For $5 a month you could rent a VPS and run Owncloud on it.
I've always liked the stuff from http://sakeone.com/ which is made up in Oregon.
Because ground cameras aren't designed to travel 1.2 billion km through space. But really I think it's more that the scientists are wanting to record science related data rather than human eye pleasing data and every gram of weight on the probe is precious. So they capture images that are "black and white" and instead use fancy combining techniques on the ground to create a few wowzer color images here and there to please the non-scientist public.
Sounds fair. I'm going to have 10,000 companies swing by your office today and try to sell you shit. You're free to tell each of them to not stop by every day and each of them will honor that request.
Of course tomorrow I'll send over another 10k companies.
Same here. I was an 80's kid and biking was life. We not only biked but our lives revolved around bikes. Diamond back bikes, state of the art pedals, mag wheels, special handlebar joints, etc. Biking was how you got from point A to point B as a kid and it was common to roam everywhere.
No helmets, cops left you alone and your parents never worried about you riding out 10 miles and back.
> There's a thing called a "business transaction". That pilot is obligated to honour it.
Actually he isn't. The pilot of a plane(like the captain of a boat) has pretty much absolute authority of his craft. If he wants you thrown off for looking at him sideways, well, it sucks to be you.
The problem with FTL isn't just the moving through space it's that it also allows for time travel. For example if I can open a wormhole up and instantly travel from A to B, then there are ways to exploit that to travel through time.
That opens up the ability to create paradoxes which is a huge mess.
Even if they do take off, I already have a Linux tablet interface: Android.
Which is specifically designed just for the tablet with apps designed for the tablet interface.
I think the games could come for this unlike other consoles simply because it's an Android device. So any Android game dev could basically mod their game to work with a controller and release for this platform.
And it goes the other way. Release for the console, mod the game to work without a console and you can release to the normal Android game store.
But even so this will be a killer XMBC box. Just plug in a large USB drive and go to town. I wonder if we'll see SABnzbd ported to Android for this.
She didn't get rich, she just cashed in enough to live off it for a couple years in some middle of nowhere town.
It'd not hard to follow her example. I'm living on a sailboat right now and saving up so I can take off for a year or so. Anyone can do it.
If he's in the US(like me) you don't get paid anything for being on call. It's just expected of you and if you don't like it, quit.
I've been slowly moving my way out of IT because of this.
Consider that any mission has a set amount of time it can function in. That time has a huge amount of cost associated with it. So if you can save 15 minutes of time for a person to don a spacesuit on a spaceflight you're likely saving a huge amount of money. The same if the suit's newer mobility allows for in space work to be done 10% faster.
This is true and the wins can be big. Zune, yeah a flop. But who would've thought in the 90's that MS would come out with a console to rival Playstation?
I have the same exact setup, Debian as well. Works great.
> I cannot understand why anyone would see an add for drugs online and actually go ahead and purchase that online without doing to your doctor/pharmacist, talking to them about the drug and then getting it through official channels.
Well, I think it's stupid for anyone to take any med without talking about it with their doctor. That said, meds in the US are marked up to an absurd level. It's often much cheaper to talk with your doctor, get a prescription, toss that in the waste basket and just order the med from India.