Pointless analogies are like a car with no steering wheel.
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I loosen mine quite a lot at night, maybe two notches. I want it on for the sleep tracking of the Misfit app but if I didn't do that it was extremely uncomfortable (my arm would go to sleep). I don't have it extremely tight on my wrist either.
Funnier yet, it's actually "Wojciehowicz". Though they spelled it wrong of the board the last season or so.
Read Ihtnako's review. That one is bang on, not the Ars piece. Yes it's flawed, and OH MY it's way too expensive.
If I'm a fanboy then I must be the worst in history...
Yes it's head and shoulders above other remote access tools for the iPad. I thought that was obvious. Or are you truly ignorant of things like, oh I don't know, TFA?
RDP is nice but it doesn't have the integration that this does to make things finger-friendly.
First of all, there was ONE "less than stellar" review. The Ars review was pretty pathetically trollish, I have no idea why. Check Google if you don't believe it. http://www.google.com/search?q=parallels+access+review
I used it in beta testing and its head and shoulders above other remote access tools. Their pricing is out to lunch, but it is an excellent tool.
Second, Parallels always has done stuff like this. The last version or two has been popping up ads. It's lazy of them and stupid but it's not really an "unrelated daemon".
Don't expect their support to give you instructions on how to uninstall it, just run something like CleanMyMac2 and move on.
This. Observe carefully the direction of the industry and apply yourself like a student to some upcoming tech. It's easier (less outlay) with software/programming but you can probably keep yourself occupied with learning admin tasks as well.
It takes a lot longer than a day to learn a new programming language. Unless you think "hello world" is sufficient.
They killed every other option for syncing feeds/read status because they were free and very good. Now we need to scramble to create new options and get platform support.
Your interface comments are your perspective only. I loved it, it was extremely efficient.
"darn good" = "quite good", with a little bit of extra emphasis. It's a common enough slang term, where have you been?
Or, you could say accomplishing the purpose of the prefixes in creating a de facto standard. Ideally we could then simply drop the prefixes and have the same behavior. Whether each prefixed attribute behaves the same is another issue, of course.
I don't think that was unreasonable. If you have critical business apps running 16-bit code you need to prioritize their replacements IMMEDIATELY. That's certainly not impossible, though you will need someone skilled with both legacy and modern code.
Changing them to accommodate 64-bit OSes doesn't necessarily mean totally rewriting them, either. Maybe there are some non-compatible libraries that need to be swapped out, with a few code changes.
They would have kept one numbering system for the whole article, but "Zero-day" would have been really tough.
Apple. Or even modern versions of Windows, I guess.
For me at least, the clear advantages of a Linux desktop withered away about 4-5 years ago. Even the price of commercial OS's are almost inconsequential these days.