Is the consumer ready to pay 100x the original cost?
Absolutely in my case, at least when it comes to OpenSSL.
I happened to read about this story last night, so here's a few more interesting links:
More technical report: http://norskmeteornettverk.no/wordpress/?p=1399
YouTube channel with the original, non-edited videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/DarkFlightMeteorite/videos
First I thought it sounded like a hoax promoting a camera or skydiving equipment, but I now think it is legit. Or a very elaborate hoax!
I also have a link to a realtime predicted tide generator which takes about 30 seconds to calculate the information it sends back.
Off-topic but could you share the link to this? I was looking for something like it and couldn't find a good one anywhere.
I've listened to a DVD Audio disc and the audio quality is _phenomenal_, especially the crystal-clear treble playing back high notes on a piano, a piccolo or cymbals.
In your mind only. Or it was differently mastered than the CD. CD quality is perfect for human hearing. Higher bitrates and frequencies achieve nothing as you can't hear it anyway. DVD-A or SACD may be better for dogs though. Or bats.
Kansas City is actually close to the mean center of the U.S. population, which is near Springfield, MO.
Because this is an article about just one case? For the full list for all European cartel cases since 2001, see here:
Span desktop background across all monitors.
About. Damn. Time.
This already works on Windows 7, at least with monitors with the same resolution. You need to have a picture that has exactly the resolution of your monitors combined, and then select "Tile" as the option for the background. I have a part of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field as background picture, with a resolution of 2100x1680, and it spans nicely across my two 1050x1680 screens (they are vertical).