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With a community and plugin ecosystem as passionate as this one, it just might be impossible for any other editor to catch up. I'll show you my favorite tips and tricks today. Sublime Text 2 is currently available for all major platforms: OS X, Linux and Windows. 1 - Bleeding Edge Versions Sublime is in active development. Download a dev build of Sublime 2 here. 2 - Get a Better Icon Update: here is a better icon. In its defense, Sublime Text 2 is still in a beta state.
To integrate it, you need to replace the existing "Sublime Text 2.icns" file with this new one. Please take note of the fact that, if you're using the frequently updated development version of Sublime Text, with each update, the icon will be removed. 3 - Access the Command Palette Similar to TextMate, we can use Sublime's command palette by accessing the Tools menu, or by pressing Shift + Command + P, on the Mac.
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Progeria is one of several progeroid syndromes. The word progeria comes from the Greek words "pro" (πρό), meaning "before" or "premature", and "gēras" (γῆρας), meaning "old age". The disorder has a very low incidence rate, occurring in an estimated 1 per 8 million live births. Those born with progeria typically live to their mid teens to early twenties. It is a genetic condition that occurs as a new mutation, and is rarely inherited, as patients usually do not live to reproduce.
Although the term progeria applies strictly speaking to all diseases characterized by premature aging symptoms, and is often used as such, it is often applied specifically in reference to Hutchinson–Gilford progeria syndrome (HGPS). Signs and symptoms Cause 5 Logical Fallacies That Make You Wrong More Than You Think. The Internet has introduced a golden age of ill-informed arguments.
Tips from your local black guy. Ep. 1 - Wicker Park Visitors... : chicago. Become a Google power searcher. You may already be familiar with some shortcuts for Google Search, like using the search box as a calculator or finding local movie showtimes by typing [movies] and your zip code.
But there are many more tips, tricks and tactics you can use to find exactly what you’re looking for, when you most need it. Today, we’ve opened registration for Power Searching with Google, a free, online, community-based course showcasing these techniques and how you can use them to solve everyday problems. Supporting entrepreneurship in France at Le Camping. Entrepreneurs all around the world are building technologies that empower their communities and address both local and global audiences.
Last week, a team of Googlers from 10 countries gathered in Paris to spend time with entrepreneurs and startups at Le Camping, an accelerator program that’s part of Silicon Sentier, an association focused on supporting promising digital projects in the Ile de France region. We celebrated the results of the first two seasons of the program and welcomed the new startups for season three. Le Camping’s program selects 12 new startups each season (one season lasts six months). Using large-scale brain simulations for machine learning and A.I. You probably use machine learning technology dozens of times a day without knowing it—it’s a way of training computers on real-world data, and it enables high-quality speech recognition, practical computer vision, email spam blocking and even self-driving cars.
But it’s far from perfect—you’ve probably chuckled at poorly transcribed text, a bad translation or a misidentified image. We believe machine learning could be far more accurate, and that smarter computers could make everyday tasks much easier. Launching Google +1 Recommendations Across the Web. The playground is open. (Cross-posted on the Official Android Blog) Last year at Google I/O, we talked about momentum, mobile and more.
This year, we’re picking up right where we left off. More than 400 million Android devices have now been activated—up from 100 million last June. And twelve new Android devices are activated every every second—that’s more than 1 million a day. Today, we’re rolling out a new version of Android called Jelly Bean, adding more entertainment to Google Play, and introducing two powerful—yet distinctly different Nexus devices to bring you the best of Google.
Jelly Bean: simple, beautiful and beyond smart Jelly Bean builds on top of Ice Cream Sandwich. We’ve redesigned search from the ground up in Jelly Bean, with a new user interface and faster, more natural Voice Search. Today’s smart devices still rely on you to do pretty much everything—that is, until now. Now, you can also purchase movies in addition to renting them. Chrome for Android out of Beta! +1. For our international readers, this post is also available in French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish (Latin America, Spain). - Ed.
A year ago we started a small project called Google+—to bring friends and family closer together, and to inspire new connections through meaningful conversation. Today more than 250 million people have upgraded to Google+, and we want to give thanks. To you. Google+ Events in Google Calendar. Posted by Michelle Chen, Software Engineer Today at Google I/O, we announced Google+ Events, a new way to create, capture and share public and private events.
Google+ Events are seamlessly integrated with Google Calendar to simplify the planning process, so you’ll always know when you have something coming up. Introducing Chrome for iPhone and iPad! Android 4.1 Jelly Bean coming in July with Project Butter UI, Google Now, richer notifications. The next major upgrade to Android will be version 4.1 Jelly Bean, it has been announced at Google I/O today.
Project Butter is the major new innovation in Android 4.1, focused on making the entire UI "fast, fluid and smooth. " That includes triple buffering in the graphics pipeline, to ensure consistent frame rates with interface animations. Google's I/O demo showed two Galaxy Nexus devices side by side, one running Ice Cream Sandwich and the other on Jelly Bean, with the latter offering a significantly higher frame rate when navigating the Android UI. Google Now is a big addition from the Android team, introducing a sort of self-aware quality to Android phones — automatically updating you on your favorite sports teams in real time, learning your commute route and checking traffic, and also providing public transit information when it senses you're close to a transport station. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean emulator in pictures Previous Next View full Gallery. Live from Google I/O 2012, day one. Google I/O 2012: everything you need to know. NOISIA - Devil May Cry Soundtrack Sample.
11 Months, 3000 pictures and a lot of coffee. 11 Months, 3000 pictures and a lot of coffee. I wish I had this much patience when rebuilding engines. : videos. Terrestrial Planet Surfaces Compared to Earth's. Live from Google I/O 2012, day two. Wasted years instrument change. Offline document editing and Drive for iOS. In April, we introduced Google Drive, a place where you can create, share, and keep all your stuff. Today at the Google I/O conference we announced two new ways to get things done in the cloud: offline editing for Google documents and a Drive app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Offline document editing No internet connection? No big deal. With offline editing, you can create and edit Google documents and leave comments. 17 Things We've Loved in Web Design This Year. The world of Web design is constantly evolving and endlessly growing, and that’s exactly why it’s worth taking a step by and looking at how far we’ve come. Of course, designers and developers are never going to be purely serious (as you’ll see below), and that adds to the awesomeness of the Web.
Here’s a list of 20 things we’ve loved in 2012 so far, the useful, the funny and everything in-between: Home › Todd Walden. 7 Things I Wish I Knew Before the First Round. “The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming…” – Theodore Roosevelt The first time you raise funding for your startup is like the first time you fall in love. Finally, someone has validated that cool idea of yours by giving you money. The world is smiling. The sun is shining and there are happy unicorns on giant rainbows. You’re gonna change the world. Well, sorry to break it to you, but you’re actually just getting started. Helping to Create Better Websites: Introducing Content Experiments. Create Better Websites: Introducing Content Experiments. Humanity.TV. Humanity.TV Is the Connected Generation's Travel Channel.
Travel television programs haven't changed much over the past several decades. Two filmmakers are hoping to bring some innovation into the space, creating short HD travel documentaries for the attention span of Facebook users on a platform called Humanity.TV. Rather than focusing on destinations, each two-to-three minute short film tells the story of a local the duo met during their travels. Infographic essay on the meaning of life. SuperBetter. The Chrome Story. Your Chrome, Everywhere. Your web, everywhere. [cross-posted from the Official Google Blog] Celebrating Pride 2012. Dev Channel Update. Google Analytics Adds "Content Experiments" How To Cash In On Government As A Platform. Editor’s note: Abhi Nemani is Strategy Director at Code for America, which is a nonprofit helping develop public service opportunities for developers, designers, and entrepreneurs. The Code for America Accelerator is providing seed funding, support, and networking for startups interested in working in the civic space.
Education is undergoing a startling revolution: Let’s support it! Rob Nail, CEO Singularity University[/caption] Pareto principle. The Pareto principle (also known as the 80–20 rule, the law of the vital few, and the principle of factor sparsity) states that, for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. Management consultant Joseph M. Juran suggested the principle and named it after Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, who, while at the University of Lausanne in 1896, published his first paper "Cours d'économie politique.
" Essentially, Pareto showed that approximately 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the population; Pareto developed the principle by observing that 20% of the pea pods in his garden contained 80% of the peas. It is a common rule of thumb in business; e.g., "80% of your sales come from 20% of your clients. " Work Less and Do More by Applying the Pareto Principle to Your Task List. Two Lists You Should Look at Every Morning - Peter Bregman. “Cookie Monster” Explains Occupy Wall St. « FETISHISM OF THE MONOTONY. Two Lists You Should Look at Every Morning. Influence Yourself With a "Why-Do" List. Chicago Critical Mass. Type_socmedia_infographic.jpeg (1056×6240) How to Not Give a Fuck about Pickup Line Rejections. Die Antwoord - Fatty Boom Boom. M.I.A. - "Bad Girls" (Official Behind the Scenes): Noisey Specials #08. DIE ANTWOORD - BABY'S ON FIRE (OFFICIAL) Die Antwoord - Evil Boy (Explicit Version)
Google’s Nexus 7 starts a whole new tablet war (hands-on) How Playing Games Makes You Live Longer. Google Maps will be on your iOS devices after all, says Google VP. Wait, What? No Update For Google TV?