You work at a sad sad place. Discussions where I work circle around the next motorcycle release from BMW, What the one LeMons racing team next year is going to do (Yes we have our own team) and how bad the latest release of the Compilers and IDE are and how we really should revert back to the less buggy version and just not tell management.
but legit purchases come with tech support! That is what makes actually buying their software so worth it!
Why again? get "the last ripper" and keep those last FM tracks forever and ever and ever.
Apple DOES let you do that, get the camera kit like you are supposed to, back when I had a starter DSLR that only shot 10 megapixels I did it all the time.
Now my new DSLR, I did not even try because why in the world would I want to load up my tiny 64gig of storage space with 24megapixel photos when I have 5 32gig memory cards on me. and 32gig cards are dirt cheap.
Oh and please tell me WHAT android tablet has a standard USB A plug on it for your camera, you seem to be making things up about your complaints. Every single android tablet I have owned, Nexus 7, Nexus10, you have to do major hacks to get the micro USB to act as a host, certianly out of reach for 99% of tablet users.
Lastly please tell me what this fetish is with the newbie photographers wanting their DSLR connect to the tablet? there is no good reason at all for it. Slow usb2.0 transfers take forever and a day if you think you will be showing a "client" the photo. if you really are desperate to look like inspector gadget, buy EyeFi cards and transfer them wirelessly, that way you can shoot RAW+JPEG and have the jpegs go to the tablet and have the RAW files for real processing later. If I really need to show a client a photo, I simply pull the 15" laptop out of my camera bag and show them. But I highly discourage this as those are raw photos and breaks the flow. They can see the proofs later when we meet and I have had time to deal with them properly.
Every single old person with bad eyesight I have talked to LOVES IOS 7 because it's higher contrast and easier to read.
How did you come to your discovery? how many people did you talk to that used ios 6 and then used ios 7? Because my sample pool is about 20 people.
He said CHEAP. Nexus 10 is the same price as the base ipad.
I wasn't saying that the indication was anything.
Yes, I do believe they can tell the difference. They aren't determining the risk factor. They are passing on information based on scientific studies. The doctors who ran the studies make the determinations on risk. They provide the links to that research, and even specifically discuss other things you should do if you are concerned, including contacting a genetic counselor.
I didn't believe or not believe, I had gallstones based on the 23andMe report. I believed based on symptoms and a diagnostic ultrasound that showed two golf ball size stones where there should have been none.
Here's the study information they provide with this particular one. There's a lot of information on the page. I don't want to make this post huge by quoting the whole thing. It does include information on the lab that does the testing.
The FDA is pissed that 23andMe is making this information available, where you should normally spend a fortune with doctors, if you can get them to agree to doing genetic testing, to give you the same information.
This SNP is in a gene called ABCG8, which encodes a cholesterol transporter protein. The version of this SNP associated with increased risk for gallstones (C) causes a physical change in the protein that is thought to result in increased cholesterol transport into the biliary ducts and the gallbladder. This may precipitate the formation of gallstones; however, additional studies are needed to elucidate the mechanisms by which this SNP affects gallstone formation. Having two copies of the C version of this SNP confers higher risk than having just one.
Research suggests that the C version of this SNP is also associated with slightly earlier onset of gallstones. There is also some evidence that this SNP may be associated with gallbladder cancer (gallstones are a risk factor for gallbladder cancer), but larger studies are required to verify this.
Multiple studies have confirmed this association in populations with European ancestry. A small Chinese study examined this SNP and found suggestive evidence for the association with gallstones and biliary tract cancer, but more studies are needed to confirm the association in Asian populations. This association has not been studied in populations with African ancestry.
Buch S et al. (2007). "A genome-wide association scan identifies the hepatic cholesterol transporter ABCG8 as a susceptibility factor for human gallstone disease." Nat. Genet. 39(8):995-9.
Stender S et al. (2011)
. "Sterol transporter adenosine triphosphate-binding cassette transporter G8, gallstones, and biliary cancer in 62,000 individuals from the general population." Hepatology 53(2):640-8.
Xu HL et al. (2011). "Cholesterol metabolism gene polymorphisms and the risk of biliary tract cancers and stones: a population-based case-control study in Shanghai, China." Carcinogenesis 32(1):58-62.
The genotyping services of 23andMe are performed in LabCorp's CLIA-certified laboratory. The tests have not been cleared or approved by the FDA but have been analytically validated according to CLIA standards. The information on this page is intended for research and educational purposes only, and is not for diagnostic use.
Finally, a reasonable and pertinent response.
Though I could probably refine it, "living beings not possessing the attribute of an immortal soul" would probably do. This could be open to scientific objections, but not definitional ones.
Note that there could be bipedal, clothes-wearing hominids included by this definition, particularly if their self-reported possession of a soul is negative. I am well aware of that.
Then, the specific "ties to reality", so we can evaluate their objective weight for a given domain. You are assuming one domain of applicability, which you have no reason to do other than, I suggest, conceptual laziness.
I'm quite well aware of the practical usefulness of the categorical system for given domains, and its status as "common sense". Neither of these is the question at hand.
I'm amazed you cannot see this as an arbitrary categorical construct.
These can be organized innumerable ways, none of which would have exclusive metaphysical "correctness".
Well, as I said, I am perfectly willing to respect your demand that you be considered an animal. There is simply no actual reason you can expand that to what "we" are. That is a freely-chosen and arbitrary preference you've made for yourself, by acceding to a practically-useful categorical system as the exclusively valid one.
I suggest reading Pirsig on Euclidian "versus" Riemann geometry for an entirely non-religious treatment of this issue, that you may find more palatable.
Nice navel-gazing ad hominem with a little psychic projection.
Move on to an argument whenever you are ready.
So, essentially, -you personally- feel the categorization is insufficient, and therefore wish to drag me to it.
Considering myself best categorized as "human" makes a claim for unique superiority?
What nonsense. Your metaphysics is incoherent. Deal with it.
the ONLY reason to use itunes is that you own an iDevice or want to buy from the Apple store. If you are not doing that, why the hell are you using itunes?