Optical is already used in those scenarios for line-of-sight networking. How does engineering a wind tunnel around a laser improve the effectiveness in any of those scenarios?
By contrast to get even the same small warhead to geostationary, with guidance and course course correction ability, will require a rocket very similar to that used to put geostats into orbit in the first place.
I think you just backed up my claim. Reread what I wrote. If you can get a satellite to a specific point, you can get a weapon there as well.
By payload I am referring to the use type, not the mass. Assuming equivalent mass, it doesn't matter if you're throwing up a few kilograms of circuitry or a a few kilograms of rock.
If you can put a satellite there, you can put a weapon there as well. Payload has little to do with the capability to get there.
Yeah, I have KeePassX 2.0 as well. The UI is kinda flakey (hence why it's been in Alpha status for several years now)
I love KeePass, but the community needs some help...
There's a myriad of client apps for it, but the 1.7 vs 2.X database formats fragments the market.
2.X requires Mono if you want to run it on Linux or OSX.
I wish they had a central dev team with first-class OSX, Windows, and Linux versions like VLC or Transmission.
A warrant means that law enforcement has the legal standing to search and seize evidence in your control (forcibly if need be).
A subpoena means that you, the targeted party, are required by law to provide the evidence demanded.
Jurisdictional boundaries aren't the difference. A warrant can be issued internationally. The key difference is authorizing a government-operated search versus a legal demand that you provide evidence. The entities involved and their roles is the key distinction.
Tax avoidance is by definition, figuring out what is legal, what is not, and adjusting accordingly.
Claiming your charitable donations on your tax return (which you're supposed to do) is tax avoidance. If the laws allow for undesirable tax avoidance behaviors, then they should be changed.
Of course, we still can't make anything out of carbon nanotubes.
Wikipedia claims to differ with several thousand tons produced and used annually.
I hear the pubic school system is also run by Foxconn beings. There takeover began when spell checkers was installed.
Literary irony, or subtle joke?
Foundation is not a server-side or even an web app framework. Neither is Bootstrap.
Both are layout frameworks for HTML and CSS, with a smattering of JS thrown in to make some nice client-side widgets behave consistently. The original post is asking about languages and application frameworks, not layout systems.
When building pages to send to the client, there's a lot of value in building DOM structures server-side. Having powerful DOM-manipulation tools is an advantage.
Plus, if you run the same language on both ends, you can start to do some really interesting things, like the Meteor framework, where the same functions exist on both sides of the fence, and work the same way.
Think of the power that exist(ed) in using
Node.JS and other JS-on-the-server approaches are making this happen in a OS and browser agnostic way.
Until they start developing widgetFactoryFactoryFactoryFactory structures. I'm not exagerating. I've seen a senior developer/architect with a Java app build a PHP system that way, while spending every free moment bitching about how bad PHP is.
Did you forget what you wrote?
because it's easier to look at my wrist (especially while driving) than it is to pull my phone out
In your justification for a watch you emphasized the one scenario where you are in the extremely small minority, to the point of it being almost incredulous. That's why people are focusing in on it.
Your larger point is valid, but got overshadowed by how you phrased your position.
What are you driving that doesn't have a clock already built into the dash somewhere?
Future Job security for those paid to dick around with it.