It's just Cartman dressed in cardboard boxes.
You'll see coaches drawing up plays on them, players watching replays on them, even when they're not using them you can see them tucked away in a pocket on the bench showing the live broadcast. Not sure why the NFL has to be stuck with still pictures. I'm also not sure why the NFL has to use tablets to show those pictures when they could just print the HD color pictures. And doesn't $400M seem like a bit much? Ramble ramble ramble ramble....
If you go into the settings of the keyboard (a few levels down from "language and input" on Android) there is an option to contribute usage data. I bet if you turn that off it'll stop.
What about the effects of cell phone companies moving away from unlimited data? I never got into it just because of that.
The only effect it has had on me so far is that I a lot angrier reading my facebook news feed. Misinformation and blaming from both sides. I guess it's a break from freaking baby pictures.
According to http://www.google.com/appsstatus it seems to have been fixed
They could've just played Pandemic 2 and learned about all of that. Maybe we should all just move to Madagascar.
I read a few more words and it says "Internet draft" next to it. In any case someone has already come up with the general idea even if it isn't officially accepted.
According to the Wikipedia article on HTTP status codes 451 already exists for exactly this reason. This doesn't seem new.
does this take into account people buying parts of PCs and assembling them themselves? i feel like it's gotten easier to just upgrade one or two parts rather than the whole computer now too.
I recently switched to an LED monitor. It can only refresh at 60 Hz (or 59Hz but who does that?). I haven't noticed any flickering or had any headaches. I have noticed less power consumption and less heat coming from my display so I think you're just gonna have to deal with it. The benefits of LED displays will outweigh stuff like this forever. You won't be changing the industry.
And the facebook app still crashes all the time because facebook doesn't care about android people.
Is it positioned to be able to take any pictures form space? They can probably turn the flash off. I don't think the earth is close enough for it to matter.
What did they hide in the valley. Has anyone found anything weird/interesting?
A new study finds that on average the US receives no sun a staggering 50% of every day! I guess we're just not lucky like other countries.