There is a trick to parking in Paris. First, drive as close to your destination as possible. Once there, get out of your car and lock the doors. This is how to park in Paris. Most cities have rules about where you can park, but not Paris. You are free to double park, park on corners, park on the pavement, in the park, anywhere you want.
So there is an app that has been out for a while, on iOs, that lets you set an alarm, and the only way to switch it off is to shake the phone vigorously. I was wondering how they did this, since you don’t have this sort of access within iOs. You can set an alarm, but then you are presented with a popup. There is no shaking to dismiss. The way they do this, is you have to leave the app running all night. Cheeky, but unfortunately the way it must be done.
So I am looking at getting the new Macbook Air, with possible 12 hour battery life, announced and released on Monday. I currently have the 2011 13″ with 256gb hdd, and would move to the same. Not sure I could develop on a machine with less than 256gb. I am interested in the prices in different countries, specifically USA, UK, France and Australia.
- 1.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor
- Turbo Boost up to 2.6GHz
- Intel HD Graphics 5000
- 4GB memory
- 256GB flash storage1
The current price in US is $1,299.00, while in Australia it is A$1,449.00, which is USD$1390.90, so it is $90 more, not too bad. The price in UK is GBP£1129 which is USD$1773, $473 more. In France, where I currently am living, it is EUD1299 which is $1733, so USD$433 more than in the US. So clearly it is best to get to the US or wait until my return to Australia, as long as the Aussie dollar doesn’t fall by too much.
Just on the outskirts of Paris, is this huge parc, Bois de Boulogne, with lots of lakes and walking/running/cycling tracks. A great place for a picnic, for a run, or to hire a boat and row around for a while. You can hire a row boat for 10 euros an hour, for 2 people.
The five towns, and fantastic place, getaway for the rich in Italy, and easily accessible for the tourist. Two fantastic walkways are yours between all 5 towns, the easy one can take about 4 hours. The only problem I found is that there was not that many great places to swim. In one of the towns, there is a great rock pool you can jump into.
The latest is our series of master apps is out now, Survey Master HD for your iPad. This is the quickest and easiest way to take surveys on your device, with full reporting included.
1. First create a new survey, give it a title and a description, add as many questions as you need.
2. Then run the survey as many times as you want, collecting data by answering the questions.
3. View the reports of all the data you have collected, and email the data or just view the graphs.
Everything you could need to run a full campaign. Coming up next is the ability to produce a full PDF report from the app, and email it to you.
This app has every single bike station location, updated whenever you load up the app. Up to date data on the number of free bikes and spots is included. An offline map of New york is there as well, as well as quick look locations. Everything you could want.
We have been making these apps for the Bike share scheme for a long time time now, first came London, and then Paris. We are happy to welcome New York city to this as well.
Our latest app is out, the Day Guide gives you idea for what to do wherever you are.
The day guide is your personal guide on what to do today. It shows you what is cool to check out near you, events that are coming up, cool stories about places near you from wikipedia, and images from Flickr, and more.