I see the strategy. This and a service like Summly mixed together. Intelligent shared content on a huge scale. That could actually be something pretty awesome. Really make Twitter totally obsolete.
German's may not want to watch, in fear of being offended.
Guess they'll ask to remove Hitler and nazi suggestions.
Godwin's Law hit already. Geeze!
US != The World
It would be fanastic for us that work in the audio industry to have some sort of DSP acceleration coprocessors for audio, but there's not enough demand to make that affordable so we can only wait for GPUs to become more flexible and realtime friendly, or CPUs to become more parallel.
You can very easily buy audio DSP co-processor quite cheaply. Connect via Firewire or USB, PCIe, or as a standalone unit.
Pro Tools HD being one of the most widely used DSP co-processors. Write your own RTAS or AAX plugin, you can use the DSPs.
If you really want to get down to prototyping, use Matlab and buy a SHARC dev board.
DSP is being used in almost all audio hardware these days. Consoles, compressors, EQs, it's all going digital. The demand is huge.
I live in the UK, don't think I have ever seen a F150. I see very few pickups too.
Well I haven't seen it rolled out to anyone yet so they're holding back the ads. Vapourware as far as I care.
Not seen the new news feed either.
RISCOS for the first 15 or so years of my life, then Windows for 3-4, then to OS X for the last 10.
I do use Linux but only for specific reasons, such as web and proxy servers. BSD for storage.
Lies, damned lies, and statistics.
Sony already do this. Many games now come with a code that you redeem from he Playstation Store. You get very basic features such as arcade mode or you can only play to certain levels unless you download the unlock file. Now you can buy an used game and purchase a new code, but you may as well purchase a new version as it may work out cheaper that way.
I hate it when people cry foul when Apple patches a jailbreak method. I find visiting a web page or opening a PDF that can root your device then automatically installs binaries and run them without user intervention that has full access to your whole phone quite worrying.
I do wonder if someone has maliciously used a jailbreak methods on their own web site, installing binaries remotely without the user knowing, and then taking data. How do you find out if this has happened?
I'm seeing more and more one time activation codes for PS3 games, not sure if this happens on the Xbox. If you do sell on the game, the person that bought it has to purchase a new code from the PS Store for around £10. It makes second hand games almost worthless to sell to stores that buy used games.
CFLs are used for photography and video, either spiral 100-300W bulbs or tubes from Kino Flo. The problem with LEDs is the red, green and blue transmissions are not the same as the coloured filters on Bayer pattern on the camera sensors. CFLs have been designed to have the transmissions in the right part of the spectrum, with a CRI of 98%+ so they are pretty much wideband. They also work well mixed with HMI lights too.
LEDs should get better over time, hopefully. They're currently only allowed for ENG use in TV