Kryptomachime.com Review

Kryptomachime.com Review

Kryptomachime.com Review

Hi hello every one
Ola bom dia a todos

Today i am come to make a review of Some BTC Websites

My favorite websites and in fact this first 2 websites they are the best of btc websites
They real pay with out any delay i work with them for more than 10 years
and they never faild with any payment
1 https://freebitco.in
2 https://freedoge.co.in

they never faild with any payment

3 Kryptomachine.com/ in fact this website its a fake website
they are not pay
what they do?
well after to work for a few days and archive 6 referrals from all my websites
you need 5 to request payment but imagine for you to request they payment you need
to subscribe to 2 offers to receive your money and the subscrition its payd so boosted
do not lose your time with them they will not pay any body
The offers you need to give your phone number but then you will have a problem
after to unsubscribe and you will pay some money every weeks .

i hope you will not lose time with the website Kryptomachine its a fake website
i recommend the 2 first websites i will let my referrals links in the descrition
see you next video

https://freebitco.in/?r=762351
http://freedoge.co.in/?r=78708

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Registrant Org WhoisGuard, Inc. was found in ~5,772,415 other domains
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Website Title   KryptoMachine – free BitCoins for inviting friends!
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This trans artist turned his awkward moments into a painfully honest web comic.

This trans artist turned his awkward moments into a painfully honest web comic.

Man Time” is a comic about life as a trans man, by a trans man, and it’s awesome.

After noodling on a few ideas for a web comic about coming out and living as a trans man, Sam, a 26-year-old designer and artist from New Jersey decided to bring a few to life. Sam himself came out as a transgender man about seven years ago.

“I had a few funny ideas one day and figured I should at least give it a try and see if anyone liked them,” Sam writes in an e-mail interview.

Spoiler alert: They did.

All comics by Sam for “Man Time,” used with permission.

The cartoons are comic relief and a welcome break from what can be a very stressful transition.

“Our families or friends might not be supportive, we might be having trouble with the medical side of transitioning, and we hear rude jokes about trans people when we least expect it,” Sam writes. “All of that takes a toll on you, and it’s easy to get depressed.”

That’s why Sam created “Man Time” — to laugh, commiserate, and connect with other people going through the exact same thing.

“I think that one of the most important things in life is to be able to laugh,” he writes. “Sharing stories and laughing together is the best way to make friends and build a community.”

Sam’s community has grown considerably as “Man Time” has more than 10,000 followers on Tumblr. Not bad for its first nine months.

Laugh along and get some insight into the lives of a few trans men through Sam’s characters in five more of his favorite pieces.

1. Coming out can be nerve-wracking,  especially to friends and family.

2. Though sometimes, it seems like they knew all along.

3. Transitioning isn’t something that happens overnight. There’s often a new name and pronouns.

4. And sometimes new hormones too.

5. But each change, medical or not, takes serious courage.

While “Man Time” may focus on the experiences of trans men, everyone can appreciate its sincerity, heart, and humor.

Supporting, reading, listening to, and watching content by transgender creators is a good way to get a greater understanding of what it’s like to be trans. It’s also one of the many ways you can stand with trans and non-binary people during what’s been a really scary and challenging time.

So as Sam suggests, take a minute to laugh. What better way to connect, build community, and celebrate our diversity and our common ground?

Note: Sam requested not to use his last name in this piece, and we obliged. We respect his privacy and thank him for sharing his work with us.


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Behind the viral push to save one of the most inclusive shows on TV.

Behind the viral push to save one of the most inclusive shows on TV.

If Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher can do it, so can Hollywood’s biggest names.

The good news: A really funny, awesomely diverse sitcom wrapped up work on its second season. The bad news: You might never get to see it.

Any Seeso subscribers in the house? Likely not, and that’s kind of what’s causing this predicament. On Wednesday, the NBCUniversal-backed comedy streaming service announced plans to shut down after about a year and a half in operation.

It’s sad news, too, because Seeso was home to “Take My Wife,” a critically acclaimed sitcom from IRL married duo Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher. The show follows the slightly fictionalized lives of Esposito and Butcher as they try to find personal and professional success. The premise — comedians just trying to make it in the real world — is well-worn territory, but you’ve almost certainly never seen it done like this.

The show’s second season recently finished filming, but with Seeso calling it quits, there’s no telling if and when it will ever air.

It’s an important show, and it’s absolutely worth saving.

In case “Take My Wife” never finds a home (hopefully it will), Esposito tweeted a few important stats about the second season’s production — specifically, the demographics of the cast and crew.

She urged followers to retweet her original post and help spread the message using the #TakeMyWife hashtag.

People of color, women, and members of the LGBTQ community are under-represented both in front of and behind the camera. “Take My Wife” set out to change that.

A report from the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA looked at 200 top-grossing films and more than 1,200 TV shows between 2014 and 2015 and found that women and people of color were underrepresented on screen and in production. GLAAD ran a similar analysis with similar results about the role of LGBTQ people in entertainment media.

Photo by Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images for Los Angeles LGBT Center.

With “Take My Wife,” Esposito and Butcher made a concerted effort to involve members of historically underrepresented communities in the show’s production. They hope this proof of concept sends a message to Hollywood execs — but if there’s hope of persuading industry power players to change how they cast and hire, it probably helps if, you know, the finished product actually airs somewhere.

Creating a world where people can see themselves in the media they consume has an effect beyond just this show.

Riley Silverman, a trans comic from Los Angeles, landed a role on “Take My Wife.” In a series of tweets, she nailed why diverse, representative media is important.

More than just characters on a screen, representation is about not feeling alone in the world. “It would have meant the world to me to see myself represented,” Silverman says via Twitter direct message. “We didn’t talk about any of this stuff when I was a kid so I spent years of my life thinking I was just broken. The first time I heard anything trans related was as a punchline in a Cracked magazine parody of Batman, and yet it still made me realize there were others like me out there and I wasn’t alone. And maybe I would be okay.”

Pop stars Tegan and Sara, who appeared in the “Take My Wife” holiday special, tweeted, “I wonder what my life would have looked like if I’d seen thoughtful + positive #LGBTQ representation on TV when I was young.”

A handful of the show’s writers and actors got in on the action, heaping praise on Esposito and Butcher’s work and support…

…as did the show’s fans, celebrities, and media figures, bringing the #TakeMyWife hashtag to Twitter’s list of trending topics.

Travis McElroy of “My Brother, My Brother and Me” (which was also on Seeso and has been saved by a different streaming platform), joined the fight.

Hopefully, a network or streaming provider will realize that there’s a really great show ready for the world to see and give it the audience it truly deserves. You can get involved in the push to save the show by tweeting using the #TakeMyWife hashtag.


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WordPress: Super useful WP-config tips

WordPress: Super useful WP-config tips

WordPress: Super useful WP-config tips

The wp-config.php file is the heart of your WordPress website, where you can define a wide variety of options to control how your WordPress install works. Today, I’m sharing with you a list of super easy tips to take more control of your site using wp-config.php.

Keeping your database and site size small

On large websites, keeping your database small in size can be a challenge. WordPress tends to store a lot of data in your db, like transients or post revisions.

You can easily limit post revisions to a number of your choice (3 in this example) by adding the following in your wp-config.php file:

define('WP_POST_REVISIONS', 3);

If you don’t feel like using the post revision feature at all, you can simply disable it:

define( 'WP_POST_REVISIONS', false );

Also, WordPress stores in the database posts, pages, attachments and comments which have been moved to trash. You can control the number of days it will stay in the trash before being completely deleted. The default is set to 30, but I’ve set it to 1 in this example.

define( 'EMPTY_TRASH_DAYS', 1 );

By default, WordPress creates a new set of images every time you edit an image and when you restore the original, it leaves all the edits on the server. Defining IMAGE_EDIT_OVERWRITE as true changes this behavior.

define( 'IMAGE_EDIT_OVERWRITE', true );

Security

If your web hosting plan supports SSL, you should definitely use that feature to add an extra layer of security to your site. Via wp-config.php, WordPress makes it easy to force SSL logins:

define('FORCE_SSL_LOGIN', true);

And same goes with the admin area of your site:

define('FORCE_SSL_ADMIN', true);

Secret keys are making your site harder to hack by adding random elements to the password. There are currently 4 secret keys and 4 salts that can be defined. To generate unique and secure secret keys, just use this handy generator. Don’t use those below!

define( 'AUTH_KEY',         't`DK%X:oxy|e-Z(BXb/f(Ur`8#~UzUQG-^_Cs_GHs5U-&Wb?pgn^p8(2@}IcnCa|' );
define( 'SECURE_AUTH_KEY',  'D&ovlU#|CvJ##uNq}bel+^MFtT&.b9{UvR]g%ixsXhGlRJ7q!h}XWdEC[BOKXssj' );
define( 'LOGGED_IN_KEY',    'MGKi8Br(&{H*~&0s;{k0tS(O:+f#WM+q|npJ-+P;RDKT:~jrmgj#/-,[hOBk!ry^' );
define( 'NONCE_KEY',        'FIsAsXJKL5ZlQo)iD-pt??eUbdc{_Cn)4!d~yqz))&B D?AwK%)+)F2aNwI|siOe' );
define( 'AUTH_SALT',        '7T-!^i!0,w)L#JK@pc2{8XE[DenYI^BVf{L:jvF,hf}zBf883td6D;Vcy8,S)-&G' );
define( 'SECURE_AUTH_SALT', 'I6`V|mDZq21-J|ihb u^q0F }F_NUcy`l,=obGtq*p#Ybe4a31R,r=|n#=]@]c #' );
define( 'LOGGED_IN_SALT',   'wu$4c$Hmd%/*]`Oom_(hdXW|0M=X={we6;Mpvtg+V.ol$|#_}qG(GaVDEsn,~*4i' );
define( 'NONCE_SALT',       'a|#h{c5|P &xWs4IZ20c2&%4!c(/uG}W:mAvyjI44`jAbup]t=]V7`}.py(wTP%%' );

For client sites

When using WordPress to build a site for a client, a developer is almost all the time concerned that the client won’t do something stupid to the site, requiring a lot of maintenance.

One common thing is a client trying to edit one of the site php files and ending up deleting something important, causing the website to be unavailable. You can actually prevent this to happen by disabling the built-in files editor in wp-config.php:

define('DISALLOW_FILE_EDIT', true);

Another “classic” client mistake is to never update the WordPress core, which leads to potential security breaches. You can force WordPress to update itself automatically by using the WP_AUTO_UPDATE_COREconstant in your wp-config.php file.

define('WP_AUTO_UPDATE_CORE', true);

FTP

If your WordPress install prompts you to fill in your FTP credentials each time you need to update a plugin, you can actually save a lot of time by using wp-config.php to memorize it. The three constants below will tell WordPress what are your FTP host, username and password. That way, you won’t have to submit the info each time.

define('FTP_HOST', 'ftp.yoursite.com');
define('FTP_USER', 'Your_FTP_Username');
define('FTP_PASS', 'Your_FTP_password');

Most quality hosting companies provide SSL to their clients. If your host does, make sure you turn SSL FTP connections on for some extra security.

define('FTP_SSL', true);

Debugging

When your website is unavailable or behaves strangely, you can make your maintenance work way easier by using wp-config.php and the debugging constants.

Enabling WP_DEBUG will cause all PHP errors, notices and warnings to be displayed.

define('WP_DEBUG', true);

As errors will be displayed on the site and accessible to visitors, a way more elegant way to debug is to use a log. Doing so in WordPress is easy: Once you have set WP_DEBUG to true, you can use WP_DEBUG_LOG, a constant that will make WordPress send all PHP errors and warning into a log located in your wp-content directory.

define( 'WP_DEBUG_LOG', true );

If your database is broken, you can actually repair it easily by accessing the script located at /wp-admin/maint/repair.php after setting WP_ALLOW_REPAIR to true:

define( 'WP_ALLOW_REPAIR', true );

Please note that those constants are intended to be used only when debugging a site. Once you found and fixed the problem, remember to set the values to false!

Performance

The wp-config.php file allows some tweaking to ensure a better performance by WordPress. One thing to start with is to increase the maximum memory allocated. Please note that this won’t work if your hosting provider limits the memory, which is often the case on shared hosting.
If you’re looking for a quality web host, I recommend VidahostWP Engine or InMotion Hosting.

define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '96M');

You can also allow even more memory to administrative tasks (which requires more memory than just browsing the blog):

define( 'WP_MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M' );

WordPress has a built-in caching system, located in wp-content/advanced-cache.php. It can be activated using the WP_CACHE constant:

define( 'WP_CACHE', true );

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After school program – recreational vs. educational

After school program – recreational vs. educational

After school program – recreational vs. educational

So, your child is beginning to get restless and make you restless. He has got more time than is good for him, and you are now considering after school programs – anything that will keep him busy for a few life-saving hours! Most after school activities can be broadly classified into three – recreational, educational and society-oriented. The last bit usually comes in when your child is already a bit grown up and can voice his own interests.

Educational activities aim at furthering the knowledge of your child. His general awareness, his understanding and his memory are targeted and he is given various techniques that will help him improve one or all of these. Programs such as intensive memory training and speed mathematics are educational after school activities. There are academic programs that will go over your child’s homework and class work and help the child gain more in-depth knowledge in the various subjects. Thus academic programs have a definite edge over the fun and games, especially if parents feel that their child has a lot of catching up to do.

Recreational activities include sports and games, fine arts, painting etc. The main thrust here is to have fun. Of course, classes become more competitive as the child climbs up the ladder. Many sport events, competitions, stage performances etc are held to encourage the child.

When we compare the merits of the two kinds of activities, I believe that the recreational programs have more meat. Firstly, children do not enjoy learning unless they themselves feel curious about something. Most academic programs are standardized courses that are not too flexible. They have a general purpose and a well laid out methodology. After a number of hours at school, the child may feel bored. Further study may overwhelm him and make him feel frustrated. Burnout is very much a possibility here.

Recreational programs provide a welcome break from the monotony of learning and studies. The mental challenge and the physical exertion make the child feel a renewed zest and a pleasant sense of fulfillment. Group activity teaches him social skills, discipline and patience. It is a proven fact that children involved in extra curricular activities get better grades than others. Sometimes closing the textbooks and playing a game may be the best way to handle your studies.

Whatever program you choose for your child, regular evaluation is the key to success. You will have to measure the child’s progress. If progress is unsatisfactory, shift your child out of the program. The child should also have the freedom to reject an activity if and when he feels bored with it. Generally, programs that combine the educational with the recreational are best suited especially for younger children. This way, children can have fun while they learn.