Wow! Thanks for the heads up.
Wow! Thanks for the heads up.
I've never done anything with power steering fluid, so genuine questions:
What's the difference between power steering fluid and brake fluid? They're both hydraulic fluids, right. So why are they of different kinds? Are they different consistencies?
How would you check which they've put in, before leaving the lot?
Why would it require anything more than draining and flushing the brake system? I did that myself on the driveway at home when I was young and cheap. About an hour's work for an amateur.
If you think these helpful animations are distracting, I certainly don't want to use any software you've written. You've missed the point entirely. The animations are there to keep context or provide hints.
Thankfully OSX UI is designed around your ideas.
Worst thing ever. I may need counselling.
Note for others: That information is about preserving iPhone app data using a Mac as a tool. As such it has nothing to do with this slashdot story about Mac apps from the Mac App Store.
It was a complete nightmare. I ran my copy of Dash, which I'd bought from the Mac App Store. And I was asked me for my iTunes password. Then it worked.
APPLE IS TERRIBLE. THEY HOLDING CERTS WRONG. THEY HAVE LESS SPACE THAN A NOMAD. I WILL NEVER USE AN APPLE PRODUCT AGAIN.
You've got to be impressed with the homeopath's ability to store large numbers of litre bottles though. I think I'd run out of space on the second Korsakov dilution.
Because almost is very useful. If a site like Amazon can kill 99% of fake reviews that's an extremely worthwhile thing to do. It doesn't have to be perfect.
And spam filtering does a hell of a lot better than 99% these days. I honestly can't remember when I last got a real email spam. It may be years.
And no, it's not my theory. You could see it as an off-shot of things like this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/..
Then either it's a crap theory or you are misusing it. But there's no fame in pointing out that spam filtering works. It's surprising you haven't realised it.
And yet spam email detection has got so good that I almost never get a spam.
And my ad-blocker is so good that I almost never see an ad.
So I don't think much to your theory of inevitable defeat.
Useless. I directed it to a book with 467 reviews. It claimed where were not enough reviews to analyse.
The point of Inform 7 is to make writing IF accessible to writers who are not programmers. At it's best, describing the geography, fixtures and objects, it lets the game maker think in a far more literary way about the world she's creating. By contrast constructing a list of interlinked data-structures can exercise the logical brain whilst turning off the creative one.
If you're more a programmer than a writer, then Inform 6 probably is more comfortable. But hey, Inform 6 didn't go away. It's still there in the Inform 7 IDE. And there's all the other tools such as the Skein that makes the Inform 7 IDE such a massive step forward on the old text-editor approach.
I quite like their concept of credit where credit is due with extensions. Too often the public domain world is full of takers that don't even recognise the work that others have put in. If you resent having to type the name of the author of an extension, once per game you use it in, then it's fair to say you don't deserve the gift you've been given.
It's fair to say that Graham Nelson and friends did a fantastic job on Inform 7. They are due enormous credit.
I could still choose to keep my money in my pocket and do without whatever they're selling.
So starve to death or regress to hunter/gatherer. No everything is an optional luxury. And even if it were, your utopia is cutting down on things we can buy now, because of the monopolies and cartels. That's a bad thing not a good one.
You certainly won't be modern man driving around. No roads. And good luck keeping your property when there's no police to call in.
That's an argument for a very small, very limited government -- just big enough to prevent total monopolies.
Press a libertarian and they always reconsider. They realise that actually they DO need government. They're just small minded cry-babies who want the government to do only the things they need, and fuck what everyone else needs.
You can't even fucking read. I said:
"NASA scientists were forbidden to talk to the media except through spin-doctors"
Which is EXACTLY what happened to Hansen. Regardless of whether he went on to disobey.
You have no choice where there's a monopoly or a cartel. Which is the ultimate endpoint if there's not a government to stop it.
We're none of those things. You're a paranoid.
"Spock, did you see the looks on their faces?" "Yes, Captain, a sort of vacant contentment."