Only 720p? My phone has 720p, I would expect at least 1080p.
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Thanks for the Wikipedia link, now I want my Squeezed coherent state camera.
10 Megapixels is enough for my DSLR
I'm using UnloadTab for Firefox, works pretty well. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/unloadtab/?src=api
Of course hundreds of tabs for a week still requires some occasional restart (use ulimit -v in script before starting FF).
However I dislike Chrome, because occasionally it starts hogging CPU, so I even can't move my mouse.
How about taking engines to the asteroid and mounting them on it.
In US you don't. It's common to dial US numbers prefixed with 1 without any international code.
Just remove top bezel and add one more LCD that you can unfold (having total resolution of 1366x1536) , and it would be perfect.
Though it would need some balancing
It doesn't really matter if it's delayed 10 or 100 years, the difference out there will be insignificant
Without Russian rockets it's not much of use. US already got launch facilities, but they don't have any rockets.
Please do track to which sites you are copying my information, and also please can I see the list.
Option to remove some information from specific site would be nice.
You can get redundancy.
We do have multiple Asterisk servers on Amazon EC2, each of them can take role of another. Amazon has availablity zones, so if there is problem, it's within single zone, so it's best to have replacement in different zone.
As for ISP - we have several, and as we can control our servers, we can just quickly reroute calls to different ISP in the same office. If all of our ISPs would give us access to switching BGP, it would be even easier.
As our business depends on phone calls heavily, our telephony carrier has granted us use of backup gateway,where they can reroute DIDs within 30 minutes.
As a VoIP engineer, I need it. In fact I need multiple phones, so I have 5 different models.
You can take it to Shipyard(r) approved waters only. It's not meant for sea or ocean. And only if You hold the steering wheel correctly.
Try querying book readers (Kindle could still count)
So they would just automatically match scenes from other recordings (and knowing which channel it was recorded helps), and keep single copy of every possible difference (ads, logo). Put all that in the nice box of interface for retrieving every individual copy and call it "compression".