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What do Europeans think of each other? In 2013, most Europeans regarded Greece or Italy as the least trustworthy nation, Germany as most trustworthy. Italians appeared to not even trust themselves. Germany, however, was also widely regarded as the most arrogant nation—and the least compassionate http://econ.st/1FXpBA3
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This is just a perfect story!
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Hahaha this is so true, just bend the iPhone 6 around your wrist and voilà! Forget the iwatch... #bendgate
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Novo circuito pedonal dá a conhecer a Cerca Velha de Lisboa: http://publico.pt/1671004
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The story behind this $38 million Ferrari: http://onforb.es/1sijj8O
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The Art of Unblocking Websites Without Committing Crimes - Last month UK police took down several torrent site proxies and arrested their owner. Now a UK developer has created a new & free service that not only silently unblocks any website without falling foul of the law, but one that will eventually become available to all under a GPL 3.0 license. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and anonymous VPN services. http://ow.ly/2NZcMb

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Today’s 30-second #AndroidDev #Protip from +Ankur Kotwal  is about maximizing the availability of your apps across devices of all sizes and densities.

Have you ever published an app to Google Play only to find that it wasn’t available on some devices? One common reason is because of the use of the <compatible-screens> [0] element in your manifest. Using this element can dramatically reduce the potential user base for your application, by not allowing users to install your app if they have a device with a screen configuration you haven't listed. Continued use of <compatible-screens> will result in your app being unavailable to devices every time a new density is added.

Some developers use <compatible-screens> to hide their app from tablets on Google Play. A far superior strategy is to enable installation on tablets and make micro-optimizations by bumping up the size of text, media and margins using dimension resource qualifiers (e.g. res/values-w600dp/dimens.xml). These changes—which often take less than an hour to implement—are the fastest way to ensure a great experience for the millions of Android tablet users that are eagerly awaiting your app. To learn more, see the guide on Supporting Multiple Screens [1]. 

Also see Filters on Google Play [2] for more information about how Google Play filters applications using this and other manifest elements.

[0] <compatible-screens> developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/compatible-screens-element.html
[1] Supporting Multiple Screens developer.android.com/guide/practices/screens_support.html
[2] Filters on Google Play developer.android.com/google/play/filters.html
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#PL118 #PL246: "Aliás, a nova lei da cópia privada colocará Portugal muito perto do topo da lista no que diz respeito a este tipo de taxação no âmbito da União Europeia. Talvez seja também por isso que os defensores da lei preferem refugiar-se numa suposta obrigação resultante de directiva europeia (que não obriga a este modelo de aplicação específico), insinuar que a mesma visa combater a pirataria (o que foi já explicitamente considerado ilegal pelo Tribunal Europeu de Justiça) ou sugerir que os consumidores não sofrerão com ela (o que desafia noções básicas sobre a incidência de impostos sobre o consumo). No fundo, estamos perante um reconhecimento tácito de que, nos seus próprios termos, a nova lei da cópia privada é tão absurda que se torna indefensável."

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This is amazing. Android apps now able to run on any major desktop OS such as Apple OS X, Linux, MS-Windows and Chrome OS. Download https://github.com/vladikoff/chromeos-apk

#linux   #andriod   #apple   #osx   #chromeos   #mswindows  
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Tracking Google Sheet views with Google Analytics using GA Beacon: http://bit.ly/1DmwQyO - really clever technique. This should also work with Google Docs, just setup an onOpen hook! Analytics ftw.

P.S. Sadly, Apps Script is not (yet?) available for Presentations.
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