"This is Tyler and Chad's laps," Miller said, walking us through the data. He highlighted Tyler's lap in a particular section of the track. "If you look at segment times this looks like a better brake release and better run, but we can pull up a GPS overlay and you'll see where Tyler ended up was four wheels over the curbing and 'well, maybe we can't do that [in the race]' but now when we go to a drivers meeting and talk about it, it's like 'You can do that as long as it's a [corner] exit and there's pavement there you can use it.' Now we're rethinking what's going to go be good for our car in the race." … [Read more...] about Digging into the data: How to make a faster race car driver
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When you break down the numbers, Aamodt told LiveScience, that profile accounts for less than one in five serial killers. In research presented in 2007 at a Society for Police and Criminal Psychology meeting in Massachusetts, Aamodt and his co-authors found that of the killers in their database, 90 percent were male and 74 percent were white. But when all of the demographic variables were combined, only about 18 percent of killers were white males in their mid-to-late 20s. … [Read more...] about Long Island Serial Killer: What Makes Murderers Tick?
What Is Private Browsing Mode? Before we get to the meat of things, let’s first define what we mean by “private” or “incognito” mode. This feature first appeared in Apple’s Safari browser in 2005. It didn’t take long for rival browser vendors, like Google and Mozilla, to follow suit. Soon, it became a standard component for any web browser worth its salt. … [Read more...] about Does Private or Incognito Mode Make Web Browsing Anonymous?
Robinson said the use of GIS data has evolved almost weekly starting with cases, daily COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations and morphing to field models and tracking staff. "Our use of GIS has promoted the value of location intelligence to our other organizations," said Robinson. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 pandemic making GIS data an enterprise analytics staple
"If you close your Mac notebook with a camera cover installed, you might damage your display because the clearance between the display and keyboard is designed to very tight tolerances. Covering the built-in camera might also interfere with the ambient light sensor and prevent features like automatic brightness and True Tone from working." … [Read more...] about The real reason Apple is warning users about MacBook camera covers