Some people keep thinking about the convenience of parking without plugging. I see it as the future possibility of charging while you're driving (Am I the only one thinking those could be used in some roads? Probably charge your car while in a traffic jam. And even reduce the anxiety that your battery is depleting while stuck in traffic).
Reading the summary, implies that people picked Blue because it was in the company logo. I wonder if the COMPANY picked blue because it's likely a color many people like, and therefore people use it in their passwords. As in "correlation is not causation".
Or you're telling me that Facebook just came up with blue because they had "intel" or "IBM" logos in front of them?
What? You mean you haven't gotten to a desktop computer with the password written on a post-it affixed to the monitor? I think you're among the lucky ones!
Yes, and the pricing problem from dealers is still there with a note
 [...] Dealer sets actual price.
If I go to Amazon and get my orders fulfilled by them is the "this is what it costs". Sometime sellers play you with "this is 0.05 dollars, but with $10 shipping", but you're fairly aware of that.
If Amazon doesn't offer the "No BS" pricing, this is just ridiculous.
While I enjoy the joke. I put "some other", because on tropical countries you don't have seasons. You mostly pick your weather depending on Altitude. You want "hot/warm" go to lower altitudes, you want "cooler" go to higher altitudes. You want snow, go very high up (but expect nobody to live there). You want rainier, go to mountain surrounded cities.
In my country, if you want "summer like weather" you just drive 3 hours down the mountains, any time of the year.
I live close to the Ecuadorian line you insensitive clod.
What are those seasons you're talking about?
I don't know. I was trying to measure this "percentage". But how do you measure it?
I have OSS that being useful, I hardly use (HDGraph for example), while I have particular software I use all the time. In your case, if you use Matlab 8 hours a day, but you putty ssh into your server for 1 min a day, how does that count?.
Is it size in bytes? Length of the package name (OSS probably wins with their odd naming conventions)?
In short, the "regularly use" seems like a non-quantifiable value I failed to understand.
Wondered why nobody posted the classic "Correlation is not causation". There may be many interpretations.
For example, economy is taking a downturn and affecting many people. The middle class gap is stretching out. There's more people, less jobs, wealth badly distributed and the bills don't go away but on the contrary just increase. So according to this quick analysis, I can claim the issue is not climate but distribution of wealth, which causes more stress on the different social classes due to the ever growing cost of life, which causes violence.
Not trying to stir the topic, but my two blades tend to have more hair stuck inside and be harder to clean. A 3 blade I used lasted longer because the hair didn't get stuck inside and the little getting in, would just get out by putting the blade under running water.
So my point being, two or three may be good, but also the placement and the whole set does make a difference.
On the other hand, Qualcomm is probably saying 8-cores is stupid, because they don't have one on the market. Wait to hear what they say when they come up with one.
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