clueful

clueful

well informed
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As a children's book critic and a fairly clueful Jew, I've been asked several times to read non-Jewish and non-Jewishly-observant friends' book manuscripts to make sure they've gotten the Jewish stuff right before they're published.
They're also encouraging me to link to stories published by more clueful organizations instead of their own work: Why do I want to point readers in the EU to articles they can't read without firing up a VPN client?"
As a rather trepid person I have tried to be clueful in matters of home security.
That is a questions that security vendor,Bitdefender, posed with the recent release of its Clueful app on the iTunes App Store.
While last year's refresh toBitdefender Total Security 2012was accompanied with the announcement of theMobile Security and Antivirus appfor the Android platform, Bitdefender Total Security 2013 comes with the unveiling of the Clueful app for iOS.
"Clueful can manually analyse app after app so that the user can see what exactly is going on being the user interface," Taflan said.
I discovered when I worked in Sacramento that elected officials are the least clueful, most distracted, and often most harmful people in government.
clueful: In the techie world, it's the opposite of clueless.
com), takes a more "clueful" approach to Internet performance monitoring than any other service out there.
"It does the kinds of things that very clueful network people would do to troubleshoot a problem," Joffe says.
Parents of kids in Jewish day schools should be particularly clueful about talking about race.