My face after reading your comment: D:
just build their system around some cross platform technology? I'd find it much better for teens to be able to choose the computer they want, Mac, Windows, or Ubuntu, it shouldn't matter... Forcing them all into one system is junk.
Now if you'll excuse me, I must get back to doing my school work on my laptop, which is running Ubuntu 10.04
(16 year old homeschooled dude)
I've looked all over youtube and all I've found is rendered examples of how it bends the light.... I want to see how this works in real life!
Best I've found: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeiFcJC7diA
While I've only used Luminance HDR, it's nice to know I have other options.
How will this affect the average teen who uses Ubuntu?
That was... amazing.
Sorry, and thank you for correcting me.
I've read many times how big an affect it had on games, but I don't really care for Sim type games...
So I ask my (MUCH) older fellow geeks, is this really worth the time to learn to play it?
Why are we still worried about mono? If Microsoft does anything shifty couldn't we sue them for breaking their oath/contract/thing?
Some programming languages manage to absorb change, but withstand progress. -- Epigrams in Programming, ACM SIGPLAN Sept. 1982