I always used it like "fuck it, I'm lazy, lets go"
one of those things that automatically puts a stamp on pieces of paper you put into them?
we replace the rich people with robots, because then we can get rid of the golf courses and mansions which are huuuuge water hogs.
just as an FYI for the rest of the world
and I was already thinking of the robot "mutating" and thus transforming
but I don't have to land at kennedy
and who says they have to land east of florida?
I would assume landing on land would be easier considering your platform does not move even if there is bad weather...
Seriously, he will ask you if he is interested. Also programming is just a tool, so rather teach him how (and why) to create (in whatever way) than one specific way of creating things without a purpose.
because seriously, thats like putting the US in based on separate states
"wow, writing the whole program as a sequence of XORs is actually pretty impressive"
* awesome mechanical cherry keys
* no crap like glowy keycaps and macro-keys
* great price point (60€ or so) compared to any other keyboard with switches
i would upvote you, but you already have 5 points
Consider that in 2007, neither C++1 nor C++14 were out.
I dont need the robot to pick up my laundry, I am perfectly happy with dropping the dirty stuff into a chute to the cellar where it gets processed.
That alone eliminates steps 1-6. 7 gets drastically simplified (because your machine could just use a directly-attached big tank).
The only non-trivial things remaining are:
1) I do not like dryers -> air-drying is supperior, ideally, summer this should happen outside depending on weather
2) Folding laundry afterwards (or putting it on hangers)
3) Ideally, putting it back into my wardrobe