Several redditors pointed out that the colors of the timeline do not match up with the colors of the map you are absolutely right. I decided to use the colored tiles in the last few days (on a sleepy brain) and did not notice the fact that the scale limits were set to extend only to the range of the data (ie the darkest red corresponds to 2% as opposed to %6). This was not intended behavior! I fixed it on Github you can see the correct color scheme here: Github..
A hypothetical scenario where some fanboy could say that, “Apple won’t let users change defaults because it would screw up traffic info.” It was merely me trying to come up with some sort of reasoning for why Apple shouldn’t let us pick our own defaults. Since you say that the info can be generated from prunlic data, I no longer have to worry about that hypothetical situation. Meaning I can not think of a single reason why Apple should not let us pick our own default map and navigation apps.
Our agency is critcally low on maintenance staff. CRs dont help and maintenance must always be deferred because the money and manpower just isnt there. Some agencies hire contractors to perform maintenance on their buildings instead of having in house workers.
It’s important to admit that the zero waste movement and, yes, it is definitely a movement wouldn’t be needed if we didn’t produce staggering amounts of waste. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American generates some 4.4 pounds (1.9 kilos) of trash that goes to a landfill every day. It’s not just landfills, either.
“His vernacular wasn’t the typical government prose,” said one former White House official. “He would call out some of the military commission judges, saying that they had no idea what they were doing.”Kelly’s move to the chief of staff job alongside Lt. Gen.
In this Feb. 20, 2014 photo released by WildAid and Conservation International, a villager stands by manta rays laid on the ground to dry near a market in Tanjung Luar, Indonesia. Indonesia is now the world’s largest sanctuary for manta rays, after officials were persuaded by evidence that the gentle giants known for delighting tourists are worth more alive than dead.
McKechnie, who has a $60 price target on the stock, or about 43% upside from Monday’s close of $41.78, says that it may not be that big a deal for Qualcomm, either.He says the risk to Qualcomm earnings has been cut in half since Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) on July 19 struck a patent agreement with Broadcom, allowing Verizon to continue to sell new Qualcomm phones. As a result, only about 5% of Qualcomm’s December quarter revenues are at risk versus a prior estimate of 10% risk (you’ll recall that on July 25, Qualcomm actually raised its sales and profit forecast, as Eric has noted). Is not as serious, says McKechnie.