I was trying to make up my mind whether to use “Login” or “Sign In” in the project I am working on by going through various well known websites. In my project, user can log in using either Facebook or email id. I landed upon Duolingo’s and saw this:
Now, what? Why not “Login with Facebook or Login using Facebook? Why have they used different terminologies to essentially depict one thing? Or am I missing something here?
I start the creation of a campaign for WFRP4e settled in the Reikland, the main country of the core rulebook. I use the map in order to create a path for caravaners, but I need to know distances between cities. I looked up for a map caption like the image below but found nothing. Same for the book section “Glorious Reikland p267.
Since I do not have information about the “size” of the country, I can’t guess. Is there any information, clues or anything else that allow me to deduce the distance between other cities ?
Map of Reikland
I am starting work on a new website project that is a website for a design agency and I want to understand how can I get to users? How to understand the target audience, so I can use research methods?
I am taking a course in Operating Systems. I am going through old exams and there is a question about monitors. We are supposed to give a solution for the producer-consumer problem using monitors. That is quite clear. But, it also says in the question:
List also the assumptions that you make about monitor semantics
Can anyone explain what is meant by this?
It would be unusual, to me, if there were no spell in the world that could “feedback” (as my DM puts it) on the scryer. We’re usually really creative about this sort of thing, but on this we have no ideas.
Otherwise, besides continuing to try to detect the scrying orb and then casting a spell (or throwing a thick blanket over it), or spending all our time in deep caves, there is nothing we can do.
I suppose we might be able to detect person somehow? That, at least, would be something—though we do not know who it is who is scrying. We just know that it’s happening regularly (’cause we are such big heroes, and about to try to foil a war, is why).
It is not fair and his death was an immediate shock to me and some of my coworkers as well. He will be remembered as a champion of the poor and their rights, a friend of Racial Equality and Women’s Rights. What do you think?
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I want to learn about handling data inConsistency. But I dont know where to begin. Can someone please give me a direction.?
I found that by using radio buttons to switch views, the views will be positioned under the last radio button which seems to be a pretty poor grouping of information.
Are there any references when it comes to using radio buttons vs tabs?
Most reading I found about virtual memory, such as http://www.linux-tutorial.info/modules.php?name=MContent&pageid=89 or https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_memory always state that virtual memory is a concept that allows operating system to make it “appear as though you have more memory than you really do”.
But isn’t that what overcommit is about? Isn’t whole virtual memory concept primarily about the fact that each process has an isolated virtual memory pool, thus being unable to read or modify other process memory?
If not, what is this technology of memory isolation within own virtual memory pools called?