Amazon tends to come down on you for doing this if its too egregious. You get a nastygram telling you to fix it or the book will be pulled.
Wi-fi calling does work great, if you have a phone that supports it and wi-fi.
Not all our phones were wi-fi calling capable until recently, and wi-fi calling was unreliable for text messages until recently as well.. so, free booster..
Well, depending on the provider I don't think that they will penalize the users... I have one that I actually got from t-mobile for "free" (i.e. I had to agree to staying with the carrier for 2 years). But it works well to keep some signal for us in our house.
They won't give you one if you don't have at least 1 bar of signal some place in your house, and they won't give you one unless you have a standalone house that you live in (i.e. no apartments).
The device I have is a two piece setup.. I have a receiving antenna that I have to place wherever in the house that I can get the best signal for it (for me, its on top of a cupboard in my kitchen angling out a window past our neighbors 2 story house), and another piece that is somewhere else in the house that does the rebroadcasting of the signal that our cell phones connect to. Normally I don't get any bars anywhere in the house on my cell, but with this running and in the same room with me I get 2-4 bars.. latency is horrid, but it seems to work well to get me on the system.
I have two apps accounts, and manage 4 more.. and didn't receive an email about this.. I suspect notification was spotty...
You just need to get into the habit of wearing face paint/camoflage... http://venturebeat.com/2010/07/02/facial-recognition-camouflage/
purely subjective and anecdotaly, i average 2+ per weekday, more per weekend day. my daughter ranges 1 to 3 a day, my son the same.
i can see 34 per subscriber easily.
Ad block can also pattern match within a website. I have had it block legitimate images, served from the same site, just because it matched the right pattern. So they have to be more creative than just "load from local site"
I don't see how the cars taking a shower is relevant... my point stands.. if their FAILURE is bursting into flames, rather than merely receiving water damage... then they don't qualify as a "nice car" in my opinion..
I'd have to say their apparent tendency to burst into flames when they get wet would kinda move them from the "nice car" category...
Do you check all atms, gas pumps, etc that you use for card skimmers? http://krebsonsecurity.com/all-about-skimmers/ , http://www.thelocal.de/national/20110818-37041.html and http://boston.cbslocal.com/2011/11/17/atm-skimming-device-found-at-eastern-bank-in-taunton/
They are getting pretty good at making realistic ones. And in some cases have gotten them inside gas pumps.
Regardless of what back end language you pick, a good front end helps a lot. I have found the twitter bootstrap package to be very helpful..
You can find it at: http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/
They have a nice dynamic setup you can use that allows your page to collapse down to be easily usable by phone browsers, tablets, etc... It also gives you a good display framework to start from to ensure consistancy of your user interface.. and since the display is css based, you can tweak it how you want.
Yup that was my thought as well, I use DreamHost for my hosting.. (just paid the bill so its on my mind).. not unreasonably priced, they have great tech support and you can do quite a bit with it.
Prolly the same thing that was set up when my daughter got a laptop in high school. If you don't pay a small fee ($50 in our case) for insurance at the beginning of the year, the parents were liable for the replacement cost of the item.
yeah I got this yesterday... co-worker goes "what did you do to make that box of icons show up?" as I was alt-tabbing...
And in some areas shooting to wound and not to "stop the threat" can put you at risk of being arrested... you aren't supposed to use your lethal force for "malicious wounding" (as I have heard it referred to by an instructor), but just to stop the threat of imminent bodily harm or death to you or another (and that "another" is a sticky situation too unless you know all the particulars)