Has anybody lost their free 100MB/month with Verizon? I told the rep that it's strange for a company to agree to provide a service and then not honor the agreement. The rep said simply that it's a "corporate decision." So it's OK for business to be dishonest if the reason for being dishonest is a "corporate decision" :-) #verizonwireless#verizon
+Verizon Wireless is terrible. Between this and things like not activating LTE enabled Nexus 7's, I hope they get slapped around by the FCC and/or end up being eaten alive by other cell carriers that are more customer friendly.
I wrote a fairly robust HTTP server that you can use for local development. It lets you serve content from a directory on your computer or Chromebook. It handles "range" requests and streams large response bodies. It also doesn't lock and hang up like the web server sample provided by google.
+Kyle Graehl Yes it's what I do. My extension doesn't need any permission. If the user try to use the screenshot capture feature then I request for the permission, if he doesn't accept he can use it without the capture feauture. (I'm not sure If I understand all of you write and I answer properly, my english is little bit poor I'm sorry) .