I'm trying to setup github with my android projects mainly so I can work on them on both my laptop and desktop computers.
I found this video on setting up github and I've created my github account. My issue is when I'm going through the process of Sharing my Project on GitHub I'm not getting the "Add files for initial Commit".
My github account is public: https://github.com/<USER>. I can see my name even if not connected. However, I cannot found it when searching after it (google, bing) even if I add "github" or even if I use my username on the site or ... even directly on github. What setting should I change?
The Internets are ablaze this morning after comments from HBO’s CEO about users sharing their HBO Go accounts. According to most reports out there today, the company couldn’t care less who you share your account with. Share your account with everyone! Free love forever!
I used mac github client to push my codes to my github account. On my Ubuntu linux computer I wan't to connect to github using the terminal so that it will automatically sync will all my projects on github. How would I do it? All the online help I have bumped in to so far only show how to clone an exiting git repository not how to connect to my github account and sync it.
I have a personal Gmail account and my company has a Google App account. I made the mistake once of logging into the Gapps and now it is forever linked to my personal account. I want to sever that linkage forever so that I never have to select the account to use when using any Web Application.
I've deleted and recreated my Chrome profile many times.
Normally, sharing your password to a streaming site is frowned upon. Netflix, Hulu, you name it; it’s not allowed in the terms of service and the companies generally don’t like it. HBO has taken the opposite stance, however. CEO Richard Plepler has publicly stated that account sharing is really just a marketing tool for building a newer generation of viewers.