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It didn't get until the recent episode or two where it got interesting.   Just a poorly executed show.   I wasn't sure what to expect after seeing Robotics;Notes (which by the way was also pretty bad from what I remember). Steins;Gate will remain the best of the series.
Just on build quality alone I wouldn't recommend the K7XX. The elastics don't last all that long and they use some really thin wires to solder to each post within each earcup that break really easily. 2 of the 4 wires have broke and it's only been 1 year.   If you get one I'd make sure you have some spare lower gauge wire available and a soldering iron.
It doesn't really matter how much you try to build redundant arrays your best option is to always use a full backup service. Redundancy just helps you keep your files intact locally so you can use them in the meanwhile after one hdd failure but a remote backup (like to a backup-specializing company) is generally the better option (generally once one drive has failed you're likely to replace all the drives of the same model or at least the ones you bought in the same...
That's a new one.
Oh you mean the sleep light? IIRC the battery indicator holes are always visible regardless of being lit up or not.  The only lights that get the very fine laser perforation treatment are the sleep/power light (now no longer here) and the green webcam light on metal-bezel screens.  https://www.google.com/patents/US20130063972 Unfortunately that patent lasts until 2033 so we won't get to see anything else that uses it in the US. The only remaining product that uses it is...
I know most games have the worst keymappings when combined with push to talk voice chat (usually left control). It's not that uncommon nowadays for PC gamers to have really strange resting positions when they type. Mine is kind of modified too because I have pretty big hands. My 3rd and 4th finger, at least on scissor switch keyboards lies in that little groove between S and W for 4th finger and E and D for 3rd finger. 2nd finger rests on the top edge of the F key.
Lol what. What is that discrepancy. Adding a 5th finger cripples you by 30 wpm. Better cut it off. Kappa I think that still counts as touch typing though. Touch typing just refers to not having to look down at the keyboard to type. I had an upperclassmen in high school whose ready position with their left hand was WASD and he would type very slowly if he used ASDF as the ready position.
Yeah that's one of the reasons I don't like 10 fast fingers. Just trying to read the sequence of words can cause you to stumble. You can at least predict words in advance or not get confused by their ordering on something like TyprX. There also isn't really heavy use of some non-roman characters. TyprX seems to be 50/50 sometimes selecting text with a lot of those symbols. TyprX Also Selects Some Texts That Have Sentences That Do Stuff Like This for a little bit. It's a...
I messed up a lot in between but they only count completely wrong words so... Edit: 132, 122, 129 I have to say I actually like scissor switches the best over mechanical if the whole goal is to type quickly (I do best on scissors, close on rubber dome, worst on mechanical). It's probably because on mechanicals the extra travel actually ends up screwing me over because because I might accidentally cause one key to register first even though I was pressing another key...
P3 color is bigger in area than sRGB about the same as AdobeRGB is bigger than sRGB (it's slightly less) but extends towards different colors (towards red, some blues, less greens than Adobe). I mean that's how all of these percentages are calculated. But yeah the overlap between DCI-P3 and AdobeRGB is the 77% I said earlier. It'll take up too much space because the electromagnets would have to span most of the bottom of the touch bar which is already a relatively thick...
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