Hello AC. It is extremely noticeable you have cited nothing to support your inflammatory anecdote.
You had UPS? I remember having to wait weeks for the results of our FORTRAN cards to come back to us students.
The teacher brought the stack of punch cards into the room, and I'm guessing he must have driven a Chevrolet Suburban to get to school.
Anecdotal confirmation from an AC doesn't amount to a whole lot.
Skynet is already live in China now. They seem to be the early adopters.
After I RTFA, it seems a Jägerbomb icon might be more desirable and appropriate. I haven't realized it before, but Slashdot really needs a Jägerbomb icon!
And I wasn't merely implying fortification. But that Jägermeister is fun to pass around and break the ice with new folks you meet and need to get along with for a short time anyway. I don't know where it comes from, but I was in such a couchette when someone stepped onboard somewhere and brought out a big bottle of Jägermeister and taught me this trick on a long overnight train ride all the way across Germany. It was more fun this way for sure!
I applied a variation of this trick in France myself, with wine. On a long day's journey with French rail, I couldn't afford to pay their high price for a tiny bottle of water, and I really needed to drink more water that day. It was hot and I was on the train for hours and hours. I survived, but it wasn't so much fun. On the way back, I had to change trains at Gare Noord plus I had a little extra time. So I went to the grocery store across the street and bought about 2 liters of water, a similar-size box of wine, and a staggering amount of disposable plastic drinking cups which cost about 59 cents; the total was like 4 euros. That's about the cost of a tiny bottle of water on French rail. French rail wasn't making any sales of wine or water off anyone, seated anywhere near me in those tiny TGV 2nd-class seats.
No, but a long overnight train ride in a tiny crowded couchette maybe.
Perhaps, but if you happen to be travelling from The Netherlands to Austria, across Germany on an overnight train, Jägermeister can help to ease the journey with your new neighbors, especially if it helps everyone get some sleep. This is what is what invented for I think.
That A.C. Gilbert Chemistry is widely considered to be the Gold Standard, and is what most-likely initially inspired the notable chemical researcher Walter White of Albuquerque.
Sadly, Walter White passed-away this past year: http://articles.latimes.com/2013/oct/04/entertainment/la-et-st-breaking-bad-albuquerque-newspaper-runs-obit-for-walter-white-20131004
Did he patent this refueling process, or is any automobile manufacture able to develop compatible engines? If this were to happen, and the concept went mainstream, could the Earth's ionosphere ever be brought back into electrical harmony as it once was before, and what would the consequences be like?
This technology might be further refined and made very useful for flying cars one day also.
I use google calendar and gmail, (and Google Domains for Business, grandfather-style for free, along with my own domain). My Nokia N9 uses the Exchange API for syncing, to compliment the browser interfaces for these services.
Meeting notifications and confirmations just work, no matter which device is being used.
One might consider the privacy issues, but for ease and reliability, google is doing it for me, free.
If you are forwarding the call, won't you be charged at the $2 a minute destination? How do you plan to avoid being charged the high fee yourself?
True. But only when/if Intel chooses not to be in the simple foundry business. When they choose to be market leaders, they've also chosen to give themselves enough wiggle-room to opt out of less-desirable deals. Intel wants to do both engineering of, *and* commodity production of, silicon.
Sorry, replying to my own post, because I meant to reply to the AC GP in my previous post. I hit the wrong message in the thread to reply to.
Yes. Back in the day we had FORTRAN and we liked it. Especially punching the cards and waiting for everything to come back.
Now would you mind stepping over and on to the sidewalk so I can water that patch of grass you're standing on?