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Luke Graybill
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Engineer of the robot apocalypse.
Engineer of the robot apocalypse.

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Lucas likes his Angry Birds!
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I'm a ninja! Wait, now I have to kill you..
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After lots of fiddling, I've figured out a way to get Unicon working in CM11 that seems to be reproducible. I've seen lots of people here telling each other to "just use SuperSU" or "do a softboot", but no actual instructions, so I thought I'd post what ended up working for me. Here's how I do it:

- Use Xposed Installer to launch Unicon.
- When Unicon tells you it needs to move itself, just click Move to get rid of the dialog.
- Select your icon pack, and click Apply.
- Unicon will ask you to either let it restart the launcher, or to let it soft reboot your phone. Regardless of which dialog comes up, click Later to get rid of it.
- Press your Back button to get back to Xposed Installer.
- Go to the Framework page of Xposed Installer, and select Soft Reboot there, then click Yes.

After this is done, you should have your icon theme active. Unfortunately, there are some caveats. Firstly, your icon theme will be lost on a device reboot, and you'll need to do all this again every time, until Unicon gets fixed. Secondly, some icon themes appear to not work with this method, so YMMV.

Note: You DO NOT NEED SuperSU. The superuser in CM11 works with this procedure, and SuperSU does not seem to do anything at all to make any of this easier. In fact, I don't even have SuperSU installed anymore.

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The Cybermen are here!
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http://googleresearch.blogspot.co.uk/2006/03/hiring-lake-wobegon-strategy.html

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You know the Google story: small start-up of highly-skilled programmers in a garage grows into a large international company. But how do you maintain the skill level while roughly doubling in size each year? We rely on the Lake Wobegon Strategy, which says only hire candidates who are above the mean of your current employees. An alternative strategy (popular in the dot-com boom period) is to justify a hire by saying "this candidate is clearly better than at least one of our current employees." The following graph compares the mean employee skill level of two strategies: hire-above-the-mean (or Lake Wobegon) in blue and hire-above-the-min in red. I ran a simulation of 1000 candidates with skill level sampled uniformly from the 0 to 100th percentile (but evaluated by the interview process with noise of ±15%) starting from a core team of 10 employees with mean 75 and min 65. You can see how hire-above-the-min leads to a precipitous drop in skill level; one we've been able to avoid.
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100 More wallpapers added .. Circle me to be updated .. Enjoy =D
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