Übersetzung im Kontext von „cute girl“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: Especially my little honey Sara, she is quite a cute girl. wie heißt er denn? Beispiele aus dem Internet (nicht von der PONS Redaktion geprüft). In welchem Kontext wird das cute af verwendet und was will mir jemand damit sagen? Wer heutzutage in sozialen Netzwerken wie Facebook.
Deutsch-Englisch-WörterbuchIn welchem Kontext wird das cute af verwendet und was will mir jemand damit sagen? Wer heutzutage in sozialen Netzwerken wie Facebook. wie heißt er denn? Beispiele aus dem Internet (nicht von der PONS Redaktion geprüft). Englisch-Deutsch-Übersetzungen für cute im Online-Wörterbuch skykef.com (Deutschwörterbuch).
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As we mentioned earlier, Facebook was given a noticed of these issues when we submitted two reports to them along with the videos on September 12th, Google Hangouts follows Approach 3 , and their servers download up to 20 MB to generate link previews.
Again, there is the concern about how long this data gets stored on their servers. We submitted a report to Google on September 16th, , but we have not received a response from them.
Even though LINE is an end-to-end encrypted chat app, they do forward links sent in a chat to an external server that generates link previews.
This server also forwarded the IP addresses of both the sender and receiver to that link. We sent a report with our findings to the LINE security team.
They have however updated their FAQ to include this information and to show how to disable link previews. As of versions LinkedIn Messages follows Approach 3 , and their servers download up to 50 MB to generate link previews.
We sent a report with our findings to the LinkedIn security team on September 16th, but we have yet to receive a response from them at the time of publishing this blog post.
Slack follows Approach 3 , and their servers download up to 50 MB to generate link previews. However, we are still concerned about how long this data gets stored on their servers, especially since Slack is used primarily by businesses which may be sharing sensitive or confidential links through chats and channels.
Slack reported to us that link previews are only cached for approximately 30 minutes. This is also confirmed in their documentation.
Twitter Direct Messages follows Approach 3 , and their servers download up to 25 MB to generate link previews. There is still the problem of how long this data gets stored on their servers.
We contacted Twitter and they told us that this is working as intended. They have not disclosed how long the link preview data is kept for.
Viber is end-to-end encrypted and follows Approach 1 , where the sender would generate the link preview. You can find more info about this on their support website.
Zoom follows Approach 3 , and their servers download up to 30 MB to generate link previews. However, we still have concerns about how long this data gets stored on their servers, especially since Zoom is used primarily by businesses which may be sharing sensitive or confidential links through chats.
Could someone test Telegram and see how it compares? It uses approach 1 for outgoing email. This is a problem when spam email has a link to allow them to confirm that the email was received.
It was also a problem when someone opened a PayPal account and mistyped their email address that was similar to mine.
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I love Ally's writing style and her characters, she makes a great atmosphere and makes you laugh so much. Also, hello there Hale. The characters are are extremely cute and interesting and it was so fun to go on this adventure with them!
Jan 03, C. Cook rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , own , spies , mystery , pure-awesomeness , ohmygravy , need-sequel-now.
Third read review: I needed to read two more books for the read in challenge before the end of the year, and I immediately thought the Heist Society books.
Still awesome! Scroll down for full review Re-read review: Good gravy, Ally Carter is a magician!!!
In spite of the fact that I already knew everything that happened, I still couldn't put this down. XD Definitely just as good as the first time! See below for some content problems.
Original: How do I start to describe this book? It was Third read review: I needed to read two more books for the read in challenge before the end of the year, and I immediately thought the Heist Society books.
It was amazing, wonderful, epic I'm already fairly certain that this will be one of my absolute favoritest books of all time. I have a thing for superheroes, and the next best thing to superheroes are spies and other epically awesome people.
Thieves, though? Well, let me tell you - these thieves, yes. See, these thieves are going all Mission: Impossible and stealing back things that have been stolen, to save Kat's father.
Which, if you ask me, is a pretty noble cause, especially for thieves. Holy cow, did this book surprise me! I thought I would enjoy it, but I didn't think I'd fall in love with it.
Hale the Fifth I need more of this series, and also more of Ally Carter's other books. I'm hoping to get my hands on the Gallagher Girls series soon My only content notes would be that this is a secular book, so there are some comments made about females that are inappropriate.
I love tales about thieves and con artists, book series like The Curse Workers and movies like Oceans Eleven. I love it when seemingly random events come together neatly and cleverly in the end.
Therefore, I loved Heist Society. It is admittedly not as clever as White Cat, for example, but I had a hard time putting it down and thats a big deal these days.
Fifteen-year-old Katarina Bishop is a very experienced con artist. Descended from a long line of skilled con men and educated by her own father, Kat knows every trick in the book.
Her best friend and fellow con artist, W. He just wants his property back, and to give it back to him, Kat and her friends have to steal them from a place no one has ever broken into — the Henley museum in London.
Once I started thinking about flaws, I realized it is also a bit too short. The characters were all interesting, colorful and full of quirks.
I loved getting to know them and figuring them out, enjoyed trying to understand their motives and loyalties.
Also posted at The Nocturnal Library View all 5 comments. View 1 comment. Mar 23, Chamonix rated it it was ok. I don't understand all these stellar reviews.
It's mind boggling because truly this book was nothing spectacular. It was clever, sure. I like the idea of it more than I like the book per se.
The main character is a ninny. Not to mention she was flat. Like, tasteless kind of WHY? Like, tasteless kind of wafer flat. All the other characters were the ice-cream and chocolate sauce to cover up her extreme flatness.
She has no personality once you take away her endless worrying and that killed the story for me endlessly. Even the mysterious little slice about her leaving the family fails to add a bit of ambitious independence to her character because it was never really explained fully.
I had to pull out my 'lolkay I'll go with it, see if it makes more sense once they give me a few more clues'. I never got those clues and I valiantly finished this book out of loyalty for my liking of the other characters.
Like not love. Even they could have used a bit of oomph. The main villain turned out to be not scary at all. His presence was more of an annoying blot throughout the story.
Give the timeline some purpose for it's pace. Seriously I met scarier monkeys then this bloke, I mean chimpanzees who rip peoples lips and eyelids off.
This guys had some menace going but he was never actually scary. Jan 24, Siiri Little Pieces of Imagination rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult , crime , contemporary , first-of-the-series , mystery , own , release-or-earlier , shipping-these-dorks , read , favorite-protagonists.
I spent the better half of today tucked between the covers in my bed reading this gem. It was such a fun experience as always with Ally's books.
Kat just took a spot among some of my favorite YA heroines. There are a few things that bothered me a bit: a. She's just a kid and it made me really, really uncomfortable that grown up men would ogle her like that yikes.
I simply wish that we got to know the crew a lot more in depth, because they're all so great and I'm already in love with them, but more physical description, personality traits, background etc would have been nice.
Things such as where did the crew know Simon from? How did the brothers end up at Uncle Eddie's? Where is Gabrielle's dad?
I figured out one of the twists view spoiler [Nick being not-so-honest because why would a random dude decide to do a heist if there was nothing in it for him the others are Kat's family so I understand their motives to help her bloodline and I very much doubt that he'd have done it just for the sake of experience hide spoiler ] but other than that this book was entertaining and SUPER DUPER SHIPPY!!!!!
Let me tell you: I. I'm excited to learn more! Aug 08, alexandra rated it it was ok Shelves: read , own-in-ebook , audiobook.
Actual Rating: 3. But as the story went on, I got used to the author's fast transition style and, honestly, had a fun reading experience.
Katarina Bishop, or simply Kat for short, is the protagonist of the story. As most teenagers, she was having an identity confusion, and in her case, her role between a normal teenage girl and a Actual Rating: 3.
As most teenagers, she was having an identity confusion, and in her case, her role between a normal teenage girl and a world-renowned thief.
She enrolled conned her way in a top class boarding school for her to leave her identity as a thief but then was eventually sucked back in the thieving world in order to de-frame her father from stealing some paintings from a well-knowned tycoon.
That is the start of her heist to prove her father's innocence and that is to re-steal the paintings from the real thief.
For a book which is less than pages, the author delivered the story quite well. Sep 01, Emily Obsessed Reader rated it liked it.
Review when I first read this book, September 3 Stars. Very different from what I am used to reading, which is fantasy and chick-lit. I really liked the story line, and I can't wait to read the second book!
The only thing I wish was different about this book, is the main character, Kat. I like her, but I feel like I didn't know enough about her.
I found myself wanting to know more about her personality, or her past. With that aside, I loved just about everything Review when I first read this book, September 3 Stars.
With that aside, I loved just about everything else. I really enjoyed this book, and would recommend this to anyone looking for a quick, yet interesting and thrilling book.
I enjoyed it the second time around, and I had forgotten most of what happened. It was such an easy, fast-paced read, and I enjoyed the change of pace from the heavier, slower-paced books I have been reading lately.
It was fun, definitely targeted toward younger readers, but I personally tend to love that stuff too! I will definitely be continuing with the second book soon.
I want to finally check this off of my unfinished-series list. Oct 25, Allyson Jamison rated it liked it. The storyline and plot were fabulous!
However, I found myself confused often by the wording of certain scenes. Also, while I loved the characters and story, I did not appreciate a couple of scenes and therefore am giving it a lower rating.
Only the fact that I thoroughly loved the story am I not giving it any lower of a rating. Would still recommend it but read with discernment.
View all 3 comments. Mar 28, Nic rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult , read-in , review-copy , mystery , why-didn-t-i-read-this-sooner.
Rating: 4. It was fun and fast paced and I loved every minute of it. Kat is a 15 year old retired thief or was until she was forced to get back in the family business in order to save her Dad.
Her father has been set up, accused of stealing paintings from a mobster type of guy that lead to some very dangerous Rating: 4. Her father has been set up, accused of stealing paintings from a mobster type of guy that lead to some very dangerous consequences.
With help from her crew including the yummy Hale she is going to steal the painting back and clear her father's name. But this is the biggest and most dangerous heist of Kat's life.
Carter has written a well thought out plot. They were surprises around every corner and it certainly kept me on the edge of my seat.
I loved that I could never predict what was going to happen next. It was exciting and completely addictive.
And the characters what a funny, warm and brave bunch! I would love to hang out with Kat and the crew. Kat is strong, determined and instantly likeable.
And I loved the dynamics between Kat and her friends. There is plenty of witty dialogue that ensured I was grinning the whole way through.
There is a tiny bit of romance. You can see there are some feelings between Kat and a certain thief. Carter is taking the slow and natural progression which I love.
Although further down the series I am sure I am going to begging for Carter to make something happen. But for now I am enjoying the playful and some time sweet banter.
Come on. You can do it. It's a lot like navigating through a laser grid. It requires rhythm. Count me in, Kat.
I definitely recommend this if you are looking for a fun novel with entertaining characters and a fantastic premise. Don't miss out on this awesome series.
Jun 22, Alaina rated it it was ok Shelves: contemporary , june-challenge , thriller , humor , mystery , chick-lit , fiction , young-adult.
Heist Society is the first book of the Heist Society series. Now even though it was the introduction to this series.. Now I'm not saying the entire book was confusing..
No, it was interesting, boring, confusing, and then back to being interesting. It was a whirlwind of an emotional roller coaster while reading this book.
Kat, the MC, was meh to me. She wasn't spectacular or anything outside of other MC's I've read about. She was Heist Society is the first book of the Heist Society series.
She was completely selfish and did whatever she waned to do. She was also super shallow and definitely made me dislike her every damn page and chapter.
Besides her, the other characters were meh to me. I just couldn't connect with them and it honestly frustrated the hell out of me. I like having some sort of connection with any character in a book..
Overall, it was an okay book. I probably wont go out of my way to reread this book and I have no idea if I will dive into the second book of this series.
Mar 24, PurplyCookie rated it it was amazing Shelves: boarding-school , young-adult , spy-con-men , 1st-in-a-series , book-series , personal-faves , fave-series.
After a childhood spent assisting her father, one of the worlds most talented art thieves, Katarina Bishop tries to leave the family business behind when she forges her way into a New England boarding school.
She quickly discovers, though, that her past is inescapable. Her father has been accused of stealing already stolen masterpieces from a dangerous Italian billionaire.
Certain that her father is innocent, Kat resolves to find the missing paintings and return them to their unsavory owner, who has given her a two-week deadline.
Her dad is currently under surveillance by Interpol a result of the job he was actually pulling on the night the paintings were stolen , so that leaves Kat to discover who pulled the art heist and get the mobster's paintings back before he starts hurting the people she loves.
In her discreet way, Carter sets the stage for a future romance, but the reader is left wondering if it will be Hale, fellow thief, or Nick, whose mom is investigating Kat's father.
In a world of rushed romances in literature, it is refreshing to see a romance built slowly over friendship. One of the best parts of this book is how Carter weaved some history into the art heist when Kat "meets" Mr.
Romani, who is working diligently to recover artwork stolen by the Nazis. Hopefully in future books, readers will be able to learn more about Kat's parents and perhaps how the family started stealing in the first place.
This is a thoroughly enjoyable, cinema-ready adventure, and the details of thieving tools and techniques, lavish settings, and cast of eccentric characters, including possible spies and love interests, all add texture and depth to the action.
Carter's style is conversational, smooth, and clever, exposing Kat's wry humor and her steely determination. Amid themes of family loyalty and identity, the protagonist comes to understand herself, her beliefs, and her place in her family.
View all 13 comments. Let me ask you one thing, what kind of sixteen year old kids were you back then? My big and only problem with this book is how a couple of sixteen year old kids manage to do extraordinary things despite not being this a fantasy book?
Or was it? Why so goddamn young? Heist Society was good, very good. The kind of book you can read on a sunny afternoon.
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