@MeasurementBlues: I will not substitute bacon for bagels.
No one ever said anything about substituting bacon for bagels -- just that adding bacon (perhaps with a few chives or green onions) on top of the cream cheese transforms a humble bagel into a culinary masterpiece ... I'm drooling just thinking about it (or maybe I'm just drooling)
""I will not buy this software, it "is" crashed!""
How do you say that in Portuguese? I worked for a while years ago in Mozambique and my Portuguese was coming along nicely, then I changed jobs.... it's VERY rusty now (Falo pouco pouco pouco Portugues....)
Brazil is a fun place to visit depending on where you go. The more developed and tourist type spots will be fairly upkept unlike where I was. The juices for breakfast are very good and of course you can't forget the brazilian steakhouses. There is a reason why they have lunches for 2 or more hours. Try not to over eat.
Just remember to say "cerveza" which means beer. Enjoy.
Cerveza is a Spanish word. While people will understand you here (because the sound is quite similar), to be precise, the correct word for beer in Portuguese is CERVEJA. The "ja" as in Japan. And in most steakhouses, they will serve "chopp" (draft beer) instead.
Unfortunately, no. I am involved in a project with a very TIGHT deadline (isn't always so?) and can't afford to be out of Rio de Janeiro (where I live) even for a couple of days until september at least. But if for a twist of Mother Nature you happen to pass by here, I would gladly assist you if needed. Just leave a msg. Rgds, AW.
I read the Embarcados interview today and it has some wonderful material and insights about FPGAs and why they are used (and not used). Here's that link again if you missed it: Embarcados interview: Clive "Max" Maxfield
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