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"correlation != causation"
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Unix time just turned 1,500,000,000. That is a whole lot of seconds from Jan 01 1970!

July 13th at 2140 CST, the Unix epoch flipped over to 1500000000.
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DBeaver is now in community-testing repository.
This is one of my favourites tools and I use it daily for my job.
A fantastic multi database tool to query and develop your databases, compatible with a lot of DB drivers and any other JDBC driver class.
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A subway-style diagram of the major Roman roads, based on the Empire of ca. 125 AD.

Really cool!

http://sashat.me/2017/06/03/roman-roads/
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A pretty interesting piece of speculation. Is Andromeda actually an umbrella name for a new system based on Fuchsia OS and by that a replacement for the Linux base? At least there are some interesting hints in that direction.
via +Thorsten Leemhuis
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Hi, Everybody...

This is not a bug report or a feature request... It's a...

Well, read on to find out...

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3 years, 6 months and 23 days ago I received an email receipt from Google PlayStore, emblazoned with the words Thank You at the top.

I had just parted company with the trivial sum of exactly £2.60 - and using the then newly released (in the UK) PlayStore top-up cards, Nova Prime was an absolute must have purchase.

I couldn't have imagined back then, just how much of an integral part of my Android life Nova would eventually become.

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Other apps come and go, Custom ROMs come and go, other launchers come and go...

And other developers fall by the way side, but Kevin Barry and his Nova Launcher IS the magnetic lodestone. It always points True North. It always points towards Home.

It is the the quintessential Home Launcher for Android.

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It would be a lie for me to say I haven't tried other launchers and found some great features in those launchers. But I always eventually come Home, back to Nova. Because of its resilience and reliability, its unmatched smoothness, its features, its finesse and polish and above all...

...because Kevin Barry has not yet finished with Nova. I suspect there's more, much more, to come in future releases.

Beta cycle after Beta cycle, there's always something new, exciting and interesting added into the mix.

Indefatigable in his ongoing development work, I sense Kevin Barry is endeavouring to perfect the Perfect Launcher.

And all for just £2.60 - Of all the many apps I've bought over the past three and half years, Nova has and continues to be amazingly good value for money.

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So, in conclusion, the 'Thank You' I received from PlayStore back in 2013 after purchasing Nova Prime...

...I'd like to reciprocate that by saying to Kevin and his fine team of moderator's, and I suspect I echo the sentiments of many when I say this...

A Huge...
Massive...
Gigantic...
Enormous...
Brobdingnagian...
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~THANK YOU~

...for Nova Launcher.

"The de-facto Gold Standard by which all other launchers should be measured. I can't imagine running Android without it."
~ My PlayStore review of Prime, June 2016.

Kind Rgrds,
Ged.
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