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Ok... It would be nice if the road photo at the top was an accurate representation of the actual streets. If up is north then the north side of the nonemergency route should actually be EVEN, while the south should be odd. This would support me determine if my vehicle is parked on the correct side, as I don't use my vehicle every day and park on various streets.
No phone notification? This application would be better if it had a pop up notification/alert for when a snow emergency is declared. Instead, you have to begin the application to search out if it is a snow emergency. Email and text alerts don't seem to work. Application is only helpful to remind you of the rules and to look up a specific street...
This isn't much of a review, but my ccnp mate has taken the Cisco MPLS exam OVER 6 times so far and failed every time. (I hold telling him to obtain some other books. Duh!)...maybe Cisco booby-trapped their exam so readers of THIS book will never obtain to 85% to pass ;-)
The recent modernize is even clunker and slow. GPS is still missing. Why not just tell is what day of the emergency is currently in effect? Beautiful sad considering the hundreds of thousands $$$$$$ mpls takes in every snow emergency. Take a fraction of that and hire an IA and UX designer.
Agree with the latest guy. The menu cuts off the day of the snow emergency which you can sort of figure out but 2 and 3 are difficult to differentiate between. Since this is basically the reason you install the application I feel like they need to fix this ASAP. I also signed up for text updates through the application but have received none.
Five stars.. 'Nuff said.. I'm never getting towed again.. mine works just fine.. i obtain text alerts and then i go here to check what day its on and tells me where to park.. this cuts my stress levels to almost nothing.. i never have to think twice anymore.. Thank You!!..:)..
Meh. The most useful thing it could do is tell you if there is a snow emergency, and it doesn't do that. The road lookup function shows a poorly rendered webpage. Maybe later versions will improve upon these issues. Worth downloading, but could be a lot better.
Before you even go to the errata page at Sybex just check that the book is all there. Mine wasn't and was missing 30 plus pages. With the extensive errata in hand then take your sissors and paste to transpose different diagrams onto the pages they are supposed to be on. What on earth was Sybex up to releasing this garbage. The technical content of the book is completely trashed by the incomprehensible and multiple mistakes. The author of this book has been terribly allow down by the publishing house and should be howling for the blood of the proof readers. To expect the reader to go on a "do-it-yourself" re-publishing exercise with errata, pen, paper and glue in hand is the height of cheek. If this publishing house intends to prove it could not give a damn about its output then this is the book to do it. However they could prove that they care about their customers and authors by withdrawing all copies and republishing the book. As it stands it is not fit for the purpose that it was either intended for or purchased. I did like Sybex, I will be very careful in the future though. Edited on 27/11/2002 Although I have complained now three times to Sybex UK and have been assured by the hapless UK staff that this has been passed on, complete silence from Sybex US. I think the deafness says it all just stay with Cisco's offerings as I will have to. KCH 27/11/2002.
What day we are on for a snow emergency is chop off. That's problematic. A person can obtain a ticket because they perceived the application as saying day 2 when it was actually day 3. Very deceiving. And I understand that everyone isn't guaranteed a text notification during snow emergencies but I haven't met a person yet who actually gets them. This application is potentially causing people to be confused which is leading to tickets. Why should we have to call the phone number to know where we're at in the snow emergency when that's what we got the application for? Why won't you guys fix the application despite the a lot of complaints?
HELLO SPELL CHECK. THIS HAS GOT TO HAVE THE MOST MISTAKES IN IT REGARDING SIMPLE SPELLING TO FORMULAS AND CONSTANT REPETITIVE CONFIGURATIONS I HAVE EVER SEEN. I THINK THAT IT IS OBVIOUS THAT THE WRITER DID NOT TAKE THE EXAM HIMSELF, THE BOOK WAS BLACK AND THE EXAM WAS WHITE. IF YOU ARE GOING TO TAKE THE EXAM DO NOT, DOOOOO NOOOOT BUY THIS BOOK. HEY BUDDY YOU MISSED A TONE OF STUFF THAT JUST HAPPENED TO BE IN THE EXAM AND NOT EVEN MENTIONED IN YOUR BOOK. I CANNOT BELIEVE THAT YOU ARE AN ENTERPRISE AND SERVICE PROVIDER INSTRUCTOR OF CISCO TECHNOLOGIES. NO WONDER YOU WORK FOR YOUR SELF NOBODY WOULD HIRE YOU. I AM ANGRY THAT I SPENT ALL THAT MONEY ON YOUR BOOK AND GOT ABSOLUTELY NOTHING OUT OF IT.
Play says this application is installed on my phone, but I just can't search it. Finally locate it as "Parking Rules". On the Play shop it's identified as "Mpls Snow Emergency Rules" so I'm looking under "M" and "S" like an idiot. How hard is it to name something consistently?
Does what it should Very simple, address lookup worked fine for me, gave me the correct parking information for the snow emergency that was declared this morning. Doesn't tell you explicitly that a snow emergency was declared but you can figure that out since there are snow emergency rules in effect. Or you can sign up for email notification. Handy to have it on my phone.
The most annoying thing in that book is there are too a lot of bugs. The commands are incorrect, picutures have wrong descriptions, and some tests have wrong answers (which makes you confused about your knowledge)! The amazing thing is there are a lot of config examples, but again, all of them are very related and often unnesscessary. All of this is also real for enclosed CD-ROM - there are a lot of wrong answers in practice tests, and the intro which starts after inserting the CD crashes immediately (tested on Windows XP and Windows 98).
When trying to set duration, it gets stuck loading and loading. Will not modernize cost when you change the duration from 15min to 30 minute or to whatever time you need. It just keeps trying to modernize the cost but cannot and will not allow you proceed to the final confirmation step. Using on a Pixel XL with a powerful LTE signal on T-Mobile. Im surprised it has so a lot of positive reviews.
The new, improved ver of this application is completely redesigned, simple to navigate and use, and reliable. Once you set up your vehicles and payment methods, it becomes simple as pie to park. The interface is simple on the eyes and simple to understand. It really saves time, as you don't have to fuss with the pay boxes anymore. Being able to extend your parking time remotely also saves time and reduces stress. Highly recommended.
Got burned by this application today. Apparently there was a network error and it didn't transmit data to Minneapolis and I got a ticket. So, I am sitting at my desk at work thinking everything is ok because I can see the countdown clock on the main screen, and didn't matter.
Prior to this ver of the Minneapolis parking application it was amazing... this ver never works for me I have gotten tickets because of the timeouts and doesn't process I can barely login and it's not setup well at all. This is the worst updated ver of a nap I've ever seen.
This application is garbage. It doesn't allow you search any spots near you, even if they are open, and obtain prepared to obtain ticketed, even after you've found your spot number at paid for it, because a lot of the spots present up in areas not even close to where they're supposed to be.
Works most of the time.. there is a weird lag between the actual deactivation time and text/email notifications. Otherwise.. super convienient and works most of the time. It would be amazing if it allow you know that there was time left on a meter.. but that seems unlikely to change.
Installed it thinking I could use it to pay for parking today....boy was I wrong! Took forever to answer to any tap, and when it finally created it to the point where I could enter the meter number and duration, it completely stalled......forcing me to dig for change, run across the road to the bank, wait in line for 10 minute to request $1 in quarters to then finally be able to pay the meter. Too bad, as the application has a amazing concept
The application has had incorrect areas linked to the zone numbers both times I have visited MN. I tried to give feedback directly within the application but the "Submit" button disappeared when I started typing. Latest year my family received a parking ticket due to application malfunction; I was hoping between latest year and this one the kinks would be worked out.
Most of the time this application is a life saver. But I did obtain one parking ticket and had to go in to an officer and prove that I had indeed paid through the app. The ticket was dismissed but it was a pain to go there. So hold your e-mail receipts!
**The Primal Forces of Network** According to the Writers Clan of America the greatest screenplay of all time belongs to _Casablanca_. A sentimental favourite, no doubt, worthy for a handful of catchy one-liners capped off with a convincing dump-the-dame speech. While Bogie plays himself, Bergman, who may have been the most attractive woman of all time, didn't have much to say. The best moments in Casablanca were, in fact, the silent ones, and without Bogie and Bergie's chemistry, it probably wouldn't have created the top 10. Best screenplay suggests best story, best plot, best characters and dialogue; best combination of drama, comedy, intrigue, emotional engagement, suspense, social and political relevance; one peppered with casual everydayisms, baited with humour and simmering with intelligence, threatening to release an experiential payload of euphoric proportions; a work that can transcend genre and demographics, build up simultaneously on different levels, plumbed by the weight of it's essential voice, sending out intuitive signals, rippling with perplexing channels and insightful glimpses that are symbolically blended into plain words on paper; all with a properly superb balance of , wit, desire, comfort, fear, anger and wisdom in an accelerated narrative leading us to a magnificent crescendo and--fade out--leaving us to wonder. Furthermore, amazing screenplays serve the motion-picture medium's incomparable ability to effortlessly jump time and space. _Casablanca_ is static and contained, framed and nailed to the wall: a beautiful photograph. Despite the WGA's endorsement, there can only be one candidate amazing enough to qualify for the all-time best screenplay, and fittingly it goes to the all-time best screenplay writer. Paddy Chayefsy's _Network_ has dazzled us for four decades and counting. The stage where a mob of murderous bank-robbing terrorists who have their own reality TV present bicker over the wording of their contract alone demonstrates we are dealing with a higher grade of pertinent genius. The corporate cosmology of Arthur Jensen, a pivotal lesson in global economics, tops it off, leaving all Network's competitors in the dust, burying any climactic speech written before or since, Bogie's popular brush-off farewell included, thus slamming the lid down on anything _Casablanca_ can play. As for ill-fated romances, the doomed alliance between old-school journalism (Holden) seduced and corrupted into severing his ties with his compassionate spouse to hastily shack up with the opportunistic post-modern media wench (Dunaway) is fraught with more complications than anything _Casablanca_ can muster, and it's only one of the sub-plots. Of course _Network_ is most popular for the "I'm angry as hell" rant, which swells from a nuanced and complex story arc demonstrating the rise and fall of an iconic media star. Hell-raising public mischief aside, Howard Beale's profound narrative leads off with a suicidally desperate, washed-up newsman who impulsively hits a nerve, rockets to stardom as a modern-day prophet, then is shaped and sensationalized as an overcooked parody by the media, stigmatized by maniacal Fox-news-like delusions that overtake him until he gets too huge for his britches and needs a walloping corporate scolding, causing his starry streak to fizzle out, before getting gunned down by the greedy TV execs who created him, leaving hapless undiscriminating audiences to grasp for the next fresh thing. _Network_ is inspired writing that doesn't require heart-throbbing film stars to pull it off. It could have been directed by my illiterate grandmother, shot on VHS in a dingy church basement, performed by eager boy scouts and girl guides, and it would still be the greatest screenplay of all time, one not just for the spectacle of projecting on a giant screen, but for doubling as a giant mirror with just enough sugar-coated satire to swallow the @#$%!y truth about ourselves. Though calling _Network _a satire is like calling Hamlet a murder mystery. Satire is either spineless and passive-aggressive, or specific and short-lived. Chayefsky's bombastic pronouncements become more exceptional and relevant each passing year.
Ivan Pepeljnack is a well known network guru in the world, his speciality is MPLS and this book helps you to master the MPLS VPN solutions to design,deploy and troubleshoot your e book is starting with a brief introduction of the MPLS VPN in general, do not expect the book to teach you MPLS or you should read MPLS fundamentals MPLS Fundamentals ,The authors then explain how the CE are peering with the PE since MPLS VPN are not OVERLAY VPN and involve L3 routing with your provider. EIGRP, OSPF and ISIS are here explained and I guess RIP is missing because it's not that scalable and kinda slow to converge. This is why they choose to focus on others well implemented e "Advanced deployement scenarios" is giving you some info similar to security within the backbone : +Authentication +Route Control +Access to Internat (Global FIB)You ll then search the Multicast VPN and IPV6 section of the book and I have to admit that this so deep ! You ll fell in love with this technology. The method the author explained this is amazing ! I have to admit that I read that part 2 or 3 times in a row to understand it e final section focuses on Troubleshooting:You ll learn how to troubleshoot and End to End LSP, The control plane, the Data plane and then how the Egress Export and IMPORT map are working (my favorite)I highly recommend this book if you have an already solid background with MPLS ... If you just starting your MPLS studies, check Luc De ghien book : MPLS Fundamentals ... it really worth it !
Amazing FOLLOW on to Volume I. This isn't another Volume II that ONLY corrects things and adds one meaningless chapter! This book is a follow-on to Volume 1. If you have not read Volume I, buy that book first! This book is advanced subjects starting where volume I left off.
I like the fact that this gives me some mounting options for my Princeton Tec MPLS, it's just to poor these aren't packaged with the ese mounts give you the flexibility to mount to a MICH style helmet rails (ARC rails) as well as onto a picatinny rail type system. I have included a few images to illustrate (although the configuration on the M4 is very impractical - just showing it can be done).The plastic retention clip mounted on the bottom seems to keep in put on the ARC rails, however, being plastic, I don't see this being "marine tough" and holding up to the abuse any young soldier or marine may throw at it in their every day dealings and equipment ing plastic, it IS very lightweight and coupled with The Princeton Tec light which is also lightweight, the weight of the configuration when attached to my helmet is barely, if at all noticeable.I've given it four stars for it's Price and construction Once again, it's plastic and pricey for an item that may not stand up to military or contractor handling. If guys have to pamper with it to create sure it doesn't break, then it's a hassle not worth the convenience:-(Overall, it's serving its intended purpose, but I'll definitely modernize in a few months to comment on its ruggedness.