I at least find the approach interesting. I wonder if this is going to go the same route they tried with browsers in Metro where they could talk to a back-end process (Win32 or otherwise).
I'd wondered the same thing. What's this HL writer doing out of his cage?
It's not that far fetched. I mean, all the electronic systems have physical backups.
I agree. Probably not, though. It's all Tokyo and Germany's fault.
I don't see the problem with that. I understand where you're coming from, but if you had the power to simultaneously lower your earned income taxes and improve the lives of your employees, wouldn't you?
We can't let that pesky "usability" thing get in the way of progress!
I see haven't heard of Amazon Narc, Amazon Love, or Amazon Management.
Sadly, Japan has none of that luxury. I mean, all the land is either an agricultural area, developed area, or mountain (which sometimes is also agricultural or developed. Then there's the whole volcanic island chain full of faults thing. Even if you put everything on the back side of the mountains, they get such heavy snowfall you'd have trouble keeping things running through the winter.
I'm just being nit-picky, but I believe you should be asking about scientists, or the scientific community, not science itself.
They've also got it available to corporate customers without a subscription if they have a select, select plus, or open license agreement.
Look at this fool, trying to use wires and disks. Just IR blast it! It's the future!
Explorer always waits on lower-level file functions to gracefully complete before letting you interact with it. In your case, it's probably still in the "calculating" phase and will wait on that subtask to complete before it reverts everything. I commonly deal with servers with several million files (bad software). Its a pain in the neck when explorer waits on things. Don't get me started on loss of connectivity when explorer has a mapped drive. Sure you're just trying to go to "C:\," but explorer is too busy flopping around as if you've stabbed it in the back.
I agree. They've gone past the "flat design" that Microsoft popularized and transitioned to "the nicest icon a kid could make with MS Paint." I think it's time to give The Iconfactory a call again.
I'd rather go back to having unpersonalized penis enhancement ads. They made me much more comfortable than the customized penis enlargement ads I get now.