The AC was not calling phantomfive anything. The AC was simply stating a fact.
Not unless they had "the circle of poo" in mind when they wrote it. Bill Gates is a career criminal who has hidden his wealth in a charitable foundation which invests the bulk of its money in evil corporations which kill people. You idiots who think he's a good guy now are just that, idiots.
All I got out of it is that he was disturbed by CM asking him to use a CM account, with a big fat "Skip" on the screen so you don't have to. Then he says he didn't know you could do that at the time. I presume it's because he can't read, because Skip means skip.
What do people that have contributed to the code base get? Who is getting money for this? I don't understand how you can go from an opensource project to a for-profit project.
You, too, can download the sources and fork CM. Have at!
Also, what kind of innovative code compliance will you need for wiring from every window?
It won't be that bad with grid-tie microinverters for every pair of windows or so. The complexity is comparable to adding lighting.
Older Thinkpads are among the laptops with the best Linux support you can find.
Well, I had an A21p and the NIC wasn't supported. And the only other factory option was a combo card with a supported NIC, but an unsupported modem. That's just one guy with one machine, but it made me grumpy.
I put them on the steel scrap pile, because I have one. I have never ever EVER had one ignite in those conditions, and I've had them soaked with gasoline, diesel fuel, biodiesel, carb cleaner, brake cleaner, clean motor oil, dirty motor oil, diesel kleen diesel additive, QD electronics cleaner, and probably lots of other things. Some of these are solvents that flash off rapidly. Some of them take a lot longer and leave something behind. None of them have burst into flame. The spontaneous combustion thing is restricted to exceptional circumstances, like fumes building up in an enclosed area with a spark, or broken glass which acts as a lens concentrating the rays of the sun. Of course, garage fires would be rarer if the former of those were a more exceptional circumstance. I don't put the oily rags back into the hamper. That would be a Bad Idea(tm). Into the trash can, likewise. But only if it's in the sun.
If you do not spend your money and hold it, you are deferring your claim on resources and allowing those resources to grow the economy instead of being consumed by yourself.
You're drawing a distinction between "using resources" and "not using resources" and thinking it's a distinction between consumption and investment. That's not accurate.
I imagine an ENIAC would need hundreds of years to verify the blockchain by now.
If its exclusive, i guess they will render my perfectly fine 3Gs a virtual brick.
Look on the bright side. This might be what finally spurs support for your phone from an alternative operating system.
Sure, mock me or call me an MS shill if you want, but it's the only tablet out there that's 10 inch, has expandable storage, and I can be reasonably assured that I'll get software updates on a regular basis.
Doesn't Asus have Transformers with 10" and expandable storage?
How cute. People actually needing their truck for the job. That's the vast minority.
The F-450 is sufficiently ungainly to where most people will not drive one for vanity. I do know of one F-450 pickup truck conversion, which has a shortened frame and a custom bed, but even it is regularly used for towing.
You can get a Leaf for about 22k after tax breaks, which means you don't break even on fuel costs for well after the life of the car (12 years),
I'd imagine that the range will be somewhat decreased, but if most Leafs which haven't been piloted into a tree (etc) aren't still operating in 12 years, I will be shocked. Hopefully not literally.