By Matt O’ConnorThe story of Alaskan plates has always been about who is in control.
The plates are the ones that are not going to be removed, but that are still there, or in storage.
But now, we know that the plates are also the ones we want to see.
A new study from the University of Colorado has found that plate images from the state are now the most widely viewed on the internet.
The researchers say the popularity of the plates was partly a function of a trend toward more and more people using them to advertise their products, as well as a desire to preserve them.
But the study also found that plates were becoming increasingly popular because they were easy to see, were recognizable, and could be used as a form of identification.
It’s unclear whether this trend is due to increased accessibility or increased use, but the researchers say they believe both are contributing to the popularity.
“This has been an interesting story, because of the popularity we see for Alaska plates, and also because we know it has become a lot more visible and easy to use,” said Daniel Pfeffer, a University of Denver professor who led the study.
“We wanted to see how that’s playing out and what it would mean to the public if we could continue to see that.
So, to get at that, we did a study, we analyzed a database of thousands of plates, we had people on the street to get a sense of how popular plates are, and we were able to get some pretty robust results.”
In fact, the study found that the most popular plates on the web were from the mid-2000s, and the most recent plate image was taken in 2014.
In addition, the most frequently used plate image from the same time period was a new one, which had been posted on Facebook just three months earlier.
The study found a similar trend with other images.
It found that while the most common image was from 2013, most images in the database were from 2016.
And of course, there were a lot of plates that were from just one year apart.
The authors found that for every 10 plates posted to Facebook, about 1,000 people used the plate image.
That means there are about 9.7 million plates in circulation.
Pfeffer said he was excited to see this trend.
“The idea of having a single, reliable source of plates is really important, and it’s really important to make sure that the information on them is as accurate as possible,” he said.
“And to do that, plates have to be relatively easy to interpret, and as easy to identify as possible.”
The plates, of course the plates, are going to remain a mystery.
That’s why the plates will be available in a variety of ways.
The images will be printed and distributed, and there are even plans to make the plates available to the general public through the state government.
There’s a big incentive to keep plates from disappearing: the plates represent the most valuable and iconic piece of the state, so they are going up for auction.
And in the past few years, the state has been trying to sell off a large portion of the plate images to help pay for a massive road reconstruction.