The Internet is a big place. Restricting access to a few sites is effectively useless.
To film an entire "sphere" of video simultaneously, and then have the Oculus (client) display a subset of that data depending on where the user was looking?
That system would not only involve fewer moving parts, but less movement-related lag. It would also allow multiple simultaneous users to access the vantage point.
It is illegal to hire an H1-B worker if the position can be filled by a legal resident/citizen. You've just admitted that you break the law. So fuck you. Yes, you are evil management. I hope you lose your job, your pension, and your wife fucks the poolboy.
I'm starting to think the only way to stop these companies from wholesale firing so they can replace everyone with cheap H1-B workers is to make them targets for massive cyber attacks. Not that I can do that. It's not my skillset. But if it ever does happen, I'm going to sit back with a big bag of popcorn and laugh my ass off.
Yup. Fark is getting less fun ever day because Drew sold out. The very reason we go to fark is for the outrage and silliness. But all too often a moderator obviously born a Puritan steps in and ruins the fun.
Also, their moderators are idiots. When I called out someone who said something extremely racist and offensive, I got a 24 hour ban. When I complained the fucking moron of a moderator insisted the statement I referred to wasn't racist. Yes it was. It was extremely offensive to Filipino women. I know, because I asked my Filipino niece. Fark either needs to get moderators who aren't racist morons.
Anthropogenic Climate Change is fundamentally a belief system. There is no evidence of anthropogenic warming, and as we all know the climate has never not been changing since the formation of the Earth. The data is weak and those who disagree with it are publicly ex-communicated.
The addition of a religious element -- no less, a Catholic one -- is almost poetically perfect for this belief system which masks so many hidden agendas.
Your argument can be summed up with "stop liking what I don't like."
At least now perhaps we can put to rest some of these awful trends in web design:
- Oversized graphics that require excessive scrolling.
- Parallax silliness (Because we can)
- Round bio photos (Because Apple, that's why)
- Giant "flat design" icons that add zero value
- The full-screen expanded "hero" div which is basically this decade's "title screen". (Seriously, title screens suck. Why is one that requires slowly 'scrolling' past -
- better than one that one clicks past?)
- The giant quote. Does this need to fill up 1/3 of my screen? Why?
I've also had a Passport for a similar amount of time.
The two main things I love about it are:
- I get a keyboard, without having to compromise on screen size
- The battery lasts a really long time
Tax the gas at a level that will pay for 100% of the cost of maintaining the roads, instead of the current level of 50% here in the states.
Have you been to a school lately? Since growing up, that is?
Have you noticed how children interact with each other?
they're germ incubators. Everything gets shared. And shared. And shared.
If you don't want to vaccinate your kids, fine, but at least have the decency not to bring them to the public schools. That's all this bill is asking.
Obviously: Since without Life our oceans would be larger, it doesn't take a genius to see that life is negatively impacting the size of our oceans.
As a conservationist I am deeply concerned about this.
Also, by the same token -- it disturbs me that all this out-of-control biology has clearly had an effect on the chemical composition of our atmosphere. Why is no one more freaked out by this? Historic records clearly show that our atmosphere has become tainted with oxygen as a result of all this "life".
Are you okay with chemical changes to the atmosphere, and smaller oceans? Well? Are you?!