I'll just leave this here:
The more numerous a species becomes, the more likely it will be attacked by its nemisis: a cordyceps fungus.
@gaffyh: I added a line to force IE to not use compatibility mode.
Does taking pictures of women (or men) who are paid to be eye candy classify you as a pervert these days?
@SLUSHIE: A lot of people can't manage to do it on their own. Manual transmission, turning on your headlights when it gets dark, rolling down the windows.
I was almost murdered the other day when a driver came around a blind turn in my lane with a cliff on the other side. I almost had a heart attack. And then I wanted to put an always on camera in my vehicle.
@Leonick: @coonce and @honza deployed a tweak yesterday.
@gaffyh: make sure you're not using compatibility mode in IE.
@ChickenRaider: Looks like the AppleTV consumes the least amount of power < 2 watts. Roku < 3 watts. Wii U is > 30 watts and PS3/Xbox are > 60 watts.
First of all, I don't think price is a good argument for pirating anything. Can we use that same argument for anything else? That car was too expensive so I stole it.
I'm with @Arazand on reasons I don't go to the theater. Some movies are fine with an audience, like comedies and the like, but there are a lot of movies where the audience is distracting. If I could pay full price movie ticket and rent it to watch at home I would be thrilled.
I'm sure being an early access game is something that the developer can choose not to do until they're ready for it. I think there's a point when they want more eyes on the game and more feedback.
They're not really bringing a species back. They're cloning one pigeon. It would be like someone cloned @will. Then what? You'd have one Will. He couldn't reproduce with himself. You can make more clones of Will but you can't bring back the genetic diversity that once existed.
I'm going on a three week backpacking trip this summer and I'm starting to look up satellite communicators and phones for emergencies. Does anyone have any experience with these types of products? Both are super expensive. I'm leaning towards a communicator because I think tracking would be fun, but I wanted to see if anyone had thoughts before I buy an expensive product with an expensive subscription plan.
This one was inspired by Blokk and I like it better: https://github.com/christiannaths/Redacted-Font
I like @gpbmike's suggestion. Although there may be complications if you're required to use certain programs for school.
That's what computer labs/friends are for. My senior year I decided not to buy any textbooks. Library and classmates. Saved a ton of money.
I'd like to see more quadracopter videos outside. What happens when you add wind and don't have IR cameras all over the ceiling tracking everything. What if all the tracking and calculating has to be on the quadracopter.
Also, who fixes all the broken quadracopters from failed attempts?
@nomoreluck: If you're primarily interested in word processing and browsing, why not consider the Chromebook or something like it? You would save at least $750.
Imagine what you could do with $750.
So many possibilities.
I love this guy.
I might argue that the racecar is the symbol you're looking for. What do modern rich people own? Racing team.
Filtering by unsubscribe means you are still subscribed. A better solution (in my opinion) would be to use a service like unroll.me which will scan your inbox and let you know all the emails you can unsub from. It will unsub you from everything in a few clicks. There's still going to be a-hole marketers that sub you to lists you don't want to be on, but unsubbing from what you can is still better in the long run.
I'm not sure I want any service scanning my inbox. <_<
Also, I get legitimate email with Unsubscribe on it that I would like to read occasionally.