I'm in this situation. The only way I can watch the Avatar Blu-ray I bought is using AnyDVD to remove the DRM, because even the "official" players can't play the movie. Ridiculous.
An anonymous reader writes Japan's Riken research institute has suggested a new idea for dealing with space junk. They say a fiber optic laser mounted onto the International Space Station could blast debris out of the sky. From the article: "To combat the increasingly dense layer of dead satellites and miscellaneous space debris that are enshrouding our planet, no idea — nets, lassos, even ballistic gas clouds — seems too far-fetched to avoid. Now, an international team of researchers led by Japan's Riken research institute has put forward what may be the most ambitious plan to date. They propose blasting an estimated 3,000 tons of space junk out of orbit with a fiber optic laser mounted on the International Space Station."
When you need more performance and/or new features. But this said, I also agree that it is stupid to change code just to meet the latest fad from brats of today.
I was also thinking of going to work in Canada (professional with years of experience but living in a shithole country)... You could tell me if it's worth all the trouble of moving? Because by the standards of my country (Brazil) I earn more or less well, but the country is such a mess that I would go away forever and never come back if I can.
Correct, the trick here is the method to build a good key and then the way it is applied.
As a citizen of a shithole country, I am concerned about worse things that border guards can do with my password and full access to my phone. Like planting "evidence" of crimes on my phone and then require a bribe to not arrest me. In these cases the options are shoot to kill, or the best one that is not to travel to countries which have such absurd laws.
Is nice to using that for games, but... This monitor can also work on 24fps films?
Why all this hype around a technology that involves applying electric fields strong enough to induce electrical currents high enough to recharge an electronic device, which is DANGEROUS to do with electronic equipment (you can fry the device)? Not to mention the serious problem of electromagnetic interference in what is around? It is not much safer simply connect a cable to the device?
Depends on where you live. Here in Brazil lamps that use LEDs are still only a "curiosity" and which are charged as a luxury item as any decent electronic around here.
schwit1 writes A 20-year-old U.S. military weather satellite apparently exploded for no obvious reason. The incident has put several dozen pieces of space junk into orbit. From the article: "A 20-year-old military weather satellite apparently exploded in orbit Feb. 3 following what the U.S. Air Force described as a sudden temperature spike. The “catastrophic event” produced 43 pieces of space debris, according to Air Force Space Command, which disclosed the loss of the satellite Feb. 27 in response to questions from SpaceNews. The satellite, Defense Meteorological Satellite Program Flight 13, was the oldest continuously operational satellite in the DMSP weather constellation."
The Associated Press, as carried by the San Francisco Chronicle, reports that NASA astronauts Butch Wilmore and Terry Virts have attached more than 300 feet of cable to the exterior of the International Space Station in a series of three planned spacewalks; in total, the wiring job they're undertaking will involve 764 feet of power and data cables. The extensive rewiring is needed to prepare for NASA’s next phase 260 miles up: the 2017 arrival of the first commercial spacecraft capable of transporting astronauts to the orbiting lab. NASA is paying Boeing and SpaceX to build the capsules and fly them from Cape Canaveral, which hasn’t seen a manned launch since the shuttles retired in 2011. Instead, Russia is doing all the taxi work — for a steep price. The first of two docking ports for the Boeing and SpaceX vessels — still under development — is due to arrive in June. Even more spacewalks will be needed to set everything up. Mission Control left two cables — or about 24 feet worth — for the next spacewalk coming up Wednesday. Four hundred feet of additional cable will be installed next Sunday on spacewalk No. 3.
Well, it seems clear to me that you really should use a Linux server, if it's not what you already do. So why not stick with your server rather than offend others like a crybaby who was upset, crybaby?
I have noticed that too. More and more I get results that simply have nothing to do with what I'm searching, even when I use quotation marks and the minus sign to make it clear what I want.
THIS. Exactly, the original idea of the stock market was distorted. When you buy shares of a company you are becoming her partner, but the assholes from Wall Street decided to make the stock in a casino where no one remembers what is the reality and everyone ignores that is plain impossible to grow forever.
Well, let me see... Having to restart a desktop computer is not a problem, after all you supposedly are not running a server. And if despite being a desktop you keeps it on 24/7 then you are wasting electricity, because you are not using your computer 24 hours a day non stop right? Then he be occasionally off is not a problem. And when Windows asks to restart it does not require you to do so immediately, you can finish what you was doing and then restart. What's the big problem with doing this?