Well, figure 16 hours awake, with a 8-hour workday. The average office worker spends the whole working day in front of a computer, which means all it takes is another 96 minutes of screen time to reach 60%. Between your phone, your home computer and your TV, that's not very hard to hit.
Och, that's too bad, transit directions are working in Chicago at least.
While I'm extremely glad to have Google Transit directions back, I'm honestly shocked at the lack of integration with iOS contacts. Typing in your friend's name for directions to their place is a pretty basic use case.
I don't believe that's correct; if you are a US citizen, live outside the US and work outside the US, you are still liable to pay US taxes. Now, there is a fairly generous exclusion you can claim that, for most people, will completely nullify their tax obligation. But if you earn enough money (for 2011, the amount was US$92,900), you will still be liable for taxes on the marginal amount above the exclusion.
It's called the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion.
You missed the part where his dogs were poisoned, buried, exhumed, and finally decapitated.
You just can't make this stuff up.
I worked on a project with a team in Chennai and we did it the opposite way; 7 AM Eastern, 5:30 PM Indian. Worked out pretty well, although sometimes it was a bit tough being put on the spot when they've been hammering on an issue all day and you're still groggy, wiping the sleep from your eyes.
Your 22 DS games will still work on the 3DS, with a bigger, less reflective screen to boot.
Melbourne is a beautiful, fun, vibrant, diverse, relaxed, cosmopolitan, cultured, exciting and friendly city. It is a truly wonderful place.
True, but it's certainly easier to find 9 truly excellent physicists based on their published work, positions, and respect from their peers. It's much harder to evaluate and vet 300 worthy scientists.
If you can't put up an external antenna, put one in the attic or even an outer upstairs closet works almost as well.
Honest question, how specifically does Ubuntu hinder your ability to "open and work with hundreds of files"?
I don't know. It'd be cool to find out, though.
Remember when they were trying to guilt their users into upgrading to Netscape Gold for like $30-40? Hilarious!
But this site looks best in Netscape Navigator Gold!
/Was/ a heat wave? Still is.