Correct -- I could imagine that there are lots of "heartbleeds" in closed source software that can and will be exploited. Whether it becomes public and puts pressure on the development staff to fix, is another story.
Too bad non-profits can't benefit from this
If you look, a lot of their apps are coming out of beta stage as well, with licenses and prices changing.
A well tuned view finder and computerized system will definitely do a better job than most drivers; since it won't succumb to distractions such as rubber necking, cell phones, or hot chick doing her makeup in an adjacent car.
It will also save many lives with all the drunk, medicated, and/or sleep deprived drivers out there.
It's also the code to crack the Canadian blue-ray encryption.
(now it gets censored!)
And on that day, we shall have:
Girls are now penetrating the industry
I've got my pints of beer!!
Afterall, Modern warfare is lead by lawyers =)
yes, and input output should be more comfortable. If both items are to take PDAs to the next level, then I think the netbook wins.
Tilt screen and keyboard. who cares about multitouch and a huge screen if communicating with the device is cumbersome.
Maybe the iPad would make an advanced digital photo frame.
You mean its running on EMACS?
I concur, but you have to admit: sheep drive the economy.
And if you're a farmer or wolf, you should appreciate the abundance of sheep.
That is why I will be diving into some apple apps development in 2010.
They love these class action kind of stuff.
Last time I did c++ i used Boost.