I actually thought you lost fidelity, and not angles, I didn't think it was magic, I just thought that's where the name came from.
I always thought hologram implied that a piece was a picture of the whole.
The headline made me picture extrapolating the universe from a piece of cake like HHGTTG.
Nobody was charged for that. It's people that set-up events, still some bullshit though.
My statements aren't fact, but based on what I have read.
I was in upper Longisland for work (never go to Riverhead, it sucks).
I was surprised.
I am not personally buying one, I was simply surprised to hear "I need to find a Surface for my son, they're sold out at Best Buy" and it was in the top five list of a couple retailers, beating any single iPad product at Best Buy.
Best Buy sales offered up an interesting twist with Microsoft's 32GB Surface tablet coming in as the holiday's best seller, followed by the 16GB iPad 2. The third place slot went to Amazon's 16GB Kindle Fire.
Though I guess Mac Observer is a MS marketing department too, so you caught me.
And yes, Anecdotatly, I haven't seen many MS devices either, but it was a while before I started seeing Android ones too, and even longer before I started seeing high-end Android devices.
As I skim the patent, and look at the figures, I don't see how this has anything to do with bitcoin, am I missing something?
The entire thing looks tied into existing systems, pretty much the opposite of bitcoin.
Yeah, I don't care to read it all or understand it, simply was glancing to see if it at all resembled bitcoin. I didn't get far enough to see where they thought they did something innovative. It read like a whole lot of hypotheticals.
Assuming the price you suggest is right, you're still cutting off a significant portion of readers to many types of things with the requirement, so it'd have to be optional.
I certainly would be OK with it, though ideally about half that maybe, I don't know what I'm worth in ads. If sites allowed this, it would simultaneously drive up the cost of placing ads, further helping to support sites.
There were two 'K' sounds in an Indian language used in a study they showed us in Highschool Biology. When taken from the middle of the word they were indistinguishable to my (and implied by the video most American's) ears. They'd play the sound, and one would be followed by a loud and fanciful scene to the right of the child a few seconds later, the other would not.
It was far earlier than 10-14 that the children were no longer able to learn to anticipate the scene to the right, and I want to say it was before they were even particularly effective at communicating (thus seeing if they looked to their right rather than asking what they heard). I want to say it was 4, maybe 5.
From all I can tell, Windows is doing alright in mobile.
I don't know sales figures, but the murmer pre thanksgiving was that all the kids were getting surfaces and they were out of stock.
The "I can do real office" adds or whatever seem to get the attention of a lot of the adults that I know.
My sample group is certainly not a general population, I think I saw an article that listed top electronics sold by chain, and Surface beat iPad at Best Buy, and was top five somewhere else. They may not be winning, and I have seen very few in the wild, but it looks like this year they are selling at least, and if people like them, I expect they will continue to (not the phones though).
Perhaps I want to be able to read it when I dont have internet access? Which I disproportionately dont when I want to read.
I suppose HTML storage can limit the importance of issues, and a custom app can too, but having a chunk to download and read is something I won't mind. I dont stream all my podcasts either, and appreciate a regular weekly release date rather than some here and some there.
As an adulterer (not really), I do not want to be sent for judgement in a courthouse that displays the ten commandments.
I want to believe that I am going to be treated fairly in the law, but perhaps I worship a Hindu deity, perhaps I swear, perhaps I not only covet my neighbors wife, but I bone her too.
The ten commandments have no place on public property dedicated to writing, or applying the laws of man.
Swearing on a bible is fine, if it's something that will make someone's oath more sincere (the only time I've had to swear it was done without a bible, it was there as an option).
Yeah, you pretty much described take it an rub with it there.
Without copyright the gpl is bsd, open source harmony.
I don't think the amps change dramatically for the voltage, in fact I think the voltage is to save amps. I'm just guessing, but I bet a 40 amp dryer is so that it can run at 110. Though I don't really know, the dryers e had have been 110 and 20 amp, but really woulda benefitted from double the power (still, gas is king in overall wattage, one of the wins to city living ).
Not if you have a magnum
Did you even read tfs? It doesn't draw 1kw, it draws 1kw/hour, that little energy over the life of the car is practically nothing.