Wrong. From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_laptops
The Apple PowerBook series, introduced in October 1991, pioneered changes that are now de facto standards on laptops, such as room for a palm rest, and the inclusion of a pointing device (a trackball).
But, but, but Apple never invented anything. They just, like, copy stuff and, um, spit-shine it for hipsters, then overcharge.
... on that slick snowy road, no braking system on earth could've gotten you to stop in less than 100 yards. You can't cheat physics.
How about a concrete wall?
In the Middle of Nowhere it is illegal for; a black person to ride a horse through town, to be out after dark unescorted or to shout in public places.
Well, no, it isn't. There may be regulations like that on the books, but they're not enforceable. No court in the US would uphold them.
There are probably a few courts in the US that would uphold them, but they'd be overturned at higher levels.
Actually, the RESET key had a stronger spring than the others and required pressing simultaneously the SHIFT key for it to have effect, IIRC.
While it did have a much stiffer spring on my Apple II+, it did not require a press of shift or any other modifiers. This may have changed with the IIe, IIc, or IIgs; I don't know.
The snag with doing this, this also wastes my time too. I don't want to be tied up on the phone talking to these jackasses.
Then test out your prototype voice-activated AI program.
The URL on your redirect page links to "http://wwww.robots-everywhere.com/", with four Ws.
And our company proxy identifies it as a malicious site.
Grass-fed beef is, in point of fact, less carbon-intensive than vegetarian fare. And when grazing is managed well, it's net-negative as good management sequesters MORE carbon in the soil, even when some fuel use for hay harvest is factored in.
No it is not. I don't know where you get your so-called "facts."
Hay and silage are two different things, city boy.
And no, putting up hay does not require "substantial" fuel amounts compared to other crops.
Don't call me a city boy, whippersnapper. FYI, I own 216 acres in rural WV. Of course, I don't raise cattle, as I am a vegetarian. Yes, putting up hay requires just as much fuel as raising other crops per acre - cut, ted, bale, store, unless you include inorganic fertilyzer (I don't).