Just check a news site or two. They all seem formatted for handheld devices.
My apartment has carpet save the kitchen that has tile. When i moved in, i was given a checklist to note what was not perfect. Figuring that's what they would fix, i verbally mentioned the cracks in the kitchen floor and perhaps something else, and moved on. I really had no idea what the checklist was for. Besides, it looked daunting.
As long as your Karma is "Excellent", you're ok.
I wonder if in some future code, those with >50 karma will have rollover errors.
So, there was a JDRF sale at the company. Or rather, the sale benefited the JDRF. With company themed items, i was interested, for whatever reason.
The sale was Thursday, the email Wednesday (well, after 5 on Tueday), declaring a company "sample merchandise sale". "Pre-Sale 8:00 am - 9:00 am ($10 donation to get in) Sale 9:10 am - 3:00 pm (No charge to get in)".
I sent an email to the sender:
Please excuse my ignorance.
Screens come in all sizes and aspect ratios
So do developer's brains. Perhaps even more so than the screens.
but there are all sorts of surprises
I think you just summed up all of life.
Wow. Sad state of affairs they are.
Thanx for the note!
I think you need a bigger screen. Get a two inch bezel to cover the white space.
I just friended him (again?) Not used to his posting methods.
Did you the shiny side of tinfoil is a result of burning oil into it at high degree? (What i was told, not what they report.)
5 posts in so short a time. I think that's a record for you!
That reminds me of the The Invisible Gorilla and change blindness. They had a writeup somewhere about a cop who beat up a black officer (killed him?) when chasing another black. He claimed he thought his co-officer was the bad guy. He was convicted. But, the TIG guys wanted to explain it as change blindness as everything the guy said fits in with the theory.
Not saying that is what happened here. But, there might be something similar going on, at least in part.
A little too much for me.
But i think i got the point. (Assuming there was one.