FieldPiece has done the with interchangeable heads and wireless too http://www.fieldpiece.com/prod...
Tell your boss this. If a builder were to makes multiple changes, and those changes effected a good wall, he should expect to have "change orders" submitted. That would mean he would be billed for further services. Your original code may have been fine when you wrote it, but when it changes it could effect what was originally written.
What if the phone is turned off , or if the battery was removed ?
Hot on the heels of the Gtk+ 3.8 release comes GNOME 3.8. There are a few general UI improvements, but the highlight for many is the new Classic mode that replaces fallback. Instead of using code based on the old GNOME panel, Classic emulates the feel of GNOME 2 through Shell extensions (just like Linux Mint's Cinnamon interface). From the release notes: "Classic mode is a new feature for those people who prefer a more traditional desktop experience. Built entirely from GNOME 3 technologies, it adds a number of features such as an application menu, a places menu and a window switcher along the bottom of the screen. Each of these features can be used individually or in combination with other GNOME extensions."
I am a self taught typist , had no formal training . With that being said , I wouldn't give up on qwerty . I barley ever use thoose two fingers to type even the I am right handed . I use my left a whole lot more of the time . I don't' many mistakes , and when I do it's usually hitting the key next to the letter I intend to use .
I hate when I forget to log in
I wish I was logged in when I submitted this (
I have an ancient LaserJet 4 HP printer , I will cry when it dies . I had several inkjets and i vow never to go back , I used to buy them and when they ran out of ink go out and get another ($25 for printer or $30 for black ink ?) . I got it from my wifes work with spare toner .
circletimessquare writes "The Obama administration opened a discussion forum in January of this year which has become an electronic suggestion box. It is now entering stage three, following brainstorm and discussion phases: the draft phase, in which the top subject matter is codified into suggestions for the government. 'Ultimately, the visitors advanced more than 3,900 ideas, which in turn spawned 11,000 comments that received 210,000 thumb votes. The result? Three of the top 10 most popular ideas called for legalizing marijuana, and two featured conspiracy theories about Mr. Obama's true place of birth.'"
AnInkle writes "The question of whether modern video games represent art and the persistent attempts to censor controversial content in games have been discussed here at length. Now, a blogger at The Tech Report makes the case that censorship of violent and sexual images and themes in video games is precisely what inhibits video games from maturing artistically beyond a nascent form. He cites a historical comparison between video game and film production, as well as geo-cultural comparisons of film production in the US vs. Europe and of video game development in the US vs. Japan. Are these comparisons apt and the assertions valid, or might the embrace of video games as a legitimate art form be limited for entirely different reasons?"
I Don't Believe in Imaginary Property writes "AT&T and Verizon will be shutting down their old, analog AMPS networks next Monday, and AT&T will also turn off its old TDMA network, with smaller providers expected to follow thanks to a sunset date set by the FCC. After these old networks are shut down, the networks will be all digital. Of course, if you have one of those old fashioned 'just a phone' cellphones and it happens to be analog, you'd best enjoy the last few days before it becomes useless."