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Move aside +Pushbullet . You've served me well, but there's a new player in town, one who doesn't make me feel uncomfortable to pay for.
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Android is pretty creative with its commercials.
 
Android consistently has some of the best TV commercials of anything tech related,
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So, completely hypothetical question... 

Let's say that you were less than gifted, and had a UniFi AC Lite AP that you hadn't mounted in the ceiling because you're really lazy and didn't have your house wired to the right location.

But rather than attach the mounting plate to the back of the AP to keep track of it, you'd misplace it and probably throw it away.. Because, as mentioned, you're about as stupid as a doorknob.

Now, let's further imagine that you finally did the whole crawlspace and attic thing to get a cable where you wanted it to go.

How would you now mount it, having lost the mounting hardware?

This is all entirely hypothetical, of course. I wouldn't do something that stupid. I'm just asking for a good friend.

Edit: sticky velcro it is. Looks very professional, not at all like it was done by some birdbrained yokel. Thanks, people.
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This is just very cool.

I finally got around to play with the "AppImage" version of +Subsurface, and it really does seem to "just work".

It not only allows for a project to create a complex Linux application (in the case of subsurface, one that uses very recent library versions that many distributions don't even have available yet) that works on multiple distributions, you don't even need to really even install it. Download a file, mark it executable, and run it.

It comes with its own little embedded compressed ISO filesystem that gets mounted and contains all the required libraries.

Sure, it means that the end result is much bigger than a distro-native binary would be, but if you want a way to build applications for your users without limiting them to a particular distribution, or having to build fifteen different images, it really looks like it works very well.
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Upcoming PhotoWalk in Venice! http://www.stuckincustoms.com/events/

This is Queenstown in the Autumn here in this photo... but soon I'll be leaving this and heading to Italy.  Let's have a fun photowalk!  More info at the Events link above! :)
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Open Textbook: Programming on Parallel Machines; GPU, Multicore, Clusters and More. Professor Norm Matloff , University of California, Davis. OVERVIEW: "Why is this book different from all other parallel programming books?" Suitable for either students or professionals. Practical viewpoint: ...
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One of the best use case of a VR!
The VirtualSpeech app will help you practice for public speaking events, by...
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Please make paranoid android for moto x play
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Block in app ad's and all the things on your #Android device for free
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For anyone using +Paolo Rotolo​'s app intro library, it's been updated to version 3.3.0!

I'll wait for Paolo to give the full release changelog, but I wanted to especially point out that it now supports Android 6.0 permissions! The best part of it is, we've simplified it down to one line of code!

I made this a possibility and Paolo polished it off with some code tweaks. I'm so excited at how simple this makes everything! The link attached takes you to the Readme which talks about the permissions. See for yourself!

Also in the update is support for status bar visibility options and navigation bar color options (no transparency yet...coming soon).

I don't like asking, but a reshare is appreciated to get this out to developers.

Edit: Wiki is a WIP as well.
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Morning fog in Central Washington by Bryan Daugherty: https://goo.gl/l8YU2L #travel
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Android enthusiast, Misanthrope. Passionate about Books, Music & Technology. Crazy about Space, Particle, & Theoretical Physics
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    Computer Science, 2015 - present
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  • Priyadarshini College of Engineering
    Computer Technology, 2011 - 2015
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