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When we build repo cm-insurance-web using command npm run build, we can see javascript file is being created inside src/node/.next/static/chunks/pages/cm_insurance_web.js. This project repo is running on 3000 port on localhost.

We recently discovered eight deceptive mobile apps that masquerade as cryptocurrency cloud mining applications (detected by Trend Micro as AndroidOS_FakeMinerPay and AndroidOS_FakeMinerAd), where users can earn cryptocurrency by investing money into a cloud-mining operation. However, upon analysis, we discovered that these malicious apps only trick victims into watching ads, paying for subscription services that have an average monthly fee of US$15, and paying for increased mining capabilities without getting anything in return. We have reported our findings to Google Play, and the apps have been promptly removed from the Play Store.

A lecture video is common in academic distance learning and in corporate training when identifying with a speaker is important. This video type can be live-action or use an animated character as the lecturer. The format of this video type is simple, a person, animated or otherwise, is on-screen speaking to the viewer as animated bullet points or other motion graphics appear in time with the content being discussed. A good script for lecture videos should contain three parts: the introduction, the content, and the action.

The narration should include an introduction, a question to be answered, and the answer to that question. Because explainer videos are succinct, you should limit your script to one, well-explained question and a brief conclusion that directs viewers to more information if they need it.

Scenarios and situations can be 2D animation, 3D animation, live-action, or a mix of any of the aforementioned. These video scripting examples should be written with the following characteristics in mind: message, story, character development, action, and dialogue/narration. During the writing process, you must keep in mind the story you want to tell and how. The first draft of the animated video script is more trial and error as you combine your research, pre-writing, and learning objectives to create the script.

Give equal attention to dialogue and actions. Actions will do most of the heavy lifting for learners so they should be logical and attention-grabbing. The narration or spoken lines from a character must be believable to drive home the point of the video. You want content that consists of sentences that are short, easy to understand, and smooth to read aloud. Keep revising until your script flows seamlessly.

In LayNii, we provide both equi-distant and equi-volume layering options to the user. While solutions already exist (Bazin et al. 2014; Fischl 2012; Goebel 2012; Huntenburg et al. 2018; van Mourik et al. 2019; Wagstyl et al. 2018), our implementation differs in a unique way. It is computed completely on the discrete lattice (as opposed to by means of surface approximations) (Glen et al. 2018; Roden 2019). To give a description of our layering algorithm, first we define the terms that will be referred to later (also see Fig. 2)): 350c69d7ab


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