The article doesn't really say anything. For starters, it took me a while to realize she's talking only about computer games, and then even more specifically only about first person adventures / RPGs. From what I understood from the list of problems, I got that you decide on game mechanics and then generally boss people around.
i have dropped my droid4 like 7-8 times now from waist height, no scratches, no cracks.
just this terrible pain in all the diods down his left side...
Do you realize that in addition to urinating in water, why, there are studies underway to urinate in salt, flour, fruit juices, soup, sugar, milk... ice cream. Ice cream, Mandrake, children's ice cream.
At least in Slovenia, a PhD program isn't free, it costs about 3000eur per year. Fortunately, we have this great "Young researcher" program where the state research agency basically pays both your tuition and your salary. And yes, it's available for foreigners too.
Yes, things are expensive in Europe, but a large majority of students here can afford to own a car. You know, not having to pay for college does wonders.
There's a bullet with your nationality, gender, race, occupation and marital status on it. The trick is, sit back and grow older before it finds you.
Either you don't understand Slashdot's native language, or you don't understand English. In any case, the Enlish "nor" is short for "neither", which is true as long as both inputs are false, exactly like a NOR gate.
Did you ever try Kate or KDevelop with its vi input mode? I don't use vi myself, but am interested in how that works out.
or, in the rest of the world, "Americans"
While they are only two keys apart, they are on different hands. Not much chance of accidental key presses.
Well, Chang'e was not only made in China, but is currently about 400.000 km away and appears stuck. I doubt things are going much better for Hop'e.
Then they can just start counting in German.
Yes, while we're at it, let's call it OneDriver, or in German, EinFuhrer. Nobody will dispute this trademark!
Getting everything done is the enemy of getting something done.
This works both ways, unfortunately.
Some C programmers, when confronted with a cross-platform problem, think "I know, I'll embed the Python interpreter." Now the program is not fast enough to calculate how many problems they have.
Because you don't want to use differents API for DNS lookups on different platforms, you want to "write once, run everywhere". Considering the above-mentioned Qt already exists, I thought this was a solved problem, but apparently Chrome-fans have to reinvent the wheel.