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There's a thread here where others have experienced this: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1610655?start=0&tstart=0 Looks as though one of Adobe's internal plug-ins makes a call to a system function that no longer exists. That function map_fd had a security vulnerability a while ago but Apple has obviously just removed it in Yosemite. If it's a minor update, Adobe might issue one but I doubt it. Mostly likely they'll just say to get Adobe CC as the support period for CS4...
I'm not so sure about that. The more that technology has advanced, it's allowing companies the ability to operate with very small workforces. If you look at the example of the tax experiment that's been talked about recently where the idea was to stimulate job growth by cutting taxes on businesses:http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/sam-brownbacks-failed-experiment-puts-state-on-path-to-penury/2014/09/21/ded58846-3eb2-11e4-9587-5dafd96295f0_story.htmlthe businesses just...
That happens with closed-back headphones. Open-back headphones sound more natural but it means other people hear what you're listening to. At home, open-back is best (unless you are trying to block out family noise). Wearing headphones in public, you would want closed-back but in-ear buds would probably sound more natural. Buds are small though so they don't produce as powerful a sound without being specially...
The foldable ones don't affect how they feel, they swivel the parts near the speakers so the band up top has the same pressure as if it was fixed. There's more chance of them breaking but that will depend on the headphone and how carefully they are folded. It looks like the Beats hinge fits into a plastic mount:Sennheiser attaches the hinges to the metal band that goes through the headband:The newer Beats models might have fixed that.
If dependence is worse than for coffee or alcohol and has those risks then sure have laws to restrict its use, it should certainly be banned in public places to avoid unwanted effects on 3rd parties:http://www.cancer.ca/en/cancer-information/cancer-101/what-is-a-risk-factor/tobacco/smoking-marijuana/"Current evidence suggests that smoking marijuana for a long period of time is linked with a higher risk of head, neck, lung and throat cancers. However, the quality of this...
The earlobe got photoshopped out but it's mostly hidden in the original. Here's one with an ear:I generally wouldn't want to pay more than ~$99 for headphones, some of these are just...
That one at least fails the first test about harm to others (it also fails for harm to themselves if you count the one where the woman left the parking brake off and ran into the car door while chasing it - 4:30 in the first video):http://www.khou.com/story/news/local/neighborhood/2014/11/05/several-hurt-when-car-crashes-into-restaurant-on-kirby/18549509/I'd say that qualifies as perceived harm to the child. There may well be laws that aren't written up on the basis that...
Bluetooth 4 has multiple modes up to 25Mbps but for music streaming to work in low energy mode, which is that low bandwidth you wrote, they'd have to do the decompression on the headphones so rather than decompress the audio on the music player, they'd send over an AAC sample at 256kpbs and then decompress that on the headphones.I don't like the size of the Beats headphones, I'm not into big cans (the headphone kind). My ears get all hot and they make my head itchy. I...
It depends on the threshold. The current IGPs are faster than some older dedicated GPUs, it really comes down to what games, what quality settings and what resolution is the aim. When you compare a desktop 980 to current Iris Pro, the 980 is around 10x faster:http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Iris-Pro-Graphics-5200.90965.0.htmlhttp://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-GTX-980-Desktop.128942.0.htmlA 680 is around 5x...
People not being tolerant of it doesn't qualify as being an inherent difficulty. If you remove the intolerance then there's no problem. Perhaps you could say the same about something like tourettes but the behaviour there is harming others, homosexuality isn't.The same science still has to determine what causes heterosexuality too and illegal sexual attractions. It's true that people call whole classes of sexual attractions mental disorders. There was a person in an...
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