ummm... power consumption.....duh.
servers are not busy all the time....they idle but need to spin up fast on demand....
ummm... power consumption.....duh.
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Ubuntu 12.10 still does not support intel smart response technolgy. Added to that UEFI still has a few issues with Linux unless you are comfort with figuring it out yourself and don't even get me started about nvidia optimus. Google bumblebee. I want to keep around 7200rpm drives just for their simplicity.
Arguably we still aren't trying very hard to educate everyone.
Should we or are some people destined to do nothing with their lives?
Additionally, it's arguable that most people will learn on their own given adequate access to resources and education.
I know tons of self motivated people, but I also know tons that will not get off their butts.
I tend to believe with a little encouragement that many people will learn on their own.
Based on my own educational experience, I believe most teachers lack the ability to give the proper type of encouragement.
The teachers excitement on a subject is usually the upper bound to the excitement level of the class and honestly with a few exceptions my public school experience was not full of many enthusiastic teachers leading to classes full of uninterested students.
Public educational standards tend to leave schools with a very dry and boring curriculum which you couldn't make interesting to a high school student even if you tried. With that said it's a uphill battle against trying to develop an interesting curriculum.
Centralized educational systems like those in the U.S. lead to stagnant educational models that don't evolve with new technology, information and educational needs of society. The skills and tools that students need to learn to succeed in the U.S. is different than those from even 5 years ago and it takes too long for these things to adapt in America. Students should be encouraged to decide what they learn and how they learn. Teachers should be responsible inspiring students and for insuring adequate progress in whatever educational goals students may have and not for dictating them.
This is California's way of creating jobs. There will be IT disaster, so California will have to hire IT staff to fix it. Not very economic, but at least we can create some useless jobs.
Stop saying we really exists. We are all just a hologram on a 2 dimensional plane very very far away.
Cyberspace is real because we think it is and so is our physical world. You cannot prove reality, so Cyberspace is real if you think it is.
However in speech, it's a metaphor and if these metaphors confuse our lawmakers we should get new lawmakers.
When laws are involved the government usually oversteps their bounds anyway.
Ask yourself a question:
Would the benefits of the governance of the internet outweigh the costs?
I believe the costs outweigh the benefits, but that has nothing to do with the reality of cyberspace, so let's focus on something that actually matters like the state spying on us.
Other countries will ramp up production. It will just take time.
GNU and Linux can be separated.
GNU is all the core utilities and libraries typically associated with a Linux system.
Linux is the kernel.
Put them together you get GNU/Linux.
BusyBox is not GNU although can be built using GNU libc, so has some GNU.
Android is not dependent on GNU at all although uses the C library.
Many non-GNU projects use the GPL.
If you print money, wages never keep up with the resulting inflation. If you are rich you have assets which will appreciate in value. The rich will never be hurt by these policies. Printing money is a secret tax on the poor and middle class.
Just because it's efficient in a tablet/laptop doesn't make it efficient in a data center.
Who cares about speed. 802.11ac will give you better range. 4x4 will give you better range because of beamforming.
I'm 26 as well currently attending a UC as a junior.I've been taking 16 units and have been able to work about 15 hours a week and still managed to get all A's.Ive chosen to focus on school right now. Since I can draw on my work experience, I probably study a couple of hours at most for each test and homework assignments are easy.Most universities will make you petition for a deficient load if you take less than 12 units, but it may be possible to get units for working.A flexible work schedule is necessary because clases will be offered at times that might not be convenient.Make sure you fill out FAFSA even if you think you won't qualify for financial aid. It might help you get a scholarship.
If you have a buddy in the US you can both setup a VPN and trade BBC for Netflix.
Hopefully it will be in time for Finding Nemo 2.