Not long ago I saw a documentary about the evolution of coral. It discussed how there are only a handful of species and the rest are a hybrid mix of those. They explained how these "true" corals were very resilient and could survive when others died off; then when conditions permitted the other hybrids would return. They also discussed how ocean levels aided in the propagation of the corals, and allowed them to spread.
Here is a cool trick, in the Summer take a hand full of M&M's, dive to the bottom of a pool and take a look. If you have more than about 4 feet of water over you you will not be able to tell the red from the blue. Red wavelengths of light are generally filtered out after a meter or so of water. The deeper you go the more color gets lost.
Just another example of college kids not getting paid enough for their skills. A puzzle solver fresh out of college should be making three times that at least.
Are you going to risk falling off a cliff more than once???
Says the guy with a full head of hair
Another problem here in the US, like said before, we lack choice. Where I live my choices are TW cable or ATT, with those options they can both screw me knowing that the other option is no better.
Won't metering internet usage be very damaging to companies like Netflix and youtube that rely on people using the internet to do things like watch movies?
Did you even read the article?
Liquid cooling is a lot of work to install, but it sure does impress the ladies.
But, is it facebook that is using the image or is it the advertising company? I think facebook may have to re-issue their terms and conditions to cover their 6 on this.
All photos are copyrighted whether you apply for it or not. Who ever takes the picture owns it. One over zealous lawyer and this harebrained scheme will be getting killed. Photos and copyright laws
I hope they have a theater where you can watch other theaters, or your own.
With so many companies making identical cards for nearly identical prices, eventually a few of them were bound to drop out due to loss of profit. It is a shame it had to BFG to drop out first. Their cards held up to noob overclocking very well.
Before Microsoft issued this warning, how many people had found the flaw, and now that they have told the world about how many people know? Would it have not made more sense for them to silently patch the issue and not tell every person that has access to the internet? Or are they just covering their "six"?
Yes you can you just have to use your knee to hold the wheel,