I thought it was cat shaped. Damned physicists won't be consistent.
Because since protons prefer round, smooth booties, they won't date neutrons, which then fly off into space to shop. Didn't you learn anything in science class?
Then just bang the electron on the head with an ACME anvil, and it will grow lumps.
"Never tell me the odds" and then plow through it like crazed cowboys
You mean "squeal like a H. Sapien"
Until somebody finds gold asteroids, it's not profitable. Maybe Uranus has gold.
Put toddlers around the office to drown out the CPU sound.
"Suddenly, everybody's talking about robots and robotics.
Obviously I'm going to the wrong parties, no one around me is talking about robots.
Well, one lady did say to me at a party, "I'd rather date a robot".
I'm a hobby musician...I can't tell the difference most of the time
But enough critics, audiophiles, and fans can such that it can affect the reputation of a work or publisher.
The organic, primitive sound of a beat-up but well-chosen instrument for vintage chamber music is sometimes pure magic. It's very difficult to emulate something half falling apart in the hands of somebody who knows how to tame a wild mustang to it keep just on the inside of rogue.
An article by a digital musician I read recently claimed that although digital synthesis can approach the quality of a real orchestra, it's extremely time-consuming to shape every note to fit the mood and context of that note.
If you factor in the time and effort to "carve" the note to sufficient quality, it's not economical compared to a smaller orchestra, because experienced musicians do the same in real time, with 1 practice and 2 takes on average. The performing group gets it done in about an hour, while diddling a synth rendering can take weeks. Even though it's one dude or so, it's a LOT of one dude.
Plus, you risk "ear burn-out" from so many replays such that you cannot recognize quality anymore. One has to switch between projects and styles to keep their ears fresh, delaying the finished product.
Maybe the editing software eventually will get better and the computer can assist with more natural "guesses" to get closer to expectations to reduce customization, but at this stage if you want quality performances, synthesis is not fully competitive.
No, Democratic politicians are a little more subtle than that: they allow Republicans to lower corporate taxes in exchange for spying silence, and then BLAME the Republicans.
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em
I take a train to work...that has no driver. [I tell people] a robot drives me to work.
I gave my Roomba a shot at driving the car; but it's not very good. Whenever it saw litter on the side, it swerved toward it.
He should do what a Republican would do: lower their taxes in exchange for silence.
In MySql, they are called "features".