Nova La Amenaza – No Voy A Llorar Por Ti

Nova La Amenaza – No Voy A Llorar Por Ti

Nova La Amenaza – No Voy A Llorar Por Ti

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  1. Hitesh says:

    Sure you do, especially to do it well, to wit:Subscriptions: We are sedinng out over five million emails per day try that on your regular host with mail() and they’ll shut you down in a heartbeat. We provide users an option to receive subscriptions to several blogs as part of daily or weekly digest, or read it on the web interface. Finally because we’re at scale we’re able to work on deliverability at a level that usually only paid services do. We’re a third-party so both users and other service providers trust us more.Stats: Doing stats locally either requires a database write for every page load, which is hugely inefficient and banned by most shared hosts, or processing log files at some interval, which is taxing on a shared server and difficult to configure and run especially across heterogenous environments. We can provide near-real-time constantly improving stats with zero load on your server, and because we do it for billions of pageviews (about 2B last week alone) we do it super-quickly without slowing down your visitors.Latex: Can be run locally, but again it require specific server configuration that is beyond the reach of most people and the configuration abilities on most shared hosts. In addition, there would be a huge load overhead to do it dynamically as we do, which allows for on-demand configuration of the color and size of the formulas in addition to processing the Latex itself.Spell checking: WordPress actually has built-in spell-checking, ours is just way better because above and beyond an aspell it can look at he context of words, style guides, and grammar checking. You can because we open sourced it, but the English language model requires several gigabytes of memory to run, which is why it’s not feasible to ask everyone to do that locally.

  2. Great common sense here. Wish I’d thought of that.

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