When he was 4th grade birthday, He got the Windows based Laptop. It was his choice, because he was interested in Kali Linux and Hacking network things that time.
Now, His interesting moved to build gaming. Today my 4th grade son borrowed Cocos2d-x and Unity book from school’s library, but He said most of instructions based on Mac os.
He regret immensely What he’s done and was trying to install Mac os on the Virtual Machine environment. You know it takes long time to install and even your daddy don’t know how to do it. I said to Jiho several times, “I’ll buy New Mac, if you finish this book, don’t waste your time anymore Jiho”
… but He installed Mac OS on VM ware.
It is getting confused How I going to be lead him. Should respect his thought and trying to be a friend not pretended as a adult daddy…
Outdoor digital signage offers many ways to improve the customer experience in the quick-service restaurant (QSR) industry, far beyond enhancing the way digital displays look in the drive-thru lane.
Super-bright, reliable outdoor digital signage displays are replacing static, back-lit posters and menu boards, and it’s the smart, real-time content running on those screens that’s changing the business for QSR industry operators and their customers. Messaging delivered to the screens, which motorists see as they stop and go along drive-thru lanes, is being customized. Car by car and SUV by SUV, it optimizes inventories and speeds up the process while increasing order sizes. As a result of this improved customer experience, the QSR industry is seeing real financial benefits from implementing these digital displays.
The Rise of Outdoor Digital Boards
We’ve seen a big uptick in both interest and rollouts for sunlight-readable, weatherproofed outdoor digital signage displays, because QSR operators now have the experience, insights and tools to optimize sales out of those drive-thru lanes. That’s a big deal, because some QSR operators see as much as 70 percent of their sales from people who never walk in the store.
What’s going outside with drive-thrus is playing off what’s already happened inside many regional and national QSR chains. Backlit, printed plastic menu posters have been replaced by digital displays that are brighter, offer eye-catching motion graphics and can be automated or changed dynamically with a few keystrokes.
QSRs rarely talk about their metrics, but the wholesale switch-out of print to digital across much of the industry suggests a strong business case exists.