When is Plumber Day? Car Mechanic Day? Kindergarten Teacher Day maybe?
Today is also Grandparent's day, which makes today doubly special for me. Started on punched cards. Get off my lawn.
MS: Hey Sybase, let's form a partnership!
Sybase: You want little old us to partner with the most powerful software company in the world? Hell yes!
MS: Just let us make our own version of your database for ahem, fun, you know, and we'll call it MS SQL Server. Just to get it spread wide, and get it known, you understand.
Sybase: Uh, well, I guess, Okay.
...time passes, MS knows all the secrets to the Sybase database...
MS: Hey, nice knowing you, we got all your stuff now, bye, and don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out!
"Lexmark" was beginning to get obscure. (though it means "word write")
That, and the fact that they are headquartered in Lexington, KY.
Actually, a stethoscope is used with a normal sphygmomanometer to check blood pressure.
You are technically correct, which as we all know is the best kind of correct.
Just so you know.. those devices are unreliable unless calculated weekly.
Two doctor visits ago, I showed a 175/110. I panicked... they panicked. They got a stethoscope and I was 122/78.
Last doctor visit, they were no longer using the electronic devices and had gone back to stethoscopes.
Wow, where do I begin. First of all, you mean "calibrated," not calculated. Also, stethoscopes are not used to check blood pressure, sphygmomanometers are.
Has GM looked into developing a partnership with any of the major gas station chains (Exxon/Mobil/BP) to provide recharging services? If a quick charger was as ubiquitous as a gas pump I think it would go along way to defeating range anxiety when traveling long distances.
Yes, putting very high voltage/current sources which a consumer has to connect and disconnect to a car in close proximity to volatile gasoline is such a grand idea.
He's like a function -- he returns a value, in the form of his opinion. It's up to you to cast it into a void or not. -- Phil Lapsley