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    funambol: Sync contacts and calendar

    So did you not get any sync'ing going?? If so, how did you do it?
    Posted 10-14-2013 at 11:08 AM by jim.thornton jim.thornton is offline
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    funambol: Sync contacts and calendar

    I totally gave up on funambol. But anyway, looks as if you were trying to access it remotely. I'd try it locally first. Good luck!
    Posted 10-14-2013 at 11:03 AM by jere21 jere21 is offline
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    funambol: Sync contacts and calendar

    I'm getting to STEP 7. I verify that Funambol is running. But when I go to the web browser and enter IP:8080 I get Tomcat. But IP:8080/webdemo results in a 404 error.

    Anyway you can help me with this please?
    Posted 10-13-2013 at 11:50 PM by jim.thornton jim.thornton is offline
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    duckduckgo - search engine without tracking and search bubble

    I have been enjoying duckduckgo... but I find my self going back to google for their image search. Now if only there was a good replacement that did the same thing there.
    Posted 10-05-2011 at 12:55 PM by lumak lumak is offline
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    Sorting pictures, removing duplicates

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    Originally Posted by lumak View Comment
    What would be nice is an optical recognition program that would have a tolerance to avoid the pitfalls of image compression.
    I use md5sum for comparing the pictures, so I can only tell which files are 100% identical. What you suggest would require an application that detects the contents of pictures. I assume that would need a lot computing power.
    Posted 11-22-2010 at 03:45 PM by jere21 jere21 is offline
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    Sorting pictures, removing duplicates

    nice tip... I never would have thought this would be a problem... but then, I treat my pictures much like my music files and put them all in one directory... If I have duplicate scenes, it's because they are cropped differently or re-sized.

    What would be nice is an optical recognition program that would have a tolerance to avoid the pitfalls of image compression.
    Posted 11-22-2010 at 03:02 PM by lumak lumak is offline

  



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