Marijuana. Is there anything it CAN'T do?
Exactly. If a workplace has "must wear tie" rule, then I assume they have a whole bunch of other stupid rules.
There a plenty of great self published author on Amazon.
that's just off the top of my head.
That's because streaming from Netflix or Amazon just works, on your TV, on your phone, on your computer.
BluRay often doesn't work, and when it doesn't work, it usually because of the DRM.
When DRM is invisible, people don't even realize it's there.
If the content of a videogame offends you, then don't buy it. If enough people don't buy offensive video games, people won't make offensive video games.
Telling other people "you should do this" or "you should not do that" only pisses them off and wastes your time.
If it's going to run LeMans, then it'll have to last 24 hours.
Kidding aside, it's not unusual for a race car engine to get rebuilt / replaced after every race. Heck, F1 used to use different engines for qualifying and the race. The qualifying engines were so lightweight and high strung they only lasted 12 to 15 laps. (F1 races are around 60 laps, depending on the track)
" Look at that UID. You must be like, 35! Yuck, old people!"
I must be ancient.
Because you would drive your Land Rover in those conditions. People who can spend $1.3 mill for a car have a specific car for all kinds of weather.
McLaren makes super high end sports cars. You would not drive your McLaren in those conditions.
For example, the McLaren P1 *starts* at $1.3 million.
"About 1/3 of Canadian homes currently get mail delivered to their door" WHAT?
I'm an American, and I have always lived in a city or the suburbs. I guess I take to-my-door mail delivery as a basic human right. I thought all first world countries had this.
Wow. my mind is blown.
I can't fit 500+ printed books in my pocket. For me, that's the big deal right there. I have limited physical storage space in my house, and I read about 2 books a week.
But the GOP is against funding solar power because they don't believe in global warming.
Well, that what they say, but it's really because the oil and coal companies have them in their pocket.
I'm not "trying to impress anyone out there", I'm just trying not to die of boredom on my daily commute. A full-throttle acceleration from a stop light (when the way is clear and it's safe to do so) every now and then can really put a smile on my face.
I hear people say things about people with sports cars - "he's got small penis" or "he's showing off", but I'm just having fun. I'm having fun *for myself*. I've got no one to show off for - I'm married 17 years now.
This app is not for me.
"The app chirps at you when it notices rough braking, aggressive acceleration, or speeding over 70 mph."
I do that all the time. I like to do that. That's why I bought a sports car. Why would I want an app to chirp at me when I do that?
from the article:
"Meanwhile, the rise of the cloud has reduced the need for extra memory."
Really? "The Cloud" acts as RAM?