It is an amazing place and easy to get to without a car.
A lot of animals certainly discovered how easy it was to get to without a car.
If you want to post on Slashdot just transfer to the JTRIG unit for Slashdot posting.
"Here are your new tablets, kids. They're ruggedized so that they resist breaking!"
"Now, Tommy, why did you do that? Of course smashing it against the desk will break it!"
Why in 2014, do I have to decorate variables with '$'?
That is your first complaint about PHP? That? I can't stand PHP but, seriously, that is first on your list of PHP badness?
Maybe he is poor and seeing all those dollar signs depresses him.
No. You can implement OOP in C if you feel like it:
Do you people ever actually read what you type?
What's the point? Technology moves so fast that it is probably no longer relevant by the time he finishes typing it.
I did, too, for years. I used a single-cup cone and filter with freshly ground beans. There's really not much difference, and the Keurig approach is a whole lot cleaner.
COST: About the same per cup. Unless you buy from the local market for $1.00 a cup, you ought to be able to get the K-cups for about 35 cents or so apiece. Compare this to buying a pound of coffee at fair trade prices (about $13.00 per pound where I am) and for a single cup a day you go through about that much. You're going to pay some serious money for a good grinder (not those horrid centrifugal force pieces of crap that break every year) the same as you'll pay for a Keurig machine. So on a cost per cup basis if you're a single-cup-person, it's about the same cost to run either way.
QUALITY: If you're getting "watery goop" (as one said here) change your brand. K-Cups can brew excellent quality coffee--or not--your choice. Shop around and go for "bold" brands and you ought to do fine.
CLEANLINESS: Keurig hands-down. No muss, no fuss. No time needed. Spill a cone full of hot coffee and you've got yourself a disaster. Been there; done that more than once. Unless you have hard water, Keurig runs clean.
I've had my Keurig for two years or so after having done the cone atop the cup trip for several decades. I spend no more on coffee than I used to. For those of you who brew pots and drink lots, a Keurig makes no sense and is way too expensive. But if you are content with a wake-me-up cup most days, a Keurig makes a lot of sense and is cost-equivalent to other ways of brewing.
Ha ha ha. Delusional. I have a very nice heirloom quality "conical burr grinder" and you WILL clean it every six months or so. Hopefully you'll be outside because the mess that rests in there is going to get everywhere.
Oh, indeed. And the story of its origin is wonderful. In 1940 the British wanted North American Aviation to produce Curtiss P-40 Warhawks under license, but NAA thought they could make a better aircraft faster. And the first P-51 rolled out 102 days after the contract was signed, and first flew 47 days after that. It took a few years of upgrades and revsions to turn it into the best piston-engined fighter of the war, but compare that initial design and development cycle to the years and even decades it takes to get anything built these days.
Interesting tech note: the P-51's distinctive radiator/oil cooler actually added speed to the plane: cool air came in the front, and the hot air exiting the back added some jet-like thrust.
You don't seem to quite understand how the world works.
I don't think you do. A civil settlement is compromise, often in many parts. Neither side gets everything they want. A confidentiality agreement is one of those potential parts. If you remove that option, the parties will simply compromise in other ways. Most likely, it means a company would offer a smaller settlement, and be more willing to go to trial.
Also, you seem to assume that anyone suing a company is in the right, and every company in the wrong. Not so.
They won't need ice. They're going at night.
I thought the ice was for the astronauts to get high on just before they try their first solar landing.
When I got my iMac it converted my photos from my camera to some iPhoto library from which it was quite difficult to take it out in simple jpg files.
File -> Export works for me. If you want to access a bunch at a time, they're in [your user directory]/Pictures/iPhoto Library.
And for those who haven't followed link about the "obscure workaround":
To do this, simply tap and hold on the undelivered message and a “Send as Text Message” option should appear in the context menu. This works even when “Send as SMS” is disabled in your settings, allowing you to decide when you’d rather send a text message for expediency or simply leave it to wait until the recipient’s device is back online.
I'm not saying that Apple never does lock-in, but both those seem like pretty weak examples.