@khaos13: Bourbon Street is an experience. There's no doubt it won't be to everyone's taste. If you offend easy, stay far away. However, if you don't have fine sensibilities there's lots to see and speculate at on Bourbon Street without "wanting to get drunk". Marveling at the diversity of the human creature is enough to make it worth seeing (once), provided you can stomach it. I'll agree you shouldn't visit it blindly, though. It's dirty, smelly, very adult with a lot of open bars and "questionable" activity. If any of that is off putting to you, stay clear.
That depends on what you mean by "came from". Yes, that's where he was born/raised, but his first meaningful experience as a chef was in New Orleans. From a culinary POV, New Orleans is where he came from.
If you're going to get a Hurricane, get the real deal at Pat O'Briens (sit on the patio). You also should make it to Café Beignet for breakfast at least once (get a coffee and a Beignet). If you're with a group, getting a King Cake could be fun (that's traditionally Mardi Gras faire, but I'm fairly sure you can find it any time). The traditional dishes are Mud Bugs, Jambalaya, Gumbo, Blackened Catfish and Red Beans and Rice. There are more restaurants worth going to than one could possibly list (http://www.neworleansrestaurants.com/index.php). Lots of famous chefs came from New Orleans and still have restaurants in the French Quarter, including (http://www.neworleansonline.com/neworleans/cuisine/chefs/). Some of the best places I've been to there are hole in the wall places only the natives would know about. If you do ask some natives, be aware that any place that takes you to the other side of Lake Pontchatrain will require a good hour or more travel time, both ways.
Po Boy's and Muffaletta's are basically subs, and you'll find places that sell these literally on every block. Heck, some of the gas stations sell them. Yes, they are traditional and there are some really good ones, but unless you've got a lot of spare time and have a native available to take you to their favorite shop, I don't think it would be worth seeking these out.
You'll want to save some time to walk Bourbon Street, but be sure you know where to stay there. To far in either direction and you get into some, err, interesting parts of town. Not that all of Bourbon Street couldn't be described that way, but there's a big difference between the interesting shops and the "interesting residents". It can be dangerous, especially for tourists, to stray off of the main parts of Bourbon Street.
If you're there for an extended stay, a swamp boat tour is worth the price, but you'll really need a full free day for stuff like that.
Given most of the answers, it was quite clear many of the people fully understood what was going on. I fully understand that Google doesn't "literally 'reads' mails(sic)", but like many in that video segment it still creeps me out when Gmail displays ads obviously based (often comically) on the content of the email I'm reading. So, sorry, I call BS on your claims that the "camera-team told them that Google quite literally 'reads' mails(sic)".
Try better at trolling, please.
Edit: Found it. http://phandroid.com/2013/02/21/buy-google-chromebook-pixel/
Not sure what it is exactly that your looking for? Maybe the key is "must already be correctly positioned over the relevant ListViewItem"? Maybe what you're looking for is information about Adorners?
Some strongly feel it's not only not stealing, but what we all should be doing.
I'm somewhere in the middle. If it's open, it's open. It's not stealing. Did someone just forget to secure it? Maybe, but that's not something I should have to verify. The fact it's open means it's open, sorry. On the other hand, this Open Wireless movement I think is crazy. I secure my WiFi at least partly because I don't want to pay for someone else's bandwidth.
That's true, but realistically the reason for getting an Intel based tablet isn't for only those types of tasks. If you just want a consumption device you'd be better off buying the RT or a much cheaper Android tablet which should both have very good battery life.
People who buy the Surface Pro probably want it to do more than just that so the 128GB model is almost a necessity for them.
If they fix the problems people are having with getting SD cards to integrate into the OS more like an internal HDD or SSD (which they've promised) then the 64GB model might be OK because you could store all your large videos and photos on a 64GB SD card.
Again, there are other PCs with the same amount of storage, and people find uses for them. Put Office on there and a very large number of people would find they have everything they need/want. I think most people will want/need more, but that does NOT mean there's not a market for the 64GB model.
It doesn't "integrate" with Libraries (and thus doesn't work with Xbox Music, for instance) without resorting to workarounds that you shouldn't have to use. Doesn't mean it's not useful for lots of things without workarounds, or that the workarounds don't exist for other cases, only that it really should be made to work better.