Losing SPARC doesn't make much sense for Oracle. They already are closing down their x86 business and all the talk from them has been about investing in / focusing more on their SPARC (read more expensive) integrated system offerings
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Sounds like my ex-girlfriend.
This means that your simulated brain can produce orders of magnitude more work despite being no smarter.
I've had several managers with the same ability.
Why does everyone insist on using cat where grep alone will suffice?
Is there any other content on the internet apart from those items listed?
A very short period of time? I hear today's technology becomes yesterday's technology somewhere around tomorrow.
This is Unix.
I know this!
That's from Jurassic Park.
That's the real news story here.
So, perhaps the conversation should have been something more along the lines of:
AC >> And you cannot represent every statement of concepts in a purely mathematical expression.
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They probably have better records of US nuclear technology than we do.