(I live in Australia)
(I live in Australia)
Yes but the GoPano creates basically a ring of video, not a sphere like the Geonaut which captures virtually everything both around and above/below (except for the camera base).
Play with it on their home page:http://fr.playgeonaute.com/video-360-692-geonaute-360-don-t-miss-any-action
Seamonkey has adopted the same rapid release cycle as Firefox (because Seamonkey uses the same Gecko engine as Firefox does, and the old Gecko versions won't get security fixes so neither will Seamonkey), so you (and me) are just as screwed as if you were a Firefox user.
Same deal with Thunderbird, which I can no longer recommend as a mail application to anyone.
They really are throwing out the baby with the bathwater on this one.
Hopefully Asa will get the boot and they'll come back to reality.
(Disclaimer, I work for a broadcaster in Australia, so take this with a grain of salt)
OK for starters the bit about "consistent speed no matter how many users there were" is complete garbage, with ANY radio based system data system.
Secondly, if you start using the TV spectrum for data in both directions, you start putting a really strong signal OUT your TV antenna, which despite being on a different frequency to the actual TV channels, it is close enough to swamp the (really weak by several orders of magnitude) TV signal on the next band with the (extremely strong in comparison) outgoing signal.
So you can forget about watching TV while you're using the internet.
The decision to sell the TV bandwidth rather than just keep it for the public use (eg. super HD TV, or super multichanneling or whatever is in the future) is completely about $$$$ and greed by the Federal Govt so they can sell the bandwidth to the highest bidder.
You can also download the complete report from there.
I've pulled down a couple, they were about 44 & 80 meg respectively. eg. CK12 Calculus is 43.8 meg and 457 pages.
It's nice to see they haven't made them hard to find for the rest of us who might want to review our rusty math (or whatever).
Can someone please point me to a _current_ offline installer that won't force me to have google update hogging my machine?
And there is a lot of stuff worth taking a picture of that is right in front of you but you can't get it all in the frame because the camera won't go wide enough.
Going from a 3x to a 12x is great, as long as some of that increase is in the rearward direction so you can actually get all of your family in the shot while they are at the christmas dinner table.
Have to agree,
I picked up a couple of second hand DELL 21" CRT's (with flat screen trinitron tubes no less), and have never looked back. Cost about $80 each from memory. Better response, natural colour, blacks than anything you can buy, and worked out cheaper too.
They suck a lot of power though, and in summer you notice the heat they produce, but I don't care about that.
However given that LCD's are only about 10-15% efficient at getting the backlight out to your face, it's all relative.
And no, I don't care about the desk real estate (just get a deeper desk if it's a problem, and/or do what I did and make a stand for them so they sit above the keyboard etc.)
God made machine language; all the rest is the work of man.