No doubt it was a Windows machine, and the poor bastard who hooked it up to the internet probably used Internet Exploder 7.
That's exactly what I was thinking when I saw this. They should count 10 seconds from the moment the person leaves the seat, and slowly break until the car stops safely. But is that the right thing to do? I'm not 100% sure.
Go eat a soggy fry you English snotty
The only way I would ever consider wearing something on my wrist:
1. Long battery life (Charging it once a month would be a reasonable compromise, but ideally once every 6 months or 12 months).
2. It tracked my health in a meaningful way, and produced helpful insights that actually help me keep healthy.
3. NO PHONE FEATURES and NO GPS! I prefer to leave that for my phone.
Things I want me watch to tell me:
- You are lacking fluids, drink water
- You are too stressed, relax
- You are hunched, stand straight
- You have been sitting for too long, get up and walk for 5 minutes
- Blood Oxygen levels too low, do some exercise
- You are not sleeping well, consider changing your sleeping environment (or a number of recommendations about sleep)
Those are just a few, I'm sure I can think of a few more if I really put my mind to it.
I think the NADA is wasting their time, if they are indeed "scared" of Tesla, or even really actively fighting Tesla. The number of people currently buying a Tesla is so insignificant compared to regular car sales, that the NADA has nothing to worry about for at least another 5 years (which is when all-electric vehicles hopefully become cheap enough to actually compete, price wise, with gas fueled vehicles).
Somewhere, in a galaxy far, far away, a death star was just blown up to smithereens by the rebel forces
While your suggestions speak to my inner geek, I think if Amazon does add those features they will kill the kindle.
That product sold 40 million because it does NOT have those features. It is already far more convenient than using a paperback, looks bright enough to read even in low light conditions, and can hold tons of books. For those 40 million people who bought a Kindle, that's more than enough. Add more features and you'll make the product cumbersome, suddenly it needs more processing power, suddenly battery life sucks...
No, I say the Kindle should remain as it is, and this simplicity is its strength.
I believe we may have found a loophole where muslims are left behind on earth, and sane people can safely travel to another planet without fearing being followed by retarded religious zealots!
They would be very hard to spot, and only need to travel one way, recharge, then travel the other way again but this time with cash.
Isn't sharepoint a microsoft product? why touch that crap? he would have to install a *gulp* windows "server" for it.
I have not watched the games since I was ~15. That's 25 years of no-olympics for me. To me this means one thing: They are totally failing.
At this point I am so detached from the whole thing that I no longer care about it.
Link to Original Source
Actually this was purchased years ago and is the initials of 3 partners. The resemblance to the US NSA was purely coincidental.
The names are Nadav, Shlomi and Aric. NSA.
You have clearly not been to Moscow...
I live in New York. The clubs in Moscow put the New York clubbing scene to shame.
And the Armitage museum in St. Petersburg rivals the Louvre in France.
And the ratio of beautiful/ugly women in Moscow is incomparable to ANY other country.
You need to actually be there to witness it, or you will never believe it.
After having lived in Russia for some 6 month cumulatively, I have this to say: Edward Snowden is going to love it.
A few reasons:
- Incredibly beautiful women
- Incredibly cool clubs and bars
- Awesome Moscow Ballet / Classical Music / Cultural Events / Arts / Museums
- McDonalds has a whole wheat bun, need I say more?