I used to use Google Notebook until it was discontinued. Then I switched to Google Docs until something else came around. So I switched to Google Keep when it came around but I'm still waiting for a few features to be implemented to make it even more usable. Of all three I mostly liked the first. Because it offered what I actually needed.
But this tool looks even better because it's made exactly for the things I used Google Notebook in the first place. Business ideas. And it seems to deliver all this in a nice looking and simple to use package without the bells and whistles and complexities that distract us from executing those ideas in the first place.
This actually seems I could benefit from using.
An additional accompanying mobile app would be even more beneficial because ideas pop into our heads when we're away from daily chores work behind the computer.
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If it turns out that Scotland won't become independent it would only mean that they started referendum with the wrong reason - money/greed.
Claiming independence is done when a nation is being suppressed. When can't be fully free. In Scotland I think that wasn't the case. Scottish independence proponents knew very well that Scotland could be financially better off on its own because they have oil. That's true, but greed alone regardless how they pack it for the general public is the wrong reason to seek independence.
Independence referendums are won with a vast majority being pro. Independence referendums aren't supposed to be won by almost a tie...
Something isn't right in Scottish independence if they barely win or loose it.
Parameter null value checking code is something we frequently write at the beginning of method body to avoid null reference runtime exceptions.
Many developers tried simplifying this process using different techniques but the one I'm going to show here is a bit different.
Because they're doing it great!
This is what can happen and I'm one of the affected clients! Hopefully I'll get my repos backups. I don't care too much about history as long as I can regain my long developed projects.
If you haven't already I strongly suggest you first read John Papa's AngularJS styleguide . It's a magnificent document of an evolving set of AngularJS development best practices. Among them there's also one that says to abolish $scope use and rather provid...
Previously we had to do it in some sort of hackish way:
1. Write your post
2. Provide poll answers as comments
3. Lock comments
And people were able to +1 comments that they liked best. And that's how polls used to work. Up until now.
Recent Google's purchase bears fruit already. And it's polls in G+. Now all you have to do is click Poll icon when creating your post and a new form will display below content where you'll be able to add your poll options and an optional image to make it pop (as images make posts stand out).
Happy times folks!
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I'm currently building an AngularJS application and so far I've never needed to actually execute $scope.$apply as I've always found a better way of doing the same thing making things more proper.
But this time I won't be able to tell Angular that my model has changed without actually calling the $apply function.
So I started reading about it a bit and found out that this article really nicely summes it all up. A very nice read indeed.
Microsoft apparently built an OS for POS machines based on Windows XP service pack 3.The best thing about this system is that it's supported until 2019. So if you have hard time parting from your abandoned OS, here's your chance to keep it churning for me next 5 more years.
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