Keep em coming... Whatever they are my friend.
We'll not see their like again...
My kids even know Rick-Roll and Lime Cat. Hell, I saw Lime Cat in the 90's.
I know... The problem I see is how the wire unspools so quickly. The firing of the rocket is trivial to me. Either a garden hose and a foot pump and use pneumatics, or a simple RF link but this might be a problem during an electrical storm...
First off, not watching video, Slashdot. Not now, not ever. Stop doing video content. You're a news aggregator. You aren't a content creator. Accept it. Live with it.
I couldn't agree more.
"They won't learn anything knew" But the young ones think they already know everything, even how to spell.
But you already new that.
because mint is fresher? You should investigate a little about system optimisation. There are also specific distros for what you are doing if you are not that technically oriented.
To refresh your reading comprehension, what I said was, "Linux Mint was refreshing and met all my needs without problems."
That means that Mint was "pleasantly fresh and different". That means with after all the crap I put up with using Ubuntu Desktop(multiple versions) that when I tried Mint I was pleasantly surprised how good it works, and continue to be impressed to this day.
Regarding which distros to use, I did do quite a bit of research before trying Ubuntu Desktop, and I also tried about 3-4 others before Ubuntu. Like I said, I actually liked it but it had too many issues.
Also, I did do system optimization on Ubuntu to no avail. It was like I would fix one thing then something else would go wrong.
I work with computers all day long, and when I go home I don't want to have to constantly troubleshoot my media pc.
I settled on Ubuntu for a variety of reasons and was reasonably pleased with it.
However, after a few weeks things started to go wrong.
Errors, lockups and other things cropped up that started to really get old.
I read forum posts, blogs, "kb" articles to fix the various issues I had with Ubuntu.
Eventually I wiped it and reloaded it, and the same sorts of problems came back.
I was ready to install Windows when I read someone mention Linux Mint.
So I gave that a try.
Like a cool spring breeze on a warm afternoon, Linux Mint was refreshing and met all my needs without problems.
To this day I wonder why Mint works so well when Ubuntu Desktop was such a POS.
Politicians and others jumped on the anti-Hubble bandwagon pretty quickly, and at the time it was another bad day for science in the early 90's as the SCSC(Desertron) was decommissioned.
Then the mirror was fixed... and we saw the pictures.
In all of human history, no one could have imagined that mankind would be able to peer back in time and deep into the depths of space as Hubble has allowed us to.
In all the imaginings of the earliest self aware humans, to the priests of ancient Babylon who studied the stars, to Galileo and Edwin Hubble himself, the images and knowledge that Hubble has bestowed on us are riches beyond compare.
Thank you Hubble and all who have been involved in the project.
I have a mile or so of 40ga copper wire and a few model rockets here... What can I do with these two things?
News at 11.
Oh, and Al Gore rapes bunnies!!!!!
He has moved onto cherubim.
Now they're creating earthquakes.
The chickens have come home to roost.