The STI is only 4k more than the WRX. At the prices we're talking about that's not all that significant, especially since usually these cars are going to have between 600-2k in mods on average (Including tune).
Probably. Considering the BRZ is practically a copy of the FR-S, I don't expect too many people who want to buy a Subaru sports car is going to get one that looks the same as a piece of crap Scion.
Yeah... what is this insta-nap thing? I can fall asleep easily at night but during the day there is no way. I don't care how tired I am it just won't happen unless I'm somewhere that is a home-like place and in a receptacle meant for sleeping.
I've never really cared enough to replace the OS with a custom rom on my galaxy... but this seems like the best argument for doing this in the future.
This is Slashdot. If it's software related and negative, everyone blames Microsoft whether they are involved or not. It seems to me like the government wanted free stuff so it stands to reason that the people who create stuff for their livelihood would not like that. I mean... that's the whole point in people not liking piracy. Just cause you put it into law doesn't mean it's morally right... kind of like legal tax evasion for churches.
That's true in some cases, but very false in others. CS is not just about math, in fact, I have done almost no complex math since I left college and started my career like 7 years ago. CS to me has been more about critical problem solving, high impact design, and making sure you don't cause more work with the work you do. I work on a highly parallel data warehouse that uses both hardware and azure vm services and while I need almost no math, there is an incredible amount of research and thinking that go into it. This is one area where experience is quite important, but fancy algorithms are almost entirely useless.
The risk vs reward isn't good enough. I can easily go the rest of my life with glasses/contacts, but gamble on my eyes... hell no. I've played enough video games to know that 0.01% or whatever the odds do happen eventually.
Because everyone at Microsoft works on Windows...
Next up is Superman. He went to LA and got a sex change. She will remain called Superman, however, Clark Kent is now known as Clara Kent.
Back in the day and still a bit today there were three reasons: one being as you mentioned compatibility. Another being sound quality, obviously. The third, which I found to be by far the most important, was by having a discreet sound card you wouldn't get weird noise from your motherboard in your audio. The cpu would weirdly leak into audio chips via interference that was incredibly annoying. I had one mobo where whenever I moved my mouse (which spikes cpu slightly due to interrupts) it would make the 'whizzzzzzzz' noise the whole time it was moving lol.
It's inflammatory to say they are "banned" rather than "not allowed to be used". Banned implies that you cannot enter the theater with them... but "once the lights dim" implies you are allowed in, just not allowed to use them.
I had to convert 2,000,000 MPH into M/s to understand how fast this actually was in the context of space. #EVEproblems
My favorite thing to watch is when two "Freedoms" are in conflict. Such as basic human rights freedoms like gay marriage vs. religion freedoms like oppressing non-members of your religion. The victims of these battles are very rarely the correct ones.
At least if nothing else gay people can stop claiming to be a weak minority... being able to blackmail a fairly famous CEO into stepping down is not a small accomplishment.
How is collecting DNA from dog poop any less invasive than the NSA collecting metadata from cell phone usage. Both of them are used to track the owners and invade privacy. This should be an illegal practice. I hate dog poop not being cleaned up as much as anyone, but this just seems incredibly wrong.
Or we could start requiring a jury to take a very simple entry exam to show basic understanding of the concepts that will be discussed in whatever trial they will be in. No self-respecting jury that hasn't been bribed or threatened would ever vote for a patent troll if they had even rudimentary understanding of the situation.