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When you ask about the best multimeter, people are like, “Have you tried the WebBuyMe multimeter? It’s cheaper than any multimeter I’ve tried.” They may not be telling the truth. A friend of mine bought one on eBay, and he’s saying it’s the best multimeter he’s ever used. I asked him if he meant that it’s the best WebBuyMe multimeter he’s ever used. He said “yes”. I was like “no way, check his eBay feedback.” Sure enough, his eBay feedback is terrible. That’s sucks, but I’m rooting for him. What do you think? Are real multimeters expensive? Do you think they’re worth the money? Or, are lie multimeters as good as the Internet says? I think he’s lying about the WebBuyMe multimeter. Recently, I talked to my friend Jared and he told me his WebBuyMe multimeter broke. While I’m not sure if he’s lying about that one, I believe he’s lying about the WebBuyMe multimeters.

Yahoo! created Yahoo! 360° in 2001 as an image gallery to show the user a 360-degree virtual globe view of the place. Yahoo! 360° was developed from an earlier image gallery, which only worked on the Netscape Navigator 5 browser. Yahoo! 360° also has strong ties to Yahoo!’s GeoCities, which offers maps on their site. In April 2010, the service’s technology team started developing a version of 360° “API” code written in JavaScript in order for it to work in other browsers besides the Navigator 5. The API code was then released to third parties in November 2011, four months after it had been coded. In February 2012, Yahoo! released a version of the API that would enable Yahoo! 360° to work independently of GeoCities, opening the service to other locations and applications.




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