It's always 90% photgrapher, 10% equipment. You have to learn to use your equipment, and that holds for a mobile phone as well as a DSLR with good lenses. And you need talent. That's all in the 90%.
You have a point there. We also had loads of rain. Luckily we coped well with it, no floods here, which is quite an achievement for a country which has one half lying below sea level. But snow is something we don't handle well anymore since the 1990s.
The Netherlands had a very warm winter last year so this one must be quite severe compared to the last one. It would be nice to have a thick layer of snow again for a change. Last time that happened is already a few years ago.
Airbags don't do much good if you're not buckled up. They can't keep your whole body from slamming into the steering wheel and dashboard. So even with an airbag you will still break your legs and slam your head into the windscreen when you're not using the safety belt. Airbags are designed to protect only your head and upper torso from hitting the steering wheel when you are buckled up.
Indeed it was so bad that I stopped reading halfway. The person who wrote this clearly didn't get anything of what the scientists are trying to do in this project.
What does XKCD stand for actually? I always wondered.
I've been using a Logitech trackball for more than ten years and it's still not broken. I dread the day it breaks because they don't make that model anymore and I love it.
Do we really need this on
That is actually a pretty cool philosophy. Thanks!
I have my iMac and my data server on Gigabit. Wireless is too slow and too unreliable if you really want to get work done and push big chunks of data around.
Since most people on this planet are not tech-savvy and don't read sites like
That's only in the US. Here in the EU we solved that problem long ago, paving the way for the development of new companies and services. You will be left behind if you keep letting the market decide these things.
I have Macs since 8 years or so. I know they're expensive and not well upgradable but I love them.