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Prof. Lester Ingber has published over 100 papers and books in theoretical nuclear physics, neuroscience, finance, optimization, combat analysis, karate, and education. Through Lester Ingber Research (LIR) in Ashland OR he develops and consults on projects documented in the http://www.ingber.com/ archive.
Prof. Ingber received: his diploma from Brooklyn Technical High School in 1958; his B.S. in physics from Caltech in 1962; his Ph.D. in theoretical nuclear physics from UC San Diego in 1966, while studying at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen and consulting at RAND in Santa Monica CA.
Prof. Ingber has held positions in academia, government and industry: National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow at UC Berkeley and UC Los Angeles; Assistant Professor in physics at SUNY at Stony Brook; Research Physicist in the Physics department and in the Institute for Pure and Applied Physical Sciences at UC San Diego; Research Associate at UC San Diego in the Music department; twice Senior Research Associate of the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences; Professor of Physics at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey CA and the US Army Concepts Analysis Agency in Bethesda MD; Research Professor of Mathematics at The George Washington University in DC; Director of Research and Development at trading firm DRW in Chicago IL and hedge fund DUNN Capital Management in Stuart FL; Editor-in-Chief at Research Publisher for: Current Progress Journal (timely topics in science), Graduate Journal of Research, and Undergraduate Journal of Research, and associated e-conferences for these three journals; Partner in Pion Capital, a hedge-fund partnership of Caltech alumni.
On our two Thinkpads running XP Pro SP3, this is impossible to install. We can't get by the blank "robot" screen. A suggestion in the forum to disable adblock and noscript (why!?) and restart did not work.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.4.3).
Sorry about my comments re Google Labs. It turned out this is a FF 3.6 issue. Using UserAgentSwicher to set FF 2.0 solved this problem.
I do not see how to add GMail Labs in the Firefox version?
Extremely useful in TB!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1.7).
Thanks for returning control of TB to me!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3.0).
This is very decent biff for TB. It would be nice to have an option to use a keyboard shortcut to close the alert window.
Re: every file is infected?
My error. I see that I put /usr/sbin/clamd for the executable, as some other ClamAV tool had similar settings. The correct setting here (on the Ubuntu machine) is /usr/bin/clamdscan (clamd is running).
Under Ubuntu 9.04,just every file download pops up a window saying it is infected. This is not true. Scans with the same clamdscan on the machine show no problems, and tests on PCs with other AV software show no problems. I'm talking about even pdf files.
I like the setup of this extension, but I could not get it to work on all my emails. For example, I want to preserve fonts and colors in my reply to a given email. I could do this properly using simple_ht_jumper, but I could not do this with allow_html_temp with any combination of options?
I find this very useful. I can reply to an email sent in html & multiple colors, and retain the format and colors of the original email in my reply.
I don't understand AA's comment re allow_html_temp? Using that extension, I could not get the fonts and colors in the original email to be preserved in my reply box, despite trying the various combinations offered?
I look forward to further development of this extension.
attachspace-1.0 installs OK, but after restarting TB and clicking on options I get:
XML Parsing Error: undefined entity
Line Number 6, Column 1:
I very much appreciate clamdrib. I would like at least an option to run clamd whenever Thunderbird is started up. If clamd is already running, then no harm is done. However, for any reason clamd is not running, and automatic downloads from other servers are in force, I'd like clamd started up ASAP for sure.