I think it can be integrated in flying cars, to have invisible 3D-printed flying cars.
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I'd love to meet this professor, and be like "what? did I hear something? who is there! I don't see anyone!"
Um, should I add together all the tabs of all browser windows I have open, or only those of this window?
Future archeolisits will be able to see the text on stone tablets, but memory chips? All gone.
For operating system, why do they only try Windows there? I, for one, would love them to try Linux as well, to help find exploits, which I'm pretty sure they'd find just as well.
Do you actually live in the EU?
I guess this was something that sounded hip and cool back then when the WorldWideWeb was new, but now that we all know what computers and the internet can do, it sounds a bit dated.
Indeed that would be cool, imagine the possibilities of fractal architecture in bird's nests!
And what are they gonna say if they crashed on the house of some of the men living on the dark side of the moon?
I once made a QBasic program named "NOISE.BAS" on a 386 computer.
When ran, it made the radio which was playing, produce noise for 7 seconds.
All the program contained was:
But... but... but...
With a different title it wouldn't be as sensationalist! >:(
The thing that defines a calculator useful, imho, is that you don't really need to care about its battery life and it starts up fast.
If you want something with a color touch screen, can't you just install a calculator app on your phone? What's the difference? Why do you need a specialized device for that?
Yes, indeed, $99 is sub-$100...
Statistically, the expected value of sub-$100 is $50 though!