Humans will evolve on Mars into some other specie. I agree in principle that we have to get off this rock if civilization is to survive, but to expect that humans will continue being humans on another planet somewhere is simply naive.
The constitution is there to limit government. There is nothing wrong with limiting government more than the bare minimum limits defined by the constitution. In fact, I would say there is a good case today for rewriting the constitution using far more strict, unambiguous modern language with far more limitations than it currently has.
Whomever wants you to go to the conference pays.
If you want to go to the conference, but haven't been asked to by your employer, you pay
If your employer asks you to go to the conference, they have made the determination that your presence there is critical to the company's mission, so they should pay.
What you are suggesting is only possible after a second, much larger federal grant is secured.
"Omg, we've identified this potentially huge problem that we're going to spread FUD about. We need the taxpayer to give us MOAR MONEEZ to study it further, or WES ALLSA GONNA DIESA!"
The story is Apple. Something to do with Apple. Something to do with how this decision by Apple is simply amazing and could not have been arrived at by any other company under any circumstance.
Yes, apparently it is too much to ask that people be correct these days.
The summary clearly states that 512GB of memory is 1000 times more than 512MB of memory, which is patently false. If you're making comparisons, you don't make absolute statements like this. You use qualifying words like "about 1000 times" or "approximately 1000 times" to let the reader know you do not mean to be precise.
The OP is correct. Memory is always expressed in GiB. There is no such thing as Base-10 memory.
Why the hell are we talking about the Fahrenheit scale. And, while we're at it, memory of all kinds is always expressed in GiB, so a 512GB card is 1024 times as large as a 512MB card, not 1000 times.
It looks like a standard -25 to 85C extended commercial rating.
Well, it didn't help that the guy who filed that petition didn't bother to read the HIPAA laws, nor understand that HIPAA laws do not apply to ham radio operators. He was seeking a solution to a made-up problem.
Android is not free. Googls pays Microsoft a small fortune in patent licensing to be able to sell Android.
Lighten up, Francis. This is Slashdot. Nobody expects good journalism or even semi-accurate plagiarism here.