EPA emissions on cars regarding greenhouse gas emissions have to cover all amounts emitted including gasses released from paint, used in the making of plastics and tires. By adding this button they facilitate a way to release smoke and other gasses from the tires into the air.
You'd have thought they learned their lesson when dealing with Bobby Tables, aka "Robert'); DROP TABLE Students;
US University costs are high because they know you're going to get loans and grants to help pay for it. If it wasn't so easy to get assistance from the government they would have to compete. Before all the loans and grants you could easily afford a college degree on part time wages.
With all those datacenters the town won't be that cold for long.
Nobody wants to listen to songs 160 bytes at a time.
Stonent1 writes "A product known as the Udoo is claiming they've produced a Raspberry Pi and Arduino killer all in one. The Udoo has a 2 or 4 core Freescale Arm Cortex A9, a secondary Cortex M3, HDMI, 1GB Ram and a Arduino Due shield header for a little over $100. BeagleBone isn't far behind either, the Beaglebone Next Gen is supposed be about 1/2 the price of the current Beaglebone ($89 currently) and be faster as well. It will be cool to see what else is up in the hand held hobby computer department."
Every time I mention the 10th Amendment, people in some political circles treat me as if I just raised a Confederate flag over my tobacco plantation while donning a white robe and hat.
No I won't shop like him. He's obviously not very good with money.
I'm sure they'll be uninstalled shortly.
Is they stop working after about 5 minutes and someone has to replace or repair it so it starts working again.
Just just tell them that some industry analysts predict 2012 to be the year of the Linux Desktop!
Because the browser is part of the OS, the RAM is already in use as part of the windows explorer.
My wife who in general has no interest in Science Fiction has sat and watched episodes of Voyager with me, she seems to show interest in this show more so than other sci fi shows I've watched. (If she doesn't whip out the kindle, I know she's interested). I think she likes Neelix. She actually asks questions about characters and I think likes Janeway as a character. And whenever the Kazon are around I think I can tell she's thinking "oh that bitch Seska is back". We haven't made it to any 7 of 9 episodes yet, but we'll see how that goes. Perhaps it's the number of strong female characters in the show that interests her. I do get irritated at times though with a lot of the non-action Voyager episodes, ala lets strand two characters on a planet like Neelix and Tuvok and watch them argue, or lets strand Janeway and Chakotay and see if they have sex. I've seen pretty much all the TOS and TNG, I didn't really care as much for DS9, but will watch it if on. I think the freshness of Voyager and the lack of connection to TOS or TNG makes it good for beginners. You don't have to explain the nuances of nearly as many species, just Klingon and Vulcan, everything else explains itself as it goes along.
I think it's like a DVR, it is technically always recording, it just doesn't start holding the stored data until you hit the record button, or in this case a sound spike related to a gunshot. That's why you can go back up to 15 minutes on most DVR devices as long as it had been on and tuned to the same station. I'd bet when it hears a shot, it immediately "Saves" the data in the buffer so you have a lead-up to the shot being fired. Assuming that the shot spotter is being used to gather evidence rather than just call the police when the sound spikes.