I usually respond to that by saying human behavior is rarely logical and the patterns of people to gradually push things to see how far they can go is well established.
Cyanogenmod is doing this with 10.2.
Sort of the opposite with me. If I know the lyrics, I tend to "sing along" in my head, the words form images, and I get distracted. If the words are unintelligible (foreign language) or it's just instrumental, I don't have that problem.
itwbennett writes "This brings to mind an earlier Slashdot discussion about whether we've hit the limit on screen resolution improvements on handheld devices. But this time, the question revolves around ever-faster graphics processing units (GPUs) and the resolution limits of desktop monitors. ITworld's Andy Patrizio frames the problem like this: 'Desktop monitors (I'm not talking laptops except for the high-end laptops) tend to vary in size from 20 to 24 inches for mainstream/standard monitors, and 27 to 30 inches for the high end. One thing they all have in common is the resolution. They have pretty much standardized on 1920x1080. That's because 1920x1080 is the resolution for HDTV, and it fits 20 to 24-inch monitors well. Here's the thing: at that resolution, these new GPUs are so powerful you get no major, appreciable gain over the older generation.' Or as Chris Angelini, editorial director for Tom's Hardware Guide, put it, 'The current high-end of GPUs gives you as much as you'd need for an enjoyable experience. Beyond that and it's not like you will get nothing, it's just that you will notice less benefit.'"
I find music with lyrics to be distracting sometimes (it depends on the lyrics sometimes), but electronic or classical tends to boosts my productivity.
But you really think the pedo is going to do something to your kid(s) because of a book? Really? Books make them that way?
Yeah. You can identify as a desktop, but that means it wouldn't affect the tablet metric at all (while it might skew the desktop browser metric). Some other browser like Dolphin let you identify as an iPad or iPhone, which IMO is far more useful since many sites assume wrongly that android supports flash. iPads and iPhones tend to get served pure html5 video. This is a global setting in Dolphin, not a per-page thing. Now that would affect the tablet market measurements, but comparatively few people use that browser (or one like it) and even fewer use that option.
Well. I'm on the latest stable release. It has something very similar to "mission control" where you get your virtual desktops, windows "exposé"-style, and your dock all on one screen. It also has something similar to the notifications center on the bottom. Personally I like it. One hot corner and I get an overview of everything, which is what "mission control" was designed to do. It's search function (on the same screen) is also very similar in form to the iPad's universal search. It's function is similar as well.
My steam library has over fifty games. What's your point?
There is no "groove". It's magnetic, like the normal iPad covers and like the surface.
Check this keyboard/cover out for iPad that's nearly identical to the Surface keyboard. Bonus is that it predates the surface.
While you and me might do that, how many users know what a user agent is, much less delve into third party browser settings to change it? There can't be enough people to mess up the numbers.
Dputiger writes "Microsoft has unveiled both the Surface 2 and Surface 2 Pro, updating the former with a Tegra 4 processor and the latter with a new Haswell chip. Among the additional improvements are a more comfortable kickstand with two height settings, 1080p displays for both devices, USB 3.0 support, better battery life, and a higher resolution camera. Pricing for the 32GB Surface without a Touch or Type Cover is set at $449."
Tfa: "Users can alter or replace any part of the software or hardware they want". Valve is not Microsoft. It's privately owned either and Gabe is almost universally seen as a cool guy -- hardly the type to pull off a dick move as you imply he would.
I have a DVDO Edge which can do this. You set the output resolution to something fixed and set the scaling (and other settings) for each input individually. You could presumably get the exact scale you're looking for with a test pattern and tweaking. I don't recall if there is a shortcut to what you want but I wouldn't be surprised.