Google’s Field Trip app promises to help you explore the world around you by running in the background and alerting you when you are close to something interesting. To help entice users to install and run the app, Google has announced 23 locations that are participating in a program to give away admission passes when a Field Trip users is close by.
I got it working finally and found out afterwards, that the free version only allows 1 pass. Are any of you aware of a freeware or open source bootable program that will do the same, but allow multiple passes (4, 7, or 24 passes, etc)? Either DOS or Linux based, whatever as long as it's bootable. Thanks to all for any input.
This isn't directly related to Ubuntu as it happens because the OS boots (and before the grub menu for that matter) but to get my PC to boot in Ubuntu, I have to boot it up, and then restart it...Why? Because I have an eSata external HDD that doesn't startup until AFTER the BIOS passes.
One of the highlights of Apple’s iOS 6 launch today is Passbook, the company’s new tool for managing your loyalty cards, coupons, boarding passes, movie tickets and similar cards that you may currently be carrying around in your wallet.
I'm making a school project on a car parking sensor that counts the number of cars that will go in or out of a car park (22 cars max). I know that there are several other threads for similar things like this but they have not been overly helpful. There will be 2 IR sensors on a single entrance/exit.
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Much has already been discussed in the media regarding the threat that the $300 billion advertising industry faces if Congress passes a strict interpretation of Do Not Track.