You're sort of right; you just have it backwards: there are South American genes (via Easter Island) among some of the Polynesians (the migration was westerly, away from South America).
We asked Sarah Lahav this question. She's founder and CEO of service management and help desk software company SysAid
If you're not asking Gartner Group, I'm not interested - the answers simply won't have as much comedic value.
If a doctor starts using that already weak power abusively, they'll find themselves seeing LE's bad side.
LOL! I think you might have made that last batch of Koo-laid a bit too strong...
It comes with the territory...
Tim, you're a writer (or, at least, attempting to play one on TV); as such, you might want to actually learn how. The saying is "goes with the territory."
(If I don't tell you, who is?? Your editors?!)
Why do shepherds wearing flowing robes?
'Cause sheep can hear a zipper from a mile away...
Quite possibly the market you describe simply isn't the one that Neil wants to focus on.
That's a cool story....hope it's true.
Very much so.
I do think he's being a bit daft with all this 'quality' nonsense though.
Neil's easily the most vocal proponent of replacing 16bit/44khz audio with 24bit/192khz and that's a contentious subject... but all the yammering and clamoring aside, if someone were to take a decent pair of speakers (nothing necessarily extreme, mind you; my preference would be an older pair of Klipsch Reference floorspeakers, $1000 on CL) and bi-amp 'em to a decent used receiver (Marantz, Denon and HK come to mind, $300 on CL), feed 'em with optical S/PDIF from a pc or SACD player... and then audition the uncompressed recording of your choice (presumably something you're used to and love) at 16bit and 24bit... there's an excellent chance you'd be able to tell the difference in a double-blind test. As for being able to tell the difference between high-bitrate compressed and 16bit lossless? It's a foregone conclusion and anyone saying otherwise is either tone-deaf or talking out their ass; that "high quality" MP3, WMA or proprietary stream (i.e. Spotify on its highest quality settings) is going to sound muffled by comparison; particularly the highs.
Totally orthogonal to the topic at hand but a true story definitely worth relating: while my kid brother was at college, one of his friends was cranking Neil Young loudly in his dorm room... and there came a loud pounding on his door. He yelled "come in" and Neil Young opened the door and yelled "Turn it down!" with a shit-eating grin.
Pluto is too small for the heat to be internally generated
Unless its core is continuing to undergo a fissile reaction...
Why not take out of Oklahoma's or Texas's playbook and do some fracking near the fault line?
Um, 'cause shale layers != tectonic plates?!
But surely we need a way to move soil samples around!