Then maybe you shouldn't be using the Internet. Just because a child can reach the steering wheel of a car doesn't mean that they should drive.
I'm getting more involved in mobile development - and I need to be able to do work for Android and Mac - so that means I'll be picking up my first Apple machine this year. I'm still trying to decide if I'll get a Mac Mini or a MacBook Air.
I'll need to make up my mind by February. Reading that you like yours helps me feel a little better about it. If I didn't need to be able to build stuff for iOS I wouldn't be buying one.
The video issue with this Linux box is fine. It's a very inexpensive Acer with a pretty small case so I new my expansion options would be limited. I just wish Intel sold video cards because if they did, I would be all over that.
Anonymous Cowards see him rolling.. They hating.
It's marketing, like "the cloud". It's such a gross oversimplification that it's meaningless.
That's exactly what I meant (I think you misread me). Tires spinning more distance (ie. odometer reading) than the GPS records means the road is slippery. Well, if the GPS has that much sensitivity.
That's literally true -- as I recall, there was a study that found about 70% of the time, dogs signal in accord with the handler's expectations, rather than per what they actually found (or didn't find).
Speaking as a pro dog trainer, I don't find this the least bit remarkable. Dogs suitable for advanced training want to please their handlers. Theit handlers want to find drugs. QED.
What state are you in? Always good to know which actually have heard of the Constitution.
Your situation is unique because you have a monopoly contract and an undemanding customer.
And trying to do it all yourself is a risk of never getting to market.
Well, i hope you get it all the way you want.
I just use a Mac now. I'm sorry to say, but i love my mac mini.
I don't know the specifics of where all that is at. I know there are open nouveau drivers and the nvidia drivers. Neither worked for the card I have. From what I've read people with newer cards have had a better time of it than I did. But I don't have a lot of options with this computer because there is very, very little room and not too many cards I've found will even fit.
There's a whole lot in the summary that is just wrong or out of date. First off, the energy consumption for bitcoin mining is becoming more and more efficient, especially this year thanks to the addition of ASIC circuits for the job. Also there are several alternative currencies that are trying to address this with alternatives, including Peercoin and Primecoin.
Next, the news of malware for mining Bitcoin is not new at all - it's been happening for well more than a year. And the defense is the same as always. Really this is an issue of malware, not an issue of Bitcoin. There is also malware out there to steal credit card numbers and bank account information - that's not a strike against credit cards or bank accounts.
Finally a lot of this is a matter of opinion. The author thinks a deflationary system would be terrible - many of us think it would be wonderful. This is actually addressed in the Bitcoin FAQ with a link to a real article on the theory so you can consider it and make up your mind rather than starting with a preconception off the bat. If you conclude that a deflationary currency is bad, don't use it - meanwhile let the rest of us use what we think would be best. If you like the cryptocoin concept but don't like deflationary currencies, there are altcoins that do not have a capped supply.
As for other points of the libertarian agenda - again, if you don't like it, don't use it. I support your right to pick the system you think would work best, and I think I should be allowed to do the same. "it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness"