I did not pay that much attention to the 360 view when they presented it at Google I/O. But watching this video on my phone totally blew my mind. Next step will be to try to cast this on my tv and see how that works.
The winky is the creepiest of real-life human expressions. NOTE: I suppose if your language reads from right to left, then the backwards smiley isn't really backwards. When I see a winky emoticon, I see you winking at me in real-life, & then I see myself punching you in the face part of your ...
Stuff like this is what makes me believe that we will get affordable self-driving vehicles within the next 20 years. On a separate note, videos like this explains why Amazon shareholders tend to be so bullish about the company. Amazon is constantly reinvesting rather than hoarding their profits( I am looking at you Apple).
I have been to a couple of Amazon warehouses. I have also seen countless videos of them in action. But with today's new News of Amazon Possibly shipping your package towards you, before you even order it. I thought it appropriate to share this latest & unseen videos (by me, prior to today) of Amazon in action with you G+. It is pretty amazing!
I am looking for some advice here. For one of the applications that I manage the business is requesting that we put in a "confirm e-mail" in every form where we request an email address. This is an internal application and not public facing. Does anyone know of any studies about the effectiveness of this or best practices to follow. My thought is that it is better to keep forms short and users will simply copy paste the email address anyway. But what I think is not important. I just want to make sure that I provide the proper advice to my business partners.
If you're putting it on every form, then it's not going to be hard to code. Reuse the same validation code and reuse the same form code.
If you're pulling from an internal app, then do you already have access to identifying information? Also, take into consideration that users may not be tied to a machine. I can walk over and use someone else's computer, etc.
Flood 1 : Audi 0. I had never seen flooding in Mississauga, but apparently we got record rainfall. All the traffic lights had stopped working which was a bit scary and 80% of the city had lost power.
I am loving the new swipe keyboard on android 4.2. I used to think that tablets were more for content consumption than creation. However the swipe keyboards may change that perspective. I have been using swiftkey so far, but this is so much better. It needs further improvements(or maybe I need to learn some hidden tricks) for quickly switching to numbers and special characters. I was actually able to type a regular english sentence faster on my phone than my keyboard. #swype#androidkeyboard