You should submit this for publishing in the biggest newspapers. Rupert Murdoch should approve!
Be inspired to code by dressing really slutty and letting a bunch of geeks you'd never go out with ogle you.
Have you seen what your teenage daughter and her friends are wearing these days by their own choice? This is already happening so she might as well be inspired by it.
Deer whistles don't work. If anything, it means the deer stops in the middle of the road to wonder what the hell that stupid whistling noise is.
What does work is not outdriving your vision.
The other thing that works is driving a lifted pickup with a big bumper. If I were to hit an elk, I would probably lose my radiator, but I wouldn't hurt my truck. My biggest problem would be wondering how to get the elk into the back of my truck.
HAWTs are lame. VAWTs don't have this problem. You build the generator into the outer ring of the VAWT and you get speed by virtue of size.
The Nexus 7 is a peach. And Android is pretty good about leading you by the hand the first time you use an app. I would suggest to anyone looking for a 7" tablet that they get one, the 2013 model specifically. The screen is astounding.
I got a 32GB one used for $200, but I've seen them even cheaper refurb'd on occasion.
"The cloud" just means you're putting all of that data on hard drives owned someone else you don't know.
Wrong. Hosted storage predates cloud computing. Cloud computing is that plus paying per-instance.
What we should see is decentralised systems run using independent computer systems.
How about some updates? These are old-ass systems developed incrementally. It's time to spend some money modernising and unifying them.
Nothing. Wal-Mart is one of the non-energy businesses with the most installed solar. But they'd install more if the power companies had to pay a fair price for the power when it's sold back to the grid. In states where this is the case, there's a lot more solar installs. The power companies have a state-granted monopoly for good reason, but part of the tradeoff is being forced to actually serve the interests of the people. Well, it's supposed to be, and more to the point, it is fairly so.
Most of the booze you can get today is quite au naturel.
Who told you that? There's tons of alcohols with all kinds of adulterants. Besides the 60 or so assorted additives used in winemaking, people put pretty much any spices you might imagine into craft beers, and there's all kinds of herbal and herbal-infused alcohols. Jaegermeister is the best-known, but a pretty fair cocktail of herbs is used to make Bombay Sapphire Gin, and an even broader palette is used to create Hendrick's.
French producers of 'vin ordinair' were threatening to go on strike because American/Australian box wine is putting them out of business.
Wines from California are also winning awards competing against French wines. And now wine country is moving North; as aquifers are tapped out here in California, and as global warming enables production to move to formerly-colder climes, it's heading towards Oregon.
Do you add 'honey, mint, cedar, tree resins and cinnamon bark' to your wine because your technique is "sophisticated" or because you are trying to restore some semblance of drinkability to the result of a really dreadful fermentation process?
There are over sixty additives commonly added to wines at various stages of the fermentation process today, none of which are required to be denoted on the label in any way. Now, in light of some knowledge, ask that question again.
As an aside, wine also requires fungus only spread by wasps to reach its full potential. It's complex stuff.
Well, no, at least, not the last bit.
My understanding is that the NSA is a pretty large organization and that it's involved in rather a lot of signals intelligence type operations. It's doubtful, in the majority of cases, that $RANDOM_NSA_EMPLOYEE is likely to be involved in the particular scandal of the day you want addressed.
I appreciate this view isn't going to be popular here, where most commenters seem to think that $RANDOM_NSA_EMPLOYEE is guaranteed to be directly involved in reading their emails, which they're obviously doing because they want to root out subversives and blackmail them, rather than because the NSA might, I dunno, be going overboard and doing illegitimate things for a legitimate cause (like tackling terrorism or even spying on rival governments.)
Time to reboob.
What's surprising is that nobody here thinks this is an inherently sexist device. Don't men suffer from overeating as well? What about a jock strap that monitors them? Eating disorders are not strictly a female problem, and technology that is unisex has, at least in my experience, fared far better in the market place. How successful has Microsoft been at developing a computer "for women"? It hasn't been. It's a terrible and stupid idea; just like designing a car "for women" has been in that industry.
Attaching the device to a bra would be alright, but integrating it into it pretty much spells its doom on the market. About the only thing that's marketed to women I buy besides clothing is deodorant... because for some very strange reason, men seem to enjoy smelling like they swam through a high school chemistry lab's discarded waste.
Ooh, look at the e-tough fatboy. Where'd you learn those leet fighting skills from kid
I learned to fight by being bullied by cowards like you.
Now, years on, I still have a spine, and you're still a coward.
"...Trumps YOUR nearsightedness and fears. I'm and EXPERT! On CLIMATE!"