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About Aiwa

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    I code for fun
  • Birthday 08/05/1984

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  1. Problem being any spam attempts that put in bogus phone numbers would count toward your Twilio usage. Any such system would need to be carefully designed to prevent abuse that could cost the board owner an untold amount of money with zero benefit over traditional email. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying it can’t be done... There are a lot of things to consider to ensure such a system can’t be abused and cost the board owner lots of $$$. Human readable code always gets out somehow. Any code written will be inspected for vulnerabilities and possibly exploited.
  2. Yup, I looking into this (for a different purpose) and this was the primary reason I let the project die.
  3. @OlympusRyan I’m afraid I’m unable to reply to your review and my DM for this account is turned off on this community. Could you please try submitting a support request again? I’ve verified that my mail and support systems are up and running and has been tested. Should you have any issues, please reply to this topic.
  4. That’s because the inflammatory posts I was referring to were removed. I do agree that most of the quoted post of mine, or all of it, should also be removed. Welcome to the topic, based on your passion, it sounds like you have a lot of ideas. I’m sure other clients / IPS would be interested in hearing them as feature suggestions for IPS’ budding mobile app.
  5. I used to have hundreds of friends, mostly from school/work. I’m from the generation where you had to have a school .edu account to sign up. I gave up Facebook almost 3 years ago, last electionish timeframe, and haven’t looked back. There is one thing about having a healthy debate on differences. It’s an entirely different story when debates turn into defamation and overall nastiness. Nothing productive. When any of my family members start a sentence with “I read this on Facebook” I instantly tune them out. My mom sends me links to Facebook and/or general social media sites all the time.
  6. 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
  7. I’ve got to say, the pandemic hasn’t hit my families daily life hardly at all. We already home schooled, I already have a home office that can be closed off, and having not been able to drive until very recently basically keeps things closer to what has been the norm already for a few years. I greatly sympathize with others having difficulty balancing home school and work. Our family has been passing along recommendations to friends on different ways of home schooling. If you do it in a way that works for your family, school can take less than 2.5 hours a day. Yes, social interaction is
  8. TENS units are quite popular, basically electrical therapy for achy muscles and muscle knots/cramps. https://tensunits.com/blogs/blog/muscle-knots-muscle-tightness-facts-treatment-options I’ve used them in the past. They are certainly interesting devices. Whether there is any correlation with that or any other electrical therapy to individual cells, especially against a virus, I would have to defer to experts. On a side note, I get zapped with ~4 Volts in my neck every 45 seconds for 30 seconds, VNS Therapy 2.5mA on a platinum iridium wire with an impedance of ~600 ohms (I think).
  9. A few of the school districts have cancelled school for the year, including first semester in the fall. That’s freaking a few people out.
  10. Look at the bright side... These are moments you’ll have with your kids that you’ll never forget. Time flies, believe me... Your kids will never forget. I’ve got a 6 and 10 year old. They will never forget the extra time that daddy spent with them these last weeks. Mainly because I no longer have a 2 hour commute. My commute is 30 seconds. 😝
  11. @Kyle F Hang in there! I wish you the best of luck combatting what is a very hard internal battle and quite different for everyone. Everyone is quite different, but I’m in a similar boat. I’ve found that getting in the car and going for a drive to help a bit. Breaks up the monotony of sitting in a stale home. Sunlight has done wonders for me. Obviously maintaining social distancing, which I try to keep at over 10 feet, and no where there are surfaces that could retain the virus.
  12. My county and state respectively. Source: Texas Dept of Health. On a brighter note, my boss escalated my request to continue to work from home while there is still a greater risk to my daughter. It had to go to the VP of engineering to get approved. Thankfully, I reported directly to the VP many years ago, before he was a VP. So he knows who I am, my quality of work, and my work ethic.
  13. Sorry, I just find many of these funny. Hopefully it lightens the topic. BONUS points if you can figure out what movie that Chuck Norris picture is from.
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