I had somewhat smart watches before (timex datalink), but I love my metawatch.
that's only true when you compare the mustang's 0-60 MPH reading to your escort's 0-60 KPH rating.
"I have always found it interesting that a lot of folks would prefer that such problems didn't exist when even simple logic seems to point to the fact that it is human caused. Common sense tells you that if a billion of us start to burn things it might have some negative effects. Heck, I remember as a kid we use to dig holes in a riverbank for fun and over time with a few sticks we managed to amazingly reshape the entire riverbank. Granted maybe I shouldn't be so hard on folks who refuse to believe in it. After all if it doesn't directly affect me and I can't do anything about it, it doesn't exist right?"
You do have an identical control riverbank you can use to demonstrate that the same changes wouldn't have happened without you and your sticks, right?
> FTFY. Cyanogenmod, IIRC, has no proprietary or closed-source components
Except for the radio firmware, and on samsung the radio firmware can do arbitrary reads and writes to main memory.
nope, I tried that, I created a free AppleId and go to iCloud and login:
"Set up iCloud on a device to use iCloud.com.
Your Apple ID must be uset to set up iCloud on and iOS or OS X device before you can use iCloud.com."
was the message I received.
Lindberg didn't have a windshield, he could only see out the sides.
Alcock and Brown had to chip ice off the air intakes for their engines.
Not sure which flight you were referring to.
The first thing I did was re-wire the place.
My house had 14ga on 30A circuit breakers, the guy I bought it from bragged it never popped a breaker.
$99 price for someone what doesn't really need glasses, just the blanks for my glasses cost more than that (I'm a -13).
hard to drive to SFO from Malaysia.
I'll be downstairs beating my nephews in Mario Kart and Cell Damage to avoid those uncomfortable discussions.
Did you even read the article you linked to? Most of those subsidies take the form of things like allowing corporations to deduct expenses from their taxes (much like any other business). One of the supposed subsidies to the oil and gas industry cited in the report is government heating assistance for the poor.
I saw a chart with the US down around 19 per capita, though that data was suspect as it didn't discount international bunkerage consumption.
You can buy a properly signed SSL cert for as little as $9/year (possibly lower), if that is too much then self signed is always available.
Have you ever driven across kansas or western nebraska? I drive a section of interstate (not in kansas or nebraska) every day that if I drove at the proper time I could easily and comfortably do 100+. The route was carefully planned and timed to avoid construction and heavy traffic, he had rabbits running ahead him to make spot issues. The car was comfortble and safe at those speeds. Illegal, yes, but not as unsafe as people are saying.
I would hope one could do 75 no problem on the interstate, the one I drive the speed limit is 70 and when you hit nebraska it jumps to 75.
Personally my commute is short enough that the risk of expensive tickets isn't worth the short decrease in commute so I don't speed, but if limits were higher I'd comfortably drive them.