I am taking multivariable calculus and I wanted some 3D graph templates and I did not really like what I saw browsing around so I made a couple word documents. The markings are really close to 1/4″ and I have two versions. One has numbers up to ten and the other does not.
3D Graph with number labels, 0.25inch markings
3D Graph No numbers, 0.25inch markings
The files are bigger than they really need to be because I did not optimize the images much.
I do not have the time to code right now, but if I had the time to tweak Mozilla Thunderbird, this is what I would do:
- make more of a central cache for e-mails and e-mail content (perhaps instead of creating a bunch of msf files)
- integrate certain plugins (LookOut, QuickFolders)
- create a centrally managed version (maybe based on some sort of extended IMAP?) By this I mean what might be called a corporate version where everything is controlled on a central server.
- Create a single-tasking mode (maybe based on reading list from QuickFolders extension)
- Add a button to close and open folder pane
- Do not show preview pane until an e-mail is clicked (ie hide it every time you click a folder)
- Make sure connection can totally reset from within an e-mail draft without being trapped in a loop where you can no longer save draft and no longer send.
Fix the following bug (IMAP IDLE no longer works and has not worked for a while):
The related bugs (there are many) may say the problem is fixed but it is not. The issue boils down to the IDLE connection is closed right when the new mail message should arrive so Thunderbird does not say a new E-mail has arrived.
From Science Friday we get this cool interview with an Engineer/Scientist working on Metal Foam. It looks like it may be good at stopping bullets!
For Your Protection, a New Kind of Metal