First the obvious, you gain some vertical screen space, which is always handy on modern widescreen monitors.
So it would make even more sense to put the tabs on the side. Most websites limit themselves to about half the width of a 16:9 monitor anyway, so you lose nothing by limiting the width.
From a physical standpoint (ignoring the chemical composition), a white dwarf is totally unlike any normal star. They are supported against gravity by electron degeneracy pressure rather than thermal pressure.
They mass about the same as the sun but are the size of the earth. They've burned up all their available hydrogen and helium and are not undergoing nuclear fusion any more because their cores are not hot enough to fuse the next heaviest elements (mostly carbon). This means they are not supported against gravity by thermal energy like regular stars. What keeps them from collapsing completely is the Pauli exclusion principle (in the guise of electron degeneracy pressure). You can't squeeze the electrons any closer together until the mass gets significantly higher (over 1.4 solar masses) and gravity then beats the electron degeneracy. At that point the white dwarf explodes in a supernova, leaving behind a neutron star only a few miles across but with a mass greater than the sun, this time supported by neutron degeneracy.
Actually, Facebook allows you to remove you name from tags.
Question: Do you believe that the tag is actually removed or that it is merely not displayed any more.
I'd like to believe it's the former, but suspect it's the latter. Meaning that those tags can be re-instated or sold to anybody with a large enough cheque book at any point. Similarly, I suspect the facial recognition stuff runs on every picture but just doesn't display the tag options if you've opted out.
I think your only real chance of combating this is to pollute the database. Tag yourself in random pictures of other people. Or animals, plants, rocks, cartoon characters etc.
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Let me get this right...
You're saying there are ads on the internet? I thought they all vanished years ago. Round about the time Adblock+ came out.
FB does have an "Only Me" privacy setting available if you'd like to tighten that account up a bit more. You have to select the "Customise" option on most of the privacy settings to actually see it.
How to insert a cross-reference, which is a hyperlink by default: Insert [tab] --> Links [group] --> Cross-reference, or you can do it through References [tab] --> Captions [group] --> Cross-reference, or throw that bad boy on the Quick Access toolbar.
I don't actually understand why it would appear in those groups. The first makes sense only if you already know that cross-references are inserted as hyperlinks. The second makes no sense. A cross reference is a type of caption? Or you can only cross-refer to captions?
Just for comparison in OOo 3.0 on Ubuntu:
Insert [menu] -> Cross Reference [menu item]
You could store the driver in a FAT16 partition - that's not covered by the patent.
There's a problem here you probably aren't aware of. Windows only ever sees the first partition on removable drives. So windows might not be able to see the second ext2/3/4 partition even with a driver. Caught me out when I wanted to install a bootable ubuntu on a USB stick. Decided to give it its own partition so I could keep it separate from the data. Which works fine in linux.
It's still a bit of trouble having to install the driver on every windows machine you want to move files to or from.
Autorun. It's not just for rootkits.