Not when coupled with inflation properly.
Can we get stories about when kernel developers go to the bathroom as well?
This is hardly anything that matters or belongs on slashdot. Hans Reiser slaying his wife
If we had a system where we standardized mailbox sizes to some specification
Done, been that way all my life (I'm almost 40).
and then licensed out some NFC/smart card system to let postal workers/delivery companies open them, then we might be getting somewhere
You mean some sort of key
but if you could simply buy the relevant thing at Home Depot
Home Depot sales mailboxes, all of which meet all sorts of standard requirements for US Postal Service deliveries.
You do realize that everything you've said has been around for, what, a century?
There are even standards for positioning of the mailbox, not just size.
I'm guessing you're not real observant and haven't noticed that all mailboxes are already the same size, basic shape and location.
If a UAV of even 5 pounds drops from as little as 10 feet above your head, it can easily kill you.
(lowering the parcel on a rope, the drone never comes even near ground)
Until I grab the rope and pull the UAV to the ground.
The number of UAVs it would take to replace a single FedEx or UPS truck would certainly be several orders of magnitude noisier.
So basically you found someone who will deal with you in bitcoin because their native currency is even more worthless and volatile than the BTC market
Sorry dude, but before SC5 was even released to the public, the idea that it had a more complex simulation was utterly destroyed. The SC5 simulation is very very weak.
Then perhaps you should browse personal sites on your own dime, not the company network.
We make more money each second than you'll make in your entire life. Your arrogant attitude makes us laugh. We have MBAs who have forgotten more about development than you think you know, and about 8 orders of magnitude more than you actually know.
We're sorry you think our predicament is so bad, but we do enjoy floating our yacht on ocean sized volumes of cash, our yachts are big enough the waves aren't an issue, perhaps if you pulled your head out of your ass for a second you would realize this and you would realize that while you try to act like some one cares what you think, you are nothing, hence your AC post. Oh? You don't love us
A company which actually turns a profit
I'd bet a months pay you don't make $20/hour, let alone 200. Your ignorance wreaks that of a 15 year old without a clue how the real world operates and certainly indicates that you have absolutely no idea what happens in a company the scale of Microsoft. You seem to think %0.00001 of your customers having an issue with regressions is the end of the world.
Seriously, get a clue.
It doesn't show them 'by default'. The opening page is a list of games for your platform, if you browse to a different category or search for a game, you're taking deliberate action to do so. Make sure you search for Mac games if you want to buy games for a Mac, and make sure its badged for Mac.
Mac Steam doesn't start you in the Windows or Linux games page.
I've seen this happen when a Mac version of the game is coming, but hasn't actually been released. In my case the game showed up on Mac a month or two later.
When I bought it, I was fine with buying only a Windows version and thought the store was wrong when it showed the mac badge.
For reference: Nothing stops you from buying windows only games on mac.
There will be nothing to "retain" nor "verify", if a cop wraps a piece of chewing gum around camera's lens and microphone hole for a few minutes...
Other than the video showing the cop putting chewing gum on the lens
There will just be a string of "unexplained malfunctions" nationwide, which the manufacturers will be at a loss to explain...
Except for the video mentioned above explaining what happened clearly
It may be possible to get it to work, yes, but it is going to be a lot harder, than the Senator realizes...
There are multiple OSS libraries that already are capable of detecting most of the ways the camera could be obscured, especially as something as trivial as the input going dark which you could do very simply, and basic motion detection would also catch it
Or Prosecuting Attorney: Officer, why do we have a video show you putting gum over the lense of your camera 5 minutes before this shooting occurred and taking it off 10 minutes after? Whats that? You're going to be found guilty of the crime you're charged with? Yes, we understand that, guess you shouldn't have obscured the camera eh?
Now, I don't own a GoPro, but last I heard, they were nearly indestructible inside their shatterproof sealed case.
The only thing the case does is keep water and dirt out. A 5 foot drop will easily destroy a GoPro, and I know this as I have a friend with multiple videos of his GoPro being killed as it falls to the ground for various reasons in the case.
They are pretty shitty cameras, their only advantage is that they are light and have ready made accessories, beyond that, if you really want to be rough, GoPro isn't the choice to make.
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