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Note to self:
No matter how tempted, do not install a hard drive with a hammer.
(Found myself instinctively reaching for a mallet recently when getting a rather snugly fitting drive into position.)
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So, does anyone else think that the new search in Windows 8.1 sucks?
Here are the issues I've had with it so far:
When I type a program file with arguments like "ping -t computer..." and hit enter sometimes it gives me the search results for that, and sometimes it executes the program.
When I type a path, like "c:\users\austin", I expect it to actually show "c:\users" when I get to "c:\u", and then be able to hit down real quick and continue with the "\austin" part, and have that offer completion suggestions too; instead, it doesn't ever show any path completion options like what it did in Vista/7/8, and sometimes, when I type a path correctly, it'll search for it instead of opening the location in explorer, sometimes with no results.
Lastly, the search space results is just too small and crowded. They gave search a smaller space, something that makes no sense to me, it made sense to have all the results display on a larger area of the screen if they're going to use such large regions to display one search result.
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In windows 8, if I wanted to search through the Windows Store for an app, I would:

1) open up the charm bar and hit search
2) select store from the app list
3) type my search and hit enter

In windows 8.1, I actually have to open the app, making the list into this:

1) press start key
2) tap email
3) tap search button thingy
4) enter search and press enter
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How Ford hid the new Mustang from car spies: http://wrd.cm/1jotgwH
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Fun with Peripherals 

Keep your eyes focused on the cross in the middle. These celebrity faces start to become completely distorted in your peripheral vision! 

This article breaks down why this happens: http://dustn.ws/1b5j883

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Ok, this is neat.
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AUSTIN — The nostalgic return to vinyl LP records is endearing, in a way, but no one expects the digital music recording industry to start producing the large discs in mass quan...
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Ok, so, the whole dual numbers thing in here combined with the Taylor series sorta made me really happy. Haven't looked through the rest yet.
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to state everything is a significant variable is a statement made without awareness of how to perform a study, assigning quantative significance to each variable depending on its affect on the model under study, given the assumption, math is nothing more than the number 1, or the value one divides the value of each variable as it relates to the significant variable, or the variable to which all the other variables are realated to and can be measured to determine what value they are composed of given the significant variable assigned the algebraic number 1.

The underlying principle in developing an empirical matrix to determine what effect changes in the values of variables will have on the outcome of model under study. used to find direction, like economic justicication, studies of technology changes in manners of scale etc etc.

The empirical matric, a math platform developed by stacking multidimensional diagonal matrices, of an infinite number of variables and the data used to describe them, usually with historical data over a time frame, and is considered to be accurate when the math platform can predict the present, however the fact remains, time changes all things, changes in variable value result in changes in future scenarios, which can be predicted by altering the variables before the change happens allowing the capablility to find direction based on the actual variables as opposed to human opinion. where decisions are made without access to the variables, due to the frailty of our human mind.

The empirical matrix is computer architecture used by IBM's Watson's self sorting mainframe, also the underlying platform copied by gatses patent tribunal claim in inventing visual basic, where in reality it was just another step based on innumerable engineering life times in hardware and software, ( discovery is not invention, a misnomer used by patent tribunal to extort funds in so-called legal opinions )---Its origin was the multivariable visual selection chart submitted to Cornell by John West in the early 60's, without prejudice, where it was originally used in in an economic cost justification for a new manufacturing facility with a vast number of variables. The Math Platform was then taken to Northern Electric, (Bell Norther Research Labs) where it was used in developing a motherboard to replace old electromechanical telephone switching stations. Norther telecom then morphed into Northern Telecom, Then Nortel who declared bankruptcy in 2009 with an asset to liability ration of 7 to 1 citing chinas copying their patented designs without respect for international patent law, all without recourse.

IBM's Lates Mainframe " Watson " has taken computer architecture to a self sorting empirical matrix, where data can be dumped randomly into racks of watsons, where  lagguage is used as code whereby the data base can find valid direction using the actual variables surounding the realm in question, compared to the human opinions sold by the academic caste system, currently obsolete, like visual basic, microsoft, were we to recognize patents cannot be issued using math platforms submitted without prejudice, unless criminality is used to enact the patents into law by criminal patent tribunals (lawyers on the prowl for cash and power)
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Pros: cheap, good location Cons: noisy neighbors, bugs Meh: make sure you look into the internet provider for your unit, you may not be able to get internet Management changed just as I left, so it may have gotten better
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
We came here for lunch after a day in the old town, and left very satisfied. I had the shrimp po' boy with a side of the beet and pear salad. When I finished, I lamented the fact that my food was gone, not because I had not had enough, but simply because the experience was over. The staff was very friendly and helpful, my waitress practically ordered for me since it was my first time and I was having difficulty choosing between all the tasty sounding lunches. All the other customers there seemed to be having a good time. I'm definitely coming back next time I'm in St. Augustine.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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