen, and even be used to recognize names and information about people you meet. Unfortunately, they are hideous, and Google has a long way to go, but it looks like the company may be facing some tough competition.   Though it is still just a rumor, Snapchat may be looking to create its own smart glasses. Though it is anticipated this kind of product would be more of a use in social media contexts, the $16 billion company might be on to something and may even beat Google to the punch. According to Tech Crunch, it is unclear whether or not this is really the end goal for Snapchat, but it is looking like a real possibility given the company has purchased Vergence Labs, known for having created smart glasses with an embedded camera, and it has shown a lot of interest in augmented reality. Only time will tell where this is headed, but maybe it is good that Google is starting to face some real competition.   All leading back to smartphones   Of course, none of these technologies would be able to work correctly without a smartphone, which means people are going to become more dependent on smartphones than ever. Your business should be making attempts and preparations to take advantage of smartphone technology. It is easier than ever to market to customers who are constantly connected, so get on board and kick your mobile marketing plans into high gear.   Mobile Technology News brought to you by biztexter.com Source: techcrunch.com/2016/03/11/snapchat-has-a-secret-team-possibly-building-a-pair-of-smart-glasses/

AndreaWilson

AndreaWilson

 

Can Artificial Intelligence Feel Empathy?

For centuries, humans have given a lot of thought to what separates them from the animals. Though there are a lot of differences between us and animals, many argue that it is our superior reasoning abilities that truly sets us apart. In more recent years, we’ve turned our attention to what distinguishes humans from machines. In a short amount of time, artificial intelligence science has advanced so quickly that computers now seem more human than ever. The greatest obstacle in creating artificial intelligence is not creating something intelligent. The challenge is creating something that seems human. Throughout the short history of artificial intelligence science, a number of tests have been proposed that will differentiate between true artificial intelligence and a wannabe.   The Turing Test   Alan Turing, a British code breaker who inspired the movie The Imitation Game, was one of the pioneers of artificial intelligence science. He proposed a test he called the imitation game, later renamed the Turing Test, that would distinguish whether a machine could be said to be artificially intelligent. The test is simple in concept but extremely difficult to actually pass. The test works by having a machine carry on a conversation with a human acting as judge. If the human cannot distinguish a machine from a human through conversation alone (the human doesn’t get to see the machine so it doesn’t have to look human) then it is said to have passed the Turing Test.   Tricking the Turing Test   What Alan Turing couldn’t have predicted is the devious nature of computer programmers who would set out to devise a machine that could trick his test rather than embody true artificial intelligence. Only in the last couple of years have machines been able to trick human judges into believing they’re carrying on a conversation with another human. The problem with these machines is they can do one thing, and one thing only.   The Lovelace Test   Now that the Turing Test has been bested, a test proposed in 2001 by Selmer Bringsjord, Paul Bello, and David Ferrucci called the Lovelace Test is being used to distinguish man from machine. For the Lovelace Test, a human judge asks an artificially intelligence machine to create some piece of art, either a poem, story, or picture. Next the human judge gives a criterion, for example, write a poem about a cat. If a machine can follow this direction, it’s said to be sufficiently human.   What about empathy?   Recently, there has been some thought about what society really wants out of an artificially intelligent machine. It’s great if they can carry on a conversation or produce art, but what about those human emotions that set us apart from machines. In a recent panel discussion at Robotronica 2015, panelists discussed what human emotions it would be important for artificial intelligence to obtain. Empathy was first on the list. If a machine could feel empathy, humans won’t need to fear artificial intelligence as we tend to do.   Artificial Intelligence News brought to you by artificialbrilliance.com Source: phys.org/news/2015-08-human-emotions-artificial-intelligence.html

SharonneDwade

SharonneDwade

 

Mobile World Conference: First Day

The Mobile World Conference has kicked off, which means there are a lot of new and exciting technologies being announced and shown off. There are sure to be many exciting things announced in the coming days, but today there have already been some great mobile devices seen. Here is a quick rundown of the most important releases today, thanks to Computer World.   Overall, it seems like the three introduced phones are going to be aimed at very different markets. Though they will probably all see some success, it is too early to know for sure. A lot of the features haven’t been released on the phones yet, and only the Samsung Galaxy has a release date yet. Hopefully, we can get more details soon on the specs of the phones in order to figure out which ones are going to be the best purchase for consumers.   LG G5: Replaceable battery   Most phone manufacturers have switched over to batters that are incased in the phone, so you can’t switch it out and are forced to use portable battery chargers if you want to extend the longevity of your phone life. A lot of people have been upset with this as the option for replaceable battery phones has started to dwindle. Fortunately, the LG G5 battery can be replaced by slipping off the bottom part of the phone and popping it out. The bad news is the phone won’t be waterproof, which might kill the deal for a lot of mobile users.   Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge: Slight changes   Though the Galaxy phones are definitely new and improved from last year’s models, they are still showing improvements that fans are happy with. The screen sizes increase slightly to 5.1 inch diagonal with the S7 and 5.7 inch diagonal with the Edge, and the Edge will have more screen space with the rounding edge like last year’s model. The camera is improved, and overall, the phone is sleeker than before. The Micro SD tray has been added back this year, which people are very happy about, and it is again waterproof, which is another huge bonus for Galaxy fans.   HP Elite x3: All about IT   As a Windows phone the, HP Elite x3 is designed to have the ability to plug into a monitor and keyboard and run just like a full-blown computer. It has a windows operating system and a lot of potential for personalization used in businesses. This is especially helpful for businesspeople who are going to be on the run a lot and don’t want to lug around a computer when they want to hop on and do some work. The phone is also going to be waterproof and claims to be able to withstand drops up to four feet, which makes it fairly durable to hand out to employees if your business wants to run with it.     Mobile Technology News brought to you by biztexter.com   Sources: computerworld.com/article/3036120/mobile-wireless/first-look-the-lg-g5-samsung-galaxy-7-and-hp-elite-x3-premiere-at-the-mobile-world-congress.html

AndreaWilson

AndreaWilson

 

Super Mario Bros: The Ultimate Artificial Intelligence Test

If you were to make a list of the greatest video games ever made, the original Super Mario Bros. made for the Nintendo System would have to be towards the top of that list. Thanks to original game mechanics and challenging level designs, Super Mario Bros. was an instant classic and remains popular today—30 years later. But retro-gaming enthusiasts aren’t the only ones still playing Super Mario Bros. As it turns out, the classic video game is a huge hit with artificial intelligence developers. That’s because they often use the video game to test the intelligence of their systems.   How the test works   Artificial intelligence researchers use Super Mario Bros. to test AI in a couple of different ways. The first is that they attempt to program an AI system to successfully beat the game from beginning to end. To do this, the AI system needs to learn the nuances of the game in order to time jumps perfectly, avoid enemies, and successfully reach the end of each level before time expires. From 2009 to 2012, AI researchers even held a Mario AI competition to where competitors tried to design AI that could complete the game in the fastest time. AI researchers are also programming artificial intelligence to design playable levels that will provide players with a challenge without being too difficult. Researchers believe that artificial intelligence may soon be used to assist humans with level design.   Why Super Mario Bros.   You may be wondering, out of all the ways to test an AI system, why use a video game. As it turns out, video games are an ideal way to test artificial intelligence because they require the use of logic, creativity, situational awareness, and decision-making skills to successfully beat the game. All of these skills are necessary in the quest for true artificial intelligence. But of the tens of thousands of video games to choose from, why Super Mario Bros.? AI researchers cite two primary reasons: first, they just love to play the game like the rest of us and second, the classic platformer game’s perfect mix of complexity and simplicity combined with finely-tuned mechanics make it an ideal game for artificial intelligence testing.   While early AI systems used Atari games for testing, it’s too simplistic today thanks to advancements in artificial intelligence. But side-scrolling games like Super Mario Bros. present a bit more of a challenge because a good percentage of the level design can’t be observed by AI at any given time.     Artificial Intelligence News brought to you by artificialbrilliance.com Source: motherboard.vice.com/read/why-artificial-intelligence-researchers-love-super-mario-bros

SharonneDwade

SharonneDwade

 

The First Blog Post Of Many! As We Look Forward To The Next Update...

Jailbreakers rejoice! Your potato lord is among you pagans that refuse to believe in the rebellious nature of our cause! Aside from the jokes, welcome to the very first blog post! Hopefully this will provide the format that the rest will follow! So let's get down to business and show you what I've personally been working on, my thoughts on certain issues among other things:   Upcoming update   A lot will be coming into the next update. Hoping that I can at least fulfill most of what I promised in the last CS:GO fireside chat, I've given myself a good amount of time to get things right without having a lot of "oh whoops" moments as we discover that I may have left one too many bugs in. To this end, while the development of the last update to bring the map out of the beta, the CS:GO JB development team size has increased from 1 to 2, with the help of PureMindless. So now you can spam him with all the problems that the map has instead :^). I do want to take this time to thank him for helping me out when I most needed the help. It dug my arse out of the hole I fell into and basically finally brought the map out of the beta it had been in for the longest time.   Texture and Model Overhaul   With the release of the proper map to our server, it allowed me time to sit down and take a look at bringing forward problems that lagged behind on a personal level. One of these problems for me specifically was the texture pallet that some of the areas used. Main cells was the biggest area of these, and quite honestly was an area I never liked the texturing for as it reminded me too much of the very old CSS Jailbreak map that had very dull texturing. When the Newke dropped in the latest Operation, I decided it was time to take another look at the old textures the map still has and took a pass at it. With the nice lighting that is now in CSGO, it should provide a nice picture for you :         Along with this, the models will also be brought forward in time, starting with the main cells. The props in the cells were old, hard to work with and took up more space within the packed map (since they had to be packed as they were not native to the CSGO HL2 partition) and so they have now been replaced with new, nice to look at models :     This coinciding with the texture overhaul will hopefully breathe a new, improved and 2.0 experience that everyone (including me) wants to play in.   Deathrun and Slide   Unfortunately, while we don't have pictures as of yet of any WIP, I can confirm I will be working on Slide (after promising it'll be in JB since go_14) while PureMindless is taking Deathrun head on. For Deathrun, we're hoping to have a short yet intense experience where there are more trap real estate per measurable distance. For slide, we will most likely have a kill switch so if a lead CT decides, the barriers on slide instead of teleporting you back to the start will kill you, giving you an adrenaline rush while you slip to your death.   Alternate Obs Courses   This for me is the most interesting portion of the upcoming update, as it brings the oldest element of Jailbreak up to speed with the rest of the prison by giving it two new courses with a new course being added every major update. In other words, this update will allow lead CT's to choose what course they want T's to complete for Obs, which will be between the Classic Obs and two new Obs courses. Cool beans!   That's all I have for this first blog post. It may not be much, but I hope you do appreciate it!   Until we !fire Suicide again,   - SKay

->SK<-

->SK<-

 

Day Juan

Sorry for not posting daily like I said I would but here it goes. Today I decided to continue learning to code for SM. Shoutout to Icon for the help fam. Other than that I hadn't really touched Jailbreak in the past few days for more than a few rounds. I did however have an odd dream which I included in a post conveniently posted the same day that I both remember my dream and hate it lol. Besides coding and Jailbreak I spent an increased amount of time in Minigames for once which was a mistake as every 10 seconds I was asked to re-add Fuster Cluck which I do not want to do (yay Minigames). I should probably beat more games now since I have summer vacation, like FarCry 4 and the Bioshock series (already beat Infinite and am working on game 1). Also need to beat Dragon Age Inquisition as it is an amazing game, other than that there isn't much to say. Hope you guys had a good weekend, now its time to not starve along with Huejay, MizzMadelyne, and blue.

ImBurnt916

ImBurnt916

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