If your whole ability to farm in the region depends on bringing water from ever further away or draining the underground resources maybe it's a sign that you really haven't picked the best spot to build your farm.
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The problem is that the developers haven't had a chance to work on the actual device yet except for a limited number of cases. They have been developing on a simulator trying to guess how it's going to feel and respond on the actual watch. Once they get their hands on the watch then you will see the apps will improve.
Having said that I don't have plans to make apps for the watch or even to buy one. I just don't see what it gives me. Yes, for some people it will be handy but in my particular case I don't see the use.
Unfortunately the majority of trees that we've planted are a monoculture meant to grow quickly and be harvested again for either pulp or timber. I've seen the result of clear cutting on the hills on Vancouver Island and it's terrible. Nothing living was left. Everything was brown with no green at all. Granted this was about twenty years ago but I doubt that things have changed except that they have gotten more efficient at it.
the employee that left a week before this announcement to another job that paid $50K.
Now in addition to getting websites popping up windows that ask you to subscribe to their email they are going to be sending you notifications asking you to do the same. (And it's not pop-up windows which I have turned off but some HTML or CSS that comes up which the ad blockers don't stop. I probably don't want to subscribe but I never will know if you never give me the chance to read the article on your site because you block it out asking me to subscribe!
Wouldn't one of those stud finders be easier than drilling a bunch of holes in the wall?
Maybe not normal but at least the stuff I learned as a kid will be right again.
Don't forget about all of the bus drivers. There probably will still be a need for someone to supervise on school buses but on city and between cities I can see them becoming automated.
Or if you know that the cell blocking is in place you plant a bomb near where a company is using these drives and there goes their data.
Apple buys their components from whoever is the best for Apple. If they really didn't want to support Samsung when they have all of the legal troubles with them then they would have shifted the processor production away from them but Samsung has been the, and remains, the prime manufacturer.
Great now Facebook can data mine that you are getting court papers and start serving up ads for divorce lawyers.
Or if they send it to the wrong person.
Isn't giving someone else access to your account against the terms and conditions of Facebook?
Just create two other "car companies" that sell re-branded Tesla cars and have the three of them open up a permanent auto trade show in which they would be allowed to sell directly.
From the summary he could create another two car companies that would offer a completely crap car from a ridiculous price (or just re-brand Tesla cars if he was being serious) and then he could open his showrooms to sell cars for both companies as "auto trade shows".