I once used an Atari palmtop to rip off an ATM machine. Oh wait, maybe that didn't really happen.
This is the most terrifying and ridiculous thing I've seen in my entire life.
The formula is simple
I'm thinking those shysters running Prenda are in for a world of pain. Let us hope they hire lawyers just as depraved as they are.
If Reddit is the peanut gallery of the Web, what does that make Slashdot?
Quick, where's that share button so I can share your great post with all my friends on Flopbook and Twatter...
But, really, there has to be a degree of cognitive dissonance between the hope you'll do well and be super rich
The difference between con-man and entrepreneur can be a thin line.
I've known a few people who fancied themselves the latter, but had worked themselves into such a feverish pitch trying to get there ended up as the former.
Sometimes people convince themselves things really are going to work out OK, even when completely unfounded. The human brain doesn't always like lying to itself.
Are you saying they should tax database, records, fields, or heck, maybe they could tax SQL clauses!
Anyone who embarrasses a Western government or an ally of a Western government is, by definition, a terrorist.
Especially in the UK, where Parliamentary supremacy still, at least in theory, exists. In other words, Parliament can literally make anything legal, even retroactively, that it wants.
I get how it works. I disagree completely that any access to a third party WiFi network should be up to any permissions model put out by Microsoft, or that I should have to basically implement the kludge so that the network is excluded.
It's a shitty idea, pure and simple.
If they can stay up for 80 hours, they should be able to do a "round-the-world" flight too.
It's going to take several days to fly from Japan to Hawaii. In the process he's beaten the record for longest solo flight ever.
P.S. Are you 12?
Are you asshole? Or do you just play one on the internet?
It's a single person aircraft, travelling at an average speed of 50 to 100 km/h (31 to 62 mph).
Yes, it's not a continuous flight. But it will, nonetheless, be the first time a solar powered aircraft will do it, and every leg is pretty much an epic task.
It's still circumnavigation.
So, boo hoo, you disagree with the terminology. Nobody else gives a damn.
I don't care about a plane making a series of relatively short flights under optimal conditions (daylight), and I don't see why anyone else does either.
Well, that doesn't seem to be what is happening:
Solar Impulse 2 took off from Nagoya, Japan on Sunday for its audacious five-day flight across the Pacific Ocean to Hawaii with Swiss pilot and Solar Impulse co-founder Andre Borschberg at the helm. It has since stayed in the air for three days and nights without using a single drop of fuel, grabbing the distance and duration records, 5,663 km (3,518 mi) and 80 hours respectively, in the process.
This isn't some jet engine which does this in a few hours.
You can whine all you want, but the records are real.
They're for solar aviation, which means it's a lot harder and a lot slower.
Call us back when you've done better.
Musk bought Tesla from a couple of creative engineers. He didnt start it.
However he great job of making both prominent companies.
Well, should that happen, then all the people who have been demanding their 2nd amendment rights be recognized will know what to do.