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Seems like you can download an illustrator file from the home page. It's one of the two buttons - says "Download Icons".

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Fair enough, but that's like telling a normal person he can download a Open Document Format document: It's probably not going to be very useful communication.

As a (non Rails, non Node) developer, I will probably not bother looking into how I can extract things from a proprietary Adobe Illustrator-file when I don't have Adobe Illustrator.

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Inkscape imports Illustrator files which nowadays are just a modified PDF.

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Do you mean not useful in that people will not be able to open it or won't know the title?

Current versions of Windows (in Wordpad in 7+) and Office (especially in 2013, but with limited support in earlier versions) can open ODF.

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I use hoverzoom for Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/hover-zoom/nonjdcj...

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integration has been live on my account for several months.

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https://wrapbootstrap.com/ is a quick way to make whatever you made in bootstrap look nice

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I believe they're just working on fraud prevention. No need to sound the alarm. I bought bitcoins and my transactions were deemed high risk and cancelled after they received the money and held onto it for some time. Price actually went down from when I bought.

However, their customer service could definitely be improved. It's been over 9 days since I sent a request with no response and my transactions keep getting denied.

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I've been memorizing parts of Ruby with this method while reading "The Well Grounded Rubyist." You can import all my Ruby flashcards into Anki. Hope they help. Please email me if they do (email is in profile).

https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B_WU5GXujPOVSl9WajFaaWlCTG...

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"Want free hosting? Not a good choice, look elsewhere."

What are some better alternatives? And why are they better?

I've used GAE for some toy apps and a few websites with low traffic. It works great.

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I'm not sure which criteria he's using for "better", but these guys give you a lot, plus flexibility for nothing:

http://www.appfog.com/

https://openshift.redhat.com/app/

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Here is a concise PDF of definitions and notation https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B_WU5GXujPOVRDFYRUlKcFF4RWs

It's from CMU's course titled "Concepts of Math" The professor, Brendan Sullivan, just wrote the textbook in an easy to understand style.Here's a link to the course: https://colormygraph.ddt.cs.cmu.edu/21127-f12/ and if you click the AnnotateMyPDF website, you can get a copy of the textbook, practice problems, etc for a more in depth understanding.

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I just signed up for the AnnotateMyPDF website but i see nothing regarding the course in there. is it only available to CMU students?

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I clicked the AnnotateMyPDF, but it looks like you need to be signed up for the course to see those materials :(

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HN conversation when they released the beta: http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=3999671

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Blog post that Venturebeat links to: http://www.useit.com/alertbox/windows-8.html

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And discussion: http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=4802332

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