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Comment Re: We only use JS now? (Score 1) 294 294

And... even if he were incrementing i it wouldn't matter, because the 'if' expression will be true due to being an assigment statement. What an utter failure. That guy just proves the point that he would not be able to produce working code without a compiler/debugger.

Comment Re:Seriously. (Score 1) 222 222

I don't have a problem with Hot Pockets. I take one to work every day and place it in the mini-fridge on the top rack right next to the "freezer" section (but not in it). When I'm ready for lunch I nuke it for 70 seconds and can start eating it in just a couple minutes. Nearly thawed is the way to go, whether it be from a non-working freezer or intentionally refrigerated. Do note that if for some reason I didn't eat it that day I would throw it away.

Comment Re:PC is a Different Toy. (Score 1) 177 177

I think that "the PC is doomed" is a dumb statement. My main issue is with using the PC acronym. Really, all these new small-form-factor devices are also PCs. They are little "personal" computers that perform certain tasks. Sure, the tablets and smartphones aren't good at modeling and rendering 3D animations or what-have-you, so people don't try to use them for that. The "PC" as we currently refer to it, has already evolved from the original. Its components have seen improvements in technology and a reduction in size. One day we'll be able to have all the power we need in something as small as a cell phone, but at that point, that little device is now our PC. The "PC" is not doomed, it is just evolving.

[Crash programs] fail because they are based on the theory that, with nine women pregnant, you can get a baby a month. -- Wernher von Braun

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