Feb 292012
 
 Posted by on UTC 2012.02.29Wed at 13:59 laptop furniture M06BIC 1 Response »

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  1. M0689U: Thread Subject

  1. Title=(mobile OR portable) laptop (cart OR desk OR stand) M06MLC http://1.JotHere.com/M067S8

  2. M06ALX: IS & IS-NOT

  1.  M06AMQ: IS

  1. M0685F: an example:

    YOUR PRICE: $49.99
    OfficeMax Mobile Laptop Cart
    OfficeMax Mobile Laptop Cart,
    Avg. Customer Rating: 1.0 out of 5 1.0 out of 5
    Laptop Cart with ergonomic tilting top.

    • Item # : 22435777
    • Mfg # : OM04458
    • Ships in# : 1 to 3 days
  2. M06ANX: IS NOT

  1. M06AO9: without legs able to raise it desk height
  1. M06AP6: an example
Feb 262012
 
 Posted by on UTC 2012.02.26Sun at 14:26 computer LYBMZ2 1 Response »

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  1. M00PGO: What/Subject

  1. M00PHW: text displayed by a GUI in/on a window/screen: copying it to the clipboard and searching for it: why & how

  2. M00SKL: Closely related & sometimes involved:
  1. M00SLAScreen scraping
  • M00PMS: Why?

    1. M00RGL: for reasons I’m guessing most people don’t automatically/intuitively realize

    1. M00RHE: as the need & benefit seems high but I find little support for this
    2. M00RNC: so why I’m listing this motivation section first!
  • M00S1K: The need & benefit seem high

    1. Why? See next point
  • M00P[……]MORE

  • Feb 202012
     

    M723DM: Please comment here! -simply create an account if you don’t yet have one; the version ID of this post is the ID of the last entry of its history.

    1. Motivation (for this post)

      1. LZPRUC: Initially on response to Lucy’s email: Will You Share Your Expertise with Android Users?, yes, I can create & present for this the short talk, “LZPRJD=Google Voice is great for most everyone”.
    2. LZPRV1: Why you need it (Google Voice)

      1. M22W4W: In a nutshell: A few of my smart tech friends, who also often spot future tech before anyone else does, were getting onto g Google Voice[……]MORE
    Feb 162012
     
     Posted by on UTC 2012.02.16Thu at 04:13 Meetup.com/OCAndroid LQEI1C​ No Responses »

    Version 0.6

    1. LZH7Z4: Problem description & some fixes:
    1. LZH80A: On LittleIris (Win7 Starter Netbook), about every other page has download interruptions
    2. LZH81K: On Iris4 (a Kubuntu 11.10 laptop), only 1 in about 4 page downloads actually succeed.
    3. LZH832: Another user Bill says it seems the connection resets every couple minutes.
    4. LZH7LW:  The router is Linksys WRT54G 8.1 serial #MDF00GC06598, mac 001D7E08D685d.
    1. LZH9QT: Saved present settings to http://0.JotHere.com\L8IPUB\JIT_archive_LJNZCF\.com\.smart-soft\_item\LinkSys\MDF00GC06598\http\
    1. LZH98Ehttp://192.168.[……]MORE
    Feb 132012
     
     Posted by on UTC 2012.02.13Mon at 18:29 Uncategorized No Responses »
    1. LZCWQT:   Subject

    1. last mod pst2012.02.13Mon1903; version 1.2
    2. title=a spreadsheet custom/user-function automatically telling/determining/finding which cell it’s being invoked-in/called-from, including the row, column, sheet, & spreadsheet http://1.JotHere.com/LZCWXU
    3. LZCX6T:  A spreadsheet custom/user-function

    1. LZD0A0:  definition: a user-defined function which can be called in the formula of a cell of a spreadsheet.
    1. LZCX8P:  official definition–
    1. LZCZ6Tin Google Spreadsheet: a “custom function”
    1. LZCZB2:  –very incomplete definition, including it[……]MORE
    Feb 122012
     
    1. LZ7QSU:   Subject:
    1. Version 0.85
    2. Last mod pst2012.02.12Sun2242
    3. title=(Linux Live USB Creator=LiLi) for Kubuntu 11.10 with Portable-VirtualBox and (enough persistence for the OS to fully update itself) http://1.JotHere.com/LZ7QRL
  • LZ85BC:   About (Linux Live USB Creator=LiLi)

    1. LZ85BM:   I pick it because LiLi appears to be the best on the List of tools to create Live USB systems for single-boot solutions, as it includes persistence (many don’t) and some seemingly unique features:

    1. LZ85IF:   “Auto-update: automatic updates when new Linux distributions are av[……]MORE

    Feb 112012
     

    NLZCVU

    1. NLZCUW  title history in reverse start-order:
      1. NLZCYR   now “

        repetition/repeating: as much as practical, really minimize it and make it obvious (what copied/converted from & to where & how) and automate it

        1. NLZDGF  –as this is much more accurate & clearer plus now includes the links to subtopics.
      2. NLZCXF   at 1st publish, “repetition: absolutely-minimize it else make it automated else blatant http://1.JotHere.com/LXZ8S7”
    2. NLZD02   URL(s)
      1. LXZ8S7   http://1.JotHere.com/LXZ8S7
      2. NLZDLP   http://1.JotHere.com/755#NLZCVU
    3. NLZDPV   Why[……]MORE

    Feb 042012
     
     Posted by on UTC 2012.02.04Sat at 03:15 Google Calendar :LYV8KJ No Responses »

    Version 0.5

    1. LYUSVT: The list:
      1. LYUMUS: PRO: Anyone can easily create their own calendar,
      1. LYUMW0: HUGE PRO: if using this calendar for their own calendar, the person can get notified of events by by having them appear on his/her calendar with a different color, MUCH more clean & non-disruptive than being constantly emailed individual events.
    2. LYUN02:  BIG PRO: Supports RSVPs of YES/NO/MAYBE and with reason.
    3. LYUN1S: BIG PRO: one of the top calendaring systems everywhere, that lots syncs with
    4. LYUMO3: BIG PRO: Immediately syncs (indeed is the same Calendaring system)[……]MORE
    Feb 032012
     

    LYUNVOMeetup.com‘s PROs thru CONs http://1.JotHere.com/827#LYUNVO

    1. LYUR01: Overall

      1. LYUO76: a sweet-then-bitter experience:
        1. LYUSK5: especially with one-of-kind geographic interest search  & huge group database which leads you in the door, it looks great & complete at first,
        2. LYUSKJ: indeed it looks that way for a while (one just puts problems down to “not knowing how it works”),
        3. LYUSKZ: then months later after you’re quite involved, the cons sneak up on you making you want to go elsewhere but now you’re entrapped.
      2. LYUR12: Feels the brains & brillianc[……]MORE
    Feb 032012
     

    Version 0.75; status: outlined & targeted ~90% and ~50% of the basic details (how to get there) worked-out & filled-in.

    1. LYU0ZA: Solution (under-construction)

    1. LYU10I: The overall goal

    1. LYU89R: is: gradually but as soon as one is able,

    1. LYU8ADNOT have Meetup.com be the basis of one’s groups & events & person profiles, but find-else-build other Web 2.0 sites & services for that
    2. LYU8AVbut DO use Meetup.com when & where there’s positive ROI, especially for what Meetup.com’s best at, especially when it can’t be found elsewhere (as typi[……]MORE