Beano for cows.
Beano for cows.
I don't think this is a smartphone problem. I think it is an attention and etiquette problem. Children in particular are not educated by the parents to have good manners. Keeps me out of malls and on Amazon.
Trimming trees costs a lot of money. Regulatory agencies drive the prices for power (and then point fingers at the utilities). So the utility does what they have to and then waits for the weather to point to weak spots. Then the utility files for Federal emergency funds and hires crews and equipment from far away to clean up and
Sorry. I think you are incorrect. My experience is that unlike other minorities I have worked for and had work for me, that American Blacks are the most racist of any ethnic group. Blacks hire people who look like them more than any other ethnic group. Look at the numbers on a micro level and there is a cultural problem, at least in the United States.
You still can't yell fire in a crowded theater. The media circus in Ferguson has conveyed riots and looting as civil disobedience. The public and US Constitution are not well served.
I don't care what his personal preferences are. The iPhone 6 is still too damn big to fit in a pocket. Steve Jobs is spinning in his grave and it isn't because Mr. Cook likes men.
The articles are not credible. Anyone that writes MW/h when they mean MWh has no concept of what they are talking about.
The underlying analysis may or may not be valid. There isn't sufficient definition of the assumptions to assess credibility. The report would not withstand any real peer review.
It must depend on where you are. In Annapolis we are often running two Netflix streams plus web browsing and e-mail and my AT&T microcell. Works great.
Agreed. That means for the foreseeable future (twenty years or more as any substantial breakthrough in efficiency would be apparent now for something that would be productized in the next ten years) rooftops are not enough. Ignore the space required for storage and you still have huge amounts of land being chewed up for energy production that are not available for anything else: agriculture, residential, commercial, manufacturing,
We have a connected thermostat. The local utility uses access to shift aircon run times out of phase to reduce peak loading. We get a substantial discount on electricity as a result.
I agree. They are just too big. Form factor went down hill with the 5 and has deteriorated substantially with the 6 and 6Plus.
Someone please give the human factors people at Apple some insight into the golden rectangle. These things are too big AND they're ugly.
So where is this happening? I use a lot of data, working from home, running Netflix all day to keep me company, lots of downloads and uploads
Power cables, telecommunications cables, SOSUS arrays - littorals and continental shelves are littered with cables and there are a goodly number in the deep ocean.
"What people have been reduced to are mere 3-D representations of their own data." -- Arthur Miller