The Daily Populous

Friday June 18th, 2021 night edition

image for Starlink dishes go into “thermal shutdown” once they hit 122° Fahrenheit

When the user's Internet service was disrupted, the Starlink app provided an error message saying, "Offline: Thermal shutdown."

He contacted Starlink support, which told him, "Dishy will go into thermal shutdown at 122F and will restart when it reaches 104F."

The overheating started that day about 11:30 am and came back for good about 7 pm...

Martin uses the ground behind his house to set up his dish because it is the only spot with no obstructions.

Officially, SpaceX has said that "Dishy McFlatface" is certified to operate from 22° below zero up to 104° Fahrenheit.

Though Dishy doesn't go into thermal shutdown until it hits 122°, the dish can obviously get hotter than the air temperature.

Like Martin, other Starlink users may have to find creative ways to keep their dishes cool as the summer months arrive. »

In a new lawsuit, more than 30 women accuse Pornhub of profiting from videos posted without their consent

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She learned a link to that video had been anonymously posted on Pornhub without her knowledge or consent.

MindGeek owns and operates more than 100 pornographic websites, and its brands include Pornhub, RedTube, YouPorn and Xtube.

MindGeek operates some paid-subscription sites, but Pornhub is free for anyone to access and earns money through advertising revenue and optional, premium subscriptions. »

It’s Official: ‘Dune’ to World Premiere at Venice Film Festival

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It’s official: Denis Villeneuve’s hotly anticipated “Dune” reboot will world premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September.

As first anticipated by Variety, the fest has announced that the big budget sci-fi epic starring Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya will world premiere in Venice out-of-competition on September 3.

Though Venice, as is customary, has not specified what talents will be attending the “Dune” premiere, it’s a safe bet that Warner Bros. will be flying in some stars. »

South Carolina court halts executions until the state's new firing squad option is finalized

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(CNN) The South Carolina Supreme Court on Wednesday halted executions in the state until procedures for its newest method of execution -- firing squad -- are finalized.

Attorneys for Brad Keith Sigmon, who had been scheduled to be executed on Friday, successfully petitioned the state's high court to stay the execution due to South Carolina having only one method available, the electric chair.

Under the new law signed last month by Republican Gov. Henry McMaster, inmates must now choose either electrocution or firing squad as their methods of execution. »

Patch 1.23 official patch notes

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Fixed an issue where it wasn't possible to enter Juliet's house if the player didn't meet either of the Attribute requirements.

Fixed an issue where the "Search the Arasaka officer" objective could remain active after fulfilling it.

Fixed an issue where progression could be blocked if the player left Claire after the Santo Domingo race too early. »