OK, so it'll probably work, then? These were the users who were willing to do it the first time, so why not a second time?
Exactly, so make it look like a bluetooth headset! Actually, it could even function as a bluetooth headset as well. So, rather than being a sign saying "I'm old", it'd be a sign saying "I'm connected!"
male kiwis produce transgenic pollen
In NZ, "kiwis" are only either the people (New Zealanders) or the birds, but never the kiwifruit plants! Very confusing...
Unfortunately, Foxit Reader doesn't seem to support many localised versions, unlike Adobe Reader.
Does the browser window really have to be so wide? I get horizontal scrollbars using my normal window size, which is quite annoying.
Also, please add Unicode & SSL support!
I know that was meant as a joke, but such data would be stored in the rows of the table, not the columns of the individual rows.
From the original paper:
The xanthopterin pigment found within the cuticle has been proven to be a suitable absorber of light for the harvesting of solar energy by a demonstration of its use in an organic solar cell, with a conversion efficiency of 0.335%.
I assume this was just a "proof of concept" organic solar cell, so the efficiency could probably be increased, but 0.335% doesn't sound like much!
Computers are unreliable, but humans are even more unreliable. Any system which depends on human reliability is unreliable. -- Gilb