Who needs to remember with sites like this?... http://www.convertunits.com/fr...
You can auto-tune in Linux... http://www.onaips.com/wordpres...
Rambo Tribble (1273454) writes "The ongoing efforts to assign responsibility for the disastrous attempts to create the Cover Oregon health exchange, the primary contractor for which was Oracle Corporation, have entered a new round, with Governor John Kitzhaber calling on State Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum to initiate legal action against the firm. Kitzhaber has also sought the help of Washington D.C. in sanctioning Oracle, though Oregon's own management of the project and the terms of their contract with Oracle muddy the waters, considerably. Although the AG's office hasn't committed to filing suit, yet, AG Rosenblum has said, 'I share your determination to recover every dollar to which Oregon is entitled.' Although the outcome of this is uncertain, it is likely heads, both corporate and political, will roll."
I think I read a book about that once... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D...
So what you're saying is you would like an opportunity to bid on the contract the next time the project comes up?
Just for failing to see my humor I shall counter your meaningless reference with another meaningless reference. From the great and un-erring Wikipedia!
A cyborg, short for "cybernetic organism", is a being with both organic and mechanical parts.
You keep using that word (cyborg). I do not think it means what you think it means...
I am very disappointed there were no pictures or video of said "catnado".
I feel the same way as far as not liking to do any "real" work on a tablet such as word processing, long e-mails, etc. However, I've been noticing more of my co-workers and other folks lately on their PCs and realizing that they are as slow on a regular keyboard as they are on a tablet when it comes to typing. So, this may actually be a non-issue for a larger portion of the population than I originally thought. Kids are coming out of school with good mouse skills but still having lousy typing skills (at least around here that I have noticed)
My thoughts exactly!
Oh the irony. When I went to vote it had been voted on 1984 times! http://michaelwigle.info/Images/1984Times.png
It's still done that way in my neighborhood. But the schools found a solution. They stopped using textbooks. You think I kid. Sadly, it's true. The administration just tells the teachers to find worksheets online and print them off. The kids just ignore the "Do not make copies" at the bottom of the pages of their handouts.
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Here's a direct link to the video on Youtube.
While I agree that would be a nice feature, I find handling the encryption myself painless enough. There are many tools to do it but I find Axcrypt integrates quite nicely for Win/Linux systems but not Android yet.