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Comment: Re:The diet is unimportant... (Score 2) 588

by Assmasher (#47806873) Attached to: Low-Carb Diet Trumps Low-Fat Diet In Major New Study

I think that generally speaking what you're saying is accurate, but it does depend upon what you do during the day.

I used to run 6 miles every day at lunch (this was when I worked down in Mill Valley/Sausalito so running was fun) and I could eat lots of whatever I wanted - and I did.

How I miss May Lee's kung pao chicken, San Jose La Taqueria (on 4th street San Rafael?) chorizo super burritos, Dave's quesadillas and tamales in Corte Madera, and Max's fries and caramelized brie sandwich.

That stuff would give me a heart attack just looking at it now since I only run when chased by very slow monsters now...

BTW, if you loved Max's on Sundays like I did, I hear it closed.

Comment: Re:Eh, not quite (Score 4, Interesting) 132

by Assmasher (#47806779) Attached to: Apple Reveals the Most Common Reasons That It Rejects Apps

Dooood, don't make them angry. I had a hard enough time getting the damn reviewer to actually use the login (Apple/Apple.)

It was rejected TWICE in a row after 3 weeks of waiting because "it appears to require login account information" - despite a VERY clear explanation of how the app works and why you need to login and properly filling out the testing account entries in iTunesConnect, et cetera.

I started to think they were employing monkeys over there.

Just like you, every submission after the first acceptance - ZERO account activity on the apple demo account ;).

Comment: Re:yet if we did it (Score 1) 463

I believe the opt out is only in relation to the law banning the use of wireless electronic devices. That would mean that only being charged under that statute would potentially allow interpretation of his duties to qualify. Other distracted driving statues and reasonable care would still apply.

Comment: Re:What's the point? (Score 1) 511

by Assmasher (#47746977) Attached to: If Java Wasn't Cool 10 Years Ago, What About Now?


I've written services/daemons using Qt simply to make it easily extensible because the framework I built was multi-process with IPC and each process could be heavily multi-threaded.

Qt abstracted away a lot of things that would have made the project difficult to build on many *nix platforms.

Life would be so much easier if we could just look at the source code. -- Dave Olson