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30 Ways To Get Free Traffic in 20 Minutes for $5

As the name suggests, this e-Book is all about getting a FLOOD TRAFFIC to your website! Getting traffic to your website can often be TIME CONSUMING and EXPENSIVE, so I decided to put a series of “30 Minute Traffic Tips” to help you get traffic to your website as quickly as possible using TOTALLY FREE methods. This e-Book is a collaboration of effort from Suzanne Morrison, Ken Troyer, Cynthia Minnaar, Jeff Casmer and Jeff Schuman. All of them work from home and run a successful Internet business.They are all website owners and have years of experience online. One of the secrets to their success is TAKING ACTION on their online businesses on a regular basis. Rather than getting overwhelmed with all the Internet marketing information and feeling like you are pulled in multiple directions by lots of different Internet marketing “GURUS” telling you to do different things, you should focus on doing things that will bring your business benefit in terms of traffic, conversions and sales. This is the reason they created this e-Book. Even if you only have half an hour available each day, or if you are a complete newbie with no marketing or technical skills, you should be able to choose a traffic tip from this e-Book and get results fast! Each of the “30 Minute Traffic Tips” has been designed to: • Bring a direct benefit to your online business. • Be straightforward enough to complete in 30 minutes or less. • Be easy enough to complete without any background marketing or technical knowledge. • Cost you nothing. If you are struggling to make money from your website or need more traffic, then you may want to consider purchasing this valuable e-Book.

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How would I force app store to save my password indefinitely, rather than for 15 minutes?

I’d like to either force app store to save my password, or have it automatically entered (just for the mac app store password prompt) when it asks for my password. I want this because “require after 15 minutes” is far too limiting, since it’s a pain to get my password. How can I force app store to extend the duration of saving to indefinite, despite that it’s designed to save the password for 15 minutes?

Note that I know this isn’t the case for free apps. I want to purchase apps without having to enter my password. Is there a way to do this?

WebGL Freeze for some minutes after loading asset bundle

I have to load/unload models from a specific url based on player position. For this reason I am checking player position from model and then load/unload related piece of model in a Update event which runs on every frame.

Here is the update, that validating some checks before loading/unloading. I added this check for optimization purposes as the main loading/unloading loop is heavy:

 private void Update()     {         //If this feature is disable don't load/unload         if (enableThisFeature == false) return;          //if player is moving, dont load//unload         if (Input.GetAxis("Horizontal") != 0 || Input.GetAxis("Vertical") != 0)         {             //do nothing when player is moving             return;         }          DeactivateDistantTiles();     } 

After this I am checking player postion and calling model load/unload:

private void DeactivateDistantTiles()     {         playerPosition = transform.position;         playerPosition = cameraController.currentActiveCam.transform.position; //transform.position;          checkPlayerPositionChangeing = playerPosition.z != playerLastPos.z || playerPosition.x != playerLastPos.x;          if (checkPlayerPositionChangeing)         {             ABLoadUnloadLoopCall();         }           playerLastPos = cameraController.currentActiveCam.transform.position;      }     Vector3 tilePosition;     float xDistance;     float zDistance;     public void ABLoadUnloadLoopCall()     {            //old             //foreach (SingleABLoader tile in tiles)             //{             //    Debug.Log("ABLoadUnloadLoopCall 123");             //    Vector3 tilePosition = tile.gameObject.transform.position + (tileSize / 2f);              //    float xDistance = Mathf.Abs(tilePosition.x - playerPosition.x);             //    float zDistance = Mathf.Abs(tilePosition.z - playerPosition.z);              //    if (xDistance + zDistance > maxDistance)             //    {             //        /*If you don't want to destroy the object on unload then use below line otherwise use DestroyBundleObject with true pararmeter */             //        //tile.DestroyBundleObject();             //        tile.DestroyBundleObject(true);             //    }             //    else             //    {             //        tile.StartDownloadingAB();             //    }              //}             //new             for(int i = 0; i < tiles.Length; i++)             {                  tilePosition = tiles[i].gameObject.transform.position + (tileSize / 2f);                   xDistance = Mathf.Abs(tilePosition.x - playerPosition.x);                  zDistance = Mathf.Abs(tilePosition.z - playerPosition.z);                  if (xDistance + zDistance > maxDistance)                 {                      /*If you don't want to destroy the object on unload then use below line otherwise use DestroyBundleObject with true pararmeter */                     //tiles[i].DestroyBundleObject();                     tiles[i].DestroyBundleObject(true);                  }                 else                 {                     tiles[i].StartDownloadingAB();                 }              }       } 

I found that ABLoadUnloadLoopCall making GC allocation in KBs which is very high. So is there any way available that my above code optimize and make less allocation. My initial research suggest to use For loop instead foreach therefore in ABLoadUnloadLoopCall i am using for loop instead foreach but still my game lag/freeze for some minutes after loading the model.

PerformanceMonitor timeline below the graph is wrong by ten minutes

The WindowsServer 2008 time is set correctly, but the timeline PerformanceMonitor is displaying is “off” (slow) by ten minutes.

It is 9:18AM per the server (determined by exectuting time on the command-line). I take some database action against SQL Server that causes a blip on the graph for some performance counters. The blip appears above 9:08AM. I repeat this multiple times over the space of 10 minutes to make sure it is actually what is happening. The blip appears nearly instantaneously, correlating with my action.

Where does PerformanceMonitor get its time from?

Why does my laptop battery die after 5 minutes with Ubuntu?

I’m new to Ubuntu but wanted to replace Windows 10 on my old laptop with something faster.

I’ve installed Ubuntu 18.04 and it’s going ok so far except that the battery dies after about 5 minutes when the laptop is unplugged.

After some research it seems like it might be a video driver issue. However, I don’t know how to find out if the correct driver is installed. My laptop is an Acer Aspire E1-571 with integrated graphics.

Can anyone help me diagnose this issue?

Thanks

Internal Server Error after 5 minutes of examining variables with xdebug

I use xdebug with VS Code to inspect variables on my local Drupal 8 installation, but after approximately 5 minutes I get an Internal Server Error and can’t inspect my variables any longer. I tried increasing memory_limit in my php.ini file but to no effect. I got the following output from C:\Program Files (x86)\DevDesktop\apache\logs\error.log :

[Fri May 24 18:21:49.339252 2019] [fcgid:warn] [pid 14176:tid 1104] [client 127.0.0.1:58864] mod_fcgid: read timeout from pipe, referer: http://drupal.dd:8083/node [Fri May 24 18:21:49.339252 2019] [core:error] [pid 14176:tid 1104] [client 127.0.0.1:58864] End of script output before headers: index.php, referer: http://drupal.dd:8083/node [Fri May 24 18:21:59.384311 2019] [fcgid:warn] [pid 14176:tid 580] mod_fcgid: process 21924 graceful kill fail, sending SIGKILL

Is this related to some timeout setting? Has anyone encountered similar problem?