Hot Dog! They'll be rewriting those UNIX fortune cookie messages with sinister uncanny replacements in no time
The Intel Broadwell CPU has got a machine code pseudo random number generator in it's extended instruction set! Immense! Gimme Gimme Gimme
I wonder if the opensource Firefox equivalent iceweasel will be similarly augmented?
If you download “Google Chrome” as opposed to “chromium” for linux, from Google, it has a completely up to date flash plugin built in. It installs with a right click in Debian, and is easy to add to any distro that you're making
Open Arena runs so well these days! It's in the latest stable Debian (wheezy) 7.4.0 distro OR you can download it here at: www.openarena.ws. It'll blow your socks off!
The acorn risk processor was designed for the British "BBC Microcomputer" to be attached via the "Tube" second processor system as a software development system for schools and colleges. This experimental machine was so successful and fast that it became became the new Acorn Archimedes computer which was used by the British Schools to teach kids how to write computer programmes.
I think that Chrome seems fine
That's clever, they've saved the budget and jet fuel is a good clean burn when used with turbines. That's why they use it in jet's!
No one, but NO ONE likes to work with someone else's code. It's bad news when you have to do this at work. It's much more effective to rewrite the job from scratch after planning the functionality, encapsulation etc. etc. again. So to most people this type of job (whether it's like a line by line dissemination of a machine code tome or whether it's like an insectoidal dissection) is an unusual and unpracticed chore.
Why this could bite Zuck and his “Face Book” wordo box ladder! It could be the fight of the century! Forget mobile wars, this is the big one! Think of the legal fees to be made! I can see it all now
Yes, a typo, but not in the code, in the data:- “The problem was apparently caused by a "rogue flight plan", resolved by a re-boot of the computer system at Nats' Swanwick, Southampton, control centre.” See: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-23241791 Fascinating!
I'll bet it's a typo in the code and everyone thinks it's Anonymous' finest hour
I think the unique ability to run existing x86 (or recompile manually optimized for x86 c programs) at native speed is one of the reasons many of us stick with Intel architectures, it gives them a very strong tactical advantage. It would also alienate many strong key advice givers in the machine purchasing decision making process if their home Intel game collection was suddenly nixed by a capricious ogre like hardware maker.
I'm laughing. It was not VAX “Job Control Language”! So Zeek and Zed must be the Gods of “Zee” OS. Smart A wing tip wizard is required in your analogy, in effect
My understanding is that the financial sector does “cost based analysis” which is that the work goes to whoever buys the project's budgetary accountant the best meal – plus or minus capability.