For most of Jiddu Krishnamurti's life what he said and wrote sparked both interest and controversy. His observations on religion, nationalism, tradition, organizations, and relationships often ran counter to the convention of the day. If they are less startling today, it is either due to the effect his insights have had on common consciousness or an indication of the extent to which he was ahead of his time. But Krishnamurti’s insights on education are still radical and frequently misunderstood or dismissed as impractical. This is probably due largely to the fact that Krishnamurti presents education as a religious activity in an age when most people still see it as preparation for succeeding in a secular world.
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These quotes cover philosophy, religion and India’s contributions to society.
Some of the authors include: Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Buddha, Bhagavad Gita, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Krishna, Osho, Rabindranath Tagore, Sri Aurobindo, Sri Ramana Maharshi, Swami Vivekananda, and many more!
Even Einstein has something to say about India!
- Large number of quotes
- Share via Facebook, Twitter, SMS, email and all your social apps
- Great search feature, search by quotes and authors
- Save your favorite quotes for later viewing
- Widgets allow you to display a new quote every day on your homescreen
- Personalize - Fully control the look of your application. Customize background image, font colors, size and appearance, and even control transparency
- Set how often quotes are displayed on widgets (e.g., hourly, daily, etc.)
- Choose order of quotes - alphabetical or random
- Copy Quote and paste into all your applications
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VERY IMPORTANT: Please make sure you have defined your international prefix number in the preferences of WebSMS. The ASPSMS connector needs this to properly format the phone numbers. If not set at all, WebSMS will assume it is +49 (Germany); from within the connector, I can't detect it has not been set.
- Normal SMS or Flash SMS
- multiple recipients (up to 1000)*
- Send later (differed sending)
- Display of remaining credits
- Originator can be your mobile phone number
- Originator can also be any text up to 11 characters.
* The connector can do up to 1000 recipients, but currently WebSMS is not well suited for mass SMSing. I may try to contribute to WebSMS to make this better. Please let me know if you are interested.
WARNING: when sending an SMS with this connector to an invalid phone number, the service provider (ASPSMS.com) will consume the required credits whether the sms is delivered or not. This is the way the ASPSMS service works and they have no intention to modify it, nor can I do something about this in the connector. ASPSMS.com consider you - the user - are responsible to provide valid phone numbers.
Typical use of MyAccounts is with applications like MyPhoneExplorer or ContactLoader (soon to be released). These applications will be able to use the account created by MyAccounts.
MyAccounts does not come with any synchronization mechanism. It really only declares a contact account. That’s all.
If you need to add or edit contacts from the MyContacts account directly on your phone, you will most certainly not be able to do so using your default contact editor. For this purpose, please install the application called "Contact Editor Free" or "Contact Editor Pro".
This application is a workaround for AOSP bug 6545: https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=6545.
A contact as you see it in the People application can be the aggregation of multiple contacts. For exemple, if you have added your friend Allan to your contact list and Allan also has a Twitter account, these two contacts can be aggregated together to form a single contact in the People application.
The name you see for this aggregated contact comes from one of the individual contacts. If the names are the same (e.g. Allan), no problem. If they differ, you certainly want to see "Allan" and not his Twitter account name. In other words, you want to be able to choose which of the names you want to see.
On the Nexus line of products, you can't choose. If you are lucky, the name you want is also the one Android chose. If you're out of luck... too bad! On Samsung devices, you do not have this problem; you can choose which should be the primary (or default) contact; the aggregated contact will then show the name of the primary contact.
This app allows you to force Android to use the display name of your choice. It's a hack, and Android can change it back at any time.
Note: the app has been tested on the Nexus 5, nexus 7 (first edition) and Galaxy nexus.
Other Android versions (from different manufacturers or custom ROMs) may exhibit the same problem and would thus benefit from this application too. Samsung devices don't seem to have this issue.
Note that it is a minimal implementation that covers the following use-case:
1) the problem affects only a few contacts
2) the display name is not reset by automatic refreshes or at least not too often (depends mainly on the account type)
The app could be extended for other use-cases. Let me know.
*** How to use ***
This app is not visible in the launcher. It is visible only in the "quick contact badge", that Window that opens when you tap on the thumbnail photo of a contact and that shows the possible actions for that contact.
To use it, do the following steps:
- find you contact in the People app
- tap on the thumbnail photo
- find the Codinac icon (Codinac = this app)
- tap on it
- choose the display-name you want
- that's it
Note 1: it is possible that you don't find the Codinac icon in the Quick Contact Badge. This happens when another application also registered an action on the contact name, as Codinac does. Tap on that app's icon instead.
Note 2: on tablets, the People app does not let you access the Quick Contact Badge. You may have to install another contact manager like the excellent DW Contacts.