The other day I wanted to search and replace in OneNote 2010 (the version my employer uses), after trying all of the shortcuts and searching the menus I turned to DuckDuckGo for help. This is the Office support document that I found:
I thought it was 2017 already?
If you’re living in China, you’ve got to know these ten simple hand signs.
Source: A Complete Guide to Chinese Number Hand Gestures – That’s Shanghai
Quite a good guide, check it out and practice!
I have been a fan of Alison Krauss for many years and have her entire catalogue, a unique voice and also a unique talent. I simply love everything she does, from song writing, to producing.
Today she released Windy City which is her first solo album since 1999’s Forget About It. I think it has been worth the wait and has been the perfect end to a not so perfect week.
Passengers abroad a China Eastern Airlines flight bound for Shanghai were recently rewarded with a free trip to the scenic middle of sunny Siberia following a small bout of engine failure.
Source: China Eastern Airlines flight to Shanghai makes unexpected stop in Siberia due to engine failure
Yikes! I’ve taken this flight many times before!
I find this really interesting, and about time the rules were enforced. I don’t think I have taken a flight in recent memory where the somebody has not been using their phone during take off or landing. The only strange thing with rules in China is that they will not allow a mobile phone to be used in Airplane Mode, yet a cellular based iPad in Airplane Mode draws no attention.
It turns out that China was actually serious when it warned passengers against using phones on planes last year. Shockingly serious, in fact.
Source: Three Chinese passengers have been jailed this year for using their mobile phones during flight: Shanghaiist