If you log into Facebook, it reactivates your account. Logging into Facebook Connect would be the same as logging into Facebook. Are people really stupid enough this is an issue?
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News today can't be bothered with details or facts. They get in the way of reporting the latest tweets.
I'm sure there are some hoteliers that will be excited about reducing their staffing for for washing and folding all the towels and sheets they go through. Hospitals likely would love this too, since it wouldn't show up sick and help spread diseases on clean linens.
Not to say anything definitive since I'm just dealing with a very small sample of firsthand data, but I've found older attachments download much slower than newer ones. I'll get 500+ KB/s on new attachments, and maybe 30 KB/s on ones that are a few months old. It wouldn't surprise me if they cache the newest items in a more-local manner, and let you pull from wherever in the cloud had space for them to store the old ones.
I loved typing next once, then (up arrow) (enter) over and over.
I've always wanted be encased in acrylic and made into a coffee table. Hopefully in a "Let me out!" pose.
Be less like Fark's arbitrary bannings?
I was going to make a joke about if there was scheduled maintenance, but the article already covered that.
A correction for you: We will hear about what the reporters' management expects the most people to want to read/watch.
The Qwik-E-Mart thing was a cross-promo with the movie's release.
All cell phones don't use proprietary connectors. I've made it a point with my last two phones to get a model with a standardized USB connector for power and sync capabilities, so I can charge from any powered USB port I can find. I can't even count the number of times I've recharged my phone off my laptop while driving or on a train, or even at friend's houses by just making sure a common USB cable.
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I assumed it had to do with offset collisions being very frequent. Engine to engine crashes are fairly rare, but someone drifting a little over a center line isn't uncommon at all.
The moderator was probably born in January, and thus unable to get the question.
For a lot of local TV stations the newscasts are one of their most profitable things to air. Since they already have video, and it's a way to build familiarity with their brand, I can't see it likely a monopoly on news sites is possible. If a pay for site breaks a big story, there will always be free sites who will echo that story.