Try Viscosity. http://www.sparklabs.com/viscosity While it does cost more than TunnelBlick ($9), it's still cheap and it's much more polished and reliable.
Ever hear of the Camera Connection Kit? It works great and the camera plugs right in.
I did consider all those issues and I'm well aware of the show room tricks that have been used to sell TVs. However, there was a noticeable difference even 20 feet back. The 70" 1080p monitor had an incredible picture. It was everything you would expect of a top-end Sony. It looked incredible until you put it side-by-side with the 4K. It had nothing to do with color,hue,saturation, or brightness. The difference was the incredible clarity.
Some of the pictures were overhead shots of crowd scenes. On the 1080 you could see that someone was holding a book. On the 4K you could read the title.
They must be blind. The first time I saw 4K it was an 80" Sony. They had the same loop playing on the 70" 1080 set beside it. The difference was astounding and you didn't need to be close to it to see the difference. I suspect the problem here is people spouting bullshit based on theory instead of actual observation.
Have you ever actually seen an 80" 4K TV? You can absolutely tell a difference at even beyond 10 feet. I was actually pretty surprised by how much better it looked.
Burn-in has not been a problem with plasmas for a long time. Power consumption, yes....burn-in, no.
YAST is also one of the reasons I love Suse. It handles MOST of the configuration tasks that MOST people need. Does it do everything..no, but it does mean you don't need to start hacking config files 90% of the time.
There is more to support than being stable. With SLES/SLED and RHES there is a level of engineering support you just can't get with the others. They actually pay people to help you get your app running right and they answer the phone when something breaks.
Not sure where your getting your demographics but most Tea party members, and republicans in general, cannot be considered poor.
"Several polls have been conducted on the demographics of the movement. Though the various polls sometimes turn up slightly different results, they tend to show that Tea Party supporters tend more likely than Americans overall to be white, male, married, older than 45, regularly attending religious services, conservative, and to be more wealthy and have more education."
No, it isn't. To be pedantic, Tomcat can communicate to clients via HTTP but that is not it's intended purpose. In most real world implementations, a web server is used between the client and Tomcat. The communication between the web server and tomcat is not limited to HTTP.
By your logic ALL app servers are web servers. My comment was in response to "Tomact is only a web server" which is not true.
Tomcat is NOT a web server. It is a lightweight application server that provides a servlet container. That servlet container is a subset of the J2EE spec. It is the subset that roughtly 90% of java apps actually need. Most of the applications running on JBoss, Websphere, etc. don't actually use the extra features available on this platforms.
Once you get out of the NE corridor NOBODY is doing 55-60 on the interstate. Average speeds will likely be 80 or better all the way to CA.
In target display mode OS X is not running. The key combination enables the display and port firmware...turning it into a monitor.
There was another OS 20+ years ago that was designed from the ground up as a network OS...Netware!
"Capitalism made people so miserable it led to communist revolutions"...No it didn't. Neither China or Russia/eastern europe had a capitalist economy prior to the revolution. They were both feudal agrarian societies.