Me and my sausage fingers would LOVE to see the backslash key moved even just a few millimeters farther from the enter key. I don't know how many times I've gone to enter a command and I catch the backslash just before the enter, dropping me to > .
A one-handed typist with a thing against popularity? You go for the bizarre fetish stuff, don't you?
Birdshot falling out of the sky? Even if you were looking straight up and one of the tiny pellets landed right on your eyeball it would not do any damage (unless it didn't bounce off and you then rubbed it). There are reasons to prohibit discharge of firearms in certain places, but hysterical concerns about where birshot lands are not among them.
I don't get it. All the keef I've ever smoked was white, too.
Floating at sea nuke plants? Fukushima came pretty damn close, eh? Not to mention all those nuke subs and carriers. Maglev trains are out there. Some of them even run through tubes (and/or chunnels). And synthetic meet? Kids these days just call it "social networking."
There were hovering bikes in ET. Those were very similar to the Omicronians' hovering bikes in Futurama - powered by love. Don't think that would work for the US Military.
The sponge may have been removed from market before this daughter was conceived. Sadly, it's probably also too late for "get an abortion."
Since you mentioned PETA, I'll toss in the idea that your local no-kill shelter and animal rescue groups are often worthy recipients, as well. Full of volunteer opportunities, too, for us soft hearts with more time than money.
"We're also seeing initiatives to support Docker containers on Windows"
Not exactly. What you're seeing is an initiative to support docker-for-windows containers on windows. They're fragmenting docker, not seeking interoperability.
I think it will be the MS cli interface helper, sshclippy. "It looks like you're trying to ssh into a remote server. Wouldn't you like to use RDP instead?"
jump into a mulcher to become perlite.
They don't like us oldsters in this biz.
"How many of them have actually licked a cray?"
I don't know if that's a typo or some old-fashioned slang for what people used to do with HPCs. But unless I had stumbled into a job involving cluster computing, I probably never would have seen (licked?) any ridiculously expensive Mellanox infiniband gear, so I'm not sure that the nameplates on the hardware you work with is such a good metric of one's capabilities.
K-12 means kindergarten through the end of high school (12th grade) in the US.
This program is just another example of "who cares about the boys who are lagging behind in most other aspects of education, the girls are lagging behind in this one area and THAT INJUSTICE MUST BE FIXED NOW!"
Parents of boys would do well to home school, or move to a country where a student's worth is not measured solely by the structure of their chromosomes.
So this is what passes for self-flaggelation these days?