Ubuntu is one of the popular platforms for running Linux, but Linux as always, if you are not well versed with computing, follows complications.
Autodesk Maya is a 3D animation and modelling software which most artists use today in industries for educational purposes as well as freelancing (and amateurs).
In this post, I won’t be covering installation of Maya, but will talk about running it after you install the program.
When you run the program by either hitting the icon or manually by typing sudo maya, you will be asked to activate the product before running it first. In this case, you would normally activate it directly only to find yourself in a state of confusion when you learn that Maya cannot be activated even after entering the correct product and serial keys.
This situation affects more when the trial period for the software has run out.
But thanks to Google and it’s research allowing the end users to exploit this specific vulnerability of servers: POODLE
For Autodesk products, this hotfix can be downloaded from the following webpage:
Did you know for a fun fact that the most common breakfast to consume are cereals! Well, don’t look at me, I have just read it from ShakeUpYourWakeup.com‘s Breakfast Facts page. It sounds very common, doesn’t it? Probably not everywhere across the globe, but I believe cereals are the best way to start your day especially if you’re a student. But I think it is great for anybody.
So, after years of having cereals for breakfast, I decided to make some changes of my own. Being independent has encouraged me to try almost anything, wacky, lame or not.
I have introduced to myself and a few people I know, my so-called ‘combined morning cereal’ recipes.
I have found it to be quite filling and energetic that even a light lunch would be sufficient to help me sustain the required vividness for the day.
That being said, I am going to introduce you to three of my simple combined cereal recipes:
Alright, so for those who are business professionals or even anybody familiar with the term ‘opportunity cost’, according to Investopedia.com, “An opportunity cost is the cost of an alternative that must be forgone in order to pursue a certain action. Put another way, the benefits you could have received by taking an alternative action.”
This doesn’t necessarily have to relate to the business area. It could be applicable on daily life situations. For example, the best way applied to myself, is in fact, my part time job as a shift manager. I work at a convenience store; not the cleverest job you may think, but for an undergrad, that means a lot.
The opportunity cost of this decision was something big enough for any ordinary student to crave for: time.
Students at a university don’t always want to spend the little available time doing work. They would expect to go out, pursue a hobby, etc.
My parents didn’t really want me to do a job either, especially considering the time I get back home, which is about half eleven at night. But is it worth it?
I recently came across the Youtube Videos of Robin Sharma, a Canadian Writer and Leadership Expert as it came upon my recommendation list after watching loads of videos by another inspirational speaker named Brendon Burchard.
So according to Robin, getting up at 5am is the best appropriate time as everyone is sleeping, you get into the mood of getting the important things done before the world wakes up. This not only gets you enthusiastic about the day, but also makes you feel proud of your achievements. It puts a smile on your face for the rest of the day as you will have accomplished tasks before the end of dawn.
But here comes a crucial part: the 20-20-20 Rule. This, according to Robin is a technique to boost-start the day just after you get out of bed. Each ’20’ represents 20 minutes, so the three 20’s make 60 minutes or simply an hour. It works like this:
Last afternoon, I was taking a bus to work. I usually take the bus 301 so I can be discounted for the return travel, but the sight of an empty bus 653 totally tempted me to get into haste of catching that bus. The fare to where I had intended to go (Welwyn Garden City) was just a quid for a single ride. Ha, here goes the fun part. I had just got out ten quid from the cash machine near the garage and the only amount I had in coins was 55p. It’s usually not a big deal, but for me it was, because whenever I got into a bus with a tenner, which is what I do most of the times, I end up getting the bus drivers frustrated. It’s also a lesson I always tend to ignore from my caring, yet annoying girlfriend (Haha, hope she doesn’t read it): ‘Always Read More