To perform in the manner of the preceding section (used as a musical direction). 2. to make a transition from one thing to another smoothly and without interruption: In this case, from country to town with transitions within. Enjoy.
Water, as my loyal readers know, is an endlessly fascinating subject to yours truly, not only as compound extraordinaire but also as an entity that reacts to its environment in unique ways that boggle the mind, particularly when it comes to turbulence, whether it be driven by wind, gravity or combinations of the two in relationship to the environment in which water resides. With this in mind, water, when impacted by the aforementioned conditions, becomes a chaotic system that can never be fully analysed given the intractable law of initial conditions and the vagaries of an ever changing reality but mathematicians continue to try in spite of the immense barriers nature presents to spite these intrepid researchers. :)
To yours truly, this amazing NYTimes graphic sums up Trump and the repugs' approach to governance as the GOP of today is NOT the GOP of years ago, a party that actually knew how to govern back in the day.
Beyond Real Time is the graphic holy grail whereby if one can generate a realistic HD 3D scene at 60 frames/sec, the rendering of same is beyond the ability for us rubes to perceive. Nvidia and Radeon are achieving this objective as we speak.
Wired's terrific article, Ajit Pai's Shell Game, demystifies what's really at stake regarding Pai's move to privatize the net by describing how small town Wilson, North Carolina turned the net into a utility, thus ending Time Warner's ability to rip off its citizens 24/7, a process that can be done by any town in America that has the guts to do it.
With nooze being nooze, the hysteria about Russian hacking continues unabated with bloviators telling everyone the RUSSKIES are everywhere but in reality, to discover the truth, all you have to do is just ask.
Taking inspiration from Truffaut's wonderful Day for Night film, this short 4K clip does the opposite, shooting the night for day, something not possible until the advent of cameras like the Sony A7SII. Enjoy.