2005 was the mandate by the Federal Government. You forgot all about the 70s energy crisis, didn't you? That's when ethanol in fuel became a big thing originally.
Here, let me help you find the right fucking section.
That's what your fucking JOURNAL is for. Not
"I wish they'd push a yank-resistant and positive-connecting plug along the lines of Apple's MagSafe. "
Why? I've already seen one of my less-than-graceful friends step on the power plug, it not come loose, and instead of snapping off the jack it snaps the motherboard. What *MIGHT* have been a simple solder job now becomes an entire logic board replacement.
Dumbest idea ever. Should have been two flush pieces, with spring-loaded extensible prongs in the cord end, using a couple of powerful neodymuim rings around the port and end of the cord. Eliminate almost every stress point at the power connection, and make it safer, and reduce the potential for damage even further, almost completely eliminating it in fact.
"UEFI can do other fun stuff, but by default it runs "\EFI\Boot\bootx64.efi" on the first fat32 partition it sees.
No more dealing with trying to backup custom bootloaders, or trying to figure out why grub install isn't letting you dual boot. Just rename a shell with a default script to bootx64.efi and you're good to go. Hell, those shells even include their own editor."
Oh, so you mean, it's like command.com, Autoexec.bat and config.sys, then. What's the point?
Because those using Steam already have Big Picture, which is essentially SteamOS, but not Linux. What's the point of letting you download the OS through Steam when all of the essential functions exist within Steam itself?
Okay, so I just drivers for my 7950GT installed on one machine, then went to the other one and reinstalled the latest drivers for the GTX460. Both times, the cards installed in less than 5 minutes. Both AMD-CPU systems, far slower (one's a dual-core 4850e out of an Acer, the other an Athlon X4 620. Both 4GB RAM.)
You've got something configured incorrectly or your operating system is fucking swiss cheese and you need a fresh install.
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Which means 460nm light would hide a 46-meter object.
That sounds fairly outlandish, I would think 8 times (3680nm) would be more appropriate and viable.
Yea, perhaps when you deal with light and optics all day, like him and I obviously do, will you understand that you're pretty ignorant in what you've just stated.
Oh, and look, you're my foe, it seems. Got tired of an expert coming up to let you know you're wrong, still wrong, and will likely always be wrong?
Uhh, yea, what're you going to do about the phones built into the back of the seat, in the headrest? Ban those, too?
Fucking ill-educated people running our government.
I guess the idiots that marked this flamebait never read the MSDS on Acetone.
No, turn down the volume is a reasonable idea, because you can't control if the sound engineer is using a ton of compression to ramp up apparent volume.
Already had one set of laptop speakers blown by it.
See, this is why I sit in a sound chair with analog inputs. Detect analog volume controls from input only, hah!