And don't call me Shirley!
And don't call me Shirley!
Fish don't travel nose to nose. That would cause issues. Nose to tail seems to work much better for them
Fish don't travel nose to tail, either. They are staggered. Until we allow staggered "lanes" instead of rigid, fixed lanes, then we won't be traveling like fish.
Note also that fish are narrow, i.e. they have a small cross section for their volume. This helps to travel staggered. Maybe staggered-driving cars will need to be narrower, longer, and taller. Will people get used to one-across seating?
or do you think we should go into all negotiations or conflicts blind and ignorant of what we face?
That's a good point. I also like to peek at the other party's hand when I play poker.
All those images that you mention should have a long-term cache set on them.
In my limited experience writing web applications, I've have files that I would long-term cache (1 year, such as
In what sense? As opposed to a cookie, how much less network traffic is sent? What percentage of the average page size does that represent?
Face it, espionage has been a fact of life between governments since at least the time of the ancient Greeks...
And soon, it we don't so something about it:
Year 4026, in the Human's Republic of Earth: "Face it, government surveillance of citizens in their own homes has been a fact of life since at least the time of the ancient American empire..."
unintended consequences are not intended, you would think that was obvious.
What do you suppose the intended consequences were, then? Keep in mind that cookies already exist, and did so when this feature was added.
You might think at this point that companies and advertisers start getting the message. Instead, they just keep finding more and sleazier ways.
Which companies? You do realize that this is a browser feature, right? Mozilla et. al. introduced this into the browser, not some third-party. Go look up the Bugzilla page and commit for this feature for the guy's name and contact info.
The Nook Simple Touch does have those buttons.
If you ask me (which I guess the OP did), the Nook Simple Touch is a great little device, but the Nook Tablets are worthless. Since you can get the Nook App on just about any tablet (including Windows 8 tablets) you might as well get a tablet you actually want and then just install that, if you really want to use Nook ebooks on a tablet. There's no compelling reason to get a Nook Tablet.
Another thing is that the Nook Simple Touch is very easily rooted. After rooting I've got a backlit $120 e-ink tablet running full Android.
I mostly use it to review Anki, but it is adequate for browsing in Opera, reading books, or most anything else that a tablet does. Without the backlight but with wifi the battery lasts at least 10-12 hours of use, and the screen is absolutely the best screen I've ever use, on any mobile or stationary device.
The fact that the SUMMARY leaves out this very important point shows how bad the editors are.
I fail to see where the guy's religion comes into the picture. There is a difference between profiling and between hating Muslims. One is a security measure, the other is bigotry.
Oh, and I'm an Israeli jew. Half my good neighbours are Muslims. Of course, my country has an existential threat, not a power-hungry government, so our citizens are able to make this distinction.
Right, I mentioned that in my second paragraph.
Though I will admit, googling it and seeing the photo of it was actually an emotional experience. I wonder when the next time a creature lays eyes upon it will be, and what type of creature that might be.
Other than a flag on the moon marking one of our pinnacle moments of advancement.
Actually, you don't even have a lag on the moon anymore. You haven't been there to maintain it for 40 years, and it was already completely bleached white from the sun after only 10 years.
You do have a few well-preserved artifacts of 1960s manufacturing techniques on the moon, but nothing else.
Its not a study. It's just someone monitoring their own laptops battery life. Lighten up.
Then why is it being reported on at a news website?
I think you need a new new plan
(selectively) Quoting the article:
...the photos of the exterior of mail pieces are used primarily for the sorting process..
See, that's just _metadata_. No worries.
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