The way lyrics are synced to the vocals is through a straight transcription. Harmonix and Cockos have built a new functionality into Reaper where the text file converts it to lyric events and aligns them correctly and automatically. The only formatting that needs to be done is to split up words with multiple syllables. Lyric events can be shifted, if you missed splitting up a polysyllabic word somewhere.
States still have the option of regulating perchlorate on their own
— but this is not easy, said Charles DeSaillan, New Mexico’s assistant attorney general for natural resources.
Permission from the authorities was “difficult to get,” Singh said. The government has not shared any of RC&A’s costs and still uses 50 percent of the airtime to display public service messages and lost-and-found announcements.
Craigslist, that quaint digital home to unwanted couches and vacant two-bedroom bungalows, has begun attaching maps to some of its listings. That would be humdrum news if it were about any other website, but Craigslist is so famously hidebound, so trapped in the Netscape era, that even legal foes are cheering its maps as a sign of innovation.
Why is that? Why does the media hate Apple and love Tesla? And generally speaking, why is there so much nonsensical tech content?
“This has been a nightmare well which has everyone all over the place,” wrote BP engineer Brian Morel to a colleague. Morel wanted the company to use a “liner,” or sheath around the well that would keep gas from surging up the pipes and possibly exploding.
Every show, from Gladsaxe Teen Club, Denmark, September 7, 1968 to Eissporthalle, Berlin, July 7, 1980, is listed along with includes a setlist and the original flyer; fans can add their photos to the shows’ photo sections, and reviews to the comments sections.
Unbeknown to Houston, a third-year at MIT named Arash Ferdowsi was also antsy to put his coding skills to work on something big. A good friend of his named Kyle Vogt had recently quit MIT, moved to California, and was having tons of success with a video streaming service called Justin.tv. Justin.tv was covered in the San Francisco Chronicle and invited onto the Today show. Meanwhile Ferdowsi was sitting in his MIT dorm room taking a distracted stab at a problem set and wondering what the hell he was doing there.
Amazon did not immediately return a call or email seeking comment Wednesday. The proposal goes before the full Senate on Thursday.
Tools like Nextdoor and Nixle, a text and e-mail alert system used by police, are not just altering the landscape of social networking. They’re also changing the ways cities across the U.S. ensure safety – helping residents look out for one another, helping cops make highly targeted disclosures and inquiries, and turning the tables on criminals who have long availed themselves of sophisticated communications systems and carefully plotted strategies. The change is being driven less by cutting-edge technology than by new demands for police transparency, by budget cuts, and by calls for greater efficiency and efficacy on the part of law enforcement.
WN: What is your role at NuTech Solutions and what projects does the company have in Poland?
Each of the blue cards has one of four letters at the bottom, and a player wins when she has collected enough cards to spell V-O-T-E. However, those letters also spell V-E-T-O, and if the rest of the players can together create that word, they can block the winner. (This is called the “D.C. gridlock” variation.) Oh, but this could go on forever, you say? Well, for the lightweight players, according to the instructions: “The game ends when the majority of the players grow so depressed at the prospect of a real Trump presidency that they just start quietly sobbing.”
Bruce Perens, an open-source developer and author of The Open Source Definition, said he saw “Microsoft’s paws all over this report.”
“We have certain responsibilities for this money, and we are taking this seriously,” Fulda says.
Watching the flames devour the wing of a World War II-era aircraft that crash-landed on the 101 Freeway in Los Angeles, a few questions come to mind. How did the pilot escape unharmed? How’d he manage not to whack any cars as he came down around 2 pm on Tuesday? Why was the plane, a T-6 Texan, dressed up like a German fighter aircraft (sans swastikas)? And, most pressing of all, what is anybody doing flying a 70-year-old plane over northwest LA?