I currently have one airport extreme. I would like to add another...and be able to extend my network while adding additional ethernet ports via a second AP extreme in another location(the second AP extreme would be connected only to AC power)
Is this possible?
I know its possible to...
Reality is, he is correct.
Reality is, there is no engine currently even close to capable of propelling a craft up to 98% the speed of light. Energy req. for that speed increases exponentially as your speed increases. Not even close. Theres also the problem of space debris, slamming into...
So if you, travelling at 98% the speed of light, endured a day at the same time people on earth endured a year, and say you travelled 30 years worth away and 30 years worth back, earth would have endured 21,900 years. By then, people would be much much more advanced or not even around.
Ok just to clear the floor on this issue.
Yes military jets do Sometimes have to adhere to civilian speed restrictions. Thats mostly irrelevant here.
Speed (linear velocity) has nothing to do with how many Gs you can or are pulling in this case (angular velocity). It is easier to pull more...
I dont know any specific statistics, but i believe the majority if not all computer monitors/laptops will be 16:10 format while the vast majority of HDTVs are 16:9
Shoot for 16:9 maybe so it will display full size on a 16:10 monitor...i prefer black bars on the top and bottom not left and right
What is this operational lifespan listed on WD's website...70gb/day? really? so if your doing video encoding of files that large and larger this drive isnt for you?
Write 70 GB/Day
MBA = Macbook Air? If thats what your talking about then 300 is a steal...and if you dont want it ill buy it!
The MBA was ment to be used as a netbook...and a powerful one at that. It can handle music playing video and web browsing...should be plenty powerful enough for another several years...