Yea, before I gave up using google search I found I often had to do searches of the form: "phrase A" -"wrong A1" -"wrong A2" -"wrong A3" etc. And it would still start the results with stuff like: Did you mean to search for "wrong A1" -"wrong A1"...?
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Won't this just encourage SEO sites to include a bunch of trivial facts but easily verifiable facts within page to get a good truth like quality as far as Google is concerned?
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Actually the number of developers ( and developer effective effort ) that would work on such a library is not constant. Once you get too many developers on a single project a larger effort is required to required to just for code / development syncing. The other issue is especially with open source developers is not all developers are interested in working in the same development models among other issues. Which means single projects tend to discourage some potential developers from joining in. There also is the issue of developers wanting to feel helpful a good developer will often feel more appreciated on working on a smaller project.
Finally just because implementations are separate does not mean that their is not cross pollination. Fundamental concerns found by one project are very likely to be searched for in other projects. Likewise with good ideas introduced in one project will often be picked up by other projects. Further because of a diverse system of libraries it is more likely that good ideas can be experimented with safely in different projects.
You should look into multipath networking, IEEE 802.1aq etc. There actually is a company called multipath neworks that sells a hardware solution, but you should be able to find software solutions as well.
You just bought it.
Give it 2-4 weeks.
As you would start taking advantage of the larger screen, you would get used to the size. Or not.
As I said I'm going to stick it out. Ended up using my 5 yesterday for a bit while recovering from 8.0.1 and it still seemed slightly big to me. For now I still find myself thinking more consciously about how to use it ( i.e. if I need to shift hands etc. ) than my old phone; but hopefully that will improve over time. I haven't had it slip from my hands as much the last couple of days which is big improvement.
Heh. No, for cars that's what do not distrub mode and hands free operation are for if absolutely necessary. I love that my car ( prius ) has a built in text option to respond "I am currently driving" in the bluetooth integration.
There are lots of valid reasons to use a cellphone one handed. For example when shopping, it's much more convient to be able to pull up member cards etc. without having to sit everything down or shift it around. Using the phone on breaking while drinking, or eating, etc. I could type a very long list here of other uses... but I could care less about playing along ( though only slightly less, I did list a couple examples after all
BTW did you know that the touchtone ( DTMF ) actually allows for 16 keys. 0-9, octothorpe (#), star (*), and A-D.
I bought an iPhone 6 recently figuring I'd skip the obviously too big 6+. While I like most of the features I've found even the base 6 is a too big. My thumb doesn't even reach all the way across the bottom of the screen and only about half way to the far corner if I'm holding the phone in a good stable grip. Even reachability mode doesn't get everything in close enough. I wish that it shrunk the screen slightly as well. I find that I either have to carefully balance the phone or use two hands. I've already drop it a few times trying to reach the stuff just a bit to far, and the area between my thumb and rest of my hand hurt the first few days after I got the device from trying to force my thumb to reach across. To be honest I was expecting it to be a bit big as there is a small part of an iPhone 5 screen I can't reach without shifting the phone but that bothered me only occasionally. Going to stick this one out, but not sure I want another large phone, especially since I carry a tablet* with me most of the time. Granted I guess I have short hands, my thumb is almost 1.5" long.
* - Okay, sometimes I carry up to 3 with me so that I have Android, iOS and Surface covered; as part of checking to see how stuff runs on different OSes. And yes tablets are much bigger, but they are two handed devices.
Yeah it's a real issue. And in many environments even installing another browser isn't an option for various reasons. Going to be a pain for those websites that want to reach pre-XP SP3 machines once root CAs stop issuing SHA-1 certs.
That's why I always use ROT-13 twice. It completely eliminates the risk of that form of decryption.
Because I had to worry about clients using XP SP2, I'm stuck using ROT-1. But I found that if I use it 26 times, it gives just as good protection and also avoids the inverse directional issues ROT-1 has with some implementations.
One of the recent concerns raised with C++ compared to other popular languages is the breadth of the standard library. I know that the C++ standard committee was looking at adding a C++ transformed version of Cairo to the standard. And of course their is boost. What else do you see coming to address the perceived API shortcomings?
I believe you are referring to U1F595.
The T-mobile that sprint wants to buy is "T-Mobile US", the T-Mobile that is trading stakes is Deutsche Telekom and their T-Mobile International AG holding company.
While Apple discourages OpenSSL, it looks like there are using freeradius which does use OpenSSL instead of own open source Secure Transport library ( of goto fail fame ). However it seems like it is using version 0.9.8, i.e. heartbleed free.
$ otool -L radiusd | grep -e libssl -e libcrypto