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I might suggest sauce labs' automated testing https://saucelabs.com/small-team#automated-testing-platform
Or setting up something yourself with Selenium and a continuos integration provider (such as Circle CI) as Baylor suggested.
There's another document created in 1789 that is extremely relevant to everyday life in America, and is leveraged every single day in courts across the US...
I'm not arguing the merits of leveraging the All Writs Act in this case, but the argument that something written in 1789 is immediately irrelevant to modern times is a dangerous and ignorant thought.
The rest are mostly just Apple stuff except for Day-O for the calenda, date, and time.
I hid the spotlight icon via command-line, and should probably hide Alfred too.
37 is my best so far (21 first try)
also colorblind and got a 37 (best in the office so far)
my first try was a 21 though.
Kingdom Builder is well designed in terms of solid gameplay that's always different.
Also, you should check out Wil Wheaton's TableTop. Great show where you get to watch a variety of games played with internet celebs.
I'm more angered by the fact that the whole block triggers a transition, but only a small portion (the text) is actually clickable.
Actually, Pixar (including Ed Catmull, and John Lasseter) was part of the computer division at Lucasfilm. George Lucas decided to put the group up for sale, as part of his divorce settlement.
Steve came along with an investment in the division which was then spun off into it's own corporation (Pixar)
So Steve was very much a founder of Pixar.
Off topic, but if you work at Morgan & Morgan the law firm, just wanted to say, I grew up in central Florida, and fondly remember their TV commercials. "Morgan & Morgan... For the people"
John Morgan always seemed like a good dude.
It could be like the Hue Tap which is kinetic powered and requires no batteries at all. http://www2.meethue.com/en-us/the-range/hue-tap/
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