or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by Damn_Its_Hot

Stimulants work in a large portion (as much as 80%) of those diagnosed with ADHD/ADD but in others they can be a disaster.A relative of mine had a very difficult time finding something that worked for him and it turned out to be an unusual cocktail of anti-depressant, and some other supplements. Made a night and day difference for him. It is tough to tell what is going to work sometimes.  Might be a bit off topic but made me realize that if there is not patentable, big...
Wow! Smoked, honey roasted, plain? My neighbor is a dick but all he ever does is not take care of his yard. I used to live next to a turkey... ¡
I would assume it has to do with caloric consumption. From the dictionary: calorie |ˈkæl(ə)ri| (abbr.: cal.)noun (pl. calories)either of two units of heat energy.• (also small calorie)(abbr.: cal)the energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water through 1 °C (now usually defined as 4.1868 joules).• (also large calorie)(abbr.: Cal)the energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water through 1 °C, equal to one thousand small calories and often used...
So in your expert opinion what should the metric be (i.e., number of items infringed upon?, value of function as a whole or a percentage of device cost?, general ability to differentiate between the devices infringed upon -- anybody remember attorneys not being able to tell which device was their client's?). I think they ought to have to pay up for the value lost (triple since intentional) plus they must rework the infringed upon code and all licensees be responsible for...
 I full well understand your argument about spacial cues in live recordings, or in action simulation. About the only way to address those is either proper separation (typ. 8' between loudspeakers) or cans where you can do all kinds of tricks by massaging the sound track.BTW: I never, in my life, suggested telephone speakers! LMAO.  You ask so here she goes:My concern has to do more with recordings from the "earliest days of hi-fi". There is quite a large catalog of...
 I knew you would hop in with the the justification for 128GB as justification to support the 5.5" theory! LMAO! I think there is value in a 5.5" iPhone. Unlike you though, I am not so sure that Apple will make that big leap this go around since no substantial rumors have floated in a while, someday your your dream will come. I would like to see: a sapphire screen cover true stereo output from internal speakers (even if it only allowed a mixed of L & R be able to handle...
I followed a very similar path though I used VisiCalc on an HP85 with about a 3" screen and 8K RAM! Then when I got my Mac the first software I bought was Multiplan, then Chart, Word, and later Excel. I had to wait for what seemed like forever to get Lightspeed Pascal my local store let me use MacNosy to get a copy of the demo they had but it was buggy as heck. I bought the production version of Lightspeed Pascal but was already dabbling in 68K assembler and MegaMax C...
Sometimes it takes awhile before it shows up in all points around the country - I thought that was maybe what was happening since I didn't see X6b6 but did see Y10.10p6. I have not seen anything official from Apple yet.
There you go again. Just saying there will be a 5.5 inch does not mean there will be one -- how about even a fresh rumor?
 Proof my ass -- only that Apple uses non sequential model numbers for products in the same line.  So now you are a budding analyst also¡  You have got to be kidding. A couple companies now are copying Apple's metallic cases (which are more expensive) while also struggling not to lose their asses on the cheap plastic ones they make now. They claim that it is too difficult to make a metal case that allows users to change a battery. You claim Apple's revenue or profit or...
New Posts  All Forums: