How much does it cost Hillary Clinton to advertise on the AOL login page?
This article indicates that AOL homepage ads cost about $400K.What Online Ads Really Cost - Digiday
Will my SAT 2 score be canceled if I fill out the wrong test page? I took 1 subject test, so I was supposed to fill out the Test 1 page, but I filled out the Test 3 page.
You need to contact College Board immediately. Explain the situation and ask what is going to happen to your score. If they won’t accept and score your answer sheet for the test you were supposed to take, you will need to cancel the score to avoid getting 200.
How do you stretch an image to fill the whole page on a Google Doc page?
Hi. I come with 2 problem solved answers. (Note: for online PDF Files without printing).First and quickest solution:On your Google Document, click File - Page Setup - and by the Paper Size, choose “Folio 21,6 cm x 33.0 cm”. And thats it. Stretch your pic to fill the page and once you’ve downloaded it as a PDF file, you will see your File with the pic filled entirely.Top and bottom margin must be set to zero. You can add your footnotes/headnotes without worries. It is a tiny bit different than the regular A4 (21x29,7cm) size paper but you won’t notice that (unless you wanna print it).Second solution, a bit longer:Create two files,Save your wished-stretched-titlecover-picture (only) as a Google Slide presentation and save it as a PDF. Steps:1. Click File on your Google Slide Sheet - Page Setup - Click Customs - type in 21.0 cm x 29,7cm and press OK - click on the Menu “Background” and add your picture, it will automatically filled it to the entire page. Save as PDF.On your Google Doc, simply save your work (text etc) aswell as PDF without “that front page picture”.Once you have done both, save/combine these two pdf files in one. www online2pdf if you dont have a program.Hope this helped.Rayhanah.P.S. If youre looking for a solution to print this, perhaps you might have to setup your margins by the print settings
How does Facebook roll out updates for small set of selected users like new UI for login page?
Facebook uses a service called GateKeeper to moderate new features. It allows them to target features by location, age etc. There was a TechCrunch post on this last year  and there was a Quora question  The Next 6 Months Worth Of Features Are In Facebook's Code Right Now (But We Can't See) | TechCrunch How does Facebook's Gatekeeper service work?