here's his profile
here's his profile
I wouldn't want to print this at home though... needs a specialty place... with a fume hood.
Google's worst is better than Facebook's best. Hell, Facebook has gotten caught hiring PR agents to smear google in the past. Who's to say they aren't doing that now with this?
If there are heated wars over a topic, with factions constantly making changes... well damn, that tells you a lot right there. So long as the changes are documented and the history available... that's a very good thing. I learn more in the comments of places like slashdot, reddit and google+ than I do in the original post or argument. often quite a bit more.
Same applies to wikipedia. If mr Alpha says one thing and Mr. Beta says another thing... and you see a whole string of alpha and beta modifications... well then. I guess you've got to use a little deductive reasoning and personal judgement...
All I know for sure... is if I query "what is...." and I look at the list of results.. my favorite first choice is wikipedia.
Just like every time you see an article knocking google... you have to check and see if facebook paid for it, seeing as how they got caught doing it....
Any article knocking Wikipedia, a reader has to consider whether its a real complaint or yet another top down knowledge distributor annoyed at bottom up methods ruining their business model.
storage: if there is no loss, can you make a ring of superconductor material, and start feeding dc power into that ring letting it spin around and around the hoop... feeding it more and more... then letting it sit till you need it, at which point you tap in and pull it out... theoretically this ring could hold a HELL of a lot of electricity.
transfer... most of the power from an electrical generation station, nuclear, hydro, coal, whatever... is lost in the wires getting it to where its needed... if the wiring had no loss, our current infrastructure would have at least twice the power available to do work.
Most of the stories here I've already read on google+ or Reddit
And the conversations tend to have more signal than noise.
I wonder, did facebook hire a PR agency to smear google again?
Heh how long before people start playing these games actively... say with a motion joystick like a wii remote, and a pair of AR glasses, so they are now wandering around fighting orcs on quests in real time.
Wonder how long it would be before someone gets in trouble, probably by not paying attention, or possibly by realistically brandishing something resembling a weapon in a public place?
This could be newsworthy.
why are we not prosecuting the advertisers themselves for fraud? who the hell gives these people money to make this multi-headed, nested box, country jumping, spam monster?
Doesn't it boil down to one end getting spam, and the other end getting money? If there is a way for money to transfer to that end, then there should be a way for people to find that end, and then charge them five times whatever money they made in fines.
Stop hitting HOW they spam, and start hurting WHY.
I've had it on my computer for a couple years now. It had codecs for a bunch of videos I had on my system from a LONG time ago. I like it. I noticed a new update popped up when I watched a video on it yesterday. I always have a couple redundant systems on my computer so if one of my old files doesn't work I can test it on something else. Miro is as good as anything else for watching movies on, and having options besides the big dominating one is always a good thing.
Using the same formatting a human can get his message across anyways. To try to fix this would be like "trying to close the stable door after the critters have vamoosed". or "tossing the kid out with the tubwater". now those examples probably won't trigger the keyword search form barn door and horses. or baby and bathwater. Now apply that to something more nasty, like "that fella needs a be introduced to a bucket of hot road tar and what you pluck from a chicken"
Its time for the shows we love to start giving the finger to distribution channels on tv, and post their shows once a week to a website directly, with either a monthly charge, all you can watch... or a premium charge to watch it the week it is first posted, less charge for the first month... and free of charge after that. Throw a bunch of content around the shows to enhance things maybe... but we want the shows. We don't need SYFY. at all.
Once this goes into the public domain.... Once the music is available... Use it.
Make videos with it as the background, put it in your products, play it at your corporate events, use the hell out of it. FREE is FREE. Of course you can profit from it... as long as you add value to it. The only thing you can't do with it, is prevent other people from doing the same damn thing.
I don't understand the confusion here. Why aren't businesses doing this all the time, so they don't have to pay anyone for the rights to something that was written before my grandfathers father was born. Every new movie with a classical soundtrack should be doing this as a matter of course.
I'd LOVE to run a tech shop, or something very like it North of Seattle. http://lastonk.blogspot.com/2011/02/tech-shop.html Unless someone drops a few bags of money in my lap though... it will be at least five more years before I can afford to open one. In the meantime, I'm learning business management, and reading everything I can on the subject, and pinching pennies preparing for when I can do this.
well, if the government intent was to keep the protesters from communicating with each other and self organizing... and had goons storm the local ISP's and order them to shut down.... Ten minutes later, the protesters need to post "Head to the bridge!"
I can see something like this meaning enough people would have gotten the message to beat the goons to the bridge.