« on: October 25, 2011, 08:59 AM »
@40, please post links to the 0.0000001%. I'm really curious about that stuff now!
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Louis Gray (G+ evangelist, hired by Google) said:
To clarify, Google Reader remains a stand-alone product. What is being announced is threefold: 1) Addition of sharing to Google+. 2) A new modern design. 3) Retiring of the dedicated sharing model.
This statement ( It will be impossible to use Google Reader as a standalone product) is incorrect. You can continue reading your feeds in Reader independent of Google+.
I wouldn't go too overboard with partitioning. Segregating the drive into one partition for the operating system and programs; and a second partition for user data should be sufficient for general use. Basically this divides the drive between what needs to be reloaded from CD and everything else that will get lost if it isn't backed up.
There is one situation where an extra partition is useful, IMHO : game installation....basically anything that's so large that imaging it with the OS isn't worthwhile. Mostly games, but also includes CD/DVD dumps or virtual drives.
Hi R and J,
I had approached you both a couple of months back reg. an article that used my name in an interview I had never given.
You R, put me on to J with whom I had a very amicable interaction - she helped take down the article.
A few days later the same article appeared again on the site.
I have mailed you, J twice and R once regarding this. Not only is the article still up, neither of you have bothered to even revert back to me.
I'm not going to BS you guys, I don't have the time or the resources to take legal action to get this piece that hurts my reputation taken down. I think it is callous and cruel to not help someone in my postion. And it is arrogant to not even take a minute to revert back.
So let me make this a tad more personal and ask you, R [full name] and J [full name] this. How would you like it if some aggrieved party with enough technical understanding about the working of the internet took it into their heads to sully your reputations? Would you be as silent and unconcerned then?
Thanks for your time.
(Feel free to Google my name if you'd like to know more about me. There are a couple of interesting links you might find.
From my experience buying a tablet, any tablet, without 3G support is a very bad idea. Being able to access content and stay in touch anywhere anytime is essential.-lotusrootstarch (October 12, 2011, 09:57 PM)
I bought a remote control app to control windows, but it locks the screen, which isn't what I wanted. i.e. Control windows from laying down on the couch.
If you have the time and resources to be constantly watching the entire web for references to your company name, why can't you make a similar effort to get a responsive support and service department into place?
Quote Originally Posted by nosh View PostHello Sir/Madam,
Guys, guess what? Vodafone has no security when it comes to recovering a PUK code. I needed to recover my PUK and I called up the helpline 9820098200. The system just asked me to enter the no. for which I wanted to recover PUK and read out the PUK. I expected to speak to a person who'd verify my authenticity by asking for some personal details before giving me the PUK, after all you need the PUK if you've done something like entering the incorrect pin thrice on a locked phone.
Next time you want to hack into someone's locked phone, remember, Vodafone will be glad to help you out! Because the other option of having you speak to a human being (who actually needs to be paid a salary!!!) is just too unbearable!
Is this standard policy for other operators too?
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No kindle comes with a backlight that I know of.
Last summer I spent several hours every night for two weeks reading my kindle with a flashlight in one hand