It's probably worth noting, XboxOne.com is way older than 2011, it's been around since the original xbox was released http://web.archive.org/web/20021115163519/http://www.xboxone.com/
Many specialized gaming-keyboards have dozens of customizable macro-keys. Not being that avid a PC-gamer I know of only one such product by name having purchased one for my younger brother recently (the Roccat Valo, the nordic version of which I believe has 149 keys total, you're free to check the layout image for an accurate count), but know there are others like it on the market.
The Control key gets upset if they've spent too much time at the... Space Bar.
How do yous spell the thing Roger Daltrey does at the beginning of "Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who? However it's spelled, place that here.
It is a valid point - not the first ues. It does demonstrate skill for a sixteen-year-old to be ables to design and construpt the device. An amalgam of VLF radio and a digital device. Communication underground has always been a problem. Leaky lines are one such solution, either active or passive.
what you didn't see is the gradual fraying of the cable, and under the right conditions this could cause the cable to bind in the sheath. However, the reason this didn't happen in a lot of systems and why the most common failure is a cable break at end of life, is because it was designed to make sure that the most stressed portions of the cable are also the most exposed, so they don't have anything to bind against, when they start fraying. also the pedal return spring is quite beefy. Get down there with your paws sometime and push on it... same with the brake pedal... your feet have a lot more power available, even under relaxed regimes, and a good engineer takes full advantage of that.
Education doesn't show an ability to learn
When will people stop asserting blanket statements as though they were fact - and then backing up their 'facts' with anecdotal evidence??
Simply because you know some people with a degree and no aptitude to learn this does not imply that having a degree is not in some way a useful gauge to someone's aptitude to learn. If I stated that I knew some graduates who were good at learning new things and some non-graduates who were bad learners would you take this as evidence enough to change your view? No, I didn't think so . . .
Add it all up, and *every* study I have read shows that wind is and will be very expensive compared to almost anything else (solar panels can compete for the most expensive, but not solar thermal). Most wind farms around the world make money from subsidies by existing, not by making commercial sense.
Compare to nuclear, the generators can run at capacity 90% of the time, and can load follow (yes they can address peek power), and are also "free" to fuel. Free to fuel here is from the fact that a nuclear power plant sees less than 5% of its amortized cost in fuel. Even big price hikes in U costs don't effect nuclear energy prices much at all. There is over 5000 years worth of U if we reprocess. Far more if we use the oceans U. Then there is Th!
However decommissioning costs are not clear cut yet. We just haven't decommissioned enough reactors. But we could instead reuse the containment builds for new nuclear plants. Since the containment buildings are one of the biggest capitol costs, this could make a big difference, as well as reduce decommissioning costs of current plants.
Now no one seems to want to be next to a nuclear plant. But they are pretty small compared to a 1GW wind farm (which can't give 1GW for the vast majority of of its lifetime). And these days no one wants to be next to wind farms either.
Hopefully it's getting better. I bought a couple of these, 128GB model, and so far I've not been disappointed with read or write speed (in fact it's been snappier than the Seagate I had before). Granted, I'm not running a busy server. As for it not supporting TRIM, oh well, it's half-to-a-third the price of a Corsair, and WinXP which is the OS I put on one of them doesn't even support TRIM.
(Please note: this is not the fault of the developer who created this application, but is a restriction imposed by the music publishers themselves.)"
And from the LyricWiki page itself: "Unfortunately, licensing agreements with the biggest publishers in the music industry require us to no longer offer the ability for programmatic access to LyricWiki's collection of lyrics.
We tried to arrange some way to let API Developers license through us, but this was not possible.
While this is not something we are happy about, it is a necessity in order to finally secure licensing for LyricWiki from the major publishers which will allow the project to survive indefinitely.
For more info, please see the letter to API Developers""
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A really douchy, I mean helpful, move by Bell would be to have every conceivable service running on the machine these DNS queries are redirected to, that would be configured to somehow convey the fact that the queried server doesn't exist, and possibly to display some ads. Like if a person tries to check for their email from IMAP the server would blindly accept any login credentials and return a mailbox with one mail with the subject "Invalid domain" and some adverts as contents. An SMB share would have folders named "Invalid" and "Domain". The possibilities are endless. Think of how convenient and helpful this would be.
If we start to make rules for the many based on the actions of a select few, we're destined for failure.
The fact that a couple of disturbed and mentally unhealthy kids got their adrenaline running by psyching themself with violent video games doesn't mean we should ban these games from all kids. Just like if I use a baseball bat to beat someone to death we shouldn't shut down every single litte-league in the country to stop the children from doing the same.
I think that some age control with games is good. In Finland we use PEGI age recommendations, and some games are also reviewed by the Board of Film Classification. The important classifications are 16+ and 18+. A retailer can refuse to sell a 16+ game to a person younger than 16 without a parents consent. 18+ games are prohibited by law to be sold to minors. If parents choose to buy a game and give it to their child, it's their choice, but a retailer, with no way of knowing the personality or mental maturity of a child, will not be permitted to sell an 18+ game to the child.
This system is by no means perfect, but it stops little impressionable kids from getting their hands on adults-only games, but permits parents to expose their children to such material, if they feel they're mature enough to handle it.
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