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How do I stop people from adding events to my calendar? I get pop up reminders for events I never saw nor accepted.

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I recently acquired a 2012 #BMW #S1000RR ... and am lovin' it! I loaded it up for a two -week trip so it will be business AND pleasure.
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Looking for tire recommendations for my #Corvette #C5 #Z06, must be super grippy and fit stock rims.

Some sample times for production, non-modified cars on the Nürburgring:

7:24 Nissan GT-R ($100k)
7:26 Ferrari Enzo ($1m)
7:38 Porsche 911 Turbo ($148k)
7:56 Chevy Corvette C5 Z06 ($52k)
8:03 Aston Martin V8 Vantage ($150k)
8:28 Porsche 911 Carrera ($84k)

I hate to admit that the #Nissan beat a million dollar #Ferrari and took first prize.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Nürburgring_Nordschleife_lap_times

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Wish I were there!!!
We’ve got Georgia on our mind!

[Weekend Schedule]: http://nas.cr/lgXh
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Nexus 7 LTE release date imminent, makes appearance in China http://disq.us/8erukh

My definition of sports car tiers:
Tier IV: 100-150hp, 0-60 in 7-9secs, skidpad 0.7g e.g. Mazda Miata
Tier III: 200-250hp, 0-60 in 6-7secs, 0.8g e.g. Boxster, Honda S2000
Tier II: 300-350hp, 0-60 in 5-6 secs, 0.9g e.g. Carerra, Nissan Z370
Tier I: 400-up hp, 0-60 in 3-4 secs, 1.0+ e.g. Corvette, Carerra Turbo, Ferrari, Lamborghini, most things $500k and up

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Quick instructions to enable S/MIME encryption in Apple Mail on a Mac.  (I wrote this for my bro-in-law and thought I would share.)

1. Configure the Apple Mail app to use your preferred email account.

2. Request a certificate for yourself and specify that address.  Note that it matters, because it's the only address with which you'll be able to encrypt or decrypt messages.  Your email address must match your certificate.

http://www.instantssl.com/ssl-certificate-products/free-email-certificate.html

You'll get an email back with a link to "install" it into your Mac.  It'll go into your Keychain.

3. Open Apple Mail and send someone message.  Check the box in the lower right corner of the address pane.  When you hang your mouse over it, it will say "Click to turn on/off digital signing for this message."

4. After that, your conversation will be signed and encrypted.  Notice the padlock icon next to the signing button.  It will hence become a locked padlock icon.
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