Whenever my computer gets really hot and things start to slow down, I check memory usage. Usually the culprit is either Chrome, or iTunes, which can use over 1 GB of memory just to play some music! If you want a lighter alternative, you can find most songs for free on Youtube and create playlists.
The difficulty of extracting and parsing text from an unstructured source is will documented. A general formula that lets you parse text would be incredibly powerful because it can handle every kind of textual document that is thrown at it.
An easy way to do it would be to split the text on spaces, and tag each part of speech.
With the new release of the iPad and iPhone 6, the processor is sure to be updated to the A8 cortex. Rumors have swirled with speed increases, and soon we will find out how fast the new processor will be.
Can you imagine how speedy the iPad would be if it had a quad core processor?
Hopefully the new processor will have the added speed without additional thickness and without lower battery life.
So you just got your SAT score and you’re not happy with the results. You have many options on how you can increase your SAT score. You can try expensive tutoring (usually $100-$200/hour!), or you can study with a good SAT book for far less than even 1 hours cost.
Now the question is what book to use? You could use CollegeBoard’s big blue book, which has some great practice tests, and you can also use the GuideParadise SAT book to improve you SAT score.
When only 50 out of 6,000 products make it to Google Merchant Center after exporting from OpenCart, you know you have a problem.
After reading a lot of forum threads about why this OpenCart problem was happening, and after considering hiring someone to manually copy and paste it because the OpenCart module wasn’t working, I finally found the solution.
After fixing the product descriptions, everything exporting correctly to Google Merchant Center!
I recently had several exporting modules for PrestaShop stop working when dealing with an export to consumer shopping search engines like Google Shopping, Nextag, and Shopzilla. It seemed to work fine on my Linux CentOS server, but the Windows server was having problems with the PrestaShop modules.