umm.. i'm not sure, but i think they also had a pretty popular search engine..
because after an hour of driving you probably want to stop NOW and not in 15 minutes when the car decelerated from 30km/h to zero.. or maybe the road wasn't 100% flat, and either it didn't come to a complete stop or would have gone backward? who knows, certainly not you.. and making it a modified car for a disability, without any mention what kind of disability or what kind the modifications were done to it i wonder how so many people here can be so smart about how the car is actually supposed to work.. i can't even find a photo of the car or the ditch..
The man legally changed his name to Kim Dotcom
btw. has anyone an idea how/where he "legally" changed his name? most german sources still refer to him as "kim schmitz", and i have found nothing which states if he changed his name in germany or finland (as it seems he has both citizenships)
well, but your wording is really boring and useless.. it also didn't collide yesterday
yeah, it's almost as interesting as news of a non-existing island found to be non existing.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Island_(New_Caledonia)
i'm not sure what you are referring to, the cheapest price at your link is $549, or $99 + $2040 (i'm sure there are additional costs, i have no idea about US cellular plans, but i guess you have to pay the monthly rate... well monthly
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android is not a desktop OS, can you copy your blu ray with your ipad?
what? you can change the oil? nobody does that, ever! make sure the oil is a closed system which can never be accessed in any way, makes it so much more efficient and consumes less space! - if the oil gets old and clogged, just buy a new car!
i guess the obvious solution, since you are creating a social network where you are connecting with friends you usually know first hand, would be to simply split up the private key into 3 or 4 parts and give them to your closest, most trusted friends.. once you lose your key, all of those 3 or 4 friends have to verify that you are actually the person you claim to be..
so if maybe with more knowledge about cryptography could answer the question if it's possible to split up a private key into multiple parts without each part lowering the security of the whole key.. that would lead to your answer
well at least the german wikipedia entry (not that i cared to check the sources) reads "Da er laut eigener Aussage Probleme damit hatte, sich unterzuordnen und dumme Befehle“ zu befolgen, wurde er als militärisch ungeeignet eingestuft und aus dem Bundesheer entlassen." (he was dismissed from the "armed forces" because, according to him, he had problems following "dumb orders"
Locking might be a bit overstated but with android they definitively improve their services.. everyone using android will have a google wallet account, most will click that google+ signup button, add google drive to access their data - and use google talk more and more instead of texting (the last one leading to much more online google+ users) i imagine that they will actively push google+ - auto upload of photos is already more or less the default - and if you have your photos already on google+, you will use this to share them, not upload it again to facebook..
If the market share for android continous to grow like it is, their services will increasingly have more value just because more and more people are actively using them (ie don't bother to change the default settings)
the only people who don't attach them are people who want to track the views of their newsletter, so it makes sense that gmail, thunderbird, etc. won't show external images by default.. if you send a big email, include it in total, why only include half of the message.. you could just have sent a link to your website if you don't want to use email in the first place..
or, simply send out small emails without 5 MB worth of images..
i just don't get statistics.. take a look at what wikipedia says:
if you look at the "Official Development Assistance by country as a percentage of Gross National Income in 2009" it draws a different picture.. GNI is different than GDP or by capita.. but anyway.. for example:
Austria – 0.30%
United States – 0.21%
while the GNI by capita seems pretty much comparable between US and austria: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GNI_(nominal,_Atlas_method)_per_capita
17 United States 47,390
18 Austria 47,060
(i am using austria solely because i am from austria and i never figured that we are that greedy about donations..) but anyway, those are just the first numbers i found via a google search, completely unrelated and probably not even from the same timeframe, but i'm not that sure that the US is the most perfect country in the world.. even if your source, 'american.com' tells us so?
I hope everyone agrees that it was just wrong to talk about it in a news radio show as fact.. but his one man show/whatever can indeed make the story more engaging by displaying events.more first hand than he has really witnessed.. creative work is just there to make you think about it and find out what is true and what isn't - and to what degree.. the original radio show even had a discussion about what is known and real, and what is questionable, but it obviously didn't go far enough.. people just have to learn that news can only have one truth, while story tellers, comedians, etc can exaggerate to a degree (they definitely shouldn't lie about whats true and what isn't when asked outside their show... obviously)