If you zoom out, the max you can capture seems to be about 75MB.
Funny, I was bracing for the price when I saw it was actually a decent looking bag, and when I saw the $180 I thought, "Yeah, that looks about right." Quality materials well assembled are going to cost more than a "Good enough" Walmart bag. By the third or fourth time you've replaced the cheap bag, it tends to even… Read more
Straight Talk is a joint venture between Walmart and Tracfone. Their original lineup was all on Verizon's network, and even for a long time after that the only way to BYOD from AT&T was to buy a $150 Symbian phone just to harvest the SIM (which you would then have to cut down to size for an iPhone). With the new SIM… Read more
I actually wrote a high school term paper about "The Prototypical Koontz Protagonist." There were several authors I read voraciously as a teen and can't stomach now, with Stephen King probably the lone survivor. Koontz's first albino detective book was the first one I tried in college, and I couldn't deal with the USA… Read more
We don't cover games, but now it's mentioned ;)
I loved CCM when I lived down there, but it was also the closest to me. I'm pretty sure I've been to the Bexley one, but don't remember anything about it. When I was there a few years ago, membership at CCM was a yearly fee that got you %5 off everything and %10 one day of the month (first Monday or something like… Read more
None of the half dozen co-ops I've shopped require membership, but no two of them structure membership quite the same way, either. Some have yearly dues, some are a one-time buy-in, one *required* volunteer time, and none distribute profit back to the membership as far as I'm aware (there's always somewhere within the… Read more
It varies case-by-case, but most co-ops are cheaper than Whole Foods or even smaller "natural foods" groceries, which is more of an apples-to-apples comparison. For organic stuff (produce or packaged goods) they almost always beat any big box on price and selection, and many have great, cheap bulk foods as well. Like… Read more
What I hear from devs is that the delay is in Amazon's approval process, which has nothing to do with the devs' motivation. What I disliked about Amazon Appstore (past tense—I uninstalled it a couple weeks ago) were the periodic nags to install every app I'd ever "purchased" from them, lack of truly automatic updates,… Read more
I thought of that, too, but I'm guessing the cup's slightly conical shape helps a lot. I could see a phone in a big ol' oatmeal tube setting up some echoes, too. It would be worth a test run, though. It might work better for a smallish tablet, like one of the Nooks or a Kindle Fire. Read more
Dumping your papers in a tub, hosing them down, stirring occasionally over the course of a day, then dumping and letting them dry is probably sufficient. If you have a big pile of docs, it sounds like a lot less time invested than feeding a home-office sized shredder, and you get a usable result.
They have an app for that :) I doubt it has the level of detail to truly copy many products, but Autodesk 123D Catch can turn a series of photos into a 3D model, and they put out an iOS app not too long ago.
You could try a bucket.
You click the "GIVEAWAY" button. I'll drop instructions in the post.