Seems possible with Auto-Tune...
Seems possible with Auto-Tune...
I was using Firefox as my primary browser since 0.7, which is about 12.5 - 13 years ago.
Damn, that makes me old.
I would agree with this - it's much easier for a lazy admin like me to manage only a few machines that do a lot, vs a lot of little machines that do only one thing. Power requirements are probably lower, even with a few beefy boxes with high-watt PSUs to run 32 displays vs many small machines, each needing their own independent power - especially AC -> DC converted.
You might use separate Xorg instances each launching a browser to a given URL for that screen, but how cool would it be for a large xinerama desktop across 32 monitors, just to play with? Attach 2+ mice/kybd (one for each NOC workstation) to those machines and seamlessly move your mouse/input between each, in case you need to interact with them. Xorg 1.7+ now supports this!
Not just Ontario, the labeling of containing sulfites is widespread. I agree, labels should only indicate if sulfites are added, but as you mentioned, sulfites are naturally occurring and a small amount are usually added to stop fermentation.
Tip: white wines contain more sulfites than red wines.
Wait, DS9 had action? I missed it.
Did the government force me to do it? No
But a scary health intervention did encourage you to change. And how much did that hospitalization cost the rest of us insurance and tax payers? When you could have been eating more healthy all along -- encouraged by education and incentives by paying more for unhealthy food and less for healthy food.
Why shouldn't the government regulate sugar just like alcohol and nicotine for the benefit of the entire society?
(I'm not saying they should, but it's interesting to think about, and has happened with local governments reducing soda intake such as in schools and cities.)
Exactly. If this device is rootable (it's not because it's Amazon), then it'd be an awesome replacement for some rPi activities.
For example, a $50 tablet would be a great home thermostat controller that can show the weather forecast and interface with whatever HVAC system you have.
Which is a pain in the ass, and slow for GBs of media, but a network copy (rsync) is now the only way.
Agreed. Everyone knows robots are the future of space exploration, not fragile meat bags.
If you can extract resources from the moon to create fuel, perhaps you can do the same on Mars? Then the lunar refinery only needs to produce enough fuel to get to Mars, and the martian refinery can produce the return trip fuel.
Try Twilight on Android - it will dim the screen and tint it red to help alleviate circadian rhythm interruption caused by full spectrum (particularly high end like blue and violet) light.
The best solution is "warm" light (dimmed incandescent or special LED but not CFL or white LED) and dead trees for before bed reading.
Getting nothing done in congress is a win for me. Having opposing legislative and executive branches ensure slowness.
But the merchants eat it. If you use a debit card for a $100 purchase they eat 2-3%. If you use a credit card for the same purchase, they might eat 3-4% and if you use a "rewards" credit card, the merchant must eat 4-6% of the transaction. Maybe their retail markup was only %12 on that $100 item, and now instead of making $12, they only made $6 because you got "rewards".
The big box stores can negotiate lower rates, so use your rewards card there, or at a merchant you don't care about, but if you can, pay with cash (or at most, debit) at the mom & pop stores.
Thanks, this is the most informative comment in the thread.
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