Glass is heavier than poly. Glass will be much more resistant to scratching than poly. So lifetime will last longer. It’s an idea that has appeal to many tech literate home buyers, whose numbers are certainly increasing every year. Such a move might spur owners and service providers to make sure homes are sufficiently wired.The idea is also reminiscent of a study put out last year by Tim Wu, who coined the phrase “net neutrality,” and a Google executive on the possibility of including broadband fibre connections as part of a home owner’s property. The “homes with tails” report suggested that having a broadband fibre connection raised the value of a property, and ensured net neutrality by giving home owners a greater selection of service providers by moving them closer to central connection hubs.These are all great ideas that are worth exploring in Canada.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThe Commonwealth Bank used the latest iPod music player to compare global currencies and purchasing power in 26 countries, and Canada was the cheapest place to buy a Nano at $144.20 US.The study is similar to the Big Mac index the Economist created: instead of working in the confusing world of currency markets, the study picks a product and compares world prices to give a sense of purchasing power. It can also point out whether a currency is over or undervalued.People in Brazil pay $327.71 for the tiny music players, the highest amount of any nation and significantly higher than second place India, where consumers shell out $222.27.Now if only the iPhone would come to Canada and drop from its hefty listed price, we’d be set.Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews. A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson.
It’s nice. It looks more metal than punk, but your mood board supports that. Thinking through all of my album covers, none really stand out as good or bad, but the cover always helps define the “brand” of the band. Yes and of course. But that is necessary and if we really value the lives of people; teachers, students, parents, first responders, it is a price we must pay. Just because you dont like guns and the fact that criminals exist who pay no attention to our laws will not stop them.
There actually some Machine Learning involved in the booster landing, at least gradient descent. The problem of finding a trajectory for the booster that fits the constraints given by maximum velocity, leftover fuel, vertical/lateral distance to center, wind speed etc. Is highly nonlinear, but must be solved by very constrained hardware on the booster.