The app (or plugin) I want will pick a random 1-5 minute sections out of a collection of videos. This would be great for LAN parties or Weddings. Currently there is nothing that can do this short of breaking the video into chunks yourself then randomizing them with VLC.
I doubt they've even heard of Minecrift, although I'm sure they'll nuke it from orbit if this deal goes through . . .
The name is exactly what they're after (and sequels with that name attached). Don't underestimate the brand power that Minecraft has with kids.
I have always used SADX not WASD. The real reason for WASD is that it mimics the placement of the arrow keys; however, SADX is much more ergonomic as your middle finger isn't constanty overstretched
I have 2 10TB RAID 6 servers running Debian that sync every night. There is also a emergency backup on Windows that is just 4 2.5 tb drives chained together.
The game you want is Starflight 2
Coding isn't just about writing amazingly optimized code, or running as close to the metal as you can get; or heck, it isn't even about not crashing. The whole reason for Java and the other high level languages is so that less analytical geniuses and more artists/thinkers can get into programing. Notch is a perfect example of a regular guy, who isn't really the greatest coder or artist, but never-the-less, still managed to outdo every single 100+ team dev house. Why? 1. the balls to buck absolutely every convention. 2. the presence of high level abstracted languages and libraries for him to build on. 3. the willingness to borrow from what comes before (Infiniminer, Dwarf Fortress, Gary's Mod) 4. pure damn luck. Notch is a phenomenon, not simply because minecraft is an amazing game, but because we love a rags-to-riches storyline
I drive exactly the posted speed limit as I'm paid by the hour and by the mile; however, if it's snowing (which it usually is) I go 10-15 under.
I'm still seeing these burnt up Nvidia chips get replaced with the same identical board on warranty repairs, and still finding busted caps on certain (cough gx270 gx280 cough) models.
I'll take government bias over corporate bias any day of the week. I'm pretty sure what the government is trying to sell me. Untangling the various interests of the corporate media would be too much like work
That's not even taking the constant commercial interruption into account. I'll bet I receive nearly double the content over a similar time period when I'm catching up on the BBC over NPR in the mornings.
Tony Jaa in The Protector. One of the best single shot scene's I've ever seen for sure.
They have a thing called National Public Radio, which provides access to news, weather, and emergency information when the net is down
:D CANCEL THAT CABLE!
Rowan_u (859287) writes "Some of us are probably aware of Jonny Lees hardhacked Wiimote, providing head track 3d on a budget. For anyone thats not familiar with it, the tech works by taking advantage of humans other (besides stereo vision) great 3d sensing technique, parallax. Head track 3d works by updating the parallax of objects in a rendered scene based on the motion of the viewer. This creates a very convincing 3d effect. Microsoft's Kinect should be easily capable of creating this effect."
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Couldn't a self-respecting nerd simply bypass the paid priority by tunneling into a non-double-dipped protocol? (ping tunnel comes to mind). If mole-bashing becomes an issue, simply tunnel through a protocol they cannot mess with, like http. Tunneling may be in a nerd only realm now, but it could easily become as ubiquitous as (insert kid friendly p2p app) here.
The reason all modern d-pads suck is that Nintendo has a patent on the "good" d-pad