There are at least 285 rules of acquisition.
Weren't there supposed to be people living there now? I remember reading about it about a week ago. Did they arrive after this guy restored the place?
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Nikola Tesla: Rockstar Scientist
I just wish they would finally come up with something that is production-ready.
There are so many uses for FFT, it’s not even funny. And all normal algorithms always will be imperfect and slow.
Instant FFT (and inverse FT) would (also) instantly change the world.
Make sure you socialise across any groups that are in your workforce. Do not hid this fact from fractions that dont get along, both sides will still respect you so long as you do not gosip about them.
Never be caught agreeing to or patcipating in gosip, just a quit 'uhur'. Plausible deniability works wonders, espicaly across the above mentioned fractions. Baicly listen to, but keep your mouth shut. This bonds you to the speeker of said gosip in your favor.
Where ever posible share in socal activeis with coworkers, even if its just lunch. *Do* talk to other staff mebers about your life and thier own.
However at the end of the day, you will not get along with everyone, dont push your self on that one person who for what ever reason dosn't like you, they will either come around or not. You can not make them like you. But by behaving and acting at lest nice, you can earn a usable amount of respect.
In one job I worked 3 years next to a staff member who if they where on fire, I would of run to the nerest gas station and goten more fule for. This lady left on her fianly day not knowing that I hated her guts, and infact after she left and still visited it took over 9 months for me to let it slip that I hated her guts.
That was a minor mistake, and thankfully didnt come back to haunt me.
Adobe MIGHT have flash working on Android by the Q4 2010, don't hold your breath. When would that update reach users?
If Adobe's practices are like every other software outfit's, obviously that would mean the update would reach users by about Q3 2010.
It would be like a whole fraction of a millimeter across! Careful! You'll step on the datacenter!
Yellow is the closest to luma, and most data encoded into most video or images encode the luma most heavily, red and blue are shown in reduced resolution because chroma is less significant than luma. Most one-chip cameras also have two green color cells with a single blue and red color cell because green is closest of the three to encoding luma information. I can see future chips using yellow, red, green and blue to provide better information to the encoder.
Safer? If you call security theater and constant fearmongering safety, then yes. But we lost a lot of freedom for that illusion of smoke and mirrors.
You keep saying it's not hardware abstraction, and then go on to say how cloud computing abstracts the hardware. Whatever, dude; you clearly get a kick out of lecturing people and talking down to them - I'm glad I don't actually have to work with you in real life.
Btw, are you talking about ScyId? I would get some amusement out of you consistently misspelling what you're name dropping, but it's also possible I just don't know what I'm looking for
(Nokia N900 of course).
well, yes, of COURSE!
One of only twelve states? That's nearly 1/4 of all states. I wouldn't call that "only".