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Sprint's 26 minutes of advertising was a real wiener
Sprint tweeted an advertisement that very much didn't look like what I think they wanted it to look like.
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Sitting here enjoying my time out from XDA.

What, no I didn't get banned. I'm just not going there today, got stuff to do and haven't done anything. Yes, this post is as useful and meaningful as most of the posts I see saying people are enjoying their timeouts.
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I see four people on Google+. These are Quincy Williams, Koushik Dutta,  Zach Coma, and Alex Cruz. Yup, that's it. fifteen pages down and other than "What's Hot" nada.

I'm not sure if Google+ broke, I'm just realizing this now, or you can't operate the internet at 0.12abv
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Hey all. I've got both a work and personal project I'm hoping you'd be interested in participating in. Some of you who have been over have seen the frame I'm testing. Long story short it's designed to give to someone you love and then you can update the photos via a website or email. Alternately you can just use it as a WiFi photo frame and edit your playlists from a computer anywhere in the world.

The email portion is what I'm interested in for both personal and story angle. If you're interested in participating I'd like you to email my photo frame some of your favorite pictures or things you want showing up in my former dining room. They can be of you, kittens, the one ring to rule them all, etc.

The one thing about the frame is I'll need to know what email you're coming from to authorize you as a sender. This prevents a random person from posting dick pics to the frame. This also allows me to go and beat up random friends who do this and make my baby wonder what's going on.

If you're interested in participating in this, send me an email at nopking@gmail.com from the address you'll be sending pictures from. I'll reply with the photo frame's email address after I've set you up. Your photos will enter my house and perhaps be seen by all.
On the work side of this, I'll have an article for the infinity of blogs I write for and a picture of your picture in the frame might make it to there unless you don't want it to and then it won't.

Everyone who gets approved can send in pictures, but keep in mind that I know who sent in anything and I've got a two year old who watches the frame occasionally to look at pictures of "that baby" which is her... so no wangs...
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It's a Nixplay something - sorry, not got the thing in front of me at the moment. As I recall it's got 2 or 3 inputs (USB, Micro-SD, internal storage?) that it can play off of and also a 10-gb lifetime free service that's accessed over WiFi. You can find it on Amazon, has a serious ton of decent reviews.

I'm sort of at a loss to why they sent it to me as it appears to be doing well and I'm usually only considered before things are doing well or right after they tank.
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Hey gang, I'm going to mention this as it's possibly the most important piece of software news I've ever reported on.

The long and short of it is there's now basically no walls, hardware or operating system, that will prevent you from running an Android application on any system capable of running Chrome.

These include, PC, Mac, Chromebook at the moment.

Why does this matter? A developer can write for one device and now the entire world can have it, they don't have to write for 15 screen sizes, 4 phone operating systems, 5 computer operating systems, etc.

Google released it to the wild, like they released Gmail 11 years ago, on April 1st.

Just letting you know they may have changed the playing field entirely without making a big deal about it.
Using ARC Welder in Chrome on most platforms allows you to run Android applications underneath Chrome.
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Probably old, but I'd buy it
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Give developers info they need with Andy Log - If you’ve done much ROM flashing you probably have run into support threads that tell you to supply a logcat or don’t bother asking for support. For most who don’t deal with cutting edge development, this involves figuring out how to dump it, get it off the phone, then upload it to the support forum. What’s worse is when you now need to include build.prop, kernel parameters, Kmsg, and a series of other files in order to hel... http://ow.ly/2WJU2e
Andy Log is a root application that compiles all the log files you need to provide a developer and places them in one easy-to-reach file for sending.
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After reading a few things that unfortunately came across my feeds, I think I have divined the manual for how to craft a viral baby blog post that profits the author directly. Find a fear, exploit that fear This is pretty self evident. Pick a fear a…
It seems that most of the viral baby blog posts I see contain these specific items. Feel free to ass more.
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UU AppPurifier: root-style control for unrooted - UU AppPurifier is an interesting application in that it gives an unrooted user some measure of root-style control over other applications, and the way it does it is really interesting and we’ll get into that but here are the feature highlights: Disable apps from auto launching Individual permission toggles for privacy Hide location and phone model by app Privacy invasion detection You might not want an app launching at s... http://ow.ly/2XYAmm
UU AppPurifier extracts and repackages other apps to remove permissions, change startup options, and help the unrooted take control of their privacy
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So I went to Dev-Host to grab an LG root exploit and was directed to a malware site because I didn't think that the big orange "download" button was an ad.

Malware site downloads an EXE.... the blue button downloaded the zip.

So yeah, Dev-Host, seriously avoid it like the plague until they stop partnering with scamvertisers.
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So yeah, April Fools release of ARC Welder, an extension that allows you to run Android applications under Chrome. This means PC, Mac, Chromebook, all now run Android.

They went from a 50% market reach to nearly 100% by releasing an extension on April 1st... ah Google.. y'all're nerds.

Also, yes, this is huge
Using ARC Welder in Chrome on most platforms allows you to run Android applications underneath Chrome.
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Help name my kid!
A pregnancy announced on April 1st with a Star Wars theme? Seems legit.
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Occupation
IT manager, landlord, Android developer
Employment
  • NoPking Properties
    owner, 2001 - present
  • Filmhouse
    IT manager, 2000 - present
  • Ascendant Media
    IT manager, 2000 - 2007
  • Bluestar / Covad
    Tier 1 support, 2000 - 2000
  • Kita PC
    Computer technician, 1997 - 1999
  • USDA
    temp technician, 1997 - 1997
  • Computer Exchange
    Computer technician, 1996 - 1997
  • Big Orange Computers
    Computer Technician, 1995 - 1996
  • Power Play Family Entertainment
    Manager, 1991 - 1995
  • Pretzel Time
    temp mgr, 1993 - 1993
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Nashville, TN
Previously
Farmingdale, New York
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Tagline
I write, fix computers, ride motorcycles, do landlording, am a programmer, write occasionally for goodandevo and pocketables, run mildlydisturbed.com, and can mass deploy customized android tabs
Introduction
Paul Erin King is a native Nashvillian, lived in New York for a couple of years in the late 90's, was Tennessee first prosecuted non-religious home schooled case as far as can be told, operates five houses, currently holds down six part time jobs, and is an associate editor for a couple of blogs along with being an IT director for a film production company.

He's right or left wing depending on what you're talking about, and doesn't feel the need to discuss it ;)
Bragging rights
I've been to Australia, ran from a mugger at warp speed, wrote a BBS back in the day, 20+ year vegetarian, and do a lot of random things.
Education
  • Nashville State Community College
    IT, 1988 - 1997
  • Vanderbilt University
    Cognitive Psychology, 1991 - 1991
  • home
    Computers, 1983 - 1991
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nopking, mildlydisturbed, His Dudeship, Paulerin King, Paul E King