I don't have 128 GB in music, it's a lot of money. But I like to run and my shuffle is convenient for the 40 minute training; no movable parts and lightweight. .
"The news is likely to hurt ties between the US and Mexico."
Hardly. When you have huge difference of powers the weaker nation, Mexico in this case, can only act as offended but forget the issue very soon and go on.
"The Atacama is pretty inhospitable"
No it isn't. Atacama desert has considerable amount of wild life, mine workers and tourists. I've been there as a back packer, and you can live there for a few weeks without problems in a shoestring budget.
That makes sense. Usually a travel expense paid by your company. Who cares if they charge you $18 for a day with internet access?
I remember the Westin Palace in Madrid charges $1 USD per night for charity.
I remember drinking tapwater in my trip to Berlin a few years ago. The taste of the water was... actually, the water amazingly had no taste.
Yeah, because OS X has over to decades of life.
Just remember the bank bailout. I can imagine a scenario where a space station is financed by the tax payers' money and then privatized for peanuts.
Film yourself a whole day. One thing is what you think you do, and the reality of what you do.
I know people who certainly check their smartphones every few minutes, checks-in 4 square when they go even to the loo, etc.
I was always amazed on how well organized are in the US. Taxi drivers here in Mexico City are free to choose watever car model they want to for a taxi, as long as they follow the graphic scheme and colors. Then in the 80's we ended with 90% of the taxis being two-door VW beetles. Aside from being cheap and not very cosy, they were a mortal trap, because there was/is a chance you hop on a VW and you get an express kidnapping, But VW Beetle were cheap, right?
Maybe major Bloomberg needs to be more transparent on why that specific model of car won the bidding.
I owned several Iomega products, and they had the worst product life cycle. Some of its driver's products never survived one OS upgrade.
The problem isn't their products were cheap, they simply didn't care about the consumer. At one point customers had to stop buying their stuff.
You know Europe? I bought mine there.
Because the terror theatre is based on conductivism. You behave bad, they treat you bad.
I travel a couple of times every year to the U.S. Every year I can see changes in their behaviour, even they seem erratic or random. The last couple of years I''ve felt like the TSA agents are more loose and even smile and talk a like with passengers, but passengers are similarily tamed since 2001. Of course this is my perception, not a scientific research.
I guess your comment is the variant of "haven't read the article, just the summary".
The script is very well done in terms of human relationships and interactions. It's not a movie about fart jokes, the characters are fairly complex (for an animated movie). It is worth to watch it before forming any opinion.
Blender interface is pretty configurable. There's a chance to change the shortcuts to something more standard, like a BlendMax or BlendMaya UI setup. It just requires someone to put some work on this (I know, it takes somone else time).
Daniel Martinez started something with his maxmaya interface:
Lots of nice new little features!