developer program – Can I use Apple’s San Francisco font (and other fonts) in my own text editor?

No.

As you mention, you can do it technically, but the license I reviewed appears to not grant anyone a license to use this work in personal projects. Some good people agree with me as well. As a developer, you will want to get good legal advice on licensing – what we think on this internet site isn’t likely to be prudent legal advice. Even if I was a lawyer, I’m certainly not your lawyer.

Read your legal agreement carefully. If you wish to license the typeface, you could ask Apple for (or your business manager to acquire) that license or how much they would charge for such a personal use license.

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customs and immigration – Re check bags at Dublin stop over? Travelling Heathrow to San Francisco on Aer Lingus

Taking things in reverse order:

Is it now mandatory to pre-clear at Dublin?

Yes, it is. All US-bound passengers must go through pre-clearance at Dublin. The plane then lands as a “US-Domestic” flight in the states, with you just stepping out into the terminal.

will I need to claim by luggage at Dublin and recheck it?

No, you won’t, as long as it is tagged through to your final destination at checkin in Heathrow. (Verify this at checkin!). When you get to the US pre-clearance area, you’ll give them your baggage tags (the little receipt-y barcode sticky tags) along with your passport. The CBP officers will then pull up a photo of your bags on their screen, and ask you to identify that they’ve correctly worked out which are yours. They’ll then ask you some questions about the bags.

If they are interested in the bags, they’ll then push some buttons and have the bags sent to a special inspection area in the pre-clearance zone for you and them to check. Otherwise, once they’re happy for the bags to enter the USA, they’ll send them onwards to the plane

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data – Why doesn’t this map of covid-19 cases in california counties show San Francisco as having at least *some* cases?

Why doesn’t this map of covid-19 cases in california counties show San Francisco as having at least some cases?

data = ResourceData["Epidemic Data for Novel Coronavirus COVID-19", 
   "USCounties"];

calData = 
  Module[{s = {}}, 
   Do[If[data[[k]][[1]] == Interpreter["USState"]["California"], 
     s = Join[s, {data[[k]][[2]]}]], {k, 1, Length[data]}]; s];

usaCountyCases[s_, c_] := 
 First[data[Select[MatchQ[Interpreter["USState"][s], #State] &]][
     Select[MatchQ[
        Interpreter["USCounty"][c <> " county, " <> s], #County] &]][
    All, #ConfirmedCases["LastValue"] &] // Normal, 0]

caCountyCases[countycode_] := 
 usaCountyCases["Ca", calData[[countycode]][[2]][[1]]]

countiesValues = 
  Table[calData[[k]] -> caCountyCases[k] , {k, 1, Length[calData]}];

min = 0;

max = 100;

GeoRegionValuePlot[countiesValues, PlotRange -> {min, max, Automatic},
  ImageSize -> Full]

Postscript name of San Francisco font

I’m using MacOS Catalina 10.15.4. I want to change the system font on my MacBook Air. I know (or think) that the system recognises fonts using the postscript name of the font. I know that below Mac OSX Yosemite, the name is .LuciadaGrandeUI and for Mac OSX Yosemite, the name is .HelveticaNeueDeskInterface-Regular. However, above Mac OSX Yosemite, the font is San Francisco. What is the postscript name of the font?

usa – Multiday parking in San Francisco

I would recommend obtaining a long term parking permit at one of the various BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) Stations in the San Francisco Bay Area. As of August 2019 the daily rate is $7 for all stations where parking is available, which is far lower than any garage parking spaces you will find in metro San Francisco. It should be noted that none of the BART stations in SF proper (Embarcadero to Balboa Park) have any parking facilities.

Once parked, depending on your station of choice, it will cost you between $3 and $7 for a one-way trip to the downtown San Francisco stations on the BART system.

Related links:

BART airport/long-term parking permit reservations

Fares, schedules, maps available at www.bart.gov

[ Politics ] Open-ended question: Why are leftists attracted to third-world community communities like New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco?

[Politics] Open ended question: Why are leftists attracted to third world community shitholes like NYC, LA and SF?

San Francisco: Do ​​SF, LA and Las Vegas have very large bookstores?

There are some, but they are becoming quite rare these days, many have closed since electronic and digital commerce (read: Amazon) have changed people's habits, while others have drastically reduced their size.

The largest library chain in the US UU. It's Barnes & Noble, and you can find their locations using the store search engine on their website. However, stores can vary significantly in size. The other important player used to be Borders, but now they are long dead.

There are also some independent bookstores, but they are few and far between, and they often have more used (second-hand) books than new ones, so it depends a lot on what you are looking for.

Keep in mind that the Los Angeles metropolitan area is very large, so you should probably give a more specific area. A good bookstore in Anaheim is not very useful if you are staying in Santa Monica, for example.

You probably have the best chance of finding interesting bookstores in San Francisco. See the lists here and here for instance.

As for Las Vegas … I think it qualifies for the proverbial desert.

However, if you're looking for specific books (instead of just wanting to search for physical books), I'm afraid your best option is probably Amazon. There is a reason why they killed everyone else …

routes: San Francisco to Sedona, Grand Canyon, Antelope (and horseshoe bend)

Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) is the closest airport to these three destinations with commercial flights. I was able to find round-trip flights from SFO for less than $ 200 in AA.

From the airport, there is little difference in driving distance if you rearrange the destinations, provided that Sedona is the first or last, but if it goes in the order you indicated, Sedona, Grand Canyon and Antelope Canyon is perfectly reasonable and will give you a A lot of scenic driving between the points.

You can place multiple destinations on Google Maps and play by rearranging them, if you wish, but you probably won't find anything shorter.

Of course, while you can drive between all these points in one day, you will probably want to spend more than a few minutes on each one! Keep this in mind when planning your trip.

Google Maps driving instructions screenshot