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Anybody know a tutorial on how to implement the new 'hamburger' action bar icon for sliding menus?

And it is only appropriate for menus, or also for master-detail layouts? (E.g., would the attached picture warrant the new menu icon instead of the standard 'up' button?)
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+Jacob Jacobsen it doesnt explicity say that the hamburger glyph should be only used with DrawerLayout. Actually thats the standard way in SlidingMenu implementation. That being said, my library doesnt follow the design guidelines perfectly. On another note, the google maps app uses the same thing but not in the action bar but at bottom to open sliding pane. This is a new pattern. Its good as long as its not an "anti-pattern"
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At the Window by Winslow Homer, 1872, Princeton University Art Museum. Explore the details at: http://g.co/artproject/gsyn
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The Crow and the Pitcher

Coming upon a pitcher of water left in a garden, the crow tries to drink from it, but there is only a little water left at the bottom, and his beak can’t reach it. Having thought for a while, the crow came up with a the solution, dropping in pebbles until the water level rose enough for him to drink. An Aesop Fable

Modern researchers have repeated this classic story in an experiment, with a slight twist. Instead of dehydrating the bird they presented it with a tasty worm floating in the water. 
The rooks that Emery and Bird(!) used in their experiment replicated the fable almost to a fault. They thought about it for a while, sizing up the problem and using the pebbles to make the water rise.
In fact they went one better, rather than picking random pebbles they chose them for size and went for the most efficient solution. "It's as if they were estimating the number of stones they needed right from the start,"

Emery and Bird also reflect on the similarity in intelligence between crows and primates, a group for which it is generally excepted that they are highly intelligent
Our data also provide further evidence for the idea of convergent cognitive evolution in these two distantly related groups. This is particularly interesting because the brains of birds and mammals are structurally very different.

Article in Sciencehttp://goo.gl/bFrKQ (with video!)
Full paper in Current Biologyhttp://goo.gl/Hzype (more videos and graphs)
Aesops's fable: http://www.mythfolklore.net/aesopica/oxford/453.htm
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