The original poster said >55", which doesn't mean he wants to jump straight to 100", which would make sense for projecting, but there are plenty of displays in the ~6x" category which are cheaper by almost an order of magnitude.
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An inexpensive UHD projector? Where?
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...you can (and should) be replaced by a RegEx.
Killing off hope now, instead of just characters. Well played, sir, well played.
Go into the Dell "Work" section of the site - you can get this with i7 CPU, more SSD capacity options, etc.
DaVinci Resolve, by Blackmagic Design, is used in actual Hollywood movies (though I don't know if those Hollywood studios are using the Linux version or not).
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...to "Yahoo!". Easy to change back, though.
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It's so hard to keep those C64s running these days!
What I wonder is how long it will be before some mega rich person(s) decides to build a semi-permanent offshore city, not so much a rig, more a case of a huge boat that is actually anchored to the ground and you take boats TO it.
There'd be loads of technical hurdles, but given the sheer size of such a construction, the issues of waves would be lesser, more so if it is designed properly to deal with them. (not to mention the use of large-scale wave guides similar in design to metamaterials, which is being tested on some oil rigs last I remember)
I'm not sure what the benefit of that would be over the very large mega-yachts the super-rich currently use - they're mobile, so they get the benefits of going to places around the world in luxury, plus being able to move out of the way of bad weather, etc.
I suppose the possible sheer _scale_ of a floating city has an appeal as a display of wealth to some.
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The bill allows the private communications of Americans to be scooped up without a court order and then transferred to law enforcement for criminal investigations.
The legislation effectively codifies and legalizes mass warrantless NSA surveillance on the American people, with barely a whimper of debate."
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