Many times, I find myself on the run between work and gigs. Traffic around Boston can be insane, so inevitably I have to choke down some fast food. Not for price, but for speed.
If you do the obvious thing, it will cost you about $7 for one of those so-valued "value" meals. Surely, we can do better. If you're going to suffer the insult of eating crappy food, why overpay for it? You can get a dinner for about $2. Here's how:
I noticed the other day, after working a few hours on a score, than I had ghost images, dark spots. all over my Samsung 191T. I like a very dark and boring background (blue or purple).
At work, I have a Viewsonic VX2000 (an incredible monitor!) and a NEC MultiSync 1830, both of which are seemingly impervious to this.
I cannot conceive that anybody will require multiplications at the rate of 40,000 or even 4,000 per hour ... -- F. H. Wales (1936)