Sucrazit (5% saccharin, 95% glucose), Sucralite (5% Sucralose), Sweet’n Low Gold (4% Aspartame).
As saccharin exerted the most pronounced effect, we further studied its role as a prototypical artificial sweetener.
I wonder how stevia or erythritol compare.
But the point here is not what an average person thinking about himself would do. The point is what a non-ordinary person caring about society can do.
Whether you want our times to be told by the former or the latter, it remains your choice.
What the definition of 'journalist' should be, this is the matter of discussion.
Product link here. Nothing of value was lost...
1. Geolocate the IP, show the local time and mark it with a timezone identifier/city
2. If geolocation data is not available for IP, show UTC time celarly marking it as such
3. Put a button on the side of the clock to acquire the user's coordinates if a GPS is available, mark the timezone as GPS-determined
4. If GPS is not available and user pushes button, use the JS new Date().getTimezoneOffset(), mark the timezone as OS-determined
There are corner cases where this will not work, but this is good enough for 99% of the users.
The user is behind VPN/Proxy? If he cares about the correct local time, he'll push the button.
The user has no GPS and wrong OS timezone? Too bad.
Came here for the "chess world record" mentioned in TFT and didn't find a single word about it, neither in TFS nor in TFCs... Did anyone realize how this article is actually about a bunch of guys parallelizing the eight queens puzzle, running it first on anything from browsers to Blackberrys, then porting it to Hadoop, and on the way to break the world record computing the number of solutions for a chess board of 27x27 tiles?
TFA mentions the word "bitcoin" in the last 2 paragraphs out of 23, and everybody goes crazy about it. Welcome to Slashdot 2013.
"No matter where you go, there you are..." -- Buckaroo Banzai