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When it debuted, Holo Lens felt like it could genuinely change the world.One of the most exciting things about Holo Lens is that no one is entirely sure what to do with it.

You know how you always think insanely rude and offensive thoughts but your brain stops them from coming out of your mouth?Microsoft overhauled its fading corporate image nearly three years ago with that announcement of a its powerful new operating system, Windows 10.The most surprising facet of this rebranding effort was a promising augmented reality headset, Holo Lens, shown off at a press conference in January 2015.Video: If Microsoft wants a guaranteed way to sell a million Hololens augmented reality headsets, it should listen to Abhishek Singh and pitch the hardware as the ultimate way to get in shape by playing the first level of While the world catches up with VR, imperfect but affordable options for entry like Google Cardboard and Samsung's Gear VR will get the job done.But augmented/mixed reality is also proving itself to be a ripe new field and for anyone looking to dip their toes in the water of this brave new world, the Holokit has come to save the day.Well, just date a French girl and you’ll hear all those same thoughts fly straight out of her mouth, and with a nice little accent to boot.

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How should I capitalize a word with an adverb separated by a hyphen in a title? "Make-up" or "Make-Up" (noun) "Strap-on" or "Strap-On" (noun) "Stripped-down" or "Stripped-Down" (adj.) "Up-to-Date Account" or "Up-to-date Account" or "Up-To-Date Account" I've heard that in a title you should always capitalize the last word, no matter if it is a proper noun or an adverb.

The business gets $1000 up front to take on the free labour. You'll be doing anywhere between 60 hours and 300 hours of work all up. On the other, it's a cheap incentive for businesses to create jobs.

You'd be expecting a bit of sweet $$$ for all that work, right? You'll get your usual welfare payment (Youth Allowance, Newstart, Disability etc), plus an additional $200 per fortnight for working. "It is worth trying new ways to get young people into real jobs," treasurer Scott Morrison said in his Budget speech.

I'm trying to work out if it applies to a hyphen word with an adverb on its end.