I re-installed my desktop end of 1996 and have only done in-place updates/upgrades since then.
Or maybe there is a way to do an in-place upgrade to amd64 or a mixture.
E.g for the Passat you get the tiredness detection, lane assistance (keeping you in the lane) and front assistance (keeping distance or doing emergency braking at city speeds).
It's probably more basic than the MIT stuff, but always expect next years models to have more and more advanced versions of those.
Commercial systems evading obstacles should be available in 2-3 years (e.g. from Continental).
Canada too. Not sure about the US and UK, but wouldn't surprise me. Not as heavy, but the same idea: Tax all storage and media players on the assumption that they'll be used to infringe, and give the money to any major copyright holder with enough political clout to get a share. Independant artists obviously get screwed because it'd be impractical to administer.
Pretty sure Germany & Austria have it too.
Of course they have. On anything that might allow copyright infringement (yes, printers, scanners, etc.). It's not a real tax, though, as it's unavailable to the government to use it for other stuff.
Booting Linux on a 25Mhz 68030 didn't take more than a few minutes and one of these small Linux distributions I recently tried on a 75Mhz 486 also booted within a couple of minutes.
So I guess you were doing something wrong. It's not like nobody was using UNIX on 386 productively.
After the war in Europe a "nice lunch" was probably more simple then it is now. Then, a "nice lunch" during the dot com boom might have meant something different for some of us then what it means now.
If you're into meat/beef you could just look at that which may have gone from "any meat" to "best filet" to "a nice burger".
Sorry, 500+ mph (804 km/h) is ridiculous. Bullet trains go around 190 mph. Even maglev trains max out at 361 mph. (And don't talk about how much they cost per mile.)
Bullet trains started off at 200 mph 30 years ago and now reach 350+ mph on test runs. If we're now talking about a bullet train whose tracks will be built in 10 or 15 years and trains that will run in 20 years, there will be some room for improvement. 500+ is still a bit off, but I would expect 350+ mph if money is not a problem.
The the next generation of German bullet trains will actually top out at 143mph and 155mph for German and EU regulations allow the trains to be much cheaper built then.
You would not be able to whitelist any command that may execute a third command, change file bits, change (i.e. specify output files) any script or command that IS in the whitelist, etc.
It's only really useful if you attach a company policy to it saying "we use this to log the commands you run, if you misuse it, you're a bad boy and will be reported".
So is Yemen a country that corporates with you or not? If not, then this seems to render some other arguments mood.
So if (in your country) suspected terrorists hide abroad it's okay to send drones to kill them? I wonder what the U.S.A. will have to say when the first Russian drones kill some suspected Russian "terrorists" hiding in New York. I'm sure those terrorists want Russia to crumble and I'm sure they would not try to turn themselves in at the Russian embassy.
But I guess that would be different because local Police forces in Yemen, Pakistan and other somehow always had been voluntarily leading the effort, while the US was only providing some technical help.
We'll see who made the smarter move in 10 months or 10 years (depending on who you talk to).
The topic was CO2 emission with natural gas from Russia.
Your argument seems not to be that small local gas plants have the best efficiency and the best technology to bridge the gap, but that there actually is no gap and nuclear power is safe. Which are two different things.