If you’ve shopped for an HDTV, a PlayStation 3, or an HD-DVD or Blu-ray player, you’ve probably heard about HDMI. It can seem like just one of many connections on televisions or home-theater receivers. But HDMI is more than a port on the back of a TV (and the often expensive cable that fits inside). It’s a set of rules for allowing high-definition electronic devices to communicate.
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Wife, cuddling me: *Something about a room that might be 12'x18'*
Me: Ooh, I wonder if rectangles with cubed composite areas (xy)³ with sides xy² and x²y have any special properties. Their diagonals are length xy√(x²+y²), so maybe so.
Wife: O_O *cuddling ends*
Praying for Ruth Bader Ginsburg— I wouldn’t wish pancreatic cancer on my worst enemies.
Also praying that God protects the next Supreme Court nominee from evil attacks like those Brett Kavanaugh had to endure.
Click-bait title, interesting read. https://t.co/pyNWHDZcrs
What if we chalk it up to you being a self-absorbed windbag?
Young Turks’ Hasan Piker on saying “America deserved 9/11” and a “brave” terrorist “f***ed” Crenshaw in the “eye hole”:
“You could chalk it up to English being my second language”