Darren Farris posted in the group SaveFarris.nft
Seed Peace I © darren farris nft
I think I have been outed as a lover of PEACE.
Sign of the times…
I beheld, and, lo, the fruitful place was a wilderness, and all the cities thereof were broken down at the presence of the Lord, and by his fierce anger.
A lot of the photos that get passed around “from space” are just fakes and concept art. If you doubt it then find your favorite space image and locate the source and details.
The scientist who posted a viral photo that he said captured a distant star and was taken by the James Webb telescope is apologizing — admitting the image was, in fact, a slice of chorizo. https://t.co/jVTxBOJgQU pic.twitter.com/McQVx9z1XO
— CBS Mornings (@CBSMornings) August 8, 2022
Don’t get me wrong. I like concept and digitally enhanced
space art, but it should be labeled as art or digitally enhanced. It gives a false perception of what we really know about deep space. There is sufficient “real” unaltered photography. Art and science are two different folders.
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Another way to access NFT domains:
What Browsers Support NFT Domains?
While NFT domains can be natively accessed and viewed on Opera and Brave browser, this isn’t the case for the most popular ones, such as Google Chrome or Firefox. In fact, only these two browsers support the protocols on blockchain networks. Let’s go through how to access blockchain domains on all browsers.
Access NFT Domains on Your Browser
There are several factors to consider before jumping in a buying your domain name. From renting or buying a domain to your registrar’s settings and more, let’s go deep into the details.
Access NFT Domains on Google Chrome
Google Chrome is the most famous web browser on the market, with over 50% of people using it to access the internet. And while it has all the functionalities one may want from it, it doesn’t natively access and display blockchain domains.
However, the settings can be changed for you to view them, access them, and even build a website using NFT domains. Follow the steps below to get started.
Head over to Google Chrome’s settings clicking on the 3-dotted button on the top right corner of the screen.
Go to Privacy and Security and select Security
Scroll down to the advanced setting part and find “Use secure DNS”. From here, select With customized and enter the following URL https://resolver.unstoppable.io/dns-query
Now that you have set up this custom and secure DNS, you will be able to access blockchain domains through Google.
Access NFT Domains on Microsoft Edge
While Microsoft Edge does not natively display NFT domains, a few clicks will get you there. Just like with Google Chrome, some simple steps are needed:
Click on the three-dot option and get into the settings
Select Privacy, search, and services
After that, scroll down to see “Choose a service provider” in Security
Paste the following URL in that text box: https://resolver.unstoppable.io/dns-query
Close the tab, and you can now start accessing NFT domains on Microsoft Edge.
Access NFT Domains on Mozilla Firefox
If you use Mozilla Firefox as your everyday browser, you’ll have to change the settings to access blockchain domains slightly.
First of all, go to the Hamburger menu and select the Settings sections. Once you’re there, follow these steps:
Head over to General, scroll down on the page, and, under Network settings, click on Settings.
After that, under Enable DNS over HTTPS, set the Use Provider as Customer and paste the following URL: https://resolver.unstoppable.io/dns-query
Save the changes by clicking on OK, and you’re good to go. You can now access NFT domains on Mozilla Firefox.
Access NFT Domains on a Smartphone
Blockchain domains can also be accessed on a smartphone, and things vary slightly between Android and iOS devices.
After downloading your favourite browsers when using an Android phone or tablet, simply follow the instructions above.
But, on the other hand, if you use an iPhone or iPad, you will have to download and set up this DNS profile. Your device will automatically install it once you open it, and you will have access to blockchain domains using Safari.
How to Navigate NFT Domains?
After changing your favorite browser’s settings, you’re now ready to explore the other face of the internet, but how?
Once you know which domain you want to visit, let’s say domain.wallet, you will need to add http:// – http://domain.wallet. That’s right; many regular websites are shown as https:// but, since these blockchain domains aren’t classified as secure just yet, the “s” has to be removed.
Apart from that, you’ll have to add a slash at the end of the domain. Your final URL should therefore be http://domain.wallet/.
Browsers sometimes don’t understand that the URL is a domain unless you use that final slash. If not, your browser may redirect you to your default search engine and treat it as a query, which, needless to say, won’t be helpful at all.
Are NFT Domains Safe?
We just highlighted the fact that NFT domains aren’t classified as secure by some browsers. For this reason, a natural question arises – are they safe to access?
The simple answer is yes, NFT domains are very safe, and they can’t be hacked. This means that once the domain is registered under the owner’s wallet in the blockchain, it can’t be hacked, and, therefore, no malicious attacks will happen on the site.
Apart from that, the owner can only block the domain, and no one can take them down because of censorship. In simple words, NFT domains are incredibly safe for both visitors willing to access them and investors that want to purchase one.
𝐓𝐨𝐩 𝟓 𝐒𝐭𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐦𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐂𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐭𝐫𝐢𝐞𝐬 – 𝐌𝐚𝐫𝐜𝐡 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟐
U.S. – Jenna, Save Me
U.K. – Jenna, Save Me
Switzerland – Just Have Some Faith, Jenna
Singapore – Thief of Hearts, Jenna
India – Just Have some Faith, Jenna
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Have you seen this @darrenfarris? Wow!
We are looking for someone to run a Beatles Fan page at SaveFarris.com …email us if you are interested! It’s not hard. If you can run a Twitter account- you can run a page here!
We have it very SIMPLIFIED!
Darren Farris posted in the group Music Junkie
I have my very own signed copy of this LP mailed to me directly from the Casbah- where it all started!
Check it out tonight on BBC! Amazing album from the first Beatle, drummer Pete Best and band.
Tonight on the BBC Radio Merseyside. Chris Currie will be playing some tracks from Haymans Green- The Pete Best Band. Show is from 8.00pm – 11.00pm. Check it out. pic.twitter.com/jlJIOdETsQ
— Casbah Coffee Club (@best_roag) July 5, 2021
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Darren Farris posted in the group Nerd
Conserve resources through reuse!
Adopt a used record or CD from your record or thrift store! I know it’s a funny play on words, but when you buy a second hand record, you are buying a piece of music history and you are conserving raw materials.
Support your local thrift and re-marketing retailers!
Support USED record/CD stores!
AF3 has been wanting Dennis De Young’s Desert Moon album on LP. She went to pick up a copy today and she was ecstatic. She also picked up 3 Night Ranger LPs while she was at the record store. She is a very savvy vinyl collector! She knows what she wants and she goes for the kill. She is 11 going on 50!
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I should say something about myself here. Maybe later.
My name is Darren Farris not Darren Ferris ...not Darin Farris...not Ferris Buller ...not Bobby Darin ... not James Darren ... not Darren Hayes ...not Darius Rucker ...not Darrin Stevens ... not Darren Criss and not Dionne Farris.
Just getting it out of the way.
The unknown and the WHAT IF?
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I beheld the mountains, and, lo, they trembled, and all the hills moved lightly.