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- Thu Feb 19, 2009 8:37 am
- Forum: Non-Interactive Webcasting
- Topic: Church supported Web Broadcast Kit
- Replies: 32
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As for the webcasting, there is a manual up about how to use the communicator and receiver, and as for the equipment as stated you have to log in via the stake login, which I will do today. But from what I have read on this is that you really don't need the receiver, you just need an broadband inter...
I've observed that when I put an address into a Google map, which is what's being used, that the location doesn't always come out to be exact. Google works from either an address lookup or a coordinate db. The coordinates would be more accurate if provided correctly. I agree that the first step wou...
- Wed Feb 18, 2009 12:06 pm
- Forum: Other Member Technologies
- Topic: List of iPhone app developers on forum
- Replies: 49
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I find that it is smart to be using the SQLite, because there are libraries all ready for Android for use with that. Now for a platform, since the Android uses Java as a platform and all the rest don't you can't really focus that way but if you where to use Webkit, which Safari and the Google Chrome...
- Wed Jan 21, 2009 12:26 pm
- Forum: Emerging Technologies
- Topic: Joost a.k.a. The Venice Project
- Replies: 14
- Views: 7686
I would say that this is possible. Our stake covers basically covers the western half of South Dakota down into Nebraska. It would be great for use because as of now, we have our Nebraska units call in for our Stake General Priesthood meeting, and they listen. This would make it possible for them to...
I am wondering how the ward boundaries were put into the mapping system to determine if a particular address or geo point is in a certain ward/branch. The reason why I ask is because there is a certain small town that everyone knows is in a certain branch, but if you go and use the place marker to f...
- Wed Oct 08, 2008 7:14 am
- Forum: Ideas & Suggestions
- Topic: MLS remote access
- Replies: 31
- Views: 11816
FYI. The Cisco Pix can be configured to block any number of ports going in and out. Most of the traffic going out uses 80 and 443. So if the communication is done other than that it would most likely not go through. Plus according to the guidelines the Stake President can state how tight he would li...