The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that Google is finally killing off Chrome OS in favor of Android. This prompted Google to backpedal a little too vigorously, with Android/Chome OS engineering head Hiroshi Lockheimer sounding like he just went out and bought two Chromebooks to make a point. But the Journal's point is sound. Chrome OS is just the latest iteration of the eternal IT dream of thin-client computing, which only ever really wo...
+Robert Niles wrong use of the term. The equivalence is art and free expression. Do you have a degree in philosophy? If not, then you should not attempt to use terms you do not understand. That will make you look foolish.
I've tried searching for the answer to this, but to no avail... When I post a photo to a community, I notice there's also a popup link on the photo that says Don Yates's Photos which takes you to all my photos that have been uploaded to Photos. How do I prevent public access to all of those photos? I'm sure the answer must be under my nose but... I looked there twice! Thanks in advance.
Older pic of breezeway(?) of First United Methodist Church in Ft. Worth, TX (USA); handheld with my trusty Nexus 4 - edited with One Touch... and something else(?). I loved that phone, though the Lollipop release was a bit "iffy". I don't believe I've taken any photospheres since I got my current phone (LG G3). They broke ground on this beautiful bldg. on the morning of Oct. 29, 1929.