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Unfortunately, anonymous emailing and commenting is now disabled, except for public posts. There are too many trollers, ignorants and bullies on the Internet and I don't have the time to filter them all. Sorry! :-)
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  • Autor de Direito das Telecomunicações e Internet Banda Larga DSL, ISBN 978-85-7315-983-7.
    Author of Telecommunications Law and DSL Broadband Internet (translation), ISBN 978-85-7315-983-7.

  • Autor do app para smartphones Android Tábua de Marés Brasil
    Author of the Android smartphone app Tide Tables Brazil.
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Hopefully, easy sharing of pics so I don't need to hand my devices over when family wants to see them.
 
Looks like the rumors are true.
We've been hearing for a very long time - virtually ever since Vic Gundotra left Google+, with more rumors springing up recently - that Photos would be spl... by Liam Spradlin in Exclusives, Google, Leaks, News
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Could someone explain to me the behavior mentioned in the question?

Basically, I'm drawing two concentric paths, one smaller than the other but otherwise identical, and I'm filling them with the EVEN_ODD algorithm. In short, this leaves me with a polygon with a "hole" in its center (after all, it is an odd/even/odd fill).

The problem is, if I add rounded corners using the appropriate CornerPathEffect, I seem to lose the even odd fill.

Why?

Thanks for any assistance!
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Curious about The New Screen Savers? (twit.tv/tnss) I'll do an AMA with the team starting today at 3p PDT. reddit.com/r/iama 
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Finally! 😏
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I know a few people in my circles would go gaga at this!
Whether you plan to go hiking, camping, boating, or stay in a hotel, Minipresso compactness makes it the ideal espresso machine to slide into your bag, backpack.
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When someone does an you better than yourself.
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What a stupid death. That's why I hope initiatives like automated cars become the norm sooner rather than later.
John Forbes Nash Jr., the famed mathematician and inspiration for the film "A Beautiful Mind," and wife Alicia died in a car crash Saturday in New Jersey.
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Interesting.
Power has a way of flowing away from the varied, strange, beautiful little leaf nodes and into the unaccountable, unimaginative, ever-hungry center.
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This #photosphere turned out awesomely awesome. Try to see it in a Google Cardboard and thank me later! 👌

These are cherry trees blossoming in the Cherry Esplanade, Brooklyn Botanical Garden, by the way.
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#Google #EarthDay questionnaire. I just had to be a giant squid!
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April 2015 Material Design Spec Update

Here on the #materialdesign team at Google, we’re always listening to community feedback and looking for ways to broaden and expand the specification to better fit the needs of designers everywhere. Today we’re publishing an update to google.com/design/spec that draws on extensive conversations we’ve had with designers and developers over the past few months. The update includes 7 new sections, as well as refinements to content in existing sections.

Some highlights:

Data tables: guidance on presenting data sets, particularly in desktop products
Units and measurements: a description of the different units used in material design, including guidance on using density-independent pixels (DPs)
App structure: suggestions for top-level navigation in your app
Component sticker sheet for After Effects to help streamline your motion design workflow
Floating action buttons now have their own section, with added guidance on behavior and transitions
• Updated guidance on Typography, Cards, Dialogs, Tabs and Scrolling.

For all the gory details, check out the What’s New section in the spec: goo.gl/3aB3xM
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We (4) tried to have a late lunch, and apparently all places close in the middle of the afternoon. Gladly, Cuts was open so we decided to try it, and we were glad we did! I had the ribeye, which was delicious, not salty and well done (like I ordered) but still juicy. The side of asparagus was excellent, and so were the baked potato and brussel sprouts. Other orders were a chicken and a pasta with shrimp, which were great according to the people who had it, or so they told me. I also had creme bruleé, which was also good (not stellar, but still tasted very well and was well displayed in the plate). We were followed by an older waiter who was empathetic and helpful. The owner (or manager) was also present supervising. In the end, I congratulated him for the great experience we had. If I ever visit Atlanta again, I will make sure to stop there again.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Pra quem quer comer muita pizza com pouca qualidade.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A dia que passa, o atendimento fica pior. A nova agora é trazer prato sem as porções de acompanhamento, isso sem falar no serviço lixo que é prestado: Demora dos serventes, que é algo certo mesmo quando está vazio. Pra quem gosta, a diversidade de cachaças é o ponto forte. Funciona melhor como bar que como restaurante. Vale lembrar que foi fechado recentemente devido a condições sanitárias impróprias. Mas de nada adianta, todo dia está cheio mesmo!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Bom cardápio, boa comida (nada de outro mundo). O ambiente é bom e espaçoso, em geral não muito barulhento. O que estraga um pouco é o serviço. Tem dias, mesmo quando o restaurante está vazio, que o serviço é simplesmente inexistente. Os garçons ficam batendo cabeça sem saber o que fazer. Às vezes deliberadamente evitam passar perto da mesa ou olhar, para não serem requisitados. Ocasionalmente seu pedido fica pronto e eles esquecem, e quando chega está frio. E é porque eles seguem o sistema de gorjeta (preço não inclui gorjeta, e o cliente paga separado). Imagine se não fosse!
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Public - a year ago
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Ainda é o melhor restaurante de João Pessoa, quando se contabiliza sabor, decoração e atendimento. Os garçons não são apáticos (como no Nau). Ocasionalmente o serviço pode deixar a desejar, se estiver muito cheio, mas só quem tem olho atento pra perceber. Infelizmente, agora permite-se bebida alcoólica, coisa que antes não existia. Continua sendo o melhor da cidade, muito embora não seja sombra do que um dia já foi.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Andaram melhorando bastante a qualidade. Recomendo! Entrega chega rápido. Talvez um pouco caro para o que oferece.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago