There's also the novelty factor. Similar to the Hawthorne Effect.
At Sydney domestic the exit is an unmaned automated system.
So the solution would be to put a lion there?
Yo dawg. I herd you don't understand the Dunning-Kruger effect, so I put a Dunning-Kruger effect in your Dunning-Kruger effect so you can misunderstand the Dunning-Kruger effect while ur misunderstanding the Dunning-Kruger effect.
I know people with 10 years of work experience and skills similar of 1 year experience.
Were they people who'd been doing the same thing in the same language on the same OS at the same company?
A guy I used to work with would say that's one year of experience, repeated ten times.
Phone manufacturers have been putting off installing 4GB RAM for some time, knowing full well that it opens the door for fully-fledged operating systems to run
I ran CentOS 5 with 2G for a while. I have two laptops running Kali with Mate - one has 1G, the other 512M.
Are you the King of Bloatland or something?
It's a missile if the fighter hits the target itself, but I don't see why you assume that's the case.
So you'd rather be hit by an artillery shell (which then explodes inside your ship) than a few fragments of shrapnel from one that exploded a mile away?
No doubt the GUI will be optimised for a machine with a keyboard & mouse.
The web coder with one hour of experience in the latest flavor-of-the-month framework will get the job.
Especially if that framework has only existed for 15 minutes.
A year's notice would be plenty of time to build a shelter inside a mountain
But we'd spend the first 6 months arguing about where to build it, another 5 arguing about who should go in it and 4 weeks fighting over it.
If the characters have emotions that makes it soft SF, which, as any fule kno, is for girls and wussies.
It's just the Danegeld, but over the internet.
Came looking for this: http://www.willitblend.com/
Left feeling disappointed.
No way you'd outrun the pyroclastic flow from a major eruption. And if it's just a fart then running around on the side of a mountain when you can't see anything isn't exactly a brilliant idea.
I wouldn't ever carry a bare phone or one with just a silicone bumper in a front pocket
I have for years without issue.
That's because you have microscopic knackers.