Step 1: Turn on "NBC Nightly News" any weeknight at 6:30PM ET
Step 2: Wait for the penis pill commercials and the painful vaginal intercourse after menopause commercials to come on
Step 3: ???
Step 4: Profit!
Step 1: Turn on "NBC Nightly News" any weeknight at 6:30PM ET
I like most of the Sikhs I've met both in the U.S and India.
BTW: my friend Esther Schindler works for Jaspreet, editing Druva's corporate blog, and she thinks he's a pretty good guy.
My mistake. I meant to type 'Mumbai' but typed 'Bangalore' by mistake. Sorry about that.
The trackball was the weakness of the 8820, any of the later bold models with the optical trackball would be vastly superior from a reliability standpoint.
I bought my wife a Motorola Tundra. She doesn't want a smart phone, but she does want something that will get reception in the boonies and survive the rigors of horse back riding (or falling off said horse). I have seen that phone light up while at the bottom of a 3' deep creek, and she called me on it after taking a dive off a horse and was in need of an ambulance. So it passes my tests
It was great... until the other filesystems caught up while it was not under development.
It was great... until it went on a rampage and murdered your data. I kid, but I'm also serious. When it was in current development, no other fs was as efficient with small files, and there's a lot of those on the average Unix system so that's of great interest. But it also was the least reliable filesystem in common use. So it was really never worth using.
I can't opt out of paying the advertising tax (through everyday higher prices of every single damn object I purchase).
You can't opt out completely, not if you want to be a functioning member of society, but you can mitigate the issue by choosing to buy as many products as possible which are not advertised. One of the nifty things about the web is that you can actually find those products now...
And since Android app crash rates are actually lower than iOS
You're wrong, unless you can provide equally large-scale, cross-platform metrics. Compare the iOS 8 (most popular iOS version with about 85% usage share) crash rates (most recently 2.05%) with KitKat 4.4 (60% share) at 2.53% crash rate.
Motorola made an e-Ink candybar phone for India at one point, is that still around? Would it be useful in any other countries, given the frequencies? It was supposed to have more or less best-ever battery life, like a month of standby or something nutty like that, and days of talk time.
Fear is mostly an electrochemical process in a biological system. To call it silly is pretty dismissive of its role in our evolution. Now how supposedly rational, logical, thinking beings react to their fear is worthy of consideration.
Those mistakes, which Jaspreet shares freely with us, are like a business school 'Start-Up Pitfalls' class. You may never want to do your own startup, but if you're a developer or otherwise involved with the software industry, there's a good chance that you'll have a chance to work for one at some point. And if you have that chance, you'll be glad you watched this video (or read the transcript) before you take the startup plunge.
by "link" I assume you are using a colloquialism for directions to a specific resource. One might think of it as a "Universal Resource Locator".
For instance, there is a "link" to http://www.ipcc.ch/pdf/assessm... but that does not identify the specific resources you are looking for. To do so, we would need to provide a more specific PAIR of links, for example:
http://www.ipcc.ch/pdf/assessm... Page 131, Figure 1.4, TAR predictions 2001-2030
http://www.ipcc.ch/pdf/assessm... Page 131, Figure 1.4, Observed Temperature Anomalies
Now, you can argue the quality of the data, the accuracy of the models, and the legitimacy of the authors all you like. But these are TWO fully defined links to the exact information you are looking for.
If you would like to offer up your home address, I will personally pay for a special needs assistant to come to your residence, open a web browser for you, scroll to page 131, show you figure 1.4, and read aloud to you the text and description.
The burden of proof my friend, now lays on your shoulders.
I agree wholeheartedly. Sadly, the handwriting for this has been on the wall for some time. I can only hope Debian's Iceweasel port of Firefox does not adopt this "feature".
This makes me start to wonder if there is a reduced capability browser -- something leaner and meaner, focused militantly on privacy and even going so far as to deliberately not support portions of HTML5 (e.g. DRM).
Coders of the world, here's a niche you could fill...
I have been considering going the other way entirely and switching to sea-monkey as I already use both firefox and thunderbird but both have been being shit upon by mozzila devs but from what i have seen seamonkey seems to get less abuse and lets me continue to use my addons.
The difficulty in replacing it is of course a factor. People could buy a CPU+memory package as an upgrade for a motherboard, though, and still use card-slot peripherals like extra network cards and such. Many motherboards even in the enthusiast space now have networking, sound, lots of USB, and lots of SATA onboard.
I'd pay a few hundred dollars for a mid-line CPU with mid-high GPU and 16 or 32 GB of ultrafast memory on a card that mounts onto the motherboard in a great big socket. Heck, that motherboard could then have DIMM slots for a few GB of slower DDR3 just as a RAM cache for the drives. Better yet for a server would be 32GB of HBM with 128GB of DDR3 or DDR4 swap space.
This all assumes HP or IBM doesn't make it to market with memristors / big racetrack memory that's much faster still. Any of that, too, though, would benefit from being more tightly coupled to the CPU.
People aren't so much scared of what could happen as they are about inability to do anything about it.
Being careful around traffic makes getting hit by a big truck less likely. Diet and exercise are not panaceas but are mitigating factors for lots of medical conditions even if you're genetically or epigenetically predisposed to them. Modern medicine, although imperfect, gives us far greater control over both of those types of things even after the fact.
In a plane crash, unless you're the pilot or mechanic, there's not much you can do. In an asteroid strike, unless it's a smaller one we know is coming and can evacuate people, there's not much anyone can do. With a disease with a high infection rate, high mortality rate and no known effective treatment, such as Ebola until recently was, there's not much that can be done other than avoiding high-risk areas and quarantining people in those high-risk areas.
Regardless of the odds, people fear loss of control sometimes as much or more than the actual negative impacts. Some competitive team sports athletes have a more difficult time watching their team from the sidelines after an injury than they have emotional difficulty in their recovery.