Honestly I can't think of this as being anything but big. Companies live and die by outlook email still (enough of them anyway). So many of those executives don't even need a machine past email really...
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It's missing because it's about 90s scifi.
What's the problem? Or is it the ati driver still...
I've not bought one yet (who has the finances?) but this would be great...and I could consolidate my porn browsing to just it. That ought to keep the rest of my stuff safe...
I never understood why they didn't allow the use of these as "portable hard drives". Apple only marks up their iPads $100 per 32 gigs. They could sell 2x the i-devices by simply adding some bluetooth support.
I have a strong suspicion that the many resource depletion posts we see on here employ faulty forecasting techniques.
In this case, the article never mentions anything about how prices adjust to:
It's through prices that all those things communicate and avoid dire situations.
and just how good and maintainable is that code?
It's, at best, outdated and, at worst, costing the US economic losses.
Messing with sleep is reason enough. If you get people out of step they're more likely to:
-work less/put less effort into work
-be angry/experience negative emotions
And the list goes on. All of those lead to significant economic losses in aggregate.
This was one thing I didn't quite grasp when I first hit particle physics in college. It really did seem like many things were invented to explain experiments..and thus they explained experiments.
way to kill the "we're all going to die" buzz
Am I wrong for thinking this means you just need a string of totally random numbers from 0-9? (or even a-Z, 0-9)
I mean it exists in a legal grey water, I think. I'm talking about sites like pornhub.
In a world where people throw away pennies or leave them lying on the street 99.99 is 100.
It's even less accurate when you know the price is 99.99.
It's a very old marketing ploy and I expect better from a