I have always wondered, and today I decided to find out for myself. There are 4 blocks of 6 dots max on any Canadian bill. They always have 6 dots the reason being is because the government wanted it to be distinct as to not cause any confusion to the visually impaired person.
5$ = 1 full block
10$ = 2 full blocks
20$ = 3 full blocks
50$ = 4 full blocks
100$ = 2 full blocks but 1 block is on the far left, and 1 is on the far right.
Why we should be designing for our ears, rather then designing for our eyes. I would recommend students or anyone that has trouble focusing to watch this video. Sometimes its not you who has the trouble learning but rather its your environment and if we can fix the environment we can all learn more.
There is no show as good as this one. This show constantly surprises me, most shows have a single problem then climax then at the end they solve it. This takes that and throws it out the window, it just keeps getting better. I can’t believe how pumped I am for the next episode. This is the best show on TV hands down right now.
There are so many things that could happen next episode its crazy. 10/10 nice job!
The Problem: Playbook will not turn on. I have not used my playbook in over a month, so it’s battery is completely drained out, so when ever I try to charge it all it does is give me the red light, then it goes off and stopped charging. I am not sure if this is a bug with their software or what the direct issue is but here is how to solve it.
The Solution: Plug in the playbook to charge. Wait until the red light goes away, if the light goes away and does not go green or stay red, that means it not charging. Take the plug out of the playbook and plug it back in. Do this several times, this will slowly charge the battery enough to allow us to turn it back on. I had to do this personally 5 times until it eventually came back on.
The lesson: Do not fully drain your playbook Hopefully this helps someone else.
I just want to take a second to honour those who were prematurely taken from us. RIP.
The downtime we had was caused by uploading a file improperly.
The error was:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_IF in /home/*/wp-content/plugins/seo-ultimate/modules/author-links/author-links.php on line 1
This can easily be corrected by changing the mode that files are uploaded, from auto or ASCII to binary.
Once that is done, this error will go away.
This is for using Linux based operating systems, like Fedora 16/17 and CentOS.
Step 1: Switch to root
Step 2: Create a dump file.
svnadmin dump /path/to/svnfFolderName > fileName.svn.dump
And you are done. If you need help importing please take a look at this blog entry (Importing a Subversion SVN dumped file) or if you need help creating please take a look at this one. Adding New Repositories for Subversion.
This is the main song on The Words a new movie which comes out next week. I liked it a lot so I wanted to make sure to share it with everyone!