chrome at 43.67% and rising
firefox at 18.88% and falling slightly
safari at 9.75% and rising slightly
there is a strong correlation between chrome and IE in both gains and losses
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With NameTag, Glass users will be drawing from an archive that delves into the library of faces from dating networks, the National Sex Offendery Registry, and a set of criminal databases (public, the lot of them, of course).
If it recognizes someone you've never met before there is a 2 in 3 chance they are a rapist or other criminal
If you really need to process dynamic data with that level of control and efficiency with the result put on a dynamic web page, then you need a daemon or some service application doing it, and have JS pull the result. NOT make JS do the entire damn thing.
so you are saying you should spend money beefing up your server so you can present info from the client, to that very same client, after doing some calculations it could have done itself? If the client already has a system capable of doing its share of the work, then why not distribute the load and enable it to do so?!
Amaze is a loose acronym for Additive Manufacturing Aiming Towards Zero Waste and Efficient Production of High-Tech Metal Products
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