It's easier to use section breaks, for a variety of reasons. Of course, that's like saying it's easier to knife off your testicles with a scalpel rather than an axe.
Compared to malice or corruption, I think sufficiently dangerous incompetence is equally undesirable. Bad results and bad methods are bad.
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Atom chips with their completely open PowerVR graphics chips?
The input energy for the heat engine is less than the total amount of energy transported. In an example of a heat pump acting as a chiller, there is significant waste heat which must be dumped into a heat sink.Total energy transported is more than the input energy, but overall energy is conserved.
1) Supercomputers are populated with x86 heritage CPUs because they're cheap.
2) The most power efficient supercomputers are made with IBM PowerPC SoCs.
3) ARM is coming to the data center with their new 64 bit variant.
Webkit had to be contributed to comply with the licensing of KHTML.
My Palm OS device preferred stylus, but could work (badly) with finger touch as well. Resistive touch screens.
Just use all that wonderful hydrogen to do this:
While poking around a couple of weeks ago, I found a couple of HDL sources for MIPS R3000 cores. Would these run into licensing issues? They could be adapted to something similar, or perhaps other uses with the addition of on chip I/O and perhaps a vector unit, IMHO.
I take it nobody asked Douglas Rain to do the job?
Atlas V uses a Russian RD-180 LOX/Kerosene motor in it's first stage. It's derived from the RD-170 used in the Energia booster, except it runs two combustion chambers (instead of four) off a single turbo pump.
Yeah, I don't think he's suffered.
I mean, he did bone Princess Leia. Several times.
The word everyone is looking for would be obsolescent. Just because a newer processor comes out, it doesn't mean that the old ones stop working en masse.
The statement isn't even true, however. Not as long as the older gear is still useful and the inconvenience of replacement outweighs the advantages.
The days of gentlemen skippers are long gone. America's cup teams now use professional crews and professional skippers. USA 17 (the current cup holder) was helmed by Russell Coutts. Larry didn't "command the crew", Russell did. Larry's most important task was to support Russell financially and organizationally.
I don't mean to take away from Larry's abilities as a sailor, but simply to point out the commitment required of sailors at the top levels of competition. It's no longer the hobby it was 30 years ago. It is a life and a career.