I thought it was 41414, but I haven't used that in almost a year. I think it's still active. I only bought a smart phone this year and I had been using it before that from time to time.
Or as shorthand for weight measurements
To someone unfamiliar with that idiom, it sounds like someone who isn't fluent in English. Now that I know what it means, I just think it's weird to hear that phrase used for a non-person entity.
One of what? Why does it have a home?
If you buy music from an artist, the album is an integrated work of art.
So that the ereader can be quickly and cheaply based on a modified Webkit engine
Different breading, but similar idea.
Judging that you're not American, "Chicken-fried steak" is a tenderized steak, breaded and fried in the manner that "fried chicken" is done. Common usage/writing leaves out the hyphen (even on restaurant menus), so it's unclear that it's a compound adjective. As a result, people assume that it contains chicken or have no idea what to expect.
What on Earth is one of those when it's at home?!?
But for nearly a decade after the iPod came out, the major record labels refused to sell DRM-free audio files over the Internet for fear of a leak to Napster or its successors
Which was even more ridiculous, since they were already selling easily-ripped, drm-free physical CDs.
Or why nobody understands what "chicken fried steak" is, but might very well understand what chicken-fried steak is.
Flooding their market with junk books devalues the market as a whole.
I copy the contents of all of my DVD and Blu-Ray movies to a RAID. Since storage is (relatively) cheap, I can shrink my physical hoarding to the space those discs take up in a binder in a closet and still watch my movies on-demand.
It's true that I own many movies that I may never watch again, but I'm paying for the opportunity to watch it whenever I want. Netflix doesn't even offer that level of custom content. It's a personalized Netflix.
Nobody is cataloging every shot, and nobody really needs the 15 shots taken in the space of 3 seconds using sports mode / virtual motor wind etc. You need the "best" shot(s) from that group.
Storage is cheap and sometimes you just never get around to paring it. You're right that it's all about the "one" shot for most people.
nearly a decade ago, but not viable until April - when XP was officially deprecated.