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I was going to say that there's always a drawback that's worse than the thing you are trying to fix, otherwise evolution would have fixed it long ago.
But reading more, it seems they just fixed a degenerative disease. Which is not universal and not eradicated nearly as well by evolution. ok.
Except as soon as you hire an amateur, he becomes a professional...
amateur- not a profession (simplest is not paid for work)
professional- paid for the work
As another victim of crappy multi-LED clusters, you have now convinced me to maybe give LEDs another try. I will definitely, however, go for quality this time.
I want to see this website!
I'm a violinist and had to sub for a percussionist once... Never again will I say counting is easy...
Great article! Bookmarked and will definitely pass on to other people. Thank you!
yes. it says this in the article he linked to. It's long, but please read it.
designed 'to trigger the campaign finance equivalent of an impulse buy'
He also wants to get the voting equivalent of an impulse buy. Sadly, too many people vote like this as well.
Domestic harmony is more important than any gadget.
This is the wisest thing I've heard yet in a comment. Follow this advice first.
Psh that is so several years ago. I just live in the cloud.
Wouldn't the obvious solution be to create ships which absorb incoming energy and re-use it for their own use?
If I extend that "obvious solution" to apply to how to counter, say, nuclear weapons, you'll see why that won't work.
Dude I'm wearing my pockets inside out as soon as 2015 hits.
At least get the reference right
who "OWNS" whom?
I am (you may have seen some of my other posts...) a HUGE fan of Opera. And you are right. (Most) everything is built in. Which makes it super nice, because, as you said, it's the Opera team who are responsible for keeping the "plugins" working. But I think that most of that is that Opera has a nice slow(-ish) release schedule. Opera loads all sorts of cool new stuff into a new version, make sure it works, and release it, and then the other browsers struggle to implement their own versions of said cool new features before Opera does it again.