The Ramsey County Libraries all seem to have cafes and coffee shops. The one in Roseville has a Dunn Bros coffee shop inside it, and Maplewood has a cafe of some sort. Hennepin County Libraries seem to have similar.
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Fully agreed, I just upgraded to CS6 and I'm not planning on moving.
Moon+ supports PDF, and when I looked at FBReader that was still a feature to be added. I didn't really look at FBreader very much because of that, but it looks very nice. I originally wanted Aldiko but it doesn't support storing books on the SD card on my device, since the internal memory is sdcard0. I basically got Moon+ because it was the first I came across with all the features I needed, and I had a free Google Play credit from buying the tablet
Moon+ will sync your reading position across devices, and it uses dropbox for that, but it's a feature I haven't used yet.
Android here as well, and I haven't purchased a lot of apps either.
I spent $3.99 on IP Cam Viewer a few years ago, and it was well worth it for keeping an eye on my home cameras. I also spent $4.99 on the Moon+ ebook reader last night for my new tablet. Great app, and something I'm happy to pay for. Other than a few 99 cent kindle books, that's all I've ever purchased. I still have $10 left of free Google Play credits from purchasing the tablet and no idea what to spend it on.
When it finally warms up to 52 here in Minneapolis I'll have shorts on.
I don't. Few hosts have the brains and manpower to handle that many services at once. Pick the best for each one, and be glad that they're the best. Besides, if their data center is DDOS'd, you want all your services going down at once? Likely not.
I came here to post this as well. I'd rather have redundant servers in different geographical locations.
...make up a kind of underclass who eke out an information-poor existence in a few dark corners of the network.
...preserve their privacy or perhaps for more nefarious reasons.
...have scripts to kick out adbots.
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Why does this require a big PCB with three ICs? Why not just simply remove pins 2 & 3?
It is no different than collecting taxes on any other service performed (eg cooking, barbering).
To my knowledge most states don't tax for services (especially not as highly as sales are taxed). Have you ever heard of a musician or lawyer (or even your aforementioned chef or beautician) having to collect any sort of sales tax?
I have a cheap protector on my phone screen for scratches. I have a better hard plastic screen protector on my DLSR, so if the camera smashes into anything hopefully the plastic will break and save the screen. Total cost for both was under $10.
they don't patch: they give you new versions...require you to use old, vulnerable versions
Exactly. And as such, we will be running Java 6 Update 16 (released in 2009) until at least 2014 on 5,000+ machines.
1984 was required reading for us. I think it was up to the individual teacher or schools.
I also read Ender's Game in school. It was picked by me, but approved by the teacher.
Comprosing cheap routers is a topic that has been covered on Slashdot many times before. In every previous article, they've required that remote administration be enabled on the router, which is generally never a default setting. This report states, "tested with out-of-the-box configuration settings". Really? Yikes.
I just reached 90% full on my drive a few weeks ago, so I upgraded to a shiny new disk and now I'm at 0-20% full.