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Comment: Re:Blindness / Bad Idea (Score 2) 376

by Rainwulf (#46226679) Attached to: Laser Headlights Promise More Intense, Controllable Beams

An accident waiting to happen can be applied to anything sharp, hard, fast, heavy, chemicial, high voltage or high current or controlled by a human. What a stupid riposte to a cool new technology.

The dangers of this have aready been taken into consideration, being a lot of safeguards and cut offs that fail safe. Your response has been used against anything possibly dangerous that has ever existed or been created. You must be a conservative.

Comment: My 2 bitcents. (Score 1) 292

by Rainwulf (#43065715) Attached to: A New Version of MS Office Every 90 Days

Wait, can anyone tell me WHY anyone would want to get new features and upgrade word processing software?
What possible new features could there be to make it worth paying for software on a monthly basis, unless its in its current form broken or unusuable?
If its broken and unusable, it should be fixed for free, since you have already paid for it once. I cant think for the life of me what i would need a new version of office for.
Hell I was still using office 2003 until 3 years ago.
The only reason to upgrade would be due to planned obsolescence..
oh MICROSOFT.

Sorry. Dunno what i was thinking.
This is a company that replaces a start menu with something that's not a start menu because.. well i dunno honestly.
Did ANYONE say "I wish the start menu was the size of my entire screen, and as a bonus, open all of my apps in huge fonts and large formats for a touch screen and thus not actually be a start menu at all."

I have been using windows since 3.11.

I remember in the days when you could change your background colour in an explorer window. Try doing that now.
It seems microsoft has been innovating by making the software harder to customize to your needs, harder to use, and thus..
oh of course.

MICROSOFT

I keep getting away from myself here.
Microsoft needs to listen to its customers for once. I own a small business, and to me, customers are PURE GOLD.

Comment: Re:3X expansion? (Score 1) 77

by Rainwulf (#37511332) Attached to: Superior Anode For Lithium-Ion Batteries Developed

No, the anode matrix has the physical dimensions designed to store the lithium at its maximum size.
This limitation of the anode matrix is why its incredibly dangerous to overcharge a lithium based battery, as once the anode matrix is full of lithium, it has nowhere else to go, hence.. boom.

This technology is special in that its allowing a much greater growth in the size of the stored particles, while still maintaining electrical contact during discharge, and allowing the full particle size when charging. The anode matrix itself is just designed to hold the lithium compounts while maintaining electrical contact, and yet stopping the anode and cathode from shorting together which once again ends in boom.

Thats the issue with lithium technology, charge too fast, boom, discharge too fast, boom, charge to long, boom.
Pretty well do exactly what it says it can do, otherwise, boom.

Microsoft

+ - Microsoft Bans Some Open Source Licenses from WP7 ->

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rhyous
rhyous writes "Microsoft is not going to allow GPL onto their phones.

Quotes:

"Microsoft has stated that its Windows Phone 7 marketplace will reject any apps that use the GPL (GNU General Public License) and similar licenses.

“The Windows Phone Marketplace supports several open source licenses, including BSD, MIT, Apache Software License 2.0, MS-PL and other similar permissive licenses. We revise our Application Provider Agreement from time to time based on customer and developer feedback, and we are exploring the possibility of modifying it to accommodate additional open source-based applications in upcoming revisions.”

For more information on the differences between the BSD License and the GPL, read this post.

Differences between the BSD/FreeBSD Copyrights and the GNU Public License (GPL)
http://www.rhyous.com/2010/04/02/differences-betweent-the-bsdfreebsd-copyrights-and-the-the-gnu-public-license-gpl/"

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