Part of the reason I bought a tablet PC was that "upgrade" to PDF Annotate.
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The seeds were too busy reading
I still remember the end of "Parliament of Dreams" with the long long long line of different religious practitioners.
I don't know
Which goes to the point that Leonard likes it.
The exynos exploit allowed any application direct write access to all memory (essentially they can become root).
It was pretty serious and they did take their time fixing it. Still I prefer my Android to an iPhone.
There was third party fixes for the exynos exploit as well, but a user shouldn't be expected to know that.
My experience (my daughter has ADD) has convinced me that ADD is not a lack of ability to focus, but rather a lack of ability to focus on things you're not interested in or see no point to. My daughter can focus for hours on something she wants to do, like sewing, playing video games, or making videos. The problem is our educational system regards the ability to read and comprehend hundreds of pages of material you could care less about as the highest virtue. Unless you later become a game show contestant, most of the stuff you're required to memorize in school is just useless trivia.
This is why it's hard to explain ADD to people, it *sounds* like a common ailment, the difference is someone without ADD can learn otherwise, someone with ADD is driven to act this way.
No. But it also doesn't make it OK to be an unholy prick to people who have suffered such an abuse, just because you don't want to have to accommodate them.
The concepts of tact and compassion are sorely lacking from today's "civilized" society.
Reading the post from violet blue it seems she was offering to accommodate them rather greatly, including doing the presentation behind closed doors, but their argument was that they were at the conference and if she spoke at all it would be a big problem.
I agree we should be mindful of other peoples pain, but when she can't give a presentation on harm reduction (which could help prevent rape), it's gone too far.
It seems like it's more about exercising their muscle than actually preventing someone experiencing a PTSD event from a talk.
"Won't someone think of the children !?!?!?!", sigh.
Same deal in Australia. I liked caffeine-free Mountain Dew.
I'm in the "don't drink caffeine" group, I save it so when I really need to wake up it works, especially good during exam/software release time.
I've had two OCZ Octane 2's die, both the same way, clean shutdowns, no hibernation, booted one morning and "CHKDSK needs to run", takes about 15-20 minutes, finding lots of orphan files, reboots, "CHKDSK needs to run", same deal again, repeat about 4-5 more times and if windows did boot, it was pretty much corrupted, system files missing, applications failing to load.
And because I bought them from a "non-OCZ approved reseller" they're apparently not covered on warranty.
Smashed them with a hammer, bought a Samsung 830 series, hasn't skipped a beat yet.
I added some code by jywarren to do a hashbang with location, so you can copy/paste references to direct locations. (latitude/longtitude/zoom reference)
No, I am member #5534289
And to which religion or governmental rule set do we hand the reins ?
Can you imagine the chinese firewall if it applied to a persons actions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Corporate interests aside, noone can speak out about anything anymore or the jackboots will be on their doorstep seconds after they start typing the first few words.
But companies do receive snippets of actual chats. How do they ensure that doesn't contain anything that is personally identifiable?
That sounds like alot of coding and work, isn't it easier just to get full transcripts and sort it out later ?
Denial: They wouldn't do anything like that to you.
Anger: It's your fault for not reading the EULA.
Barganing: How else can they make ends meet in this economy, you need the software, they need the data.
Depression: (actually, isn't the economy heading for one now ?)
Acceptance: Oh well, all hail our new child protection overlords.