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I created a new workspace with a Remote Command Application project. Have a few wrinkles to iron out, but it is functional, and contains code others might be interested in. I created a nice writeup on it in my workspace, but it does not show up as an article for people searching the site. How do I do that, or do I have to keep a separate set of docs in the article and the project?
Ideally, I might want to enlist others who understand WPF better than I to help with UI integration. Trying to figure out how to coordinate that....
Haven't too much time in my hands to try workspaces.
After one of my pet project didn't succeed when I was in college, I lost my confidence to make another personal project.
Now I'm trying to move on that's why I'm here in CP.
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Those who know me may be surprised to hear that I quite enjoy going on to some Facebook pages to engage in exchanges of views with people whom I don't agree with. However, it's killing my limited monthly bandwidth . Just leaving Facebook open, consumes 100 MB an hour. I assume that means there's a ton of AJAX calls running chat, and the 'what's going on' thing on the right. I have installed an ad blocker, but, does anyone know of any Chrome add ins or other ways to make Facebook not update itself dynamically and just show me the page I loaded ? I realise I'll probably lose tagging as a result.
And therein lies the error of your ways, my good man!
I use FB (everyday) to connect with friends and share the odd mildly interesting technical link, but close the browser tab when I'm done. I'm on FB about 5-10 minutes a day max and don't think it makes a dent in my monthly bandwidth allowance.
Well, that's fine, but, if you're using it to enter in to detailed discussion, you will find yourself having it open for long periods just because you're typing, or going back to it to reply ( especially as FB won't send you notification emails if you get a reply from a stranger ). In many ways, the forums there are a bit like web forums in 2002.
I'm trying out FBPurity which is a browser add-on that gets rid of much of the noise on the FB page.
Maybe it might reduce the traffic a little?
So far it seems to have stopped FB blowing up FF every day.
Both have mobile versions, worth a shot. I know as I use the mobile version on my phone (I loathe needing an app to do everything on a phone), and neither chew up that much bandwidth. I'd be interested in hearing how that turns out.
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