Simple enough, if your app knows what it needs to do, there is no need for "Full Network Access". I smell scam app.
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They also removed the "My Maps" feature where you can pull up maps you've saved under your account within the desktop interface. Sad day for me, I use this for trip-planning all the time.
Just goes to show you how much the credit card companies
I understand that you have to pay relating directly to your weight, but should that really be the only thing considered? It costs a flat rate for all the crew on board, regardless if they have 10 passengers or 200. Runway fees are the same regardless of the amount (or size of) the people on board. The amount of weight that the plane already carries never changes, only the cargo on board, so the cost of flying just an empty plane should be considered an overhead cost.
This system should be defined as a base rate plus a charge by the weight you add to the flight. Otherwise you get into the situation where you have a plane full of anorexic people, and the amount they paid doesn't even equal what it costs for the plane to fly empty.
I need to see some more of these "decision likes" so that I can determine the average IQ of my friends list... and maybe crop it a bit.
An engineering degree is only good for checking your work. Mechanical design is purely a function of creativity, experience, and problem-solving.
Example: Any Joe Blow can design a clothes dryer (heater, blower, rotating drum). It takes an engineer to size that motor properly so that it dies 4 days after your warranty is up.
I see all these articles about assumptions that water cut this or formed that feature, but what is so inconceivable that it could have been some other liquid that did the same thing? Is there some inherent feature to water (H2O) that means it is the sole naturally-occurring liquid that could cause a feature like this? Or for that matter, what are the chances it could be an element which we've yet to discover?
Unless I'm mistaken, it seems that you're incorrect on your interpretation of that particular law. Unless, perhaps, you steal the pen from a government employee.
I wonder if everyone realizes that it wasn't Google that designed the packaging, but likely they just designed the artwork on the outside.
As for the box itself, it seems that a packaging engineer just got their fit between the two halves a little too tight... it's not like they put it in heat-welded clamshell packaging!