I went there with my son who was 3 at the time as well as my wife. It was fun and they had some neat things. Some of the exhibits were clearer than others. The light-floor, for example, was great for kids to entertain themselves on, but actually figuring out what was going on could be tricky, even if you read the description. (This is because it cycled through a number of algorithms.)
I wrote a thing that does that (virtualizes monitors) but the resolution (at least with the original rift) makes it unusable. I'm hoping DK2 improves things enough that it at least isn't a horrible option, but 960x1080 per eye is probably still too low. Smearing was also a big problem for monitor virtualization, but DK2 should have mostly fixed that.
Free for you, but probably not for some of the people you're texting. In a reasonable world everyone's incoming texts would be free, but we do not live in such a world.
Moreover, the fever itself is the body basically attempting to "burn out" the infection, and suppressing the fever allows the infection to remain for much longer?
If so, it makes sense, cuz the last few times I've caught the flu I've been over it within two days. They're a miserable two days, shivering my ass off while bundled up in bed and sweating my brains out, but I've had friends take antipyretics and be miserable for a solid week.
PCP&C's are just rebranded Seasonic power supplies, so you're not liable to miss out on much if they disappear.
I agree. My 2 year old has used this app and (with a good deal of coaching) now has a somewhat intuitive grasp of the idea of canceling things out and other basic algebra concepts. I'm pretty sure he can't explain why it works, but the intuition building has helped his problem solving.
I find some kind of satisfaction in seeing this sort of thing become widespread.
In this case, it would make a "return to the gold standard" be absolutely worthless.
The one thing I found amusing about the whole thing is that PhD supposedly stood for "Pimpin' Hoes Daily". Then I read this:
Her $500 a night went straight to Dears, though, who "took care of her" in his own special way. As San Diego's Union Tribune reported, Dears found out the woman had spoken to a man who wanted to help her get off the streets. So Dears "beat her up in the back seat of his Cadillac and then forced her to get into the car's trunk, she testified. While in the trunk, she was driven from East Main Street in El Cajon to Hotel Circle in Mission Valley, she testified."
Major league asshole. I hope he gets the book thrown at him.
I can't help but wonder... why am I watching a NASA video where the crater's falling on the moon makes sound in a vacuum?
I know it's artistic license and all, but aren't videos like this reserved for nerds, who actually care about things like accuracy?
Your interpretation sounds buggy.
From what I know, the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search (GIMPS) uses a Fast Fourier Transform to quickly find the square of a number. This is a required part of the Lucas-Lehmer test (the test that determines if the number is prime).
If this form of FFT can do fast squaring, it will reduce the amount of time taken to find new, large primes.
This is a potentially exciting development in this field.
A real bridge made out of Lego almost certainly wouldn't be stronger, but it would still be awesome.
This one is both awesome *and* probably stronger.
How many job openings are there for 'hot chick pussy eater'?
From someone working in the adult industry, the answer is: quite a few job openings are available for that role.