rather, how illegal
rather, how illegal
Because as a game developer I see two main motivations that are essentially the same as every other artist:
1) making enough money to live
2) bring your stuff to as many people as possible
so if I have the choice of selling 10Mio copies at 5€ or 1Mio copies at 50€ for me the first option would clearly win.
geez, as if google wouldnt have the engineering power
What do I care about the blinkenlights on the machine? Give me one button that gets me an espresso - freshly ground of course - and I am happy.
I don't understand the appeal of all that capsule crap.
After all its pretty well-known that from some trees you can get pretty good drinking water (as in: clean) so one would just naturally assume that somewhere between the roots and the trunk where you normally tap in, the thing would get filtered
FB chat is just XMPP and easy to setup in pretty much any messenger anyway.
"its five times stronger, so its five times as dangerous"
I am not making up some random crap. Look at http://raumzeit-podcast.de/201... . I can at least quote some guy from ESA, what are your sources?
thinking of the pig from sinfest
afaik this is getting fixed as we speak. eg. for carbon nanotubes there is some minimum length to make using them feasible (because you have to knot a whole lot of them together), and these lengths were first reached around a year ago or so iirc (according to the the awesome german space-blog "raumzeit")
Actually, its very easy to make (though depending on your definition of "flying pigs" and if the pig has to be alive in the end; i.e. can we use a cannon or a plain or does the pig have to do its own thing) and might have some good uses.
because papers have shown that most programming problems occur in the same part of the program (either because of requirements understanding or common misconceptions).
there are waaay too little bugs.
is making a camp fire in the driver seat also considered as "fire started in the car"?
might as well go for some urban camping.