When David Letterman said it was raining canned hams, he was being prescient!
Album covers by hair metal bands.
With the appropriate slogan: When you run our hardware, you RUN DMC.
Part of the problem is that airlines are cramming more seats into each plane. However the real limiting capacity for carrying people/cargo is not # of seats, its weight. Too heavy, then the plane needs extra runway to reach a higher speed just to get off the ground. Even if it does get off the ground, it may not stay that way for long if weight limits are exceeded.
Then there's the fact that we have more obese travelers. So yeah, not surprised its becoming more of a problem. And technically, weight and balance calculations are required before each flight.
you would still need a decent text editor.
10.10 is just a more precise version of 10.1.
I can confirm this. The VLC media player for iOS will play my itunes music, mp3's, and movies from my upnp media server, on both iphones and ipads.
I've got a 16gb iphone and ipad. Only using half the avail space with lots of apps. Of course, i don't download my movies or much music to it. Better to stream it.
Not sure what happened in ATL, but in central Texas when precip is falling while below freezing, we usually get sleet/ice, not snow. Driving on ice is a different story altogether.
screw the starship...just give me the holodeck. without the glitches preferably.
Listen to anything by AC/DC. Angus Young plugs his SG directly into a Marshall amp, no effects.
Neil noticed early on that when he gave long winded answers to interview questions, it would be highly edited to fit whatever show it was for. So he started practicing giving short and succinct answers to specific topics. Once he started doing that, his complete answer would make it to the final product, with minimal editing needed.
they don't shit plastic materials like we dump into the sea.
>As a pilot, takeoff is not at all a sensitive time of flight
Actually, takeoff is a critical part of the flight. If something goes wrong, you're low, slow, and the runway is *behind* you. However if you're already in the pattern (and at pattern alt) you could have an engine failure anywhere on the downwind leg and still make it back around to the runway.
The real question is whether or not 300 or so devices turned on affect the planes navigation systems. I seem to remember a study done a while back indicating the potential for problems (if any) was due more to the screens used by smart phones/ebook readers/etc, than wireless or anything else.
God made machine language; all the rest is the work of man.