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Reynolds953 (2932279) writes "In an EE Times blog http://www.eetimes.com/author.asp?section_id=36&doc_id=1318857, the author laments "Unfortunately, we live in a world where sensationalism rules and headlines seldom tell the entire story or even the truth. In any case, the results of one [pro Intel] benchmark, especially one that seems to contradict other benchmarks, seem more suspicious than conclusive." He concludes that "the leading ARM-based processors still have a performance lead over the latest Intel processor (a recent review of the Samsung Galaxy 3 10.1 by GSMArena http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_tab_3_101-review-948.php came to the same conclusion); all benchmarks should be questioned and none used exclusively; and recent headlines were more sensational than truthful."
Pull it out of the cold brine early and let rise toward room temperature. Then place the bird's breast in ice water until it has dropped twenty degrees in comparison to the thighs. Dry, stuff, and roast. It all gets done at the same time that way.
The change I most want to see adopted is getting rid of the slant and getting the columns aligned vertically. This is a legacy of manual typewriters and should have been corrected when offices went to electrics.