Just export a
.pst file of all your emails and import into your successor's outlook. Keep the file for backup.
The lesson here: So long as the explosives aren't anywhere near your crotch, you'll probably pass the pat-down.
I'm hoping this spurs some price drops on the rest of the 900 series. I've been itching for a good GPU sale. I'm still running an old 465 and it has become the bottleneck on my system. I'll probably settle for a 960 since that would be ~400% improvement on my current card (well, maybe not quite since my current mobo doesn't support 3.0) and wouldn't break the bank, but I'd really like to see the 970 come down a bit more in price. The 970 is probably overkill for what I do since I don't think I'll be moving to 4k any time soon, but I do run dual monitors and often keep a movie playing whilst I'm gaming so the extra RAM would be appreciated. It would be nice to know I have a card that should carry me all the way through my next build. Also, for anyone considering getting into an Oculus Rift, remember that a 970 is the minimum required spec. I really doubt there'll be any drastic price drops any time soon, but a boy can dream.
because I always eat the crust with their garlic dipping sauce.
Anybody ever been to a party where someone throws an old VW engine block on the bonfire?
A vacuum, of course.
Once it's cracked, it's cracked.
Suspend an SSD by the cable in a bucket and then spray the whole thing full of quickfoam to make a watertight seal. Then bury the bucket in the backyard with the cable exposed. Cover it with a junction box and get one of those industrial Ethernet USB extenders. Then run a conduit and CAT6 into your house. Surely your house fire won't penetrate even a few feet of dirt. Now I bet you feel silly for asking when the answer was so obvious.
Sounds like you just need a log to audit.
Ummm...that's already the case. Google reprogrammers.
What if they just use the GPS tracker already on your dash or in your pocket?
I got a Logitech K350 a while back when they had a combo deal with the mouse I wanted. It's nothing all that fancy or special, but I like it. It's wireless, which is nice, though I don't really use it to its potential that often. I've never had any issue with lag (I play plenty FPSs), but I use a USB extender to put the transceiver right under the edge of my desk, less than a foot from my keyboard/mouse. The keyboard has never given me problems, but I didn't like the mouse's response with the USB transceiver plugged into the back of my PC. It's ergonomic without being clunky (I hate split keyboards). It's got a kinda wavy design, a good wrist rest, and concave keys that fit your fingers. It's got a few extra program buttons, but I honestly never use them aside from the volume buttons. It'll only run you about $50. I think I've only changed the batteries once over the last 2-3 years.
So...a number that commonly appears in nature...appeared in nature. I'm not saying it's aliens, but...
The brick is also a wave, it's just such a complex wave that it would be nearly impossible to express in those terms (it's just a sum of all its subatomic parts, after all). If we could express a brick in terms of a wave, the values would just be endless strings of numbers that make little sense to our human brains. Then, lets say we devise a way to visualize those values in a form more palatable for human consumption; you'd end up with a picture of a brick.