Or, you could use something like DarkRoom.
I remember taking a survey of Western philosophy that I found pretty difficult to follow. The professor tended to ramble and didn't follow much of an outline. I ended up recording every lecture (on an old school microcassette recorder) while just listening and watching, then transcribing the recordings into notes immediately following the class. It was a little laborious, and it wasn't a magic bullet, but I think I ended up getting an "A".
Well, my old Ford Contour had a key interface that failed. The tumblers in the ignition simply wore out. No amount of graphite could bring them back to life. So, I had to have the ignition tumblers replaced, the two front door lock and trunk lock replaced, and the new keys programmed. Not cheap.
Whole Foods has gradually shifted to an upscale hybrid gourmet/organic model for their stores over the last decade or so. The Natural Grocers chain (owned by Vitamin Cottage) is much more in line with the type of retailer described in the article.
The Nanking Massacre (AKA "Rape of Nanking") is just one example of the atrocities committed by Japan. From the late 19th century through WWII the Japanese goverment was extremely militaristic and hell bent on expanding their empire by any means necessary. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanking_Massacre
I wonder where they get their funding from? Too bad John's not around to provide "out-of-the-box" strategic fundraising ideas.
And don't forget his psychotic atonal pleadings: "Mr. tambourine man? MR. TAMBOURINE MAN??!!!!!"
So in just sixteen hours it assembled itself? Cool!
I sometimes wonder how much market research the music and book publishers have (not) put into their pricing models. If they sell 1,000 copies at $10/each or 3,000 copies at $4/each, then tell me, at which price point do both the publisher AND consumer benefit? BTW, I think we're seeing this with iOS and Android apps. There are a lot of promising apps out there for two or three dollars that I am very willing to take a risk on. A lot of app developers are obviously going for volume sales.
Mine has been rooted now for about two weeks. It is an extremely low-risk process, does not remove any of the Nook functionality, and is completely reversible. I have been extremely pleased with the performance. I think the only reason you wouldn't choose the Nook Color would be if you wanted something larger.
Yeah, it's sort of mind boggling to me. I can get Vanity Fair for $12 per year delivered in print to my mailbox. Or, I can get the Nook Color edition for $35.88 per year, or $4.99 per issue individually. It really makes no sense at all.
I just got the Nook Color. I love it. It's a great platform, especially when it is rooted/liberated/emancipated. However, I experienced frustration shopping for graphic novels last night on through it's native shopping applet. I assumed there would be some Will Eisner, etc. "Color Nook Edition" versions of his books. I really couldn't find anything. That's a disappointment. I'm not sure why they haven't leveraged that functionality. Maybe the screen is too small? I'll have to test it out with some Android CBR apps when I have a chance.
FlorianMueller writes "The US International Trade Commission, which is increasingly popular as a patent enforcement agency, voted to investigate a complaint filed by Motorola against Microsoft last month. Motorola claims that the Xbox infringes five of its patents. In October, Microsoft complained against Motorola, alleging patent infringement by its Android-based smartphones. Apple, Nokia and HTC are also involved with ITC investigations as complainants and respondents. A new one-page overview document shows the ongoing ITC investigations related to smartphones and the products that the complainants would like to have banned from entry into the US market. The good news is that any import bans won't be ordered until long after Christmas. The ITC is faster than courts, but not that fast."
The Sony music division should sue the Sony computer division for putting CD/DVD burners on their Vaio laptops. Sony Music should also sue the Sony media division for selling blank CD-Rs and DVD-Rs.