"while she may be well-qualified for the office, she is unfit to hold it"
Awesome. Trump, then?
146 posts • joined 3 May 2010
Awesome. Trump, then?
Agile tends to foster good communication WITHIN a team and makes it easier for everyone to engage with the project; Waterfall forces better communication BETWEEN teams, but often leads to lack of ownership ("that's the PM's job - I've got my queue.")
Without lasers, there's no internet Smooth Newt.
LogMeIn/LastPass still never lays eyes on your password. The recipient has to create an account in order to be designated (free account is fine, and 2FA is now free on the free accounts as well). A public/private keypair is generated based on the master passwords.
Full details: https://helpdesk.lastpass.com/emergency-access/
That reminds me, I need to pick up a henway later.
> "You need the latest OS version to get a keyboard to work?"
No. You need the latest OS to get it to automagically pair via bluetooth when plugging it in.
Otherwise you can manually pair, as with other bluetooth keyboards.
IMO it's not the tech holding us back from this, it's the walled gardens locking you into each manufacturer's ecosystem. Would also be nice to see iOS and Android adopt USB-C.
Is the article also beta?
Reminds me of that old George Carlin bit about airplanes: "That's not a near miss. It's a near HIT!!! <BOOM> Oh, look... they nearly missed."
It's a long-running cycle. David Hume wrote this in 1752, reprinted in Andy Kessler's "How We Got Here", a fun and still-relevant read from 2004:
“There seems to be a happy concurrence of causes in human affairs, which checks the growth of trade and riches, and hinders them from being confined entirely to one people; as might naturally at first be dreaded from the advantages of an established commerce. Where one nation has gotten the start of another in trade, it is very difficult for the latter to regain the ground it has lost; because of the superior industry and skill of the former, and the greater stocks, of which its merchants are possessed, and which enable them to trade on so much smaller profits. But these advantages are compensated, in some measure, by the low price of labour in every nation which has not an extensive commerce, and does not much abound in gold and silver. Manufactures, therefore gradually shift their places, leaving those countries and provinces which they have already enriched, and flying to others, whither they are allured by the cheapness of provisions and labour; till they have enriched these also, and are again banished by the same causes. And, in general, we may observe, that the dearness of every thing, from plenty of money, is a disadvantage, which attends an established commerce, and sets bounds to it in every country, by enabling the poorer states to undersell the richer in all foreign markets.”
I still have an old domain with them I haven't transferred over to NameCheap yet.
For the 13.3" model, maintain the form factor, but trim the bezel to make room for a 14.1" 1680x1050 screen.
That is all.
Buy Chinese is your answer? If the Chinese do have backdoors, how long do you think before the NSA et al finds their way in?
> (Typed on my Thinkpad W701. Probably my last from this brand after buying 20-30 over the years.)
Really? If Lenovo follows through on their statement about no longer pre-loading bloatware going forward, that would keep them on my shortlist.
I wouldn't know about that. My phones don't last more than about a year before I drop them in soup, grind them into a rocking chair, or fling down the steps on the way to the train. Happily I'm signed up for a replacement plan.
Since this is an HTC thread I'll hold on the "say what you like about iPhones." I will say that my 2-year-old HTC m7 was just updated to the latest Android 5.0. Very smooth process.
I'll just leave this here...
> On a TV I mute the adverts.
How will you know when a new season of Archer starts up?
I also use a Sansa Clip+. Not the sexiest UI, but it's dirt cheap, good sound quality with EQ, FM radio, voice recording, standard phone charger to charge it, physical controls make it easy to control without looking at it, Rhapsody integration if you want streaming, and a memory card slot for an extra 128GB in storage. Although Sandisk really needs to up the processing power IMO. "Refreshing your media" takes entirely too long.
Yosemite should help stifle that sales boom...
My first real job out of college was porting a large app from OS/2 to WinNT 3.5. After using the two side-by-side for a while, I wanted to cry as M$ continued eating their lunch. Better UI, subsystem, API's, etc.
We were using PVCS for VCS. Anything was better than SourceSafe, which tended to corrupt its internal database as the project grew in size. Yikes.
NSA can still request the encrypted data, then brute-force the password.
Same, though I'm also curious to see how battery life holds up once rooted.
> I imagine that the Chromecast has a good chance of having more services ported to it, too
Yes. There's a good chance. But like AppleTV, Google maintains tight control over what types of apps are allowed to play in their sandbox. Hence the interest in an "open" alternative, for those too lazy to root their CC.
A constructive comment. Rare and welcome :)
In memory, it takes up 130MB, plus two 30MB helpers. Compares nicely with Sublime's 220MB IMO. That's the tradeoff for integrating a ton of 3rd party frameworks I think. Expect this to bloat as more plugins become available.
So, it's like Sublime. Except it's free and open source. And it's got web goo under the hood instead of python. And releases will happen more frequently (how long has ST3 been in beta?) Emacs and vim bindings are already there. I think this is going to be huge.
@JDX, when I first heard of a "github editor" I thought it was going to be web-based as well. Seems like the time is right for something like that, and having it tightly integrated with the Github site (as an option for small tasks, of course) could make for a really interesting workflow.
An apt analogy, given that I've had a very weak signal on THREE different HTC One's, which were on the same network as a friend's GS4 that had full bars. (Why three? There was a cabbage soup incident, and a rocking chair incident).
Also, I thought the M8 had a 5" screen? It's the original model that has a 4.7" screen as the article reports.
I use the remote app all the time as well. Only wish it was a learning remote, so I could aim my current speaker remote at it to set the volume controls. Then I wouldn't mind losing the remotes.
> I want a couple more monitors, but no one sells 1920x1200 at a reasonable price any more.
Here you go. I can vouch for this one. Great display, price, ports, UI, adjustable stand, etc.
> As far as I know there isn't anything on the Roku that can look on a network share and play videos, you need a media server of some sort.
True. I use the Plex client via tablet/Chromecast at home, and also set it up on a friends Roku. The Roku Plex client UI sucks, but with Chromecast, my tablet disconnects from the stream a while after it starts playing, meaning you can't pause/skip. Hoping that gets resolved soon.
I've also noticed that not all Plex content can be sent to a Chromecast, even if it can be played via the Plex desktop and tablet clients (example: MSNBC fails with a weird error)
As usual, tradeoffs with both, so pick your fav.
Oh... have they worked at a call center before?
He'll be back next season
Yep. Google Authenticator was built just for cases like this. Several services on my phone use it, and no need for SMS.
Started looking at the Xperia after seeing your post. It also has an FM radio, IR with nice TV guide app, NFC, a higher res camera, and is about 20% cheaper. Hm.
"Shooting isn’t entirely convincing either, being too easy with auto-lock on, or too slapdash without."
That's why I'm hoping they'll release a PC version. So much more control with a keyboard, mouse, and joystick. Or is there a way to do this with xbox/ps?
THANK YOU for introducing some sanity into this thread, good sir.
Sony's "we're on the 3rd generation now, so we must be getting better" comment is kind of negated by the Agent kickstarter project. That's a first-gen watch I'd actually be interested in.
I have to wonder if the reason the US isn't making similar noises is because the NSA doesn't want to lose valuable data points.
Yep. You can access gmail via IMAP, but Fastmail is far, far superior if you care about managing your email.
I wanted to believe, but the P770 you linked to looks like similar specs to the 2yo HTC Sensation I just traded in. Hopefully they'll come up with a stronger flagship, and give it a proper name. Even then, the tinfoil-hats here in the US will likely label it a commie spy phone, "journalists" will lead with scary headlines to that effect, and the masses will stay away "just in case."
...he could hire someone to help prep him to avoid foibles like this. Or build a protocol bot.
Americans are fairly lax about protocol, though if I'm shaking hands right after sneezing, I wipe the [potentially wet] hand on my jeans first.
Yes. This. Oh, and give both bezels an up/down physical button, a la Nook. No one in their 10,000 reader survey asked for this?
Aside: since there's no audio support, I guess the SD card is only useful for sideloading?
Are one of the more volatile forms of storage.
Define "fail." If they get even a 5% adoption rate, their mobile ad revenue goes thru the roof. That 5% will grow as FB adds features.
I'm sure I'll install it out of morbid curiosity, and then remove it to free up resources. I have enough malware on my phone courtesy the operators already.
For that sort of money (at the time), you could have paid for an additional season.
Still, seems like it'd be slightly less impolite to offer to buy the companies for a fraction of their worth:
"Take the offer; you'll be out of business shortly anyway. Asshole."
Well, no, but the layout. And some of the workflow, esp w OAuth and credcard storage.
Imitation, flattery, etc. At least Paypal won't be as painfully hard to work with going forward.