Actually it is old slang, dating back as far as 1609 , to Merriam-Webster. It enjoyed being in the popular lexicon during the latter part of the 19th Century and was a commonly used expression by U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt.
yeah, check out the compass on your phone. I've used a magnetic mount in my car for over a year now and found it magnetized my phone, totally screwing the compass up. Nexus 5.
back to clamp mounts for me.
Google is blocking 3rd-party developer use of this API -- not use by Google products. When using Google APIs you embed a Client ID that identifies you as a developer / licensee. Google can simply restrict access to this API to approved, internal Client IDs.
Except Google didn't offer it to the public. It is an unpublished API that is and was unsupported for external use.
I don't see the problem here. Don't rely on undocumented APIs.
I went thru that exact same argument a number of years ago. The executives liked the look of the check boxes better and demanded I "make it work". Ugh.
It was almost as much fun as the idiots who insisted on the web page layout exactly matching -- fonts, graphics and all -- their magazine page layout. They ended up doing their web page as one big GIF with polygonal hot spots. You should have heard them scream when someone used a different resolution screen, or resized the browser on their oh-so-perfect page.
I am so glad I'm not in that business any more.
I believe I have mentioned before that every bit of media I purchase I digitize and store the files on a central server. That includes over 300 movies and over 100 television episodes, plush a few hundred audio tracks. Everything is available anywhere in my home via wireless streaming, however I had been having problems with reliably streaming 1080p HD video over WiFi to my main television units.
The National Sheep Association focuses more on the "penetration testing" side of security, if you know what I mean.
Yeah. I get enough disposable shit from the world every fall, when the trees dump all their leaves in my yard. And during spring and summer when after I cut it to an acceptable length, that Falk grad just comes back.
I've tried piling the leaves and grass up, along with things like the leftovers from my food and all the paper products I use, and it magically turns into dirt after a few months. I think it is the compost fairies and their workers, all those big, red works they send to sort thru the pile.
You're right. All my packaging and stuff should be shit that never goes away. They need to make like titanium paper or something that lasts forever. Fuck this disposable shit, I get enough of that from the world itself.
The app isn't doing the backup. The app is gone. The app had a convenient way to access the basic Google Sync settings, but itself is not Google Sync.
Deleting the app that you used to change a system-level setting used by other apps should NOT change the setting.
It was a phishing exploit that captured credentials of a valid user. It wasn't a technical compromise. It was social engineering facilitated by technology.
You can't protect that with better code.
I know I'm going to regret asking this, but WHY do you assert that everyone will have to produce home-grown produce? And how do you come up with that 5% number?
There was a reason why the part about referencing how it was before the medallion system was included in the post you replied to.
The medallion system was EXPLICITLY DESIGNED to reduce the number of taxis in New York City. That was the MAIN FEATURE of it. Licenses were introduced to regulate the drivers, but that was separate from the medallion effort.
Go back and do your homework.
Great! You're now qualified to announce that you'll be running for President on the Republican ticket in 2016. Best of luck and may the best sound-bite or hairpiece win!
Nobody I know does their SF-86 form on paper. It is an online form completed through a system called "e-qip".
Those jobs are factory assembly work, not "tech". They are in the same category as assembling car parts, radios, or toy wagons. Cook is talking about creative development where you work with your mind, not simple low-skilled labor.
Yes, it sucks. But conflating the two in this article is dishonest.