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This is what bread crumbs actually are. #BreadCrumbsProgramming

Special thanks for WP advice to: +Elric Erekose 
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SECURITY: Careful, the #Heartbleed Bug is out there! Make sure to have 2-Step Verification enabled if you're worried. Fear not, though, Google is probably working on it.
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As soon as I click to open, it closes. Can't even open it.
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+Melody Zou Everything work awesome again. Thanks!
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My initial review for: Ubuntu 14.04

Finally, a much needed update. It's definitely faster and more stable. I haven't seen any new features per say, but the status bar looks quite different and I like the new icon look. It's only a little different, but I still like it.

I'm able to connect Samsung devices and other devices that I had to previously connect via command line.


Wallpaper The wallpaper isn't something that will make or break the OS, but it's definitely cooler from my point of view.

Really, I'm just glad that this version is an LTS version. Beta is doing so well, that I'm excited to see what's coming after the beta is over.
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Could be.
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Yeah, I don't think I'll ever prank anyone... Not that I ever have.
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Careful! The #Heartbleed bug is out there! #InvestInRAID  
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Nah, it's more catalogue based so never had the need to implement ssl.
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+Dolphin Browser*: On The Right Path*

Let's get something straight here. Dolphin Browser was the first browser to come across Android as a browser that had gesture and voice control features. It was "the cool guy" browser.

Are they wrong for declining to make a desktop browser?

In short, the team said: “In short, no, we do not need a desktop browser to compete with the big boys,” and they are right. About 50% of my website visitors visit from smart devices (phones, tablets). So why would they do a desktop version of Dolphin, when, let's face it, the PC era is over for the average user? We "techie" people may use our laptops, but the average person who is not techie won't. It's just how it is now. Let's take it from Sieglar.

_"The PC is over. It will linger, but increasingly as a relic. The value in the desktop web is increasingly an illusion. Given the rate at which these mobile devices are improving, a plunge is rapidly approaching.
Don’t build an app based on your website. Build the app that acts as if websites never existed in the first place. Build the app for the person who has never used a desktop computer. Because they’re coming. Soon."_ He's right.

We have this notion of what we geeks think is true, but we're wrong. I'm in a college with about 35-40 in a certain class. Out of that 40, 3 use a laptop/desktop once or twice a month. It's their mobile device that they use on a daily bais. Let's just leave it at that.
So, +Dolphin Browser thanks for doing a great job!
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I'm a sushi lover, hardcore Linux fan and... I love living life! Oh, the nerd!
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My name is Mike Kuplevatsky and I'm 19 years old. I love horror movies, sushi, and I enjoy writing. I enjoy taking late night walks out near the beach and observing the waves. I also like looking up at the sky. Although I wrote this much, I'm not a fan of writing about myself so the following comes from my Gravatar Profile.

Michael Kuplevatsky created Technasium in late 2011, talking about the latest news in technology. He aspires to work in the field of IT Tech, or as a programmer. He is now majoring in Physical Education to become a gym teacher or a personal trainer. "I LOVE sushi and am a major geek. I love the idea of developing my own software and being a producer, not only a user. Seeing that expression on someone's face when their problem has been resolved -- that's a priceless moment I always look forward to." As you can see, I've mentioned sushi several times. Now you know what to get me for my birthday! That's right, a random large box of sushi (spicy tuna, please!)
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Look at this face. Does it look like I have anything to complain about?
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Founder of GymForGeeks