Think about it. Our greatest right is the right to vote. If you can't trust people with a gun how in hell can you trust them to vote? This might explain everything.
One person with bad voting sense is a fraction of a percentage point—hardly of interest. One person with bad shooting sense is a classroom full of dead teenagers—kind of a big deal. Does that make more sense to you now?
or do proper crop rotation with crops that help replenish.
And what exactly is wrong with using fertilizer? Even the iron age farmers knew about spreading fertilizer although they mostly referred to it as manure or just shit. But continue down the luddite path if it makes you feel better about yourselves.
Over-fertilization pollutes the groundwater. This has already been problematic and a reason for agricultural reform in the Netherlands.
My Alienware M11R3 can play Crysis (and warhead) with decent FPS. Mind you not as well as a desktop, but then again my desktop isn't 4.5lbs and can be taken anywhere (battery life is better too, darn UPS for the desktop weighs as much as it does and only lasts 10 min, the laptop at full burn, ie gaming, runs for 2.5hr).
I take this LAN parties all the time, WAY better than packing up a whole desktop. Maybe I'm just getting old, but not having to spend 1hr setup/tare-down is very nice. Sit down, plug in, turn on, play games. And the heated keyboard keeps you hand warm while you play.
That notebook is not an Ultrabook, however. It's too thick.
With video games costing tens of millions to develop nowdays, $600,000 for a multiplatform 3D game seems like a very low figure. Will they really be able to pull this off?
This is about porting the game, not creating it from scratch.
The eye is a very complex organ though, so we would be behind. I'm glad to see progress, but even so, 4 months is a little short-term to say "no bad health effects". Given the cells are embryonic stem cells, I'm more concerned with the 10-20 year range.
As someone also suffering from one of the diseased potentially cured by this, I may not be ready to wait up to twenty years for long-term results, since I may very well be blind by then, thank you very much. With that said, four months is a very short time.
Mind altering drugs?
Worked for me...
Playing computer games is rarely green, no matter what language it was produced in.
...I'm all for it. But by how much will it extend the battery life? And when they say it will "Drastically" change the notebook market I doubt that; netbooks folks won't care about 3D and Desktop Replacement folks don't care if their machine is plugged in. Mabye in a smaller segment of mobile gamers this will make a difference.
I'm one of the "netbooks folks", and the prospect of being able to play video, or even basic accelerated games without running out of juice in less than half the regular time sounds great to me.
While I do think Firefox is bloating, and really think they've made some questionable decisions (such as force-feeding the terrible Awesomebar), I can't think of anything wrong with this move.
I actually like the awesomebar; it made it much easier for me to store and access bookmarks, solely by using the keyboard. I did find it had negative effects on my computers with less than 512MB RAM.
Oh yeah, nobody's removing extensions.