4 posts • joined 8 Feb 2012
Aside from the "/us" link, which only you can go to for obvious reasons, all this does is takes two people and presents the common parts of their timelines. Look at the URL and you see the other person; change it to someone else and it gives the events you have in common with them. After clicking on the link on here and seeing stuff in common with my partner, I tried it with my son and an acquaintance. It's nothing to do with relationship data, and the page is generated on the fly, so it's not like someone's comment on pages of past relationships continuing to lurk as self sustaining entities. So, like, chill.
So what's the business model- how're they paying for it?
Re: I consider myself a lover of tech stuff
Surely it has manual control as well- it's adding to a conventional oven, shouldn't be taking away.
I've been wanting something like this for years but not been able to afford money or time to implement. My oven takes a while to pre-heat; it'd be nice when heading home with supermarket pizza to have the oven hot and ready when I arrive. You can't use a timer for this because you don't know in advance when you're getting back or even if you're going to go to the shop to buy a pizza.
"Easily said, but is there really an alternative to dumping reactor heat into an exhaust? What else can you do with it?"
Bloody big glowing radiators on the trusswork between engine house and living space.
- Just TWO climate committee MPs contradict IPCC: The two with SCIENCE degrees
- 14 antivirus apps found to have security problems
- Feature Scotland's BIG question: Will independence cost me my broadband?
- Apple winks at parents: C'mon, get your kid a tweaked Macbook Pro
- FTC to mobile carriers: If you could stop text scammers being jerks that'd be just great