After years of twitching on the gurney, Mayer is finally putting a bullet in Yahoo's head.
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I got a couple of Teensy3 boards for Christmas and they are nothing short of amazing. Better value than the Arduino. One of them is likely to find a permanent home running the lights and instrumentation on my motorcycle.
With the frequency of RPi "articles" on
But not a word is spoken about the ongoing supply chain issues, and resellers making candid statements about it not being worthwhile to try to carry them. Can we have a moratorium on articles that drive up RPi demand until the Foundation can get its supply caught up more with the demand you've already created?
These things are all over eBay and beyond. He'll have the thrill of building himself something hip & electronic that is practical and works well with tired older eyes.
I have an idea for an invention that I think I could build to make the AR15 safer, but I'm reticent to do anything with it because of the dominance of patent trolls in America and their ability to squash little guys like me. The free market could likely respond with some innovative concepts if we had patent reform.
$299 according to their web site.
I see you've never actually used a Mac as a server. Apple sells a server flavor of OS X, and it's actually quite good.
I'd agree, except a) it's called "Surry Power Station," and b) a quick Google on that name gives you all the gory details.
I think you're ignoring the fact in the case of Fukashima, they were set up to be self-sufficient -- it's just that the tsunami knocked out their backup generators.
I find it slightly more concerning that the power plant didn't. They're not designed to be self-sufficient?
I'm glad everyone's moving to the cloud for reliability and scalability purposes!