This is engine noise being piped through the sound system, it's not going to help a blind person on the street at all.
There are two reasons I would like to see "Blackhat": The cinematography and Tang Wei. I'm curious to see how Tang Wei is in an American movie after she was blacklisted in China. She seems likes a capable actor so I would like to see her get new opportunities.
For the cinematography, it was decent for the most part. There's still something weird in both Blackhat and Public Enemies where there are a couple of hand-held shots that look like they were shot on cheap camcorders, and it's such a terrible contrast to how the rest of the movie looks. Also there are a few foot chase scenes that are hand-held and the picture just shakes too damn much.
Tang Wei does a decent job in a pretty thankless role, IMO.
You'll be heading from the LEGO Friends line brigade soon enough!
Toronto outsourced half the garbage collection, crew size stayed the same, except the private company doing it now demands the wheelie bins be positioned in one exact certain way as they sit on the curb. The unionized workers never demanded any such thing. Oh, and it didn't save nearly the money that our former outsourcing-crazed mayor claimed it would. I'm sure he got a nice kickback from the company though.
I guess it's time to get my old job back.
What possible reason is there for such a list, other than spam?
One of the big things I see with respect to U.S. elections is that there are far too many thing crammed onto the ballot every two years. Simplify it! Every 4 years you get your presidential vote, along with senate and house, and the off 2 years you get senate and house. Put anything else on other days. Federal elections could have a standardized ballot across the entire country, no dimpled cards or hanging chads.
The Bitcoin True Believers are of the opinion that the blockchain is some magical fool-proof system, when it's clearly not. Like all True Believers, they never let the facts get in the way of their proselytizing.
Check out TimeCrimes http://www.imdb.com/title/tt04... it's pretty fun. It's not great sci-fi epic, the action stays in a small area, which makes it a lot more satisfying IMO
No, not really. Leap seconds are a known quantity, make sure your code handles it.
Beats by Dell, yo!
I promise you, if there are ever again 4 idiots with carpet knifes trying to hold up a plane, they have exactly ZERO chance of survival.
That's because the next time it won't be with carpet knives.
I've heard it most along the lines of "Beer for writing, coffee for editing," but then I hang out with a lot of writers so they're biased to a certain task
"If we don't spend $X on security, including training, it will cost the company $Z if we get breached. Up to you."