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ulski (1173329) writes "The researchers suggests that their new method of growing semiconductor nanowires on graphene might change the semiconductor industry. They mention that an equivalent silicone based semiconductor is 100 times thicker. There's also an article in Norwegian here http://www.dagensit.no/article2466921.ece"
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this is what he meant - except there was no CLANG to it http://techcrunch.com/2010/11/29/google-beatbox/
Here is an example of an icon set with out the floppy http://www.dezinerfolio.com/freebie/30-free-vector-icons I'm guessing the anchor is the save icon I could be wrong of course,and that the intended meaning is a hyperlink like the html anchor tag
as I said, the problem is that it is hard to come up with good pictograms that last over time. The floppy symbol made perfect sense when we used floppies. In order to create a ever lasting pictogram for "save", you could for instance create a symbol of an old heavy bank safe door? Or you could go for the red circle that means record on my old vcr (recording is also a way of saving data).
there was a similar discussion regarding roadsigns there in Norway (or perhaps it was Denmark ). The discussion was about whether to upgrade the the old "beware of train" road sign (a pictogram with a steam locomotive). The logic was the same as with the floppy icon - why have a pictogram mimicking an object that is no longer in use? Creating good long lasting pictograms is not an easy task. Recently they tried to create a pictogram meaning "this is a toll road where you automatically get a bill in the mail, do NOT stop" (a camera takes a photo of your licenses plate, you do not need to slow down and cause traffic jams). The pictogram they came up with, was so weird that is looks like some sort of scary warning and the result is opposite - people stop and wonder what is this all about.
you are not 100% correct there. 64-bit tools are not available on Visual C++ Express by default. To enable 64-bit tools on Visual C++ Express, install the Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) in addition to Visual C++ Express.
an increasing number airports/hotels etc. offers "free" wifi as part of the ticket or hotel room. This means that when you are traveling, you could call home for free using Skype or other voip software using your wifi enabled smart phone/laptop/tablet.
This audio system and external speakers uses extra electricity. I hope they have though about designing it to automatically switch itself of at higher speeds (tire and wind noise would be sufficient as a warning sound at higher speeds anyway) You would only want to switch on the sound system when the car is driving slowly (in a parking lot )
Glad I could help. When you click the reverse button to calculate the route for the trip back, you should notice how the route may change a lot. I guess this is due to the fact that queues build up in one direction only, due to rush hour or road work
if you want to you could try out TomToms online map. The map itself looks a bit odd ( I think it might be the colors or the fonts used) but the one feature that I like, is the traffic reports. I did a test search for you. The link is here: http://routes.tomtom.com/route/2233%2520Loma%2520Alta%2520Dr%252C%2520Fullerton%252C%2520CA%252C%2520US%254033.889072%252C-117.96456%2540-1/Mount%2520Baldy%2520Rd%252C%2520Valyermo%252C%2520CA%252C%2520US%254034.18236%252C-117.67789%2540-1/?leave=now&traffic=true¢er=34.032343635396%2C-117.8938025&zoom=8&map=basic I'm not sure if I found the streets you mentioned.
If you're working at home or from a coffee shop or, really, anyplace outside your company's offices, they need to hear you when you talk, and you need to hear them. The same goes for dealing with clients via VOIP or video, the two communications techologies that seem to be driving POTS into obsolescence faster than we thought possible just a few years ago. In this video, Plantronics PR person Karen Auby -- who works remotely most of the time herself -- explains how Plantronics products help make work easier in a world of "unified communications."
no - you can't trust that they do it right. A couple of years ago the Norwegian tax office somehow managed to count part of my income twice. I couldn't figure out how they got these income number - the numbers did not match any numbers I had. I got help from an accountant - he even helped me write a letter to the tax office. In the end his help saved me a lot of money.