There will be other solid-state storage solutions. The only reason NAND is currently used is its relative cheapness and reliability.
If it wasn't blatantly obvious that terrorism was being used as a scapegoat by the TSA for funding before, this definitely helps. There's no way this has anything to do with terrorism. Tennessee? That's where most drugs go through, coming from Mexico to pretty much anywhere in the Northeast U.S. Terrorists? Nary a one. Not to mention this is the perfect state to violate 4th amendment rights in, what with all the idiots.
Because laws are made in the interests of those without money? Right...
More importantly, the download speed limit on this site is atrocious. The non-premium access path is entirely reminiscent of RapidShare. Nothing about this site seems useful other than the fact that there's no (apparent) extension filtering. And there are competitor sites that don't do extension filtering and don't make you wait 15s / fill in a captcha to download a file. Torrenting is only useful (in my opinion) for files where the life of a potential downloader (which is a full download + seeding to 150%) is going to be long enough to have a healthy swarm. In the case of files under 100 MB, torrents are not useful, and we can turn to those filesharing services which don't make you wait.
If he didn't deliberately copy levels, the rest of the concept counts as original art, I believe. Not that legal pressure won't be able to circumvent fair use as it always does in the hands of large corporations, but simply pointing it out.
I know better than to dare read the actual articles nowadays. It's never anything but disappointment.
I believe this is actually because the JVM for 7 hasn't made it to the Mac yet.
do I watch instead of Ice Road Truckers?
Th UA system is tine we just spend absolutely no money on IT and NetAdmin outside of what the government needs. Ergo this is no surprise.
University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Funny enough, I already have one of these laying around somewhere, made from tape, spare wires, and love. Though, I had to do funky stuff with 2/3 to get it to accept a charge.
It seems the majority don't logick upside-down, so you're in sparse company.
Essentially, yes. I meant only by my original post that at least one party in this make-work relationship has an obviously useful skill set that isn't employed for the most obvious reason. I was also trying to imply that this makes irrelevant any social issues involved because the issues would not present themselves in a stronger economy. In no way, though, was I implying that my understanding of macroeconomics is as flawed as that of those like the idiot who happens to represent my district in Congress, (sigh).
Yet another side effect of the bad economy.