"Nice fucking huge Samsung phone you have there, kid. Shame if your messages to iPhones all get lost."
its not as bleak as you make it out to be. bribing is prevalent, it seems. but booth capturing is rare and there's a lot of noise if there's a hint of anything like that happening anywhere.
The prime ministerial candidate from the currently ruling party was caught doing exactly that.
incorrect. he was just looking at the machine and talking to polling officials. even this behavior is unacceptable but it's still far away from capturing the booth.
The voting machine could be watching you.
now you're just being paranoid. there is no way the EVM could be storing any info about the voter because there is no way to enter that info, no way to store it and no way to do anything with that hypothetical info once the vote is cast.
i'm reminded of the tintin book flight 714 by the whole mh370 episode. except that the passengers weren't harmed by the aliens, just got their memories erased.
it looks really good to me. i wish my desktop apps looked like this. lean, mean, no nonsense, blinding fast to load. what's not to like?
"This shows that other solutions to storing information are possible and takes us closer to an expanded-DNA biology that will have many exciting applications — from new medicines to new kinds of nanotechnology," said Romesberg.
post a bug report.
i have tried to use similar software but it never really worked out for me. i mean, not everything in my notes is a flowchart! but i've had this nagging feeling that maybe i don't know how to use mind maps properly.
Giving lectures, on the other hand, is the most efficient way to learn.
this is truer than most people realize. i had a teacher who divided the syllabus into parts at the start of the semester, and gave each student one part to teach. everyone knew their parts well in time and had time to prepare. the portion i had to take up, i didn't even need to study for the final, just the other topics. i wonder how well my score could have been if i would have taught the whole syllabus.
Yet, no matter how you take your notes, attending lectures is the least efficient way to learn.
i don't know about this. many people don't attend lectures and get copies of notes from multiple people. then decipher those notes, and make their own notes. i tried it a couple of times (classes are boring!) and i feel this is the least efficient way to learn. people take notes for themselves. the notes are full of individual quirks, mnemonics, povs to look at a concept, etc. it's very tough to grasp the crux, and form your own understanding. in comparison, teachers usually present the topic as is, without much of an individual spin.
Surface pro with one note on it.
the s4 is such a nice piece of hardware, but they have burdened it with at least 15 redundant apps. why do i need two browsers, 2 music players, 2 email clients, 2 sms clients, 2 voice thingies, 2 notes, 2 galleries, 2 video players, 2 book readers, 2 app stores? i'm surprised it still works as well as it does. and no way to remove the crap. even microsoft doesn't include as much crap, and all of that is removable.
here, neither google, nor samsung is willing to back down. i like apps from both samsung and google, i can use both variants of the browser, for example. please one of you be the bigger person and let me remove your app!
but just disabling is not enough. if you go into play store and click "update all", everything gets updated, including disabled apps. atleast that's what i'm seeing with this wretched chaton.
why would *anyone* use swype now? samsung phones have built in swiping keyboard, so do nexus phones. i guess it's those other 10% android suckers.
Facebook should by Foursquare.
1000x this. Foursquare has been the most obvious purchase for facebook since the beginning. Instead of buying unrelated crap (instagram/whatsapp), Zucky should just buy foursquare and integrate the whole functionality. It will be the first acquisition which would add real value.
this is standard behavior on windows. but for some misguided reason they still want you to triple-click in linux distros.
"Old age and treachery will beat youth and skill every time." -- a coffee cup