You keep saying that, but it is 100% valid to write C within Objective-C. The trouble is you'll wind up working with objective-c at the UI level. i.e. You'd be interacting with the user in Objective-C and doing model/class stuff in C/C++/Obj-C - whatever you choose.
Have you considered Objective-C for mobile development...
It's definitely costly to business, and that's one added expense no one (government nor business nor employees) really benefits from having.
Am I the only one thinking an entire plant should be more redundant and resilient than the failure of a single valve?
Do you know what lawyers do if they spend time thinking about your case? They charge you.
My laptop's silent and all solid state.
My workstation's louder than a Mach truck and about as pretty. But it's a lovely workhorse!
Private enterprise can (and did) build the stuff but funding it is a different story - something without an obvious financial return is not the role of private enterprise.
Again, the cost to get up there is too high with current technology and energy supplies. Yes, private and public sectors can get up there if they have a desire to be up there...and if it were cheaper to get up there, it would be done more often.
I'm thinking of something like a space sling or an elevator. I don't know which of those are feasible at the moment, if either. But...the NM desert would probably be a great place for either!
The Hindenburg. But I don't buy it. If anything's holding up space tourism, it's cheaper ways of leaving the surface.
I wonder about that. Would it change things if we could communicate with dolphins as easily as humans?
I'm curious if you have a link on your discussion of dolphin intelligence. Their communication interests me, almost academically.
I agree...FreeBSD seems like a great Xen host.
With the recent OpenBSD news many people claim OpenBSD has much cleaner code and can be kept more secure as a result. Is this just FUD or is there some evidence that FreeBSD accepts horrible performance patches and so on?
They're different projects with different emphasis. I think it's just a "us and them" type thing.
Your mom is mean.
Methinks if you can afford the new Mac Pro that you're not at all concerned about Thunderbolt vs SATA.
You're the exception.
Or, how ever long they want to have that service free. They can just boot you anytime or close up that application, GOOGLE.