And beard stroking.............
Agree about the price............Not sure if you can buy these in the US but interesting nontheless, provding you can get the discounts.......... - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/columnists/mike-rutherford/8343431/Mr-Money-The-price-is-right-or-maybe-it-isnt.html.
In addition it would be nice if you could do it by right clicking anywhere on the page / tab. The only option there is to bookmark the current tab (or page as it calls it).........
Not too bad. I would expect several hours from both. Just curious which would go first! Thanks for replying.
I have an N8 too. Would be interested in your findings. So far, the N8 battery seems pretty good.
The N8 does it I've noticed. So Symbian 3 or whatever it is called now.
You're in the UK right? It's quite amusing that they are having to get someone in the UK to fix code from India that could well have been off shored there from the UK in the first place. Good for you!
Developer Fabien Sanglard has written a code review for id Software's iPhone port of Doom. It's an interesting look into how the original 1993 game (which he also reviewed to understand its rendering process) was adapted to a modern platform. "Just like Wolfenstein 3D, Doom was rendering a screenframe pixel per pixel. The only way to do this on iPhone with an acceptable framerate would be to use CoreSurface/CoreSurface.h framework. But it is unfortunately restricted and using it would prevent distribution on the AppStore. The only solution is to use OpenGL, but this comes with a few challenges: Doom was faking 3D with a 2D map. OpenGL needs real 3D vertices. More than 3D vertices, OpenGL needs data to be sent as triangles (among other things because they are easy to rasterize). But Doom sectors were made of arbitrary forms. Doom 1993's perspective was also faked, it was actually closer to an orthogonal projection than a perspective projection. Doom was using VGA palette indexing to perform special effect (red for damage, silver for invulnerable...)."
Me too. If you find out, let me know!
feldhaus writes "The BBC reports that the first beams for over one year have been successfully sent around the complete circumference of the Large Hadron Collider. Engineers do not yet have a stable circulating beam but they hope to by 0600 GMT on Saturday."
That sounds like how things turned out for me! You don't have kids now do you? Things change and I'm not complaining, but wish I had appreciated the spare time I had 10 or so years ago..............
Interesting. I'm fascinated by secret aircraft stories. I guess I just like hearing about future tech, in whatever form that takes. There is a lot of disinformation and fiction regarding this subject but at least some of it has to be true.
Running 500 at the moment myself. Yes, I'm insane too, but it works great for me.