R2-R5 has to vacuum houses to survive.
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Nothing is more funny than one group of loser nerds trying to act superior to another.
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How about the years'-long wait for Act IV of Starship Exeter : "The Tressaurian Intersection"
In the ending, they encounter Duke Nukem.
Just replace all the objects and sounds with different things. Make Mario a green lumpy alien and replace all the stuff with whacky alien stuff. Name it Blamfoog*.
Flip the image so the green alien is jumping on the ceiling. It's the same gravity rules, just upside down. Nobody would even know it had anything to do with Mario if you don't tell them.
* Sounds like an open-source project name
I see RC planes from time to in fields and parks. Are drones considered different? What's the Fed weight limit for an RC plane?
NRA just added that "benefits" bullet point* to their brochure.
* No pun intended
leeks, garlic, brass, wine and other ingredients
and it keeps vampires away
The primary purpose of code is to communicate ideas (algorithms) with other developers (humans) and secondly to communicate with machines. The "art" of programming is thus closer to writing good and update-able technical documentation than it is to math or engineering. It is user-interface-design where the the "user" is another programmer (or your future self).
Good code is ironically more about people than machines.
there is something big afoot
Come on, it's premature to blame it on Sasquatch
2GB? You gotta be kidding. Windows crawls with 2GB. It might be okay for 6 months or so, but if you do anything or install anything real, you'll go crazy waiting for the hard-drive.
They do offer a 4GB model for more money, but 4 should be the baseline.
Some industries have legally mandated retention periods, both in the minimum and maximum direction.
That said, employees shouldn't have the ability to violate the corporate retention policy. You delete an email? Okay, you don't see it anymore, but it still lives on the server. You don't delete an email? Okay, but in three years, it vanishes automatically.
And yes, you can play games such as forwarding it to yourself, printing it to PDF, yadda yadda yadda, but at least on the deletion side, your admins have no excuse for not having the server automatically enforce minimum required retention times.
It's those pesky Canadian drones. They should regulate those better.
The article didn't distinguish much between testing stage regulations and production stage regulations. Did Amazon have problems finding a testing area? Why not just use the big backyard of some executive or some other private property to test?
But I imagine that regulations will be sticky in Canada also if and when they want to go to production deliveries. I've seen no evidence Canada has friendlier skies for real deliveries.
I suspect it's merely a PR stunt to embarrass the USA into creating friendlier sky laws.
Let's see if we can get DroneCare through Congress.
Cars run on Perl, no?