I've used macs since 1984. Back then there were lots of users who called it the flower key.
Of course you can use ImageMagick if you want to manipulate pictures from the command line.
I can fix any current Mac OS. Just go into the apps folder (flower-shift-a is the shortcut), then into utilities, then run shell application. Enlarge the window to full screen. Bingo, you're in a bash shell where you can talk to a proper unixy command line interface.
I thought it sucked donkey balls. Maybe I lack natural talent at sticking bloody pixellated stickers on badly rendered cars rather than racing them in a game with hopeless physics.
Is there a worse racing game?
That's going to hurt Sony's bottom line.
>You've clearly never worked in security.
Quick! Someone is wrong on the internet.
I feel your pain.
How does pushing paper ensure a system is secure?
Fix the glitch. Just like Milton's payroll issue.
That didn't end well, iirc.
He got his stapler back in the end.
Probably not a large percentage.
FWIW, It's my job. I could use the company network, but big corps make it difficult/bureaucratic to put up servers or push such large files without IT's alarms going off and having to be managed. It's a reasonable compromise to walk it out of the building and serve it from my Fios at home.
It's not backup. It's sampled data for analysis. It's not a background operation.
From what I've read, it seems that plate tectonics have something to do with bringing water to the surface, so it might be a more co-dependent relationship between P.T., oceans and continents.
That's why I said surface water.
My statements wouldn't apply to a realistic scenario with underground water.
Just put the PDFs on a website for parents and school children to download.
Also put the source files up so that people can enhance the texts.
All US schools seem to have a web site, so the incremental cost of distribution is close to $0.
>Your proposal then requires the school boards to fund such productions
Minus the cost of paying huge sums to the publishers. The savings will accrue pretty darn quickly.