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A lioness open an unlocked car door

Let me in

As you can see, she doesn’t only come out at night!

At an safari in South Africa a lioness used her teeth to open an unlocked car door. As you can tell from the video the family was completely caught off guard by the event.

“Lock the door! Oh my gosh! I didn’t know they could do that,” one of the ladies screams out. As the woman in the backseat quickly closes and locks the door.

See for yourself.

Welcome to minecraft.jermsmit.com Blog Site

Well its here the blog site that the community of players have been asking for. 

I spend some time setting it up, getting a theme and making some customization and we are online and ready.

That said come join us for some game discussions and event sharing over at http://minecraft.jermsmit.com/

Thanks,

Jermal

 

 

Finally I can Watch Netflix in Ubuntu

Hi all,

I just read on the Ubuntu insights that watching Netflix is now a thing for Ubuntu. Recent efforts have finally paid off and Canonical, Ubuntu now supports it when using Google Chrome version 37 and above.

I big thanks goes out to those at Netflix and Ubuntu for making this “official”. I’ve personally waiting a long time for this.

R.I.P. Linwood B. Pulley Jr

Today, February  6th 2014 at 12:05 est. my cousin my hero ended his heroic and well fought fight with cancer.

His battle was far from easy; his courage, endurance, strength was that which great stories are told and later movies today are made.

Lin was more that just my family; he was part and always will be family to the United States Navy in which he so honorably served.

I wish him farewell, and will see you in the life after this. I wish you fair winds and following sea.

– Love you

 

SharePoint 2013 Upgrade Testing – My InfoPath Issue

I have been testing various features and functionally of a  recent SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 upgrade I preformed. When I encountered an issue involving a list item used heavily buy one of my departments.

The issue presented itself when the users attempted to create new work items and this is when SharePoint 2013 displayed an informative error messages telling me something went wrong.

I was able to obtain the correlation ID,

and after some filtering and digging in the ULS  (Unified Logging System) I was able to see that this list was created using InfoPath.

After seeking additional information from a few developers it was suggested that this form may need to be recreated. I was later to find out that other customer shave been facing issues with InfoPath and SharePoint 2013 forms.

The Office Team @ Microsoft has released a statement via their Blog that they are “evolving  forms technology” in an effort to streamline and deliver a more integrated  user experience.

In their own words:  “we’re retiring InfoPath and investing in new forms technology across SharePoint, Access, and Word. This means that InfoPath 2013 is the last release of the desktop client, and InfoPath Forms Services in SharePoint Server 2013 is the last release of InfoPath Forms Services.” 

I am taking that means the older forms used from back in Office SharePoint Server 2007 have been deprecated, eventually the rest.

That said here is a link to their blog post:
Update on InfoPath and SharePoint Forms