WHY did Intel need AMD? Really!!!! WHY???
WHY did Intel need AMD? Really!!!! WHY???
performance was shown to be abdominal.
Well, at least performance wasn't thoracic.
Did this sentence..
Eighty-four percent of Americans with online access through three sources -- home broadband, smartphone and tablet computer -- say they like having so much information available.
..strike anyone else as a weirdly alien concept of what the word "source" means? It's so incomprehensible, that I can't even say for sure that it's wrong!
How often do you have to run more than one wash load in a day?
Most people let laundry build up until they need to run a full load of a given type. They do this because wasting electrons is apparently only slightly less of a sin than wasting water, since we don't really do any useful large scale desalination.
Practically speaking, this is easy to do with 3-4 people in a house, particularly if one or more of them is a child.
In any case, this build up over time is how we get the event called "laundry day", as opposed to doing laundry daily.
Most of the time, one wash per night would serve. The occasional times you need to run more than one wash in a day, just run one during daytime.
I think you are perhaps single and male, with not a lot of clothing so that you can build up a laundry backlog without wasting water instead of electricity, and so instead, you waste both by doing daily laundry, and you put everything in together, without separating it by type, fragility, and temperature/cleaner requirements.
That's cool and all, but realize you aren't very representative of the majority of people who need to do laundry.
35 miles from Moscone Center on Howard Street in San Francisco to the GooglePlex on Amphitheater Parkway in Mountain view.
As previously noted: I have an idiot friend who bikes this both directions, daily.
Silicon Valley and San Francisco are a bike ride away (as shown in The Internship).
They *are*. I have an idiot friend who makes the commute from SF to Facebook via bicycle daily. Only if it's raining does he load his bike on the rack on the bus, in the hopes that it will stop raining later, and he will be able to use the bike to go the other direction, the next time he needs to move from one to the other.
Of course... he's Australian, and they are all crazy.
Probably the only reason no one's selling these already is because there aren't enough lazy people willing to spend the extra dosh to be marginally lazier than before, and the people who would want one haven't built one themselves because, again, they're lazy.
We aren't talking about "being lazy"; we are talking about having to get up a 3AM in the morning to change out loads in order to optimize energy usage.
At some point, we should just say "screw it", and build another nuclear plant. And then any time it drops below peak utilization, you divert the electricity into active desalination; other wise, you use the waste heat for passive desalination, all the time.
Power problem solve, carbon problem solved, drought problem solved.
I've also wondered if the whole smart device thing could end up being a net bonus -- for example, during the cheap hours, freezers/electric water heaters/dishwashers/etc. could do their thing.
Call me when your washing machine moves the load of colors to be washed in warm water to the dryer by itself, and reloads itself with whites and bleach and switches to hot water afterwards.
Until then, while it's not human intensive while running, washing clothes is pretty human intensive before and after a cycle runs, and in the middle, when the washer->dryer transfer needs to happen.
The "FoldiMate" and "Laundroid" just don't cut it yet (and take power themselves).
Yes. But we need to be aware that man is not the only source of antibiotics. They naturally occur. We get a good lot of them from plants and bacteria, starting of course with penicilin which we got from mold, and which was already present on salted food and damp environments. What we did was to make antibiotics present in organisms other than their natural sources.
The Andromeda Strain was published in 1969.
The United States has some disease reporting, it started at least 75 years ago before the antibiotic bubble. This CDC Report summarizes the present state of disease reporting, in two pages. We need higher standards of reporting and legal penalties for failure to report.
Planet 1991, apparently.
The exemption expired at the end of 1991. Apparently congress didn't renew it.
You can view historical IRS forms here:
Looks like students can no longer check "exempt" on their W4.
Multics is security spelled sideways.