It would help if I knew a way of saving a tab group, so I could group a research subject I'm not actively working on, save/export it, and then open/import the group in whichever instance or profile I was working on at the moment I needed it.
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Last I checked USP and FedEx will deliver packages anywhere in the country, not just in profitable areas.
For some values of "deliver" and "anywhere"
For deliveries outside my rural town, Fedex just dumps the packages at the local office store or at the post office. UPS usually delivers to the door, in and out of town, but I've lately noticed a certain amount of package-dumping as well--probably because their location databases for this area are screwed up.
which is how I voted, but:
someone in a military family has a distinctly different relation to the military (and often to the surrounding community and to society at large) than does an equivalent person in a civilian family. Certain rules®s apply to families of military personnel and certain privileges apply to them as well. I recall going through a checkpoint to go to school, or having to carry my ID going to the pool or the beach, because I had to go back through the main gate to get back home. I remember dreading my father being transferred, and feeling both sad and guiltily relieved when he was sent overseas by himself, because it meant that I wouldn't have to leave my friends and home again. On the other hand, unlike most citizens of the US, I had free medical care - until my father retired. And really cool parades. And hands-on time in a tank.
Even today, when I doubt I could adjust to military life, I find some aspects of the civilian world irrationally chaotic. I tear up when I see a "missing man" flight overhead, or a military funeral. I even miss the sound of "Colours" at sunset.
My life is no longer bound up with the military, but my memories and emotions still inextricably tie me to it, and I greatly appreciate those who serve.
I searched "memory" both for Apple and Google: in the first few pages of results, everygame that had "memory" in the title was a Memory/Pairs/Concentration clone. They have to be worried about trademark dilution.
Removing the non-game apps with "memory" in the title is a bit overboard, as is the ban on search keywords, but I don't see a problem with requiring designers to use a bit of imagination in their titles.
PINoM - "Pairs is not Memory" or YACC - "Yet Another Concentration Clone" spring to mind.
...none of the pseudo-preachiness of a religious holiday
Heh. I see you don't live in "Halloween is Satanic" country.