Have it on my 8GB 4s. It's fine. Had to do it cabled in stead of OTA (needs 4.6GB free to install OTA), but it's working like it did before plus new features. Just pushed through a lab's worth of iPad2 and it's fine there too.
for Windows 10 of course.
is low-tech "luddite". Got it.
lubcd eyju jiutedg g trds huf cuz that would be bad.
primaries, secondaries and tubes coincidentally after I and a budding software engineer who shall remain nameless decided that if a magnifying glass can burn stuff pretty good, then the prime focus should burn stuff REALLY good. It did and I spent the next few days giving the glass their first cleaning in a decade and until last week ( a volunteer retiree with a soft spot for vintage scopes) their only one.
"engineers had to take control of the car twice during the drive." You mean like many of our parents did reflexively when we were learning how to drive? Not to mention the dent in the passenger side floor where the extra brake pedal wasn't.
is all anyone pays attention to. $349 is too much to walk out the door with for the average user who just dropped $199 to walk out the door with the phone. Your theory is correct. The practice at the retail desk may be quite another.
When it drops to $199. An accessory for your phone shouldn't cost more than the phone. And yes I know there are kids running around with exhaust and rims worth more than the Civic they're bolted to.
now I can't get this image out of my head http://upload.wikimedia.org/wi...
No, tells me you didn't see the recent data and analysis on Atlantic deep-ocean heat sinks.
with the intro of EV3 - you could put out the call to FLL message boards to see if people retiring their NXT care to pack it up and send it off. It' still perfectly serviceable (and came with more default sensors than EV3) and since you're not fiddling with innards, the new ideas and extensions of contraptions tend to flow fairly well. Any kits you find have been through a half dozen years of middle schoolers - good luck wrecking them.
You know, an actual issue with the coffee crop?
"That's no moon..."
Plus I know that nicotine is physically addictive and a software brand is not. His idea that students in schools that use non-free software "can't learn anything" for programming is simply false. I did pay attention to the part where he says "So you should only bring free software to class, except as a reverse engineering exercise." Again, it's like saying you can't buy a car unless you want to learn to build your own (which you can't do because how the bought car works is a secret). "Instrument of unjust power" - give me a break. If that's true about software, then it's true about everything ever printed, broadcast or distributed, and anything you ever purchased, including clothing and food. "Lighten up, Francis." You wanna make an OS? Great. Join the crowd. But don't tell people they are violating people's basic freedom if they don't embrace your disrtibution model and tell them how wrong they are to do so. Just pitch your stuff. If it's good, people will use it. No need to demonize everyone else in the process.
physical prisons and EULAS are the same thing. I'm sorry, but when you equate educational use of paid software with teaching kids to smoke cigarettes, you've gone 'round the bend.