was my tablet doing at 10 am with the screen off, for 2.5 hours?
@CoyneTheDup Sure, like any other annotation. But Youtube Red only removes Youtube's advertisements. It won't prevent someone from adding annotations like that to their video any more than it'll stop them from reading some ad copy for Audible as part of their video.
costing more cash, costing mroe maintenance, delivering less performance, and delivering less usable lifetime
Personally I haven't had these problems (other than the initial cost). I got a Macbook in 2012, I think the last model where you could upgrade RAM and disk, and so far I haven't had any major problems with it. The battery isn't as good as when it was brand new, and lately the wifi has got a bit flaky, but it's hard to tell how much of that is the fault of the laptop, or due to being in an apartment with like 40 networks nearby interfering with my obviously more important radio waves.
I ask because it's an oft-repeated thing that iPhones are about two years behind Android phones w.r.t. features
NFC, wireless charging, stuff like that.
The Galaxy S3 and Nexus 4 do not have manufacturer support for the latest version of Android
Almost no phones have manufacturer support. Then again, they don't typically update whatever Chinese custom ROM thing...
Right, but the Nexus 4 was the official Google Android phone of that generation. If any phone should have long-term support for OS updates, that should be it.
Because? Bells are bad or something?
Ms Holten claims that the kind of cowbells used there cause friction burns to the animals' necks. If that is accurate, and there's no pressing need for bells and/or lighter bells that don't cause injury would suffice, then yes, those bells are bad.
Her suggested alternative, "no bells at all", was clearly unacceptable though.
Bells are so last millennium anyways, we need digital collars connected with wifi!
But what if the cows are wifi sensitive? That would just make the problem worse!
I guess this is what they call a classy website
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