Laptop Repair Made Easy
Okay, I admit this one's a stretch because it isn't a high-tech add-on. But the Kangaroom bamboo laptop stand workstation can bring the warm and inviting texture of bamboo to your notebook and keep it cool at the same time, thanks to a wide vent in the middle that allows your computer's underside fans to breathe freely. Cooler-running computers consume less energy.
This is helpful if you or someone else in your house is tapping into the Internet wirelessly with a notebook computer or video game console in another room. If not, turning off your broadband modem and router rewards you with even greater savings. Adjusting your computer's energy-saving settings is covered from head to toe in Part III.
And it's typically the first decision you make when choosing a new desktop or notebook computer. Of course, you might also consider a Linux-based computer, especially if you're thinking about buying a new and inexpensive, ultralightweight netbook, such as the ASUS Eee PC model (see Figure 10-2), which is useful for light duty tasks such as e-mail and browsing the Web.
As my grandmother used to say, Don't fill your plate unless you're going to eat it all. In green gadget-speak, if a notebook computer can serve your computing needs, buy a notebook rather than a desktop model. Doing so is kinder to the environment because notebooks require fewer resources to manufacture, package, ship, operate, and eventually recycle than desktops, their bigger carbon footprint brethren.
What is population ecology What distinguishes the study of populations from the study of landscapes and ecosystems The answers lie in scale, focus and traditions. In population ecology the scale is a group or groups of taxonomically or functionally related organisms. The emphasis is on fundamental properties of these populations growth, survivorship, and reproduction. The tradition is based on the interplay of theory, laboratory testing, and, ultimately, fieldwork. The competition and predator-prey equations of Lotka (1925) and Volterra (1926, 1931) stimulated the laboratory work of Gause (1932, 1934), Park (1948, 1954), Huffaker (1958), and others. Elton (1924), Errington (1946), Lack (1954), Connell (1961a, 1961b), Paine (1966), Krebs et al. (1995), and many others brought population ecology into the field, where its theoretical underpinnings are constantly tested. In the age of personal laptop computers and the internet, data can now be analyzed, sent around the world, and...
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