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Jerry Hatchett
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A look back at some of Mississippi State fanatic Stingray's prognostication results during the 2015 college football season.
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This is something I've had no trouble with in the past, but I can't get it to work now. Using Tasker and AutoInput to fill in a password in an app and then click either the "unlock" icon or the ENTER key on the keyboard. Either one will successfully open the app.

I have no problem getting the app open, selecting the password field, entering the password, etc., but I cannot get AutoInput to make that final click that submits the password and opens the app. Driving me nuts.

Marshmallow on Nexus 6. 
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Hmm, maybe that app is protected somehow... sorry, must be how the creators intended it to work. It's probably for the best :)
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Crowdfunding: Is anyone really looking out for the buyer?
To my faithful blog readers:  This entry has little to do with writing, but as members of the online community, we all have a vested interest in the topic. Please give it a read. Crowdfunding is all the rage, allowing innovators to bring exciting new produc...
To my faithful blog readers:  This entry has little to do with writing, but as members of the online community, we all have a vested interest in the topic. Please give it a read. Crowdfunding is all the rage, allowing inno...
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A new blog post with a self-explanatory title...:)
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SPACE: An Old Frontier?
Circa 2008 I did the "VIP" tour here at NASA. (Anyone can do it; you just pay something like $80 for the tour instead of the normal $15 or whatever it is.) You get a lot more access, see a lot of the real work going on behind the scenes, eat with the engine...
Circa 2008 I did the "VIP" tour here at NASA. (Anyone can do it; you just pay something like $80 for the tour instead of the normal $15 or whatever it is.) You get a lot more access, see a lot of the real work going on behind...
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I'm a paid subscriber but my AutoApps reports that I am unlicensed. Suggestions? 
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Thanks +Jerry Hatchett what happens when you try to click the subscribe button again?
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Any engineers seeing this? Would love your thoughts on the relevant portion of this entry!
To my faithful blog readers:  This entry has little to do with writing, but as members of the online community, we all have a vested interest in the topic. Please give it a read. Crowdfunding is all the rage, allowing inno...
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Indeed, Kelly.
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For Fellow Writers, and Readers Who Like to Peek Behind the Curtain
As an author, I'm very reader-centric, so I rarely post entries geared toward other writers. Every now and then, however, I get the urge. Like today. This little missive started out as a response to a question I saw on a Facebook group but by the end, it ha...
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Scott, I bought your app a while back after talking with you on the SmartThings forum about it. Just now getting a chance to really play with it. Do you happen to have a tutorial anywhere for the basics of feeding info from SmartThings devices into HAM Bridge and then out to Indigo?
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Just found 'em. ;)
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Russell Blake » Amazing Times
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I was talking with another author, who does extremely well as an indie, and we started comparing numbers. He/she will earn close to two mill

The Hillary Letters
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Correspondence between a young Hillary Clinton and Saul Alinsky in 1971.

Russell Blake » Three Years Come and Gone
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I was reminded yesterday by a friend that my third year of self-publishing passed in June and I didn't even blog about it. That should tell

SEVEN UNHOLY DAYS - A TECHNOTHRILLER
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As a Christmas and New Year celebration, I'll be posting a chapter a day from my current technothriller. I hope you enjoy, but be warned: IT

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The Projectionist: Chapter 8
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Chapter 8 Alice often didn’t know why she did the things she did. Or at least she didn’t know at the time she did them. She just acted. Or r

Pawnbroker
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Gray Bolton's life as a pawnbroker in a Mississippi town is good. He has a beautiful family and the future looks bright. Then an armed robbe

A big HOWDY from Texas!
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While I've done a bit of blogging in the past, this is the official first entry in this blog devoted purely to story. Fear not; I'll not get

Ole Miss Is SEC's New Team to Watch
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There's no shortage of storylines this spring in the SEC. Will LSU rebuild or reload? Can the new coaches get things turned around at Auburn

Winners and Losers of Ole Miss' Amazing Signing Day Class
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The Ole Miss Rebels were the stars of national signing day on Wednesday, closing strong with No. 1 overall prospect Robert Nkemdiche , No. 4

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And not a Rebel was sleeping...
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At least not any Ole Miss Rebel who follows football recruiting. It's an anxious evening, much like the night before Christmas. National Sig

I'd give them six stars if I could! I'm very particular about meat and that especially applies to steak. When I walk into almost any grocery store in town and ask for some nice Del Monico cuts, I'm usually in for a ten-minute lesson to the meatcutter on what I'm asking for. Not at Ainsworth! When I ask for them there, they start reaching for meat. I also love how the same person stays with you and helps you throughout your stay. Great meat all the way around, a huge difference in what you get there versus what you get at the grocery stores. Has a very old-fashioned, "small town" feel I love, as well.
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Super-talented videographer, works very hard, professional and courteous to the nth degree. Turns out gorgeous wedding videos and very effective corporate/educational/promo work, as well. Affordable on top of all that.
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Slow service, cashiers who have been there forever and openly whine and gripe about this and that while checking you out, few smiles encountered from employees. I live three minutes away and the only time I visit this Randall's is when I need something quickly that they have a decent shot of having. There are a number of things that I expect to find in any decent-sized grocery store that they never have, and I've also gotten a lot of things there that had been on the shelf a long time.
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Such a mixed bag. The people up front at the registers are always friendly and helpful, and they keep an eye on the lines and quickly open new registers if needed. Then there's the pharmacy. Despite the ultra-convenient location for me, I stopped using CVS as my pharmacy and drive twice as far to a Walgreens because the staff here consistently did such a poor during the year or so that I used them. Not particularly friendly or helpful. Lots of different faces from visit to visit. And worst of all, they seemed to screw up something every month on my prescriptions. The worst I recall is going to pick up some prescription and being told it was $300+, despite it being some really old drug that's been available as generic for literally decades. When I commented that I couldn't believe this particular med wasn't on their cheap $X-per-month plan, they replied with something like, "Oh, it is. But you have to pay $15 per year to get those prices." Well gee, it didn't occur to them to say, "Sir, you can pay $15 per year and the price of this med will drop from $300 per month to $8 per month. Would you like to do that?"
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Great branch for Wells Fargo. Always friendly and genuinely helpful if they can be.
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I kinda stumbled across this little independent pizza shop and absolutely love it. Great food, typically 30%-40% less than the chains, and great service. I particularly love the garlic bread, calzones, and the spaghetti with meatballs. GOOD STUFF!
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I'm not a big Sears guy, but I love this hardware store. The people give me solid help if I need it and leave me alone if I don't. They have a good selection of mainstream and oddball items, and I typically find what I need there, at a decent price.
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