Google Earth in all classrooms!
Google Earth in all classrooms!
all we can do is to try and restrict export to these countrie
We import these sensors - most are made in Asia.
The Skyhawk may not be to OP's liking as it's a bit Flava Flav-esque, but don't let that dissuade you from Citizen Eco-Drive. I've been rocking a titanium Citizen for fifteen years now as well. https://c2.staticflickr.com/4/... is an image of one of its brothers. They're built like a tank, never need a battery replacement (though eventually the rechargeable will need changing, but that is possible), and this one has the benefit of having a countdown timer in the digital portion of it.
If you want to go all-out nerd cred, there are upgraded versions that will receive WWVB (and its global peers) timekeeping broadcasts, or even full on GPS time from the satellites. They do have a bluetooth-enabled line called Proximity, but I'm suspect of any consumer technology-tied device with a long projected lifespan, as the lifecycles are totally different.
"Silicon Valley Veteran On Apple: Company Has Become Sloppy, Missed Updates, Delayed Refreshes By Long"
By contrast, if the company you work for has always been sloppy and slipshod, people simply lower their expectations and it's no big deal.
This line of thinking is more of this Atlas Shrugged nonsense. As long as there is a reasonable profit, business will continue. After all, the government taxes other assets (such as the land/building) and companies have not decided to shutter their business or relocate en masse.
In a very remote (expensive) location.
The term "Common Carrier" originated back in the day when the government was seeking to regulate the railroads.
I've been using Qt for this purpose for years.
Reminds me of a Dilbert...
Dilbert: What makes your product better?
Salesguy: Well, our keyboard is so simple it only has one button, and we press it for you at the factory.
Dilbert: What happens when I press the button?
Salesguy: Woa, Woa, Woa, - I'm getting in over my head here.
Quick and fast are easier to discriminate than "fast" and "fat".
Consider the following iterative algorithm...
"That is a fast car" - is translated to
That is a fat car *Context filter - strict vs slang - replace fat with phat*
*Context filter - apply ghetto style - replace "That" with "Dat"*
*Context filter - apply ghetto style - replace "is" with "be"*
*Context filter - apply ghetto style - replace "a" with "one"*
That be one phat car.
We'll probably see medical jargon appearing in our software now.
"Windows has detected a malignant usb program. The prognosis is that you have a 85% chance that your personal data will be on a Russian server in 10 minutes. Immediate curative treatment in the form of Knowledge Base #A345-BB321 is required. Press Yes to accept the DNR and proceed with the treatment."
Note that there will be no "Cancel" option.
[No, don't get me started on Trump. Please, everyone, vote 3rd party.]
Sure, great! Which third party do you prefer--the one that just dropped homeopathy from their platform this year and whose nominee flew to the wrong city today, or the one that had the Iron-Cross-tattooed candidate performing a striptease at the podium during their convention?
(The moral of the story is that third parties are a special, highly-distilled breed of terrible, but we happily give them a pass because we all know they're hopeless yutzes doomed to failure.)
Considering that 3800 joules is the force
Not force, energy.
FORTUNE'S FUN FACTS TO KNOW AND TELL: A firefly is not a fly, but a beetle.