The Hero and EVO both run 2.1.
The Hero and EVO both run 2.1.
Viruses don't consume oxygen.
In biology, evolution is change in the genetic material of a population of organisms from one generation to the next. Though changes produced in any one generation are normally small, differences accumulate with each generation and can, over time, cause substantial changes in the population, a process that can culminate in the emergence of new species.
Genetic variation comes from random mutations that occur in the genomes of organisms. Mutations are changes in the DNA sequence of a cell's genome and are caused by radiation, viruses, transposons and mutagenic chemicals, as well as errors that occur during meiosis or DNA replication.
You may want to clarify your position.
You enter the amount of the check when you upload the image. It may also perform OCR, but it doesn't rely upon it.
"I dunno about this chip-based storage from the biggest chip manufacturer in the world. I'm gonna wait until a company that has never made Flash makes Flash-based storage instead."
Yeah, that makes total sense.
If Zipcar has coverage in a city, then the cars are scattered around the city, so you don't have to go to very far to get one. For example, there is a car within walking distance of my apartment, and one near my workplace. You choose and schedule the car online, then walk to it and unlock it with your RFID card. The system is completely automated. You don't pay extra for fuel, mileage or insurance, and you can rent a car for any increment of time rather than entire days. Those are the advantages of Zipcar over a traditional rental company.
On the other hand, the prices that they list are slightly misleading because they don't include taxes. If you're getting a car for more than one day, it's probably cheaper to use a traditional rental company. Going to Costco makes far more sense with a Zipcar, though, so it satisfies my needs.
I live in Seattle without a car, and Zipcar fills the needs you cite. I'm not sure how their coverage is in your area, but it's worth a look.
How is that "utterly and totally wrong"? The eye is extremely weakly sensitive to polarized light, producing an extremely faint effect that requires practice and concentration to see. Try not to overreact.
You can get both tube and compact fluorescent bulbs in various color temperatures; it's dependent upon the phosphor coatings rather than the shape of the bulb.
Nothing quite so exciting, it just tries to figure out your location from your IP address:
This didn't happen. The person cleaning the fridge wasn't affected.
Why don't *browsers* give us upload progress bars? The browser is doing the uploading, so it only makes sense for it to show a progress bar.
There are lots of products listed on Amazon that are sold through other companies, and you can write reviews for these other companies after you buy something from them. That's probably what he was talking about.
I don't own any movies, but that doesn't mean I hold them in low regard. I don't own them because I don't want a stack of DVDs sitting on a shelf. Seems like a waste of money. Do you routinely watch the same movies over and over?
As in certain cults it is possible to kill a process if you know its true name. -- Ken Thompson and Dennis M. Ritchie