This story was run a month or two back. It's only lasers for the highbeams, and only at high speeds. The regular headlights are normal.
I'm not an insider or anything, but they seem to be pretty quick on their feet to adjust to the market. They're still going to sell new games and used games for PS3/360 for quite a while even after PS4/720 come out. They're also selling cards for your steam wallet and MS points etc. Probably still in the used system market as well, not to mention the nice margin on off brand controllers. If the end is coming, it'll still be a while yet.
... or CCP port EVE?
Don't know about the others you listed, but EVE runs fine on WINE from what I understand. There's even a section on the official forums for Linux users: https://forums.eveonline.com/default.aspx?g=topics&f=274
Don't count on them making an official executable for it, however.
Not to turn this into a book review, but I just started reading the sequel to the Wool series of books by Hugh Howey called First Shift - Legacy, and the concept of purposefully forgetting things is pretty central to the book. Very good reads, both of them.
I'm a little out of verse when it comes to these components, but I'm wondering what kind of memory bandwidth a dual channel Z77 board can use compared to my now old X58 triple channel board? A couple of the reviews suggested that at DDR 1600 they're both tied around 20GB/s, which baffles me. Can anyone explain how that could be? Wouldn't an extra channel of memory give you 50% more speed over dual channel?
Because it's actually really beautiful and maybe you should get out of your box and experience the world once in a while?
Now that complaint is just plain irrational.
Sure you can see it from across the solar system, but only if you're watching... And there's an awful lot of space out there to watch.
How much space do they use above? I'd be worried it would hit my garage door when both are open.
I looked up the range of the Nissan Leaf, they say it can go 62 miles in terrible conditions: 14 degrees F outside, traffic jam, average speed of 15mph (it's most efficient speed is 38mph). That's slightly worse than half their best condition 138 miles: flat roads, 68d F, 38mph constant speed. (http://www.nissanusa.com/leaf-electric-car/tags/show/range#/leaf-electric-car/theBasicsRange/index)
If Toyota is playing it safe and reporting their worst condition distance for now, then all is well. If they reported the distance it could go according to the EPA standard "LA4" test, then it might still get 30 miles in worst conditions.
At least Hydrogen could be manufactured where energy was cheap, i.e. near nuclear reactors, solar/wind farms, etc. Although then you have to transport it.
I'm fine with electric cars, though.
Separate the people using laptops from those who aren't then. And put them in the back, so nobody else has to watch their screen savers/World of Warcraft/Facebook.
Actually, black is bad. It's a golden color if good.