Looks like you're right! The W-540 page says "Notify me" when it's shipping, but the T-540p is available.
I'm not seeing those resolutions. I only see 1600x900 and 1920x1080. Is it in the W-530 line?
How about these guys?
Fabrice Bellard could make an x86 emulator out of a paperclip, some spare change and a couple of matchsticks.
Just because you can do something doesn't mean it should be used as a production product.
I wanted a web-based reader, and did some searching last night.
I decided I wanted to go with a self-hosted option, and found SelfOSS. It's light-weight, PHP5 and the code is very clean. It can use MySQL or SQLite.
It's a single-person reader, with one username/password supported.
You can see a live demo here: http://stuporglue.org/selfoss/
The only downside so far is that with SQLite, the database locks when updates are running. This is fairly quick, but might be an issue for some people.
The official Bible translation for Latter-Day Saints is the KJV.
Small Joseph Smith Translations (JST) are put in the footnotes for reference, and larger translations are kept separately.
LDS Scriptures online (Genesis 1:31): http://www.lds.org/scriptures/ot/gen/1?lang=eng#31
None of the footnotes there are JST footnotes.
Joseph Smith Translation: http://www.lds.org/scriptures/jst?lang=eng
No JST for Genesis 1.
I have a home media server with all my data on it.
About monthly I back it up to a hard drive which lives in a firesafe in the house. After the backup I swap the hard drive with an identical drive which I keep in the trunk of my car. The car drive goes gets the full back up and goes into the fire safe.
The car is about as offsite as I can afford.
* One online backup on my home server
* One offline backup in a fire safe
* One offline backup in my car
FWIW I have just under 1TB of data, and use rsync to synchronize changes to the disks.
I am still waiting for a tiny Zoolander phone.
Since it'd be a dumb phone, it could be mostly battery and could last a week between charges.
I bought a fast cheap piece of plastic (HP Pavillion!) and it lasted just over a year. It drove me right back to a thinkpad. I paid more, but I have expectations that this thinkpad will last me at least 3 years.
Lead-free shot is required at least in Wetlands Managed Areas in Minnesota.
My real name is Michael Moore and I'm not the film maker.
I don't know how many pages you'd have to go through to get to a page that's actually about me.
I just bought a new ThinkPad which had several SSD options. I chose the slower 1 terabyte disk instead. I'd rather have everything I need with me, even if it is a little slower.
As for backups, I have a daily cron job which rsyncs between my laptop and my home server.
When I have massive changes I make sure I'm hooked up to the wired home network, otherwise it just goes on over wifi.
"Unless you outright ban guns....or possibly legislate it so that only single shot weapons are legal, you're not going to change or do anything."
Single shot weapons aren't very useful for hunting. I have a single-shot breach action 12ga. shotgun. I missed several ducks and geese this year because I only had one shot -- by the time you reload they're gone.
I think it'd be a real hassle at gun ranges too.
My first programming course in High School taught me TI Basic. If I remember correctly, the course was titled "American History" or something like that, taught by the football coach.