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D See Ker
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Trying to find out from Chromecast owners if they have problem with audio sync. I'm interested in using a chromecast to connect a laptop to a projector, but the audio will remain on the laptop connected to the speakers.
How does Chromecast deal with local audio and remote video? I know there is a considerable lag in the stream, so does the audio play before the remote video?
And is the any easy fix, like a way to delay the audio coming out of the local source (Laptop)?

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D See Ker commented on a post on Blogger.
Why the Ladies/Gentlemen role division? It's so tacky, specially with Berlin's history of queerness, why not let men sell and woman pay too?
It seems like a great tool but wrapped in an outdated traditionalist framework.

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Borders and Convergences between Neuroscience and Behavior:  Methodological and Theoretical Challenges in Knowledge Generation

Paul Frankland (PHD of neuroscience at the University of Toronto) and Patricia Izar (Experimental Psychology at USP) 

This event is an initiative of presenting an argument between commonalities and differences of hard Neuroscience, based on molecular and laboratory studies, and more behavioral perspective based on ethological field studies.

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Borders and Convergences between Neuroscience and Behavior:  Methodological and Theoretical Challenges in Knowledge Generation

Paul Frankland (PHD of neuroscience at the University of Toronto) and Patricia Izar (Experimental Psychology at USP) 

This event is an initiative of presenting an argument between commonalities and differences of hard Neuroscience, based on molecular and laboratory studies, and more behavioral perspective based on ethological field studies.

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Borders and Convergences between Neuroscience and Behavior:  Methodological and Theoretical Challenges in Knowledge Generation

Paul Frankland (PHD of neuroscience at the University of Toronto) and Patricia Izar (Experimental Psychology at USP)

This event is an initiative of presenting an argument between commonalities and differences of hard Neuroscience, based on molecular and laboratory studies, and more behavioral perspective based on ethological field studies.
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