No worries people, because drivers will soon become obsolete anyway...
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Indeed. If you do A = B + C, where A is the new technology, and B and C are existing technologies, then the operation "+" should be sufficiently advanced for the patent on A to be approved.
And here I thought that they would be making trucks filled with concrete and with big nozzles attached that could print houses, roads and bridges...
This guy was trying a new editor named "vi", but didn't know how to properly exit it:
I don't understand the "defusing" of a kitten by a laser pointer...
Didn't Feyman once say:
If you think you understand quantum mechanics, you don't understand quantum mechanics.
When Linux was first introduced, your response was probably: sigh, another operating system. I've been using Windows for over 10 years now.
what you're seeing is that when a company becomes dominant, its dominance precludes it from dominating the next thing. It's almost like a natural law of business.
You mean like how Google, after it dominated search, didn't dominate web-based e-mail, and online videos?
But entropy could go asymptotically to zero as time goes to minus infinity.
So I still do not see the problem.
Of course, the distro should include a copy of all versions of IE, to test your website on.
You seem to be under the impression that https is secure.
Why do you think that processors have remained at roughly the same clock speed lately?
It's because NSA has been using ever increasing areas of our CPUs for surveillance purposes.
Can we change the Slashdot-icon for Google into the panopticon?
When you're affronted with terror or high emotion, "pipe breathe" and within half a minute, you're in the zone, able to think and react with calm precision to high-stress situations.
This sounds interesting.
Do you have any links on this?
Didn't RTFA, but still wondering: does this mean quantum encryption can be beaten by adding a "weight scale" to the transmission link?