The problem with the 12 volt battery is exactly what caused all the problems with the review car that John Broder wrote about. Hmm, I guess Broder might not have been the big liar that Musk and his gang of fanboys painted him out to be.
There's no final price listed on the web page. It just says that they're counting every 100 Euro as an individual phone. Contributors get a full rebate when the phones are released, plus 2% for every month from the time they contributed to the release, as a reward for early donations. It could very well end up costing more than the Ubuntu phone.
Why is it that full sized iPads are still thought of as mobile devices when the vast majority of them never leave the couch?
I got in the habit of moving the bags to the trunk of my car. I usually have at least 4 of them in there at any one time. I prefer the reusable bags to plastic or paper ones when I shop. Having a real handle is a big bonus.
Also, if I remember correctly, you have 24 months to use the energy you overproduced. So, you could over-produce in the summer and use it in the winter. This would not affect you bill. It would be like using Hydro-Quebec as a big battery!
That would be nice. One of the big beefs that I've hear of is that you sell electricity to the grid at wholesale rates, but you purchase it at consumer rates. It's also assessed on a monthly basis, so in the summer when you're cranking out power with solar, you're not paying your power bill, but you're only getting $0.04/KWH. In the winter you're not producing as much and if you've got electric heat you're consuming more from the grid. I've heard many people complain that they'd like to be assessed on a yearly basis, only paying (or being paid) for the net.
And how many of them simply ran over debris in the roadway then burst into flame?
Even worse: prisons here are profitable ventures. Prisoners are a valuable commodity. We have an entire industry of prisons, lawyers, guards, and logistics that requires a steady supply of them. Sadly, it's a growth industry as well.
Gimme a call. I'll sell you the whole moon, man.
want to make one yourself?
Yeah, I thought this was about Georgia Tech? Do they still just do stuff with peanuts?
9" LCD TV's can be had for less than $50.
Actually, the kid from Georgia tech was just a passenger. He signed on less than two weeks before they left. He was just a lookout.
HBO just announced a deal with Google Play to make all their series available.
Yeah, because there was no religion until the federal government of the US stopped taxing them. Totally true.
Because they should all be held liable for the actions of a few miscreants. That's how we do things, right? So, let's talk about the atheist Josef Stalin...