A low bar.
Alfalfa is used to feed dairy cattle that produce
'Ninety-nine percent of people have seen no economic improvement over the last decade,' he said
I'd like to see an authoritative reference for this statement.
Like most stories about electric busses, electric trucks and electric cars, this one includes no useful information about cost. Who thinks that without a taxpayer handout, this thing makes any economic sense to the Kings Canyon Unified School District?
In related news (OpenShift is usually used on top of OpenStack), darthcamaro writes "The OpenStack cloud platform keeps on gaining new converts. The latest is GoDaddy which today announced it is now officially supporting the OpenStack Foundation. How GoDaddy came to officially join the OpenStack Foundation is interesting, apparently the OpenStack Foundation found out that GoDaddy was using OpenStack though job postings."
And making typewriters and mainframes propelled IBM to success in the 60s.
And once she's running Linux, grandma will stop calling with all those support questions.
History, facts and performance from the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) which has the original on display.
I realize that you, Dear Reader, are a thoughtful and respectful lot, the Internet tends to be a bit of a motley crew. I fully expect the comments to be on fire later.
In flames they are.
First, somebody needs to explain why some schools have a foreign-language requirement. The job of high school is to prepare students for jobs upon graduation (not so much any more) and/or prepare students for college. How does one or two years of mandatory foreign language study do either?
Of all the fully employed programmers you know, how many of them have degrees in English, French, Japanese, Chinese, Literature, Journalism or creative writing? How many in mathematics or physics?
The Arctic and the Antarctic.
It's a good thing that the amount of ice in the Antarctic is growing.
Antarctic sea ice extent continues to track very high in January, reaching the second-highest monthly extent in the 36-year satellite monitoring record. New monthly extent records were set for each month between August and November, and December was tied for the record (within the limits of the precision).
Who is Neil de Grasse Tyson?