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Of course not, read their attribution.html:http://gspa21.ls.apple.com/html/attribution.htmlGood point. May I add: please Apple, let me import/overlay my .gpx files on the Apple Maps app on OSX! And I can't find a good alternative to the shitty BaseCamp app from Garmin.They already do, see above link.I may have failed before, but I copied your "Glacier National Park" in Maps* and added ", Alaska" and it found it, telling me it's actually called "Glacier Bay National Park...
I'd like for AI to implement a beacon that points me to threads that hasn't got any bitching or Samsung-bashing going on.
First paragraphs tell me this is a good article; thanks for the link.
For your girlfriends' sake, you better not be that fast with everything.Thanks!
I'll look into this setting and see if it indeed is checking against a DB updated by Google. Would be interesting to see if there are alternatives, though I assume a DB from Google would be the most up-to-date.
The API is there for webdevs to safeguard their visitors, so I don't see this as something people would type in a URL as opposed to the ease of use by clicking a link.Cyrillic, always fun.
I'm reluctant in turning it off myself as well. Do wonder how this technique works; going read up on it.
Indeed, no 'mobile websites' anymore, please. Fine if they 'optimise' the page, but leave the basics intact so the experience is the same on an iPad and a desktop.As for blocking Google out, you'll also need to disable 'Fraudulent Sites' the prefs:Because I think when ticked on it sends the URL to Google when visiting a site. Correct?https://developers.google.com/safe-browsing/
LOL. Keep em coming Relic!
Me neither. And I wanted to reply with a funny from http://www.damnyouautocorrect.com but the fools over there don't allow access from an iPad or iPhone anymore. Downloading their app is now mandatory, which isn't what I want.
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