Wow, if only there were some kind of organized system of, say, i don't know, governance for ensuring that under-represented members of our communities get equal access to economic resources? Like a set of written guidelines or maybe rules that all members of a community need to abide by...
There is no "cyber". It's just the internet. These politicians sound like they've been briefed out of a copy of Mondo2000 from 1994.
It's based on "Gradient Based Image Completion by solving the Poisson Equation":
Plus a bunch of other related papers that Siggraph people have been playing with for some years now.
The Hackers Diet makes it clear: Exercise just doesn't burn that many calories. You can lose weight just by eating less calories than you burn, no exercise required.
IBM/Lenovo X60 tablet (one size for 4 cell battery, another size for 8 cell battery)
Dell D420 (one size for 4 or 6 cell battery, another size for 9 cell)
Fujitsu P1610 (one size for 3 cell, another size for 6 cell)
Sony TX (one size for large battery, another for standard battery)
HP dv9000z and HP TC4400
Alienware Superman Returns
And hundreds of others...
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