I see no substantial difference in setup for email between iOS and Android devices.
The most practical thing you can do to help birds is put a bell on your cat's collar.
I doubt that applies to large eagles. Though it might help them find the meal for today, in case you wanted to get rid of your cat anyways.
Hi, Tim Cook, is that you?
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Brew up some well known explosives, touch them off and tell me that stuff that's well understood can't be fun if done yourself.
Dangerous? Hell yeah. So? As long as you can make sure that you're alone should you blow up, more power to you and have fun!
Africa looks more and more appealing...
No, seriously. If people have real problems, they don't concern themselves with non-problems.
From the European's perspective it's more a right leaning industry protecting government, but since either side would fuck us over, who cares which branch of The Party is in charge currently?
One side doesn't want you to know because with the knowledge you could possibly create something that endangers lives, the other side doesn't want you to know because with the knowledge you could possibly create something that endangers profits.
The high school one from the 1950s, no doubt about that. It also has the much more interesting experiments. Problem is just that you can't get 9 out of 10 chemicals you need anymore due to "safety concerns" and trying to get the tenth puts you on a no-fly list and grants you a personal visit from guys that come at 6am.
This is an old post. But I just looked, Dell XPS 15 ships with 3200x1800, the 11" has 2560x1440.
Take them to 1981 and give then an Apple II or a Commodore PET? And a 100 different copies of "Compute" magazine so they can type in their own programs and get immediate gratification from a small amount of code?
It had nothing to do with the war on drugs. The shifts came from consumer protection laws. A pre WWI set is a very dangerous toy by today's standards.
The US could turn virtually every major urban area of Iran into radioactive craters, could wipe out most of its navy and air force in 48 hours and likely most of its anti aircraft capacity in pretty short order as well.
When I think of major threats I think of Japan in WWII or the USSR during the Cold War.
More innovation - yes. But please not the hacker spirit of Silicon Valley.
You see, if your website is full of holes, that's bad for your company. But if your nuclear reactor is full of holes, that's bad for everyone.
If Iran is the kind of arch nemesis the Free World gets nowadays, why is everyone so worried?
Finding bugs is ALWAYS fun!
What's even more fun is that Tesla Roadster you were able to buy by selling the bugs you find to intelligence agencies, rather than reporting them to the vendor and being sued under the DMCA for reverse engineering their product.
Food is often social and portions are uncontrolled. This is especially true if you eat out a lot to get that social interaction.
There is a rather famous Cornell study that showed people will basically eat what's in front of them until it's gone:
A good trick if you eat out is to immediately ask for a "to go" container, and then put half your restaurant portion into the container, close it, and set it aside. Then enjoy the remainder and the social interaction that usually goes with eating out.