These aren't government backed student loans, from the article:
My mother, who co-signed some of the loans, is dead. The banks that made them have all gone under.
FWIW, I have a '14 Cruze with a touch screen. Every interface element on screen can also be done with physical buttons and knobs.
The Turbo Graphix-16 (Called the "PC Engine" in Japan) used small "HuCards" for games. The TurboGrafx-CD (PC Engine CD in Japan) was a CD add-on that allowed games to be played off of CDs. There was the Turbo Duo which was a combination unit.
You're thinking of Type 1 Diabetes where this is for Type 2.
As a Type 1 diabetic:
I can already eat whenever I want.
I bolus my insulin for the amount of carbohydrates I'm eating, so I don't have to keep eating to compensate.
I don't need to wake up in the middle of the night to test my glucose - if I wake up in the middle of the night and feel low, I will test and have a glucose table if necessary.
I do check before I go to the gym, especially if I'm feeling low - again, I take a glucose tables or two if required.
Nope, Speed Holes
And... nobodies thought of i.
On Android, if you look at the advanced Wi-Fi settings you can have it turn off Wi-Fi when the screen is off, which is what I do help conserve battery life.
Vista wasn't really that bad post-SP1.
I haven't seen 64-bit versions of Windows (Vista and 7) having any problem running 32-bit applications. What I have noticed is that a number of older applications utilize 16-bit installers which 64-bit versions of Windows won't run, but many times those will lay down 32-bit executables and libraries that the OS handles fine.
As an aside, I run the 64-bit version of Debian at home and I haven't had any issue running 32-bit applicaitons, assuming ia32-libs is installed (Wouldn't be a bad idea to install this by default (a la SUSE) or at least prompt during the install).
I always liked the default "Platinum" look of Mac OS 8 and 9...hell, I use a platinum theme on XFCE.
Well considering the amount of web sites and services that have "Login with Facebook" these days...
(Yeah yeah, the slashdot/tech knowledgeable crowd either uses per site login option or avoids those sites)
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