nö, ït döësn't wörk
Why not just download the VLC player? It's already much better than almost any alternative; I don't see why anyone would pay for Microsoft's crappy media center.
way to waste a first post there
formally speaking, anything that a coputer does can be done by hand with pencil and paper
not really, microsoft research is pretty big and they publish basically everything. Google on the other hand keeps its research to itself.
Only someone with a tiny Internet would say that
am I the only one who always parses the name of that program as "dwarf the rapist"?
reminds me of arrested development
looks like a puma to me
Link to Original Source
do you see the irony of requiring compensation on something that will not be ever used on a lifetime, and the same thing also being reproduceable/copiable faster than the original author can say 'copyright' ?
i don't know about that, some of those lawyers can say 'copyright' pretty damn fast
riskier does not mean harder, you've clearly never done either kernel hacking or graphics programming, so would you kindly do some research and stop talking out of your ass?
that's what she said
you know that pianos have a sustain pedal for a reason, right? you can achieve that exact effect with a single piano
you're probably just trolling, but this statement has been proven to be true over and over again. Your mistake is thinking that you have to stop at some finite point. If that is the case then yes, 0.9999 is less than 1, but the sequence of nines is infinite.
Think of it this way. Say there is a finite number of nines. In that case, you'd have that
where e is a finite quantity. The thing about e is that the more nines you add at the end, the smaller it gets. After some finite but incredibly big number of nines, e should be extremely close to 0, but still greater than 0. But the fact is that if you add an infinite number of nines (where infinite could be defined as a number greater than all natural numbers), e will be exactly 0. Therefore, 1=0.9999...+e=0.9999...+0=0.9999...