I'm watching an episode of NCIS off my TiVo HD - which means nice resolution, and I can pause and rewind it. The episode involves the NCIS agents investigating a weapons deal. They discover an email detailing where the deal will take place - at 45 26' 29"N 71 41' 29"W, which is, in fact, the actual coordinates for the airport mentioned in the story.
I'm assuming these are documented somewhere, but they certainly weren't listed in the documentation I have.
javax.servlet.forward.request_uri - the original value returned from request.getRequestURI() javax.servlet.forward.context_path - the original value returned from request.getContextPath() javax.servlet.forward.servlet_path - the original value returned from request.getServletPath() (who'd have guessed?)
Google has released their own browser, called Google Chrome. And I really like it - with one huge, major flaw.
Why is it called Chrome? Because chrome is "the user interface portion" of an application. In other words, the back/forward buttons and the address bar would all be chrome. So Google Chrome is the chrome around webpages, I guess.
TiVo's added YouTube support to their Series 3 DVRs. So how does it work?
Short answer, horribly.
The user interface is a bit clunky, but overall works. But when you get to the videos, finally, the audio skips. (On every one I tried.)
And the video quality is horrible, but then again, it's YouTube. I was expecting YouTube quality video and that's what I got. I was also expecting YouTube quality audio, but it managed to fail to deliver on that.
All-in-all, not a very effective way to visit YouTube. My PS3 does a much better job.