Click on the question mark icon in the upper right corner of the page.
Click on About.
There will be a section titled External SMTP setting that will contain the server name, encryption type and port. You will be able to use those along with your username and password to send email from devices/programs.
My idea for a general use, straight-forward, easy to use online marketplace.
It will let you browse listings (including ones from craigslist) in a google map view, so directions and understanding of the location are a cinch. It will have helpful filters that are actually useful, for filtering out the crap.
Listing an item will be a one page process, with support for dragging and dropping photos, and cross-listing onto ebay, amazon, craigslist, and as many other marketplaces as can be added. That way sellers can make sure their product is exposed to as many people as possible as the userbase for whatvr will obviously be small at first. The ability to cross-list will be a big selling point.
Comments and feedback are welcome. Even if it’s something like, “no one needs this and it’s a terrible idea.”
Adventure Time music is awesome, so I’ve spent some time scouring the internets for all music and songs related to Adventure Time. Too bad there’s probably a lot of legalities concerning releasing something like that.
If only there was an official one fans could buy. Oh well – expect the compilation post soon =).
Another addition due to lack of a menu online. From ramen shop Longevous Joy, in Bensonhurst (Brooklyn).
Honestly, the ramen didn’t compare to what you would find in Manhattan ramen shops, or ZuZu Ramen in Gowanus. Served warm as opposed to hot, pork was far from tender, and I don’t remember noodles or broth being anything special. However it was shortly before closing time, so perhaps that had an effect on the food?
I was a little annoyed by the fact that the setup of a development environment and the creation of a simple app for the Android system was so spread out all over the place on Android’s developer website, so I decided to write up my own quick guide/tutorial/howto.
Don’t get me wrong, the developer website is great, I just wanted all the steps to installing the environment and creating an app in one place.
These instructions apply whether you’re using a Mac, PC, or Linux. All of the software below is cross-platform.
Please leave a comment if anything is unclear.
1) If you don’t already have it, download/install JDK.