@MordeaniisChaos: I'd love to see someone try to shoot a balloon down 20 km up in the sky.
Go with the $100 RAM upgrade and then the SSD if you desperately need it. Honestly it depends on how long you project you're going to use the machine.
Ask yourself if the extra battery life is worth the loss you're taking on selling the Ivy Bridge MBA. I also have the Ivy Bridge one, but I don't see myself ever needing that much battery life. It seems nice to have, but that powerbrick isn't so heavy that I can't bring it around.
My go to site is omgposters.com for updates on prints, as recommended by a fellow Tested reader. Check out Dark Hall Mansion or Dan McCarthy's site for some recommended sites besides Mondo.
Count me in for a Bay Area meet up.
Wow, wow, wow. I'm completely stunned by the work required for this video. You guys weren't kidding that we were in for something great.
My first one landed me in Bowen, Australia, and I saw a sign for Bowen, but had no clue whether that was the town's name or the beach's name. All I could deduce from was: driving on the left side of the road, a tropical location with much flora, and English signs. I put my guess in and I was only 83.5 km away. Should've zoomed in more to pinpoint the location, but it was a good start. Thanks for the rec, Will.
From Adam to Traci, to fucking Dave Chang? And then Space week? Can't wait.
I bought the Guild Wars 2 OST from directsong and the tracks are indeed 320kbps. It appears to be Jeremy Soule's choice for digital distribution. Once you complete the transaction, you'll be sent a link to download the files. I believe they're sent as a rar. I had no problems buying from Directsong.
Tebow went unclaimed over waivers after he was cut. Honestly, the Jets cut him at the worst moment possible because immediately after the draft all the teams that needed backup quarterbacks signed undrafted quarterbacks already. The CFL isn't exactly a good choice for him either since, as @will: pointed out, there are only 3 downs, meaning passing the ball is especially important, and as we know, his problems come from his inability to throw the ball precisely. Teams actually contacted his agents asking if he'd change position, and he said no.
Never thought I'd post about football on Tested, but what do ya know...
I don't believe we'll ever see GG become pervasive throughout modern society. At least not within the next decade. Unless you live in Silicon Valley like I do. People will become aware of their actions in the presence of GG.
@norman: How wide are yours generally? The corporate frames are 1.25 inches. I failed to scroll down and notice they also have a corporate wide line at 2 inches.
I've had Olly Moss' Totoro print in its shipping tube for months if not a year by now.
@norman: I'm looking at the frames on Frames USA and would you recommend one of these black wooden corporate frames for prints? I also have some prints that are irregular sizes, might have to go to an actual frame shop for mats.
Android: Galaxy S4, HTC One, HTC First, Nexus 4
Apple: iPhone 5
WP7: Nokia... uh. Ask Falcon
Have you read Joanna Stern's review of the Q10? She's a self-professed BB fangirl, so it's worth reading if you're in a similar position.
Wow, that's a damn shame.
@DxBecks: @BryanSebeck: That's precisely what happens. The natural oils are absorbed by the paper filter. I actually performed an experiment during my undergrad days comparing the levels of oil (specifically diterpenes) in differently brewed methods of coffee. French press coffee isn't paper filtered, so those oils go through unlike with a paper filter V60 or AeroPress. French Press coffee isn't finely filtered, so you'll likely end up with some grit at the bottom of the cup. That's precisely why the Espro (another product Will has tested) was created. I think the medium version is still up on Kickstarter, but it's not exactly cheap either. ~$80 IIRC.
@Leekspin: Yeah, I'm definitely with you about the metal filters. I backed the Kaffeologie S Filter for the AeroPress and now I have a bunch of unused paper AeroPress filters. I doubt the Kone would work well for the V60 since it has ridges along the inside unlike the Chemex.
@johnnyfarnen: No, it does more than what your electric drip machine does. You can't control the water temperature during the brewing process. I also doubt that your machine has a cone shaped filter. There's no reason to bad mouth a product that you simply don't understand. Did Will mention anything about the quality of coffee? It likely makes coffee far superior to any $40 electric machine, but if your palate can't taste the difference, then it's simply not a product for you, and that's all you needed to say.
That said, the system is definitely too expensive for what it does. I'll stick with my AeroPress and V60.
Definitely trying this tomorrow morning. Love seeing new and innovative brew methods for such a simple device in the AeroPress.