It may be terminology missing; In actual fact all the charging equipment is onboard the car, but the fire officials may be referring the the exterior power cable as "the charger" especially if it's Tesla's High Power Wall Connector. The abbreviation for that, HPWC, could reasonably be assumed to mean High Power Wall Charger.
They have actually registered the Model Y trademark.
The Fremont factory is enormous. They're only using a fraction of it for Model S production, with plans to activate more of it for Model E, etc.
Given that they own a building that exists and will support their needs for the near- to medium-future, it's unlikely that they would move.
Here, let me Google that for you:
Re: Sprint-to-Verizon flash:
I suspect no, but I would be very interested to know if it's possible as well.
Sadly, today's NASA can take any amount of money you give them and blow it on pork without achieving anything.
Spirit. Opportunity. Curiosity.
As opposed to the entirely smooth surface of your mobile, it looks like these have concentric ridges to solve just your problem; they give a tactile map of where the center is.
No, you have always been explicitly allowed to wear passive earmuffs or earplugs.
Nah, the taillights bug the shit out of me, too. I have no idea why they don't just increase the pulse frequency.
It actually disenfranchises _more_ than half of the voters. Take California in this election:
Obama: 5573450 Romney: 3635571
None of the 3.63 million votes for Romney counted, and 1937878 of Obama's didn't contribute to the election.
Therefore, 5573449 votes, 60.5%, in California didn't count for anything.
I don't think it's too much trouble. I drove in South Africa for a few days and only had one "no hands on the wheel, grabbing at the door for the gearshift" moment. If the pedals were rearranged, that would be a problem but fortunately they are not.
I usually have the passenger manipulate the climate and audio anyway.
To add credibility to your argument:
They still explain to you, in detail, how to operate a seat belt. I can see changing it to something like this, "We require you to wear your seatbelts at all times. If you need assistance, contact a flight attendant."
Re: Apple laptops
I work for astronomers and physicists, so I have an informed opinion on the Mac prefrence:
It's an OS that comes, supported, on good hardware. Generally there aren't scrabbles to find drivers for hardware or other problems that you Just Don't Want if you travel a lot or have (literally) mission-critical duties. It also runs all of the software that astronomers have been running for decades. They still write FORTRAN. They will riot if you take away the command line.
The labor cost of buying Dells, for example, and throwing Linux on them can end up being higher than just spending extra for the Mac. It's especially true when something goes wrong and you can take it to any Apple store and get parts or software help, no admin needed.
Yes, they all love being in the Apple club, too.
No, it's still in
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You should look at CHDK and see if they come out with a version for your camera. It will probably enable raw mode, among many other features.