USB 3.1 and type C plugs for it.
I occasionally listen to 95.7 (now "the jet" formerly "KJR") here in Seattle, but not as often since they (ClearChannel) twice attempted to rebrand it and somewhat altered its format (for one thing they put in a damned morning show, when they used to brag about playing only music in the morning because "who talks along with the radio?")
Now it is pretty much my USB stick in the car and Pandora at home.
Reading books on an LCD device if fucking stupid anyway. Use e-ink, it is better for almost all books except certain technical ones (which mostly aren't that great as bedtime reading anyway).
But maybe it'll remove the obstructionist anti-systemd whiners for a while, so Debian can get on with things that matter.
Link to Original Source
>PulseAudio was great when ALSA didn't exist,
ALSA not only existed, but was the standard in Linux for years before PA (then PolypAudio) was created.
ALSA - 1998
ALSA as default - 2003 (2.6.0)
PA 0.9 - 2006
PA default in Ubuntu - 2008
or anything from gawker. Or a million other sites. Including CNN and the weather channel now, according to people in this thread. It's just absurd...
The independent reviewers may not be that independent. It is basically the same group that reviewed it back in 2013, and they produced a paper that was promptly ripped apart. I also seem to recall at least one of them is a friend of the inventor...
None of that shit will ever be practical. I like sci-fi as much as the next nerd, but practical, common use "flying cars" in any form, are not jumping from page to reality anytime this century. Probably not the next one either.
Dunno about more recent Ubuntu versions, but historically it has not handled version upgrades as well as Debian. Not sure why, but there is it.
That said, I agree with 1, 2, 5... 3, I would be amazed to see on Stable. I have certainly seen apt crash a few times on sid/experimental, but you would hardly use that for servers.
"west of the Mississippi" is still North America, dummy
No it isn't.
It kinda looks like one, true, but the Asian Palm Civet is family Viverridae, suborder Feliformia. Mustelids are, well, Mustelidae, suborder Caniformia.
And he is a huge geek, with tattoos of early arcade video games, and at least a fair bit of electronics and general maker know how. Most of his mouse heads have fans for ventilation and cameras and screens (cause the angles are wrong for easily looking down at the board), and he designed and built the first ones. I think he still designs them (if they change), but he has a company actually make them now if I recall... And hooking up all those racks of equipment goes beyond just plug port A into port B. I feel like I saw something that indicated that he has some programming ability too. If he was older he would probably be/have been a