the difference is, you're mostly anonymous here
It was Compaq that bought DEC.
But HP did bought Compaq a few years later.
Exactly. Engineering is not about finding the biggest hammer and applying it on everything. Even though that will work, but there are other restrictions you must satisfy. Asking what type of file is relevant because those types may already offer its own way to do what you asked.
If all I need is to send an excel file that I want to keep from prying eyes, then putting a password on it would be good enough. I don't want to tell the end user to install PGP or GPG, generate their own key pair, then sending the public key to the recipient, and 10 other steps to get everything set up.
A quick and easy solution is generally better than a general, optimized, but slow to implement solution. Of course there are exceptions to this. If you're building a file sharing service, then using a PKI would be a better solution than depending on Acrobat or Excel's mechanism. But you didn't specify that in your question.
Everyone has their Achille's heel, but that doesn't mean they're bad developers.
There's quite a bit of rounded edges on that ship. Watch out, Apple might sue.
Is is a reasonable price maybe 4 years ago. The prices of 16:10's haven't come down at all, while you can buy 16:9's on sale at around $140 (or less).
We really would like to be able to buy 16:10's at around that price. even if at 11% higher price for the extra screen real estate, it should only cost about $155. The price on this website is twice that. It's NOT reasonable because it's at a premium compared to the other ratios.
With all that compensation, he can probably just retire and live a good life.
Or maybe go work full time for the drilling company.
Search Achieva Shimian or Yamakasi Catleap on ebay. There are other alternatives too.
Also visit 120hz.net.
Trinitrons! I finally tossed out my 17" Sony Trinitron monitor earlier this year. It served me well from 1997-2011!
Where have you been?
15" 1024x768 TFT LCD screens used to cost $300+ circa 2004.
I'm typing this message on a 27" 2560x1440 S-IPS LED LCD screen that also costs $300 from South Korea. (It's a bit of an exception, but it was still obtainable here from the U.S.)
There should be a fine against the lawyers holding a secret meeting to artificially create legal events that require the service of lawyers. But then we'll need meta-lawyers!
Bitter that he didn't earn twice as much for the first 28 years?
Ummm, we got there. Voyager 1 and 2? Galileo? No we didn't get into the core, but we can send spacecrafts there just fine.
If we know for certain that there is no rocky core, then it would be pointless to build probes to try to reach/hit the core eh?
The corporation is not the same as the country it is from. Of course the CCP may be in control of the company. But they would have to obey U.S. laws if they were to operate on U.S. soil. WIth that said, I'll give them a try if they offer $5 unlimited voice and data plans
Alright! Another 3 years of my life is about to disappear!
When I am coding in Python, I wear pyjamas. But otherwise I switch to regular pajamas.