And it doesn't look like there will be a true SL7:
A lot of gearboxes on modern cars are "fly-by-wire", so selecting N may not work. How about some way to mechanically disengage the engine from the driving wheels? You could make it foot-operated and install it to the left of the brake pedal.
... they would have patented it then sued everyone for having mass.
It's British vs American English usage. We Brits treat companies as plurals.
Let's get Bobby Tables out of the way.
Fedora torrents are located here.
As someone pointed out, what if you have all 20 flat cells rotation to point at the sun 24/7.
Then it would be a pretty damned good trick (without constantly changing its geographical location).
Bravo, Mr AC, bravo.
I can see it now, every low-life scrote using that as an excuse for their actions.
"Yeah, I couldn't help meself from robbin' those cars. I've got me that Assburger's, ain't I?"
Doesn't matter how strong a password is, xkcd have it covered.
For shits and giggles, I tried photocopying a £20 note on our new colour copier in the office. I ended up with an A4 sheet of black toner.
Can he use his new robotic hand to deploy and build mini-sentries?
(I'd be moving to Fedora but RPM is a known ingredient in software of mass destruction...)
The 1990s called. They'd like their preconceptions about RPM back.
How much would you be willing to pay per game hour?
Good question. According to this blog, "30 yuan will buy you 4000 minutes of gametime and 15 yuan will buy you 2000 minutes of gametime. That's $0.06 per hour played."
That works out at US$4 for 4000 minutes, which would be about £3. Obviously, Chinese pricing reflects the local economy. 4000 minutes is 66h 40m, so say that's 2 hours a night for a month. Lowest UK monthly subscription is £7.69, so if I could get 4000 minutes for £7-£8 that expired after 90 days, I'd probably go for it.