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I claimed my land in true Alaska state ferry fashion, slapping a piece of duct tape on the steel deck. The ferry system is the The six mainline ships offer multi-berth staterooms, but four walls and a private bath are overrated. Cruisers either ...
March 22, 2015
LG G Flex 2 Review
It gets plenty bright, has excellent viewing angles, shows colors with punch that aren't necessarily overdone, and has a high enough resolution this time around that the pixel density is plenty high. LG included three That's not to say that phones ...
March 17, 2015
The Best Way to Back Up Your Computer
CrashPlan wouldn't disclose whether it has had customer “data loss events” but says it stores stuff for millions of customers on its own servers in multiple places to protect against failure. SOS says it hasn't ever lost consumer data. For the extra ...
March 3, 2015
West Point's Kelsey Minato is a natural born thriller
To get the smiling out of her, Minato's leader gave her duct tape to shape a fake smiley face on a wall. She was ordered to Half past eight o'clock on a Monday morning in late January and Minato, making her way from an environmental engineering ...
March 2, 2015
'We Are the World': A Minute-by-Minute Breakdown on Its 30th Anniversary
0:18 A graphic where various stars appear to be autographing their names in colored ink. Diana Ross . There's a bunch of albums around the wall, and there's a carpet and a little bench. I'm writing .. It's three o'clock in the goddamn mornin ...
March 6, 2015
Beyond the metal detector, there was a coat-check queue; the Nobelist, rather than cut this one, decided to keep his coat: “We save time twice, on the way in and on the way out—although it's not a perfect predictor.” A sign directed people to this or ...
January 20, 2015
My juvenile confinement horror: What it's like inside Chicago's infamous jail ...
Twenty paces down the hallway, the inner wall to my left turns to floor-to-ceiling glass, so I can see into empty cellblock G. The supervisor opens the steel-framed glass door with his master key, and I step in behind him for my first full entry into a ...
January 5, 2015
These past few weeks in Ethiopia have been full of surprises and adventures, so rather than trying to recount all of them I've made a list of 5 interesting things I've learned and/or done since being in Ethiopia. 1) Happy 2007. - After much confusion, I have finally learned that Ethiopians do not run on the same calendar or clock as the rest of the world. To start, it is actually the year 2007 in Ethiopia, not 2015. While it is also February here, February is the 6th month of the year not the second. Additionally, there are 13 months in their calendar, hence the country's motto, "13 months of sunshine. " The days of the week here are also 7 days off, so if it's the 19th in the rest of the world, it's the 12th here. Finally, the clock is 6 hours off from ours, so sunrise is 12am and midnight is 6pm. Thankfully, the calandra does not apply to most things touristy, but unfortunately does apply in the hospital, making a system that is hard to navigate at... 2) The chicken dance - Every region in Ethiopia has its own language, culture, and dance. 3) Coffee hour(s) - It comes as no surprise that Ethiopians love their coffee. In fact, they love it it so much that there is a whole ceremony dedicated to brewing it. I have made friends with a local Ethiopian girl who works at my hotel, and last weekend she invited me to her family's home for a coffee ceremony.
The only way to figure out what is truly going on in Chelsea’s head is to take Mem-G myself. But something about Chelsea's stories and behavior triggers a need in me to take this step. After everyone left the lab for the day, I take out from the refrigerator a thirty cc glass vial containing the second batch of Mem-G. I pull out a sterile syringe and tourniquet from a deep pocket and push up my lab coat sleeve to bare my left arm. Single-handedly knotting the tourniquet just above my elbow, I hold it tight with my teeth while drawing up one cc of Mem-G from the vial. All at once I feel the puncture wound’s sting, the loosening rubber band twitch, the lab coat collar irritate my neck, and the lab bench chill my open palms. I feel my bottom press against the hard lab stool as the arches of my feet heavily pinpoint the thin metal bars. I must force myself to untie the tourniquet, remove it from my arm, and stuff it into my lab coat pocket. Beyond the dust specks and through the smudged window, shiny metallic insects streak multi-colored lines through the air.
Packed and Jammed” is a campus art show that features art from installation and sculpture artists within the Los Angeles area who were invited to create artwork that adapts to the architecture of the gallery room in the library building. One of the featured pieces is an extensive multi-colored, woven flagging tape sculpture by Geckler called “This Pattern’s torn and We’re Weaving. Another piece, by Villegas, featuring four sculptures called “Kitchen Still Life With Non-Auratic Nachos,” crowds the inside corner of the gallery. Seven paintings by Green called “Installation of Paintings,” are located randomly throughout the gallery on both the ceilings and walls. A wall mural by Eberly generously offers bookmarks and is titled “Sun Clock Spawns a Monster. ” It covers the majority of the rightmost wall of the gallery and utilizes yarns and elastic fabrics. Lastly, a rubber and metal sculpture by Lofgren called “Support System” is located on the corner of a wall and “showcases common structural objects in a fantastic oftentimes critical.
Cadence Digital And Custom/Analog Tools Achieve TSMC Certification For 10nm FinFET Early Design Starts
The Encounter Digital Implementation System provides key technology for 16nm and 10nm process enablement and supports floorplanning, placement and routing with integrated color-/pin-access-/variability-aware timing closure, clock tree and power optimization.
April 6, 2015