Interview paul mcnamee (@paulmcnamee) December 21, 2015
And then I see the screen and I think: “OK, I think this works. It’s been tested in a lab.” — paul mcnamee (@paulmcnamee) December 21, 2015
And then I realize the screen isn’t really that big; it’s so small that I can actually see the text, but it’s also much closer to the page it was running on than the one before.
That is very encouraging. But it’s also a big letdown if it turns out that what people see as screen scrolling isn’t really there at all, or just the text that’s in front of them.
We haven’t actually seen the full implementation of the screen scrolling demo here at Google but it should have a lot to do with it.
How to do it
So how does Google implement this? Well, they’ll be taking the id빅카지노ea of a searchable website and converting it into a “screen scroll” effect. But this isn’t the final result.
As the a스핀 카지노bove screenshot suggests, this isn’t the final version of the effect. There’s still a long way to go before we’re on a plane, so be patient while you wait.
The thing is, the more clever and the more interesting this is, the more of a letdown we’ll feel about this result.
What I’m hoping is that as the days pass and Google continues to refine and iterate and add to this little application, the public will begin to understand and appreciate that not everything on a website needs to be perfect. There is still room for improvement and sometimes even as much as we want to improve and improve and improve.
I won’t know for sure until someone actually shows me how these changes work. Google says they’ve started working on this concept at various stages but so far this is an early alpha build.
This idea is only going to really scale once you make the conversion work and there’s 카지노 바lots of room for improvement here.
So, is that really too much to ask?