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
I worked for a lightning research lab in college. From what I remember, lightning can strike up to 60 miles (?) from the host cloud if the internal charges of the cloud are "right" for it. My take away was if you can see bolts of lightning then you're (possibly) within range.
I tell people this when they bring up iphone vs android. From a developer point of view, I prefer the iOS/objective-C/Apple way.
This is with the huge caveat of general happiness on my part. Android's making everyone run linux. I've always wanted to see Windows knocked off the top spot (for economic and CS/IT reasons) - and it's finally happening
It just screams like a post someone made without any philosophical background.
But it is well in my mind. ISIS has me convinced that the US needs to occupy Iraq again...can't get more concerned about this problem then being pro-police force.
Curiosity is definitely a possible cause...time to let it go.
I don't understand your argument. Care to give it a second shot, please?
Why would anyone actually want to watch it?
I disagree, on the grounds that math ought to be studied for itself. If you try to do everything in math through CS then you'll get a poor grasp of what math is really all about.
They're not anywhere near college level. I've tutored the calculus variants and they do not cover anywhere near the full material for calc 1 let alone 2. At best it's a crappy outline of things to come in college. I would not want someone passing over calculus in college because of those classes.
The weirdest has to be last year. I was suffering from a severe (10/10 pain level) migraine. It took two lortabs to ameliorate the pain. I was still in bed, which happened to be a futon, around 3 am. I just pulled out my laptop and coded some. Believe it or not, but through all the pain and everything my brain just really wanted to program and thinking about the problem helped get me through the misery.
I think the most likely update candidates are the Mac Mini and their display line. I'm guessing they'll finally pull their non-retina macbook pros as well.
I'm really hoping for a beastly mac mini. Something fitting as the smaller sibling to the Mac Pro.
Developers would need to target it...and as a developer I'm not likely to target it since it's only one android device.
Apps meant for 10" screens will probably function well enough on it, though. So it'll be useful if you've already migrated your workflow to a 10" tablet but want more screen/keyboard estate (I'm throwing out entertainment value since it's a laptop form factor)