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The software world has gone through a lot of interesting evolutionary steps in the last thirty or forty years, starting with everything being free because it was from the hardware vendor to having third party companies that could only really sell site licenses because there was no way to control how many instantiations were running at a given moment, to indie developers creating a thriving ecosystem of games, utilities and other programs for Mac and PC, to shareware, to cunning software programs that “phoned home” via the Internet to check that they were legit copies.
A buddy of mine boasted over beers that he’s more employable than I am, which seems bogus. He says that he even gets 10-20 views of his LinkedIn Profile every week without having to do anything on the site. How can I check to see how popular my own LI profile is so I can give him the smack down next time the topic comes up?
I’m perpetually late so I’d like to tweak my Apple Watch to be showing the time just a bit ahead of the actual wall time. In other words, when it’s 11am, my watch would show 11:10 to help me out. On my old watch this was easy to set. How about on the fancy new Apple Watch? Doable?