And ubuntu's community has to spend time dealing with the newbies, that's a huge weight off of debian's shoulders, it's a symbiotic relationship.
64.5% iphone owners couldn't reach anybody because all the lines were busy.
it's all fun and games until somebody gets hurt, then it's just fun.
Step 3 is more like ???
No, seriously, step 3 is more like, "you have to press 'Yes' to continue"
I hate having to be the one going against slashdot's popular opinion, but not everybody is interested in playing the same game for several years.
The common gamer just wants new games with better graphics every once in a while.
Older devices will have a trimmed down version of the iPhone OS 4.0 which will not include multitasking because the older devices have 128MB of RAM.
They will most probably have the ads API.
"In multitasking, if you see a task manager, they blew it. Users shouldn’t have to ever, ever, ever think about that stuff."
Fast forward a year
"In this new iPhone OS 5.0, we've working on a new revolutionary feature, a real task manager, this is going to greatly improve your experience with the devices, it's so great, even we are amazed!"
I heard those processes use a lot of resources and change radically your configuration for a long time.
I have a question, if 2^n-1 can only be a prime if n is a prime... would using the new 12M digit prime in the article as n, result in a new bigger prime? can it be repeated?
"Autodesk countered that because it licenses the software, rather than selling it outright, a licensee does not have the right to resell its products"
Vernor is passing that same license to a new owner, he's not duplicating it.
But now software licenses are tied to a single real life person and can't be transferred, you paid for it and now it's yours forever.
That is very cool, does it run on windows?
Bret Taylor says:
When we started, we did use Twisted. In practice, I found Twisted tedious. The deferred abstraction works, but I didn't love it in practice. Likewise, the HTTP/web support in Twisted is very chaotic (see http://twistedmatrix.com/trac/wiki/WebDevelopment
Given all those factors, it didn't seem to provide a lot of value. Our core I/O loop is actually pretty small and simple, and I think resulted in fewer bugs than would have come up if we had used Twisted.
Yeah sure, it is never Apples fault.
Oh please. On Slashdot Apple's guilty until proven to be linux.
Fixed it for you.
In EVE you can buy In-Game cards to extend your subscription, if you have enough ISK, which the farmers most definitely have.