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This is a very interesting book for Beginners who'd like to explore what-the-heck PHO is and how it might apply to you. I learned that it is all about Web development, esp. In the zone of blogs! Since I went in knowing absolutely nothing, not even what the acronym stands for, I am very impressed.
I have a CIS degree and PHP is a very sought after skill in my field. I literally had one course that taught PHP so I've been looking to brush up on this skill. I found this book to be easy to under and everything was very well explained. This is a really amazing tutorial for beginners.
I used to work with PHP and CSS a small bit with my WordPress pages but never got any formal training for it. This was a amazing refresher for the PHP syntax and some of the other things I forgot to do (like embedding PHP). This will definitely come in use as a handy reference tutorial when I need it as I jump back into PHP. Recommended for anybody wanting to obtain a fast grasp on PHP fundamentals!
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The Dirty Seven. Una ragione per vivere e una per morire (AKA: A Reason to Live, A Reason to Die & Massacre at Fort Holman) is directed by Tonino Valerii, who also co-writes with Rafael Azcona and Ernesto Gastaldi. It stars James Coburn, Telly Savalas & Bud Spencer. Cinematographer is Alejandro Ulloa and the melody is scored by Riz Ortolani. Plot sees Coburn as Union Colonel Pembroke, who during the Civil Battle is given a rag-tag group of criminals to go victory back the fort he lost to Confederate Major Frank Ward (Savalas). For him it's a possibility to regain his honour, for them it's a possibility to avoid execution for their crimes. Joplin Gazette, Joplin Missouri, April 10, 1872 ---Today I walked through the ruins of what was once Fort Holman. 10 years ago, this Civil Battle fortress, thought to be impregnable, was destroyed by a wild bunch of marauders. Eli Sampson, a survivor of that massacre, revealed in an interview that the raid was the effect of a blood feud between two bitter men: Colonel Pembroke, a Union officer, thought to be a traitor and a coward, led the mission to recapture the fort he had once surrendered. Major Ward, a ruthless "Mad Genius," who joined the Confederacy solely to gain command of Fort Holman, so that he could rule the vast surrounding Santa Fe location after the war. But what motivates these two men and what caused this wonderful blood bath, was explained by Eli Sampson in the story that follows--- It's a written opening that grabs the attention straight away, it has all the promise of a spaghetti western done Peckinpah style. Then early in proceedings a grizzled James Coburn walks along a line of men about to be hanged, being introduced to them and calmly wondering if said scum-bags would like to stave off execution by accompanying him on a suicide mission? OK, it's derivative of The Dirty Dozen five years earlier, but if this is blending Peckinpah with Robert Aldrich at his best then it will be worth every second spent with it. Sadly it doesn't come close to living up to that particular promise. But it does have points of worth within. If you are willing to invest some patience with the slow narrative and obtain to the carnage finale unscathed? Then it's actually worth the wait as regards action. There's also some fine photography from Ulloa around Almeria in Spain, while Ortolani's soundtrack score blends well in context to the story. However, away from Coburn the acting is sub-standard, especially from Savalas who is miscast, while some suspension of disbelief is required once the group reach the fort. But all in all it's a safe recommend to fans of Westerns, spaghetti or otherwise. And certainly a must for Coburn fans. 6.5/10 Footnote: The full chop of the movie now runs at just shy of two hours in length, movie buyers should ensure that they buy home format discs that run at around the 113/114 min mark.
Some suggestion, in the do it yourself, place drag and drop the main commands of the lesson. So it makes easier to program in Mobile devices. On the lessons could have more examples of practical use of the element. Would be amazing to understand better how to use and when code.
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Guest House Paradiso, then; a film I bought for £1 at the local flea market, and which left me feeling ripped off for the entire pound. What started as a tired sequence of set pieces within the world's dreariest set (I'm sure that was the point, but still), involving Rik Mayall with his shirt tucked into his underpants (again), fighting aimlessly and endlessly with a vaguely embarrassed-looking (as well he should be, as the director) Adrian Edmondson whilst Bill Nighy watched on redundantly, morphed into an extended stage featuring a heavy-handed Vincent Cassel (what was he thinking??) attempting to rape his fresh "bride" whilst awaiting delivery of some prostitutes he'd ordered, and finally collapsed into a fresh nadir for cinema with a pea-green-soup puke-a-thon (starring Cassel, Simon Pegg and Fenella Fielding amongst others), with said substance filling rooms and corridors alike. I watched the "Making Of" featurette afterwards, and Rik Mayall explained that he and Adrian (the co-writers of this ****) had so a lot of amazing ideas for the script that the initial read-through ran at almost three-and-a-half hours, forcing them to condense the gags down to "just the very best" ones. Jesus Christ, a puerile 8-man orgy of cartoon-style vomitus taking up at least the latest 15 mins of the movie was one of the "very best" gags? Even judging that sequence by its own disgusting standards, it's been done better before (Monty Python's The Meaning of Life) and since (Team America: Globe Police). No, in this case it was a just poor gag, executed badly. Dreadful. And I'm not just snootily bemoaning Rik and Adrian's sophomoric tendency to rely on repeatedly hitting each other with huge objects, Tom & Jerry-style. They've been doing that for years, to much greater result (The Comic Strip Presents... Mr. Jolly Lives Next Door for instance was brilliant), but this is easily the poorest thing I've seen from either of them.
Previously I had seen a lot of pairings of Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni--next to William Powell and Myrna Loy, this is my favourite cinematic coupling--but never any works by director Scola, so I wasn't really sure what to expect, especially with it being a period piece of Italy just before the Second Globe War. This was a masterpiece. I could talk all day about how perfect the two stars must have been, in order to completely subvert every preconception we have come to associate with their on-screen romantic partnership (namely, Loren portraying a shy, put-upon mother of six, and Mastroianni playing a suicidal gay man) AND so convincingly. As well, I heartily recommend viewers to watch all of the extras on The Criterion Collection's latest release--I loved Scola's statement (and I paraphrase): 'Humour is as much a part of life as everything else--If a writer has a possibility to place a comedic incident in a realistic drama, he has a moral obligation to do so.' I will remember that--and hopefully utilize it in my own work, should I ever be so gifted as to work in the field that I love--for the rest of my days. I am surprised that it wasn't mentioned in any of the extras that Mastroianni was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance here. That is extremely rare for a foreign-language film, and should instantly be a clue to you of the film's quality. In Loren's June 2015 interview, she stated it was her best work other than her Oscar-winning acting in 'Two Women'. She's absolutely spot-on--and still looking gorgeous today. Definitely worth a purchase and rewatching. It's one of the most poignant observations of loneliness I have yet seen. When Loren's Antonietta says to Mastroianni's Gabriele 'I love you just as you are', it really doesn't matter what eventually happens to either party--Gabriele has found unconditional love. There is truly nothing else worth having, not even life. It should have been called 'A Very Unique Day', for it most certainly is, especially for the cinephile who watches it, even now. And I wouldn't be the least surprised if the film's re-release starts a surge of interest in scrapbooking, as Antonietta was so amazing at it, charting in an obsessive fashion the doings of her beloved Il Duce.
"This application sucks!" - this is what I heard from my colleagues at ATS and I strongly agree with them. It is slow, displays adds, sends unwanted and beautiful useless notification. Interface and navigation is not obvious. Calendar view is 24 hours - seriously? Individual schedule builder (the only true reason to use this app) is useless.
Amazing application if you are ok witth accessing everything from your mobile device but there are several major design shortcommings. No standard browser support, no European help for family members there, no screen casting ability. Web browser access is an obvious requirment, why wouldn't you have that especially if your main target use is for weddings?
Such a amazing app! We had around 600 images of our wedding. The application keeps them in order by time so it's amazing to see all the images from various angles and various people! Some guests were confused what it was when we texted them the link, but they caught on quickly and loved the ability to share their pics and videos!
Used this for my Bridal shower and we are using it for the wedding as well. It is an simple method to obtain all the images from mates and families phones. Only problem is that it auto loads pictures from the phones during the time of the event.
excellent option for sharing all your pics and videos! fairly simple to use, you will obtain hundreds of amazing pics from so a lot of various perspectives... really awesome... we were able to see moments that we would have otherwise completely missed.. really lovely memories! I've recommended this to everyone..
its an ok app. people used it with mixed responses. the largest was that people don't like to down load random apps. also my expirience stuggled because of the link to the "Knot" www service and my struggles with keeping guest info. also, they are asking me to rate about 14 hours after my happening ended so i have not had time to use it, which is irritating
excellent application for our wedding! People are more inclined to take pictures with their phones as they always do instead of a disposable camera. plus, we got unlimited shots and videos versus just pictures. I am so satisfied I found this application for our wedding!
Having used this application this past Summer for two weddings I attended, was quite happy to use it to capture images of a family Going Away Party for my son leaving for the Navy shortly. I will definitely use the application again in the future!
Wonderful! A small tricky to navigate with my smartphone (mouse was easier back in thenday), but SO GLAD that I got to share this with my daughter! Still my favorite game, and y'all didna amazing job bringing it to the fresh medium. (Oh, and I still have the original--with the VHS tape!) 😁 Now, where's The 11th Hour???? I never got a possibility to play it, bc by the time I had a computer amazing enough to run it, it had left the android game behind and wouldnt play it. Still waiting to play that one!
CLASSIC FROM 90'S A horror type puzzle android game set in a haunted mansion. Unblock puzzles to gain access to other rooms. Still fun to play...didn't complete it the first time so here I go again! They also did a second game...maybe this is on the cards too. WARNING! The android game does take up a lot of memory (0.95 GB and 0.8 GB to save the game)! So an SD card is a necessity unless you don't play other games. Very nostalgic for me and graphics sometimes present their age but still enjoyable. If you like horror and puzzles...play at night!
I remember having this android game on a Philips CD-i and thoroughly enjoyed it and managed to complete it. This version, but I found the graphics on the puzzle-solving very not good and very difficult to see some of either the lettering or icons. It didnt matter if I chose the original graphic settings or the ultra graphic settings, they all looked not good and difficult to see during the puzzle-solving - which isn't amazing considering this is the height of enjoyment. Perhaps time would of been better spent by adding a fresh improved puzzle-solving graphics for android, rather than the use of the original graphics. As for the everything else, I couldn't fault the 3D rendering graphics, the actors and more necessary the melody and sound effects in this. Please look into this. Thank-you for reliving my twentysome years.