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Grahf says

My Math might have been slightly off in my last post so here it is again:

Helen basically borrows $50 because she has to pay it back due to the counterfeit money. So this means she is $50 in debt. So if you add her assets of $15, she has a net-worth of -$35.

-50 + 15 = -35

Then she gives away $15 shoes and $29 in cash.

-35 – 15 – 29 = -79

So my new answer is -$79.

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Grahf says

First start with this:

50 – 29 = 21

This means she still has $21 to give back to her neighbor. With $21 in her pocket the math continues as:

50 – 21 + 29 + 15 = 73

You see she needs to come up with an extra $29 to pay her neighbor who gave here $50 and together with the lost of the $29 she gave to the customer and the cost of the shoe ($15) she lost a grand total of $73.

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Grahf says

Your see there are people out there that believe that complex technologies can be made easier with automation, but fail to realize that these complex technologies only get more and more complex as the technologies (and techniques in using them) improve, expand, change, etc.

Programming (any top language) is one of those areas of technology that never stays the same so automation simply cannot keep up. Therefore all these automation software packages will always be behind the curve by many years. In this case, it looks like Muse is behind by about 10+ years.

Lastly I must add there is never just one way to do something and automation does not do well in handling the best approach when there can be 100s or even 1000s.

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Grahf says

I think CC could use better organization of items so they may go into multiple categories. For example, in the Apps categories there are Windows and Mac subcategories, but if an App can run in both Widows and Mac (AIR) the App will not show up in neither.

I also noticed this in all market places where items should really be listed in two different categories for various reasons, but they’re only listed in one.

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Grahf says
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});

Syntax errors maybe?

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Grahf says

Well codeempire, at least you got a consolation prize.

Congratulations on being this week’s featured author. :)

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Grahf says

Flex or Flash… it’s all the same to the end-user. All they see is a Flash Facebook page so there is really no reason Flex shouldn’t be included in the Facebook category.

BTW hasn’t this been brought up before a while back? Was there even an explanation then as to why?

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Grahf says
codempire said
I can’t wait to see people start running back to flash again.

The Flash is dead, long live the Flash

Flash will always be around simply because it’s multiplatform and it’s always ahead of other technologies when it comes to interactivity. Now with all the different mobile platforms out there it is only a matter of time before people start running back to Flash.

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Grahf says
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kevinsturf said
Hey @Grahf, I’ll be sending one to you now. Lets hope you can get in

I’m in, Thanks!

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