I remember my friend telling me about the AT-4 and its included instructions. Check out the label on the front of the launcher. Not quite "this end to enemy," but it's close.
I've heard that LA's supposed to have really good tap water, but honestly, if the best tap water is here, I really wonder how bad it is elsewhere. Without the filter, there's a definite chemical-y chlorine taste.
Not so sure about your "no chemicals" claim, but that's probably because I live in the City of Los Angeles, and tap water is nigh undrinkable. I did an abrupt switch from soda/coffee to water, but I had to get a water filter in order to tolerate the taste.
Just for your information, Proud Domains is using Wild West Domains, a sister company of GoDaddy, to register and manage your domains. Granted, the support you're getting is likely from people employed by or running Proud, but the actual product is still a GoDaddy-managed item. IAAWWDR (Wild West Domains Reseller)
No, I haven't worked with any files in CS3 over 1GB in size. However, I do regularly work with TIFF files in the 300-600MB range in Photoshop 6.0, but I'm also not a print designer, by trade.
The biggest speed issue, I think, has mostly to do with disk I/O in the VM. There is a hit to that, and the more you have to do on the scratch disk or swap, the slower it will be.
For web design and general photography, I find working in a VM is adequate.
I've run both Photoshop 6.0, Photoshop CS 3, and Lightroom in a VM running Windows XP. They work very well, given that the VM has enough memory allocated to do its job, and that the memory must not be swapped to disk by the VM host.
(I'm a VMware Workstation user--versions 6 and 7.)
While I think the idea for the aircraft is spiffy, I'm not sure I like the undertones of "people will commute to work with this 'personal flight vehicle'." There are a lot of bad drivers out there, and I wouldn't want to encounter them while they're flying their PFV and talking on their cellphone.
Will Apple ditch Google Maps in favor of Microsoft's offering as well, or is really just an addition to the list of search providers in Safari?
Yep... Pretty big brain fart there, now permanently stuck in the interwebs for all perpetuity.
Indeed, Money = Work / Knowledge
Offtopic, but your sig is wrong. Money would be equal to Work multiplied by Knowledge.
Knowledge = Power
Time = Money
Power = Work / Time
Power = Work / Money
Knowledge = Work / Money
Solve for Money:
Knowledge = Work / Money
# Multiply both sides by Work
Work * Knowledge = Work / Money * Work
# Work / Money * Work = Money, so:
Work * Knowledge = Money
Money = Work * Knowledge
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