I took it to mean that he had a dungeon diorama.
Uh, sorry Mr. Kettle, it's co-opt, though I'm not quite certain that's what happened here.
TFA? You obviously missed my sig.
Armageddon/Deep Impact 2: NASA mission accidentally brings killer asteroid into collision course with earth. Or maybe a documentary on how NASA is using asteroid winter to cancel out global warming. Carefully done, we can kill only a few million poor folks every once in a while to preserve our precious beach front property.
In today's "speed of business" world, sometimes even good programmers write brittle code. And sometimes we have to deal with it. It sounds like you need to get a better understanding of this code, otherwise you wouldn't have broken it. Then you can band-aid and duct tape it, or come with a plan for rewriting, but which approach is appropriate may depend more on business than technical considerations sometimes.
I bought one second-hand, circa 1986. It had the later, non-chiclet keyboard, and a Tecmar 256K expansion. I modded the Tecmar board to 640K and then it was functionally the equivalent of an XT with CGA graphics. Enjoyed it for a couple years before trading up to an Amiga 1000. Prior to Windows 95, I think most any PC was at a disadvantage in the home market.
I live in Seattle, you insensitive clod!
If my son is any gauge, the reason they don't drive is because it would require them to leave the house. Whenever we go anywhere, he is always concerned with how far he will be from his computer. The iPad and 3DS will only hold off the DTs for so long...
My dirty napkin says that's about 15 seconds of encoded audio per printed page. Now all I need is a smartphone app which takes a picture and plays back the audio. VoilÃ, a hot useless gift idea for Xmas 2014!
...what are we going to do about Middle-Earth warming?!?
Never a mod point when you need one...
GNSS - Grammar Nazi Surveillance System
If they don't force you to use "TI model x", then I would second this for RPN users. I have an 11C which I bought new nearly 30 years ago, and it is a wonderful machine which your thumbs will love. I later ended up with a 16c (programmer's version), and a 48g, but the 11c is still my favorite.
So what's up with this group of kids then? Did too many of them spend the summer at hockey camp?
Exactly. Tell them they can have usage-based billing for internet when we get all our programming ala carte. That'll shut them up.