...by writing a simple page and putting it under load on a Sun E4500... which was the front end of our dot-com's website. We were only invisible to the rest of the world for a few minutes, thankfully...
Next week, OneWeb's lisping president, Richmond Valentine, will announce free SIM cards for EVERYONE.
Well, you can't just go chasing after every so-called protocol some Finn throws out there, you know.
Clearly Microsoft just felt it best to wait 20 years for the spec to settle down enough that it would attract a few users.
Congratulations, fellow Slashdotters, for (predictably?) hewing to the opposite end of the spectrum from the people in the articles.
If their side says, "Hawaiian culture and spirituality is of paramount importance, your science has no place on our sacred mountain," calling them extreme and then saying that science is of paramount importance and their culture and spirituality should be given no weight whatsoever... doesn't make you look like the good guys. In fact, it only gives them more evidence that supporters of science are every bit as extreme and closed-minded.
I work full-time at a big telescope on Maunakea, and have a further part-time job using one of the smaller telescopes on Maunakea, as well as other jobs outside astronomy. I go to Maunakea in person, and interact with TMT's opponents in person. The situation is a lot more nuanced to me than a bunch of Internet Tough Guys could hope to begin to understand, but I just wanted to let you know that no, you're actually not helping.
Are you comfortable with angry people walking around with no money, nothing to do, and completely desperate?
Well, we have that already, yes? Except now, when you see some bum panhandling, there's so much uncertainty over whether he wound up there because he was a jerk, or because of circumstances beyond his control.
We had interrupts, and "IRQ conflicts" and so on and so forth.
Sounds like a MUD, only graphical. Not sure how many MUDders are still around and have enough free time to appreciate it.
Basemark X results across all vendors are at http://results.rightware.com/b...
The iPhone 6 is around #17. iPhone 5s, #21.
Of course, everything else in the top 25 is running quad-core CPUs at 2+ GHz.
iPhones? Dual-core at 1.3-1.4 GHz.
That's some crazy math right there.
It's just a 4K screen with a parity K.
I live on an active volcano (Mauna Loa), work on a dormant volcano (Mauna Kea) and am maybe 20 miles from a town (Pahoa) that might be in the crosshairs of an even more active, currently erupting volcano (Kilauea) right now. We have earthquakes all the time; I rarely even notice anything under a magnitude 4 to 5. Oh, and we also get hurricanes like AC mentioned, and tsunamis, and of course the sharks and poisonous sea urchins... Kinda funny, having grown up back on the east coast, where people will freak out over the smallest tremor. Someday I'll move back there and be all serene because nothing will seem exciting.
My wife Viv worked as a flight coordinator. "Give me a flight to Dallas with a seat that Shaq could fit in" would not faze her in the least.
if the 400 million is really the only overrun that's an astonishing record for the federal goverment
This. Compared to the James Webb Space Telescope - a ten-year, $500 million project that has turned into a 21-year, $8.8 billion project so far, that's chickenscratch.
(But I still want them to finish JWST and launch it.)
I know, Occam's Razor would explain this by simply having all airline employees be psychic, but in fact, when you call and talk to someone, they note what you talked about, then when you call and talk to an entirely different person who magically knows what you talked about before, they're just reading that note. OMG!
Like others, I've had to deal with these guys for ages. It was because of them that I put MY address on WHOIS records of domains I host for un-clued people (back when I was in hosting) - otherwise the domains would have gone their way.