Cannot run out of time. Time is infinite. You are finite. Zathras is finite. This... is wrong tool.
Seriously, pack every available space inside the fuselage with C4, and when someone "captures" one of your drones, wait a couple of hours for them to put it somewhere sensitive... and blow it up. "What? Not our fault you guys mis-handled our equipment.":
Completely different team working on the PE version. Not directly part of Mojang, if I'm remembering correctly - just like the XBox version.
You can't polish a turd.
You obviously don't watch Mythbusters.
Would it really kill the editors to include a link to the http://java.com/en/ download? Come on, guys...
The US blocked them from participation in the ISS. They wanted to participate, but weren't allowed to.
Minimal. NTP packets are about 128 bytes. Individual clients will (if up to spec) contact no more than every 64 seconds, but up to 17 minutes once synchronized (or longer if using SNTP). I'm in the pool and I never notice the traffic.
(ahem) I believe the OP was asking if the NIST time servers were part of the pool.ntp.org group. Which that page doesn't answer. So, thanks for playing, and enjoy the home version.
Nope. Anyone with a stable time server is encouraged to join. The operative word being "stable". It's more about providing something that will be reliably *there* when it's needed. The protocol itself will take care of accuracy.
Earlier Anonymous torrent link was incorrect. Here's the one from the site: http://burnbit.com/torrent/204972/ESM_2_0_8_23_04_zip
This isn't "just to be accurate". It's to be pedantic and trollish.
And look, I replied. Well played.
Here come the RealDolls with goosebumbs. And reactive nipples.
So let me get this straight: I can pay gameservers.com $14.95 for a 16-player server, or my group can pay a total of $80 to Minefold for the same thing. This is what passes for innovative these days?
It's $5B, isn't it? I mean, come on, basic facts too much to ask?
SecondLife's Linden Dollar, exchangeable for real cash, has maintained its value remarkably well, at roughly L$265/US$1, for the last 5 years.