I was thinking to drill into the reservoir now to release pressure or perhaps drill lots of holes to pump water and create steam energy. Perhaps over time this would cool the magma into stone and reduce the reservoir size and increase distance to the surface.
New players have arrived derived from a new standard called webkit. Webkit and it's fork Blink created a new more modular rendering engine. Chrome, Safari, and mobile apps and browsers based on it rapidly have taken marketshare over the last few years. Chrome became a better browser with very fast java, threaded tabs, and tight memory management, and innovated many of the new HTML 5 and CSS 3 technologies leaving Firefox and IE in the dust.Firefox meanwhile has frustrated it's users over various issues and poor releases starting with Firefox 4.0 and continual breakage with add-ons every 6 weeks.
Netmatshare produces statistics independently from other companies which have Firefox marketshare listed at around 10%. but all seem to show the same trends. Are we heading into an era soon where webmasters will not support Firefox and put banners encouraging their users to download Chrome instead?
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As screwed up as this sounds I would take modern IE 11 over Firefox anyday.
I would have a psychotic episode seeing me type this 5 years ago but Firefox has gone to shit starting with 4. Actually 3.6 U noticed slowness too.
IE is great for running ancient shit intranet sites. Java is negligent to run as a plugin. Only few good reasons for IE is group policy to allow java to run on only intranet or trusted site lists. If your mcses at work have it enabled globally they should be slapped up the back of the head.
Go read IE 7 goes RTM from slashdot circa 2006?
Webmasters freaked by SSL https:/// won't display pictures with non secure hyperlinks.
This is not news as for 9 years ancient IE did not allow
Not possible since life created our oxygen rich atmosphere.
Go to Amazon and search for the Intel drive? $2400 now??! The Kingston is much cheaper oh and I have 950 megs a second from my ahci Samsung pro 80s running on fake raid 0 from intel rst. So speed is still possible as 14000 cpu cycles is nothing when an i7 can do 180,000 instructions a second. Kind of sad that an inefficient design is that poor? Shouldn't we have solved this with an external i/o chip? Or have a component in the cpu? The point of Scsi was for this reason back in the 1990s
If you answer build your own dvr which only represent 5% of users then you need just a fixed long sequencial access. Ah a mechanical disk is up your alley. You don't do random 4k burst dependent on latency. You gain nothing and a mechanical disk is like $60 a tb. So buy some cheap WD green's in a raid and call it a day. Use an ssd for pc use.
1 tb = 2,400 page word document for every man, woman, and child whoever lived! Most consumers never come close to filling 200 gbs. No need.
And there are external drives you can use for TV shows which is the only use for 98% of all uses
AMD gpus are very competitive. If I were the ceos I would sell of cpu business. Keep ATI.
The reason AMD sucks is because they no longer have the economies of scale for chips lower than
Nvidia is stuck at
If AMD didn't sell global foundries and also had
Hairy let's say AMD has a theoretical superior architecture?
They can't. Lower size increases speed and power requirements. Only advantage AMD has is cost
Only saving grace is ATI graphics. If nvidia gets a hold of
I was a loyal AMD user too. I tried and stayed til last year. It is frustrating but an i7 4 core with 8 virtuals with hyperthreading really sped uo my games compared to the 6 core. It is 2015 and time to move on. AMD needs to leave xp 6 and go all ATI to stay solvent.
Agreed, I wish Java would die a very horrible and torturous death. (very slowly)
But I'm forced basically by state law in our organization to have it ready to use on most of our machines to run state tests.
So until Pearson's idiot developers pull their head out of their asses and stop using it in all their education products I'm stuck with this crap.
First thing first grab a thick Windows Server 2008 or 2012 book from Microsoft Inside OUT and walk over to your system administrator and wack him on the back side of the head with it!
Then proceed to open the chapter on creating Group Policy Objects? disable java in internet zone under internet options in the control panel. Then create another one to enable java scripting in the intranet zone and add Pearson's to this. DONE.
It is negligence to run this on the web and any system administrator worth his salt under has it enabled for trusted zone sites or intranet sites. Safe, secure, and works with old crud.
IE has it's advantages at work over Chrome. One of them is managing ancient insecure crud and this is where is it useful over Chrome.
>Chrome 42 offers two new APIs
I don't like change.
There is always IE. You know just saying for those who don't and do not care about new things
Exactly! It is silly to say the space shuttle is far more complex than the internet/web. The size of a project like the space shuttle is dwarf by the size of a project like the internet/web by many magnitudes of order. There is much more technology into the internet than in the space shuttle.
For the AC poster who seems to believe there is an argument about making a distinction between the web and the internet, there is none. HTTP is running on top of the protocol stack that runs the whole thing and the network is the hardware part without which the protocol has no purpose.
... take what I said about HTML 5 and CSS 3.
Try getting a site to look right in IE 6? The workarounds which interact with other workarounds with fixes that break other fixes.
The web is far from the most complex device ever built by humans. It's no more a single engineering project than the old landline telephone system was. Heck, if you're just looking for replicating the same thing over and over as THE measure of complexity, look at any large city. The space shuttle was far more complex.
Apparently you haven't read the W3C on HTML5 and CSS 3 specs
It is 2015 and time to move on.
The only java I still see are IE specific or I shall say IE 5.5 1999 era specific intranet sites in quirks mode running under ancient IE emulation in IE 8 or earlier. Funny how Java was decided upon because of portability and then they use IE specific bugs and css to get to not run in anything else.
It is dangerous and wreckless to have it enabled. Infact Oracle should be held liable as it is negligence to use the web plugin.