Luckily, I leave my Nexus 7 plugged in all the time. My one gripe about this device is that it's find to find the hole when plugging in the USB charger. (flour, or not). It does seem to have a propensity to wear.
Not saying that lossy is ever better than non-lossy, but with good "dithering", it can really make a big difference. Probably better for artists to provide their own mp3 (or whatever file type) than leaving it up to a vendor to do it. This Izotope video is pretty informative, despite being kind of an ad. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVNzylf9sGo
Depends on the programmer!
Bah. Continence has nothing to do with being a good programmer.
Probably never occurred to those rocket scientists and geologists at NASA.
Thanks. I did find that, but it's still a whole lot of work to make stuff go away. I'd love to see it work like Google Reader.
To be honest, I'm completely baffled by the google+ feed. It's very difficult to make "seen" things go away. Other than that, it's pretty cool. I've only been using it to attend a couple hangouts. Hangouts are really great, especially if you know ahead of time to comb your hair. It was a bit of a shocker to see my ugly mug on the list of attendees.
Not a good enough vacuum (particles, gasses, solar wind, etc)
Yeah! Tubes are the only way to go on a guitar amp.
But look at all that cheddar
But so's the internet
That's pretty neat, really.
Climate change is b**ch!
I don't know how correct it is, but @PogoWasRight uses it. I asked her why, and she said that tweets with the #n are ignored by Library of Congress import.
It's about time that this video (uploaded in May 2010) finally gets it's due.