I have rotated both my monitors 45 degrees. So they're half landscape, half portrait: I see (some) long lines, and I see (bits of) a lot of lines.
This issue is coming up every few weeks. Must be a hot topic for a lot of us.
My answer is the same, every time. I'm 60, I've been developing software for about 35 years, right now I make Android apps. I'm happy, and I think I'll stay in this business for one or two more decades.
So what's your point?
iPhone has a 11% market share, Android has 85%. At the same time, there are more ios developers than Android developers. If you want to plan your career, you learn Android.
I want a small phone with a small screen with the maximum number of pixels possible. And a quad core fast cpu. But what they offer is either a small phone with low dpi and slow cpu, or a high dpi fast cpu phone that is huge. Why can't a fast phone be practical, or a practical phone be fast?
US Robotics, do they still exist?
You survive a spacewalk, an inflated suit, too much G-force, and everything dangerous that can happen in space, then after you land you get eaten by a bear. How ironic.
When, a few years from now, all oil fields in the middle east will be controlled by IS, we want to make the switch away from oil. This seems a solution worth investigating.
Windows One - oh!
The stupidest thing is that nobody even really uses tablets.
People do use tablets. I use my nexus 7 quite a lot. With Android, which I think is best for phones and tablets. As Ubuntu is the best for desktops, or at least used to be.
I wish Canonical would concentrate on making a linux for the destkop with usable UI. Every move they make towards tablets, touch pc's and phones makes Ubuntu worse for desktop users. Which are also the people contributing most to Ubuntu.
from wiki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ID-based_encryption)
A trusted third party, called the Private Key Generator (PKG), generates the corresponding private keys.
Right. It's the same as PKI, just more complicated.
You heart will beat 2.5 billion times in your lifetime. The slower it beats, the longer you'll live.
Next year, it'll be 35 years that I've been developing software. I have never been dissatisfied with my job. I have never felt lack of energy or lack of enthusiasm to develop new software. I work for customers, as a freelancer, I work on my own projects. And I change the area I work in every five years or so. I may be the oldest Android programmer in the world, but keeping up with state of the art technology keeps me alive. I don't feel old. Nor complacent.
So what's your point?
Their site says "proudly powered by wordpress". Err, "security", "wordpress", isn't that mutually exclusive?