This is a rather unusual utility that allows you access to information contained on a graph.
For example, you can take a scanned image of a graph, and by selecting points on the graph, you can output that information to another file or stdout.
The interface is very good, and you can easily select points of interest and enter appropriate information.
GPS units often have more features than just allowing you to quietly look at maps and directions. We'll show you a few other features in this episode. view it
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In this episode we show you how to use your MacBook Air and show you the improved sleep function. view it
We show you how to set up your Roku device so that it's networked, ready to run and connected to your TV. view it
We show you what sort of hardware the MacBook Air offers and what connection ports are available. view it