I'm pretty sure his shirt was white and gold.
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As a smaller and cross-platform subset of the .NET Framework, it will have its own update schedule, updating multiple times a year, while .NET will be updated once a year. At the release of .NET 4.6, Core will be a clear subset of the .NET Framework. With future iterations it will be ahead of the .NET Framework. "The .NET Core platform is a new .NET stack that is optimized for open source development and agile delivery on NuGet. We're working with the Mono community to make it great on Windows, Linux and Mac, and Microsoft will support it on all three platforms."
According to that logic pilots didn't see that many birds a few years ago and are now suddenly seeing more birds. I'm pretty sure they're seeing drones.
Sounds like a dream scenario for robbers. The truck will drive defensively and will stop when blocked by another car. It won't evade. So now we need a terminator on each truck.
I'm buying stock in companies that manufacture noise cancellation headphones. Last thing I want is someone in close proximity talking on a phone.
Is that "right to be forgotten" law applicable to Yelp or only Google?
I watched the Big History TV series and was unimpressed. They attempt to make connections between items spanning billions of years eg. Kennedy was killed by a bullet, lead is formed in supernovas. It feels as if the episodes suffer from ADD. Not enough time is spent on a single subject.
What exactly is wrong with the way history is teached? Or is old Bill trying to rewrite a few bits to fit his vision?
So that's where you got your nick.