Until tech can support the "greater metropolis area" of each city INSIDE of the actual city limits... no.
>> So, if you go on vacation and only use 100GB in August you can not carry the unused amount into July or subsequent months.
Cause the calendar is, if I may, counter-calendar now?
I disagree, Nodejs has done a tremendously good job on being easy to use for all ranges of expertise.
Clearly you do not use or have heard of AngularJS
Can't forget about Facebook's hack!!! http://hacklang.org/
I can attest to the fact that this was no accident.
You have to explicitly, or have the unfortunate luck of clicking the wrong 20 correct buttons in a row, to do something like this, SCCM is not a one-click wonder.
GJ whoever did this, good luck with the networking department though.
Heard of inflation? Should try it out
Try linking to the actual f**king article
Who the fuck links to MSN? Sponsored much?
Clearly no one watches Vice.
Here is a link to the actual website:
ps: it's only available for Macs
By HD they mean 480p, or atleast that's what the "ustream" maxes at
If you read the article you referred to....
>> In April 2006, Hitachi announced plans for a modern paternoster-style elevator with computer-controlled cars and normal elevator doors to alleviate safety concerns. A prototype has been revealed as of February 2013.
(Here's #9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?...)
I've always hated the end game of Civ's. It's always felt... dissatisfying. Early/Mid game was always fun but if it lasted to the end game, I usually ended up quitting and starting over.
This newly announced game has so many paths it could take and the possibilities are truly endless, if the dev's decide to make it so that is. I had faith, but after Civ V, the Sid Meier's brand has faltered in my eyes.
(i've been playing his games since Sid Meier's Civilization (holy shit that was a long time ago), my favorite, to this day, is still Gettysburg)