And in most cases, they could tie the DNA sample to your name using your car registration number.
Did you know that cold fjord liked Doom before you read his/her post? I believe we have all been informed.
this explanation makes the most sense to me
like this - http://cisn.metu.edu.tr/2001-1/health.php
And in the 80's it was the balans chair
Not sure if they were used much in offices, but when I was a kid, it seemed like everyone that could afford a computer at home just had to have one
That's great, as long as your company isn't in the business of designing offices
Now.. how to increase password girth?
Fucking cats are illegal in most states
Wouldn't that just tell you the temperature of the thermometer itself? If the thermometer isn't there to receive heat by radiation, does the vacuum have a temp?
I find it interesting that they're already blocked by the proxy server where I work... but, nice.
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Watch the TED video if you haven't already. It's good.
Interesting title they gave the page, even though what frinsore said is correct.
Yes, because no more advances will ever be made in 3D printing, and the prices will always be prohibitively high. He also didn't say anything about buying a printer. He said go to a place like Kinko's
You can print with ABS too, which is what a lot, if not most, of the plastic used in cars.
I was in Thailand earlier this year, and the figures didn't surprise me at all! The cab drivers drive like maniacs, with people on scooters swarming inches away from them, weaving in and out of traffic. And it's not unusual to see scooters with 3 people on them, or girls with skirts riding side-saddle