Make a deep cut in each thumb. Touch the bleeding thumbs to the terminals of a 9 volt battery. Report the results to us. If you haven't yet fibrillated, snap two batteries together in series and touch the contacts again. Keep adding a battery and reporting back.
HTML and CSS are NOT design. They are markup. One of the biggest problems with 'the web' in it's current manifestation is all the 'designers' out there trying to wring a specific presentation out of web page design.
Anything that retards the move to 'web base applications' is a good thing.
The whole Personal Computer revolution was based in the notion that everybody got their own computer, and a room full of IT drones in white codes couldn't hold their data hostage anymore.
Basing people's access to computing power on their connection to the Internet is a bad idea. Let the Net be a domain for information exchange, not a program loader.
American voters are stupid.
American voters might, stupidly, get to choose from another-Clinton or another-Bush in the coming presidential election.
About the only good thing to say is they won't get to vote for Obama again.
In my experience, both. But I live in a pretty dirtbag part of the country. People are REALLY into their cars here.
whats next health insurance companies stapling pedometer's onto people get a lower rate?
You don't think those bluetooth 'fitness monitors' that are popping up in the market won't eventually be used to 'provide insurance customers with more preferable rates' if they wear one connected to an Insurance Companies database?
Citizen! We are all in this together. We all pay for each others' healthcare. It in in all of our interests for EVERY citizen to live an optimally healthy lifestyle.
My favored 'New Economic Structure' is 'Every Man For Himself' in a non-aggressive fashion. So if Person X figures out a way to fuck over the Insurance Companies in a way that doesn't hurt other people in any but a theoretical way (i.e. the old 'If Everybody Did That' bullshit) then all power to them.
All Presidents have always taken the time to meet with big Business Executives. Television entertainers? Not so much.
Not sure why you separate out Haliburton. General Electric has Obama's nuts in a vice.
Use SeaMonkey. It's the same Mozilla codebase, but with traditional features like built in HTML editor, email, newsreader.
Any 'democracy' with a political class is no democracy.
I mean, duh.
But you go ahead and 'rule' the world to prosperity. Cuz we know you can.
I just bought a new 'phone' last week. Put it in Airplane Mode where it will remain locked for the foreseeable future. I wanted a monitor, not a phone. It was only $40 and a pay-as-you-go model sporting Android 4.4. It's one heck of a decent monitor for the price I paid.
If these cars are so wildly popular that they're selling out and there is a long waiting list, perhaps we should end the $10,000 subsidy which was intended to encourage purchase of these vehicles.
Seems they would sell fine without the subsidy.
If you go with a Nexus phone or tablet, updates have been rolling pretty steadily. The same goes for the Moto * line of phones... Far better than any carrier at this point. From the start I've stuck with hackable devices that has been well supported by third party firmware... the issues always comes down to closed source drivers.
The issue is that the platform doesn't have a common boot, and initialization system... also, said devices are often packaged with only the drivers for that device, specifically compiled for that version of the OS... now that things are maturing, Google should come out with some common driver interfaces so binary drivers can work across platform versions. This would make sense as Google is breaking portions of the OS into upgradable units.