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It'll be better than anything you can make up and paste together on a computer screen.
It'll also come in handy if it rains and you're looking for something else to do in town.
Alternatively, it'll permit them to divorce and marry other people, even if they have kids.
It'll know not to guide you to that navy cashmere sweater if ripped denim is more your style.
It'll still be considered a bottom tier program for the near future.
But it'll give her a feel for what museum work entails, and allow her to build her resume and contacts.
It'll be interesting to see how much larger our version will grow.
Its a long shot to say this is as good as it'll ever get.
And it'll be interesting to see what life has to offer.
If the economy suffers as a result, it'll be what a soccer fan might call the biggest own goal in history.
According to the guidebooks, it should be a three-hour climb, but it'll take us barely two.
Run out of juice and it'll be several hours before you're mobile again, a particular showstopper for electric vehicles.
It'll be interesting to see how the web client would fare in an arena dominated by streaming music companies.
But it'll be interesting to see what kind of definition emerges from this approach.
It'll be interesting to see what the next replay reveals.
It'll be important to get confirmation of these idea before they can become mainstream.
If they have something important to share, it'll be a red exclamation point.
It'll require a gaggle of drones and spy planes to monitor such a wide area.
And if it also comes with a practical advantage in maintenance, it'll do even better.
It is likely that when he gets around to producing a whole grain loaf, it'll be better than mine.
If a country wants to keep a nuclear bomb test secret, it'll probably do it deep underground.
If it does, it'll send reminders to connect with other people or do something fun to help lift the gloom.
It'll dim as it cools, too, returning back to invisibility once again.
So it'll take some serious wisdom to explain this un-fun state of affairs.
Of course it'll probably be on a night when you have to be up early the next am for something important.
But hey, with the genome sequenced it'll be that much easier to make lab grown meat.
The farther you try to project where it'll be in the future, the fuzzier the prediction gets.
It'll be interesting to see what happens in the next few decades when real-time translation software becomes available.
It'll be exciting to see what further study shows and to read papers that are submitted from that research.
Eventually we'll get good enough at it that it'll become as cheap and reliable as everyone is hoping.
Hopefully it'll rub off on them and they'll take their turn at science.
But it'll be third-party developers who come up with the killer application for them.
It'll keep your heart in the fat-burning range longer than if you had taken breaks.
Stick to the budget, and it'll be easier to make household changes soon.
It'll be that much harder now to let go of this show.
One down side is it'll be more a challenge to search by category.