6 Tips to Free Up Tons of Storage Space on iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch Are you feeling the pinch of the limited storage capacity on an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch? If you are running low on space, check out these tricks to greatly ease any potential storage squeeze you may be experiencing with your iOS gear. 1: Regularly Remove Photos & Video If you use iCloud and have Photo Stream enabled, every picture and video taken on an iPhone is going to sync to the iPad automatically, and vice versa. These pictures can easily be 2MB each, and videos quickly approach hundreds of MB, and with several hundred (or thousand) of photos, you’ll quickly eat up storage space. The best thing to do is to regularly transfer photos from the iOS device to a computer and use the computer as a primary backup, and then delete the pictures from the iPad.
How to Use the Local Storage Sharing Feature - Welcome to TP-LINK The Local storage sharing feature allows you to share a USB storage device that’s connected to the router, (USB Drive or mobile Hard Disk Drive) to other wired or wireless users on the same network. This article illustrates how to access your USB storage device via your computer, which is on the premise that you have already configured the network sharing function on your router. If you don’t know how to do it, please click hereto get the specific instruction. You can access the USB Storage by the following steps: l For Windows Users: l For Mac OS X Users:
Crawl a website with scrapy - *.isBullsh.it In this article, we are going to see how to scrape information from a website, in particular, from all pages with a common URL pattern. We will see how to do that with Scrapy, a very powerful, and yet simple, scraping and web-crawling framework. For example, you might be interested in scraping information about each article of a blog, and store it information in a database. To achieve such a thing, we will see how to implement a simple spider using Scrapy, which will crawl the blog and store the extracted data into a MongoDB database. We will consider that you have a working MongoDB server, and that you have installed the pymongo and scrapy python packages, both installable with pip. If you have never toyed around with Scrapy, you should first read this short tutorial.
Quiet Time Bible Study - Introducing Daniel Introducing Daniel In the sweep of great world empires, the impact of military conquest on individual people is usually overlooked. For example, the fall of Jerusalem into the hands of Babylon six hundred years before Christ probably did not make much of a stir in the ancient world. It was an event so insignificant to the Babylonians that it wasn't even worth mentioning in their official chronicles. This was the first of three defeats that those in Judah would suffer from the king of Babylon, Nebuchadnezzar. Start your Year Right: Free Printable Geo Thank You Cards How about we all start the year with some gratitude? I have made these Thank You cards to share with you guys - they're perfect to give to the people who gave you gifts, you visited, etc etc this past holiday season. So why not download them and send one now :) These are available in three designs:
Running Shoes Infographic: How to Choose the Right Running Shoes for You The information in our How to Choose Running Shoes infographic can help you make the right decision when choosing running shoes—we'll lead you through the bigger details to consider when it's time to buy. Shopping at the store? Print out the infographic and bring it along! Meaning (linguistics) Ambiguity means confusion about what is conveyed, since the current context may lead to different interpretations of meaning. Many words in many languages have multiple definitions. Ambiguity is an effect of a rupture of the rule of identity in the context of the exchange of information. Particularly the sender may be physically absent, and the contexts explicitly divergent, such as will be the case when the receptor is a reader and the sender was a writer. Pragmatics is the study of how context affects meaning.
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