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  • Vikarti shared from Diana Santee, Book 2, Gateway to Xanadu (Diana Santee, Special Agent) by Sharon Green
    But one thing I did do: I put one section of chapter 13, Diana and Val's time in the heart of the Pleasure Sphere, into a separate area. That part is really very gruesome, and if you don't care to read it I won't be offended. There are two places in chapter 13, one where you can link up to the gruesome part, which is at the end of the
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  • Vikarti shared from Diana Santee, Book 2, Gateway to Xanadu (Diana Santee, Special Agent) by Sharon Green
    scenes better. Love and hugs, Sharon
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  • Vikarti shared from The Transparent Society: Will Technology Force Us To Choose Between Privacy And Freedom? by David Brin
    Note: проверка 'shared notes'
  • Vikarti shared from a Personal Document
    The door to the admissions room opened slowly as Janice peeked in, eyes darting about nervously. The room was rarely used at this time of night, but she couldn’t take any chances. This evening had been months in the planning, and nothing was going to stop her from achieving her desire.
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  • Vikarti shared from Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X (4th Edition) by Aaron Hillegass, Adam Preble
    Now that you are familiar with retain, release, and autorelease, you are ready for the rules. In these rules, we use the word “you” to mean “an instance of whatever class you are currently working on.” It is a useful form of empathy: You imagine that you are the object you are writing. So, for example, “If you retain the string, it will not be deallocated” really means “If an instance of the class that you are currently working on retains the string, it will not be deallocated.” Here, then, are the rules. (Implementation details are in parentheses.) • If you create an object...