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I bought the top of the line default 13" last year and it's fantastic. I upgraded from a 2010 MB Air. I'm over the moon about the battery life, built in HDMI, retina display, and 512GB SSD. It's about a half pound heavier than the Air, but that's really not noticeable.
Remember, it's $100 for each COIN and the battery lasts for 2 years. So, just work $50/yr into your budget for this convenience.
I really liked that Cook challenged Iger, because it opened the door to the MCU. Chris Pratt's video was pretty funny.
I've got a 3 year old and I can honestly say that I don't wish I had this and if I have another one, I would not want this.  
To some extent, yes.  Middlemen.  However, this middleman does the traditional role of developing, editing, etc.  But beyond that, and in this situation, the analogy would be appropriate, the publisher is *almost* acting as a union for the authors.  Sure, you can make a self publishing deal with Amazon, but if you do, you are at risk of having no bargaining power as an individual.If authors are allowed to set prices for their own content at whatever level they think the...
I smell a rat. Authors get to keep 100% of ebook sales while they negotiate, but Amazon gets to continue heavy discounting. So, in effect: 1) Amazon stops the attrition of customers 2) Amazon resumes physical book sales, which wasn't really the issue 3) Amazon looks good by giving authors 100% of ebook money for the short term 4) Amazon heavily discounts the ebooks so authors come up with the same or less than a properly negotiated deal 5) ?? Hachette gets no portion...
Yes, the tech has come quite a long ways, but I've seen things (that I wish I could source here so we could talk specifics) that suggests solar panels are only 18-25% efficient... if not lower.  Can you imagine if they could get those numbers into the 30s or 50s?  Continue the march of the research and development!
I'm not local, as I live in Colorado, but in our more "rural" areas, where you do have towns and cities....basically, all land in a state is a part of a county and counties have borders with each other, however, not all land is in a city.  Those areas would be referred to as "unincorporated" parts of the county.  The city annexes land into their charter to expand their borders, whether it was unincorporated previously, or a part of another neighboring city.  I think each...
Doesn't it seem redundant to list Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, & Ram? They're all a part of the same manufacturer - right?
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