This is an admirable step, but there's a much better way to deal with the student debt issue, IMO. Deal with the existing debt and this will inject significantly more money into the economy.
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"now"...But I'm NOW pretty sure that the Googleplex is now self-aware and is trying to make itself self-mobile.
I was pretty well convinced that the NSA and it's data sniffing what-not has become self-aware and is the first to do so. That may still be the case...
But I'm not pretty sure that the Googleplex is now self-aware and is trying to make itself self-mobile.
Next step, the Nexus-1000 Terminator....
...polluting space for aeons...
So, with this change, will Starbucks now be offering free apps/music through Google Play for Android devices or only continue to offer through iTunes/iOS?
...how fast can it mine Bitcoins.
But, how do I get all my old SSI role playing games onto it?
Post is 2+ hours old and only 48ish comments, on a slow Friday afternoon.
IOW: Nobody cares.
They're both cubic in nature?
I signed up for that a while ago. I waited for my reservation to activate.
I turned fired up the app. I linked a Gmail account (only service they currently work with).
I toyed with it for a day. I found it unimpressive, unintuitive, limited, and not useful.
I unlinked my account.
App removed. I fail to see the value in it.
That was Putin skydiving from space.
Shirtless, because he's Putin.
a large inrush current (such as a motor)
LED Lighting and the divers that run them have a significantly larger inrush current than incandescent lighting ( http://ledsmagazine.com/features/9/3/7/EcosystemFig3 ). I'd be more concerned about that than a motor.
This "feature" of LED lighting was not something that was initially taken into account.
This is basically an "open source" version of what http://www.cubby.com/ did in their free beta--but is now a paid part of the service. It was called "DirectSync" ( https://www.cubby.com/features/ ) and didn't use any of the "cloud" part of storage from the service. You can see how it is now part of the paid service here: https://www.cubby.com/pricing/
I would expect any number of other providers are looking at this for a paid service. High end versions would include Globalscape's WAFS ( http://www.globalscape.com/wafs/ ) and File Replication Pro ( http://www.filereplicationpro.com/ ).
Free with good encryption is a great idea IMO. I for one would use it.
Nazis on Mars...I mean, they made it to the Moon!