I like to watch movies on my home theater setup with the lights out. However...
* The TV has a bright blue (which can be somewhat dimmed to not quite as bright blue),
* Yamaha AMP (tons of lights here),
* mac mini has a LED on the front...
* PDU (not a powerstrip)
Only solution I've found so far is black electrical tape or coloring in all the LEDs with a sharpie..
Why does everything need to have these ultra bright lights? We're not trying to light up a baseball stadium here.
I used to use Optical to connect back when I used S-Video... but it's easier with HDMI.
Disclosure: My father-in-law maintains the pools at a local University.
This isn't like maintaining your above-ground backyard pool whereby you dump chemicals in by the bucket. These modern pools are computer controlled and have constant monitoring by the systems. As the system detects a change in PH or other imbalance, it automatically adjusts what chemicals are needed to be added. For 99% of maintenance it's about topping off the chemicals in the containers that the system draws from. These pools aren't that heavily used compared to those of a waterpark or other community pool which have hundreds (or thousands) of people in them on a given day.
Another example of how Rio screwed up.
Why is it limited to ages 18-30?
The views from the back of a motorcycle are much better for seeing the riders up close than any overhead shot. Flying a drone at "rider level" would be just plain dumb. #EasyTargetForCrazyFans.
The helicopter shots are great for seeing the scale of the peloton, the breakaways, finish line sprints and the scenery, but for seeing a rider up close and the pain in their face, or looking back at other riders. Nothing beats the back of a motorcycle.
A 2D movie is $12, 3D is $15.75 and $21 for IMAX-3D. And that's with a standard screens. Once you replace the screen with a complex arrangement of lenses and mirrors to create a set number of parallax barriers...
Get ready for the $40 ticket.
Last November back in Korea, Starcraft competitor Nada married his long time gf in the middle of a tournament.
Ironically, if you're only driving a semi-autonomous car, "you could end up in court fighting to prove the car did wrong, not you,"
Good luck proving it was the car when the manufacturer turns over 100m datapoints showing exactly what happened in every system for every 1ms for the past month.
"I swear I didn't touch the wheel" will go the way of "my dog ate my homework"
Where's the --require_please --require_thanks options?
Silicon Valley was so right. My Sig other has learned more about the Silicon Valley watching this show (and Office Space) than any other method...