It's not part of the mashing process, but I've heard such claims made about chill haze reducing enzymes: http://www.whitelabs.com/other...
You mean you can print in 3D now? Why have you guys kept that so quiet for so long?
Ah now to be fair, pulseaudio wasn't all bad. In its early mainstream (Fedora 12?) days, when I had audio problems, I knew that I could always type `killall pulseaudio` and reliably solve them.
All of us. We just choose a different place to start.
Especially from a glowing review that explains how it's a book that is effective due to its non-quick-fix approach, and yet Amazon tells me was published less than 6 weeks ago?
Vim? Joining 10 tables is a ballache in terms of typing, but it's not actually
/hard/ - any more than writing a function with 10 statements is hard. You just need to step away from the ORM long enough to realise that actually relational databases are perfectly logical and easy (well, as easy as any other programming) despite what various frameworks have screamed at you for years.
The study only looked at elective surgery, not urgent surgery.
I mean I guess the summary could have been written in a more cunty way, but I don't see how. So high fives all round!
True. These infernal "computer" things would be going nowhere if it weren't for the clever marketing.
It's more sarcastic. Please try to keep up.
Before node.js it was literally impossible to use JS on a server. Thanks Node!!!1
Now we've got homeopaths and spiritualists involved, a cure for cancer must surely be just around the corner!!
Why is Slashdot running a story about someone making a piece of simple (if awkward) equipment that has been used all over the world for decades?
" for a (highly negotiable) fee"
Oh, now I see. As you were.
But not very well, it would appear: http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/welcome/features/2010-2011/02/20110223_drug_dogs.html