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Fracture Putty Can Heal a Broken Bone In Days

lp60068 Sports impact (236 comments)

This could have a big impact in the sports world. I wonder if Peyton Manning could have played in 2011 if he had access to this type of treatment.

more than 2 years ago

Apple Balks, Finally Relents, At Possible User Queries of Dictionary App

lp60068 Re:Just who do they think they are anyway? (259 comments)

They should apply a common sense standard - can you look up the word in the printed version of the dictionary? Then let it in. When I was a kid I looked dirty words in the dictionary. So what? Why do we continue to underestimate kids? In grade school we were using 4 letter words all the time and tried to come up with different combinations. lol - we never got the words from the dictionary, but from others using the words.

more than 5 years ago

Vista Not Playing Nice With FPS Games

lp60068 New Computers get Vista (437 comments)

The problem is trying to buy a new computer without getting Vista. My dad needs a new computer and plays strategy/role playing games and how do I explain to him that his high-end Dell computer with Vista is going to crash playing some games. Talk about bleeding edge.

more than 7 years ago



lp60068 lp60068 writes  |  about 8 years ago

lp60068 (727840) writes "From New York Times — " Google has always wanted to hire people with straight-A report cards and double 800s on their SATs. Now, like an Ivy League school, it is starting to look for more well-rounded candidates, like those who have published books or started their own clubs." It seems they realized that the best employees don't necessarily have doctorates."


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