I'm the OP for the thread. I use a knife and fork as I'm a Brit. I did live in Florida and most people seem to cut with a knife, put the knife down, switch hand with the fork and then eat the food. One thing I did notice in Delray Beach/Boca Raton was over sized portions. A large delivery pizza only fits in an American fridge diagonally. After a day you have to chunk it out. Large cokes are like a small bucket and I noticed lots of, in particular, teen girls wandering around the Boca mall with buckets of Pepsi/coke. I asked people about it and they said that people consider quantity good value for money. Makes sense of course but it's not helpful. Living by the beach in Delray there're extremes... Joggers who are toned and, frankly, lard buckets. Most people don't seem bigger than the uk average in relative size to be honest.
OP for this thread here again but I'm bothering to log in
Speaking from personal experience I got the put the utensils down from a TV show her in the uk. I decided to use it and after a while I got used the practice. Got to say I eat less than I did as I'm not shovelling food.
Now if only I could cut the beer down...
It's what I use and clients can use openvpn. Works fine for me.
Let's hope not.
We use 22/7 instead.
I've seen trading platforms in Java (Island) and was surprised at the number if transactions per second. I don't see Java jobs in London that much but lots of C#. Maybe that's UI work. Bloomberg are very C++ orientated and they're known for their trading platform. Lots of Boost in there AFAIK.
Yeah, it's a bit odd here. Temperature in Celsius and distance in miles. People's height in feet & inches and weight in stones & pounds. It's even odder in a supermarket where we use both imperial and metric. You can buy cheese at the deli in either unit. Thank goodness we ditched the old coinage for a metric system. Mind you, it'd be more hip to say we used LSD as a currency
They do a trip to the UK and come by HP Labs in Bristol, conveniently where I work. It's worth attending for a good set of laughs and the award winners take it all in good humour.
I remember actually seeing this via MacsBug back in the early 90s. I also remember we had a few MacPlus' that had engraved signatures on the inside of the box.
Good grief! Taking the drive apart! It's a whole load easier to crack the game. Often a lda #1 and a nop. Skate or Die was hard though - lots of self modifying xor code in loops.
Hopefully it'll not be like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3Sq-s7V_qg
What about National Geographic? That's a top US mag and we get it in Europe too - even translated. As for magazines I buy, T3 magazine is my favorite but there are far too many adverts in it. It's also pretty expensive IMO.
No, that's gorilla STRATEGY. Gorilla tactics is deciding who to fling poo at.
I thought it was barrels?
Maybe it's where the beer atom was split?
Develop it? Can't we just use the Stargate under NORAD?