I worry about the dead body being found in the boot.
Like the IOC did with swimming banning such suits, you'd think they would have made this a rule across all sports.
Same with London Olympics. A new law was made for this purpose, the 'London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Act 2006'.
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I guess briefly as it starts to fall back to earth. It wont be orbiting or going faster than escape velocity.
This is what I hear from everyone I know who has one. I know of 7 people with Chromebooks, they either wiped Chrome off or left it getting dusty on a shelf, one or two given to someone else. I must state that none of these people bought their Chromebooks, they were given for free from Google.
So, does anyone actually know of anyone who has bought one? Why do they sell well on Amazon? A race to the bottom to release cheap hardware, Chrome OS machines being one of the only ones left as OEMs have learnt that racing to the bottom doesn't work.
I think we do in the UK. You're certainly not allowed to touch any cables or equipment that is beyond the demarcation box or master socket. Anyone?
I'm in the UK, I use these in my home. They take up far less space than normal 13A sockets.
Now, powerlock. One for the home.
I've never understood this. Same with HDMI/DVI. Why can HD-SDI transmit 2k uncompressed video and 16 channels of audio easily over a 200m reel of coax cable, yet HDMI wont go any further than 10m.
It still becomes a brick when you have no wi-fi or you don't have an over-priced GSM subscription.
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How do I download it if I don't have an internet connection? Does this require special hardware?
Order Wikipedia on DVD, from Wikipedia themselves. http://dumps.wikimedia.org/dvd.html
You've always been able to download every page and image. Am I missing something?
I'm amazed that Amazon use human beings as pickers. I'm surprised it is not all automated.
Take Ocado as an example. 9 people work in each warehouse that is just as big as Amazons that employ thousands in each one. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKpyPO76yZ4
I wouldn't class stress or depression as a mental illness, it is a physical one.
AC, at least the BBC have the balls to do this, unlike other commercial broadcasters.