who's with me?
OMG! Ubuntu Criticized?
Hey, you used a trademarked word!
I love love LOVE ctrl-option-cmd-eject (shutdown), ctrl-cmd-eject (reboot) and control-shift-eject (blank screen)
I use them every single day.
I've been secretly using Jude Law's biometrics. Eventually I'll be on that ship to outer space.
twist: the wifi router was located in the closet
Maybe things are changing, but shouldn't sales taxes be for tangible goods?
But this is an opportunity. It means even nerds like us can make movies now!
Scripts are just crazy mad libs, and we can fill in the blanks with whatever we want to.
he said ________ as he jumped into his convertible
______ and drove off with his
"UBUNTU! He said FREELY as he jumped into his convertible HYBRID and drove off with his IMAGINARY wife."
I think the problem is that the Flicker Fusion Threshold might be poorly understood by manufacturers.
I think lots of factors affect our perception, young people can perceive flicker more than older people, and things like caffeine can make flicker more noticable.
Harbor Freight shopping list:
[_] Air Compressor, 5 Hp, 60 gallon
[_] Shop Press, 20 Ton
[_] HF-35A Joint Strike Fighter, 25 ton
I've been to a La-z-boy showroom recently and some of their stuff is awesome.
Drink holders with 110v outlets. Multi-way power recliners, with cool stuff like a headrest tilt option to put your head at JUST the right angle to watch tv.
...also the crappy alignment of the last text bubble.
I have some of these bulbs and they are fine for me. I have noticed they don't dim all the way down though.
I mean that if you were to move the dimmer from 100 to 0, the bulb would dim down to 30 and shut off below that.
But basically it works fine, you just have to move the dimmer from 30-100 instead of from 0-100.
I have noticed that virtually all the new LED light bulbs that replace normal incandescent bulbs are dimmable.
(This is true for the bulbs I've seen on sale).
This is not true for Compact Fluorescent bulbs. You need to buy special and expensive dimmable bulbs
(that frequently whine when dimming).
Even if there are failures, I suspect the cost savings is still great (both in power use and maintenance costs). Also the lights have a warranty.