That's a good point, How is there even 29% of people polled thinking people shouldn't be able to use 3d printers at all in their own homes? That is very disturbing to me. That's like saying you shouldn't be allowed to have a kitchen in your own home, you might make food that's not government approved!
perhaps the subject should just increase their electrolye intake instead of being electrocuted.
Proper electrolyte balance make the brain run smooth.
Here's the real problem though: The Internet is sovereign. Granted parts of it are controlled by certain governments. The DNS roots are controlled by the U.S. But The Internet, as a whole, is sovereign. It is the manifestation of the democratic will of the people of planet Earth. And One does not simply delete something from the Internet. The Internet is a self-healing, electric hydra. Once you upload something, It's there forever. Ireland does not have jurisdiction over the Internet any more than the U.S. does. Google doesn't control the Internet. The best they could hope for is to actively block its indexing. Though even that's going to be hard with the Streisand Effect, it's an ugly form of censorship.
I'm wondering why no one has called out Yee's claims that one can walk away "scott-free" after doing "horrible things".
Did our laws suddenly change regarding firearms? I hadn't heard.
I think we should also regulate CNC mills. Because someone could make something bad with one.
Yee is a muppet.
There's not a lot of storage necessary. Not what you're thinking. Text messages and chats are very small in size. Phone conversations are very small using the right codecs. I also heard once about 8 years ago that the US government was buying up symmetrix like they were going out of style.
Honestly, I believe it. It's entirely possible.
I wonder if the OP meant encoder instead of coder.
Blame marketing of "HD"
There's been no market demand for higher resolutions.
It's not double, it's quadruple, which is why it's called 4k.
It's set in a grid like this:
That's 4k. Simple geometry error on your part. Understandable.
more of a sailing vessel with a significant hold.
We will also need an orbital platform capable of storing the materials.
what we really need is an industry standard component rack with a single umbilical to a television.
That's not the entire point.
If you want to save bandwidth and still distribute your data, then crowdsource your downloads with bit torrent.
Linux, MMO games, game mods, etc. All excellent uses of bit torrent.
Jar Jar will become the standard character. Perhaps Jar Jar Jr. will even become a bumbling Jedi, cutting up droids by accident.
So, this is the disney plan. Make one valid entry and then churn churn churn out sequels CoD-style until they've burnt the whole franchise to the ground.
Star Wars is dead, long live Star Wars.
Second, C is a good idea.
Always teach the peanut butter robot exercise first. write out the steps for a robot to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
And when the kids skip a step, you get to stump them with "HOW?" They will soon understand programming at its core as a set of instructions.
When a kid wants to know how to solve a particular problem, they're going to learn the maths necessary. Unless they don't have the real interest, and then nothing of value was lost.
agreed, where's my tricorder and phaser?
I find it humorous that the politician can't even insult us properly.
It's either 14 year olds, OR dudes living in their parent's basement.
Nonetheless, privacy is important to me because I'm in a better position to protect my children online as they begin to use the Internet more and more.