And then when the operator comes looking for you to fix something, you can be all like "That aint my program! Shit doesn't even look like my code! A lot of dudes we're typing in all sorts of things there, go find one of them!"
It breaks down like this: it's legal to buy it, it's legal to own it, and, if you're the proprietor of a gaming company, it's legal to sell it. It's legal to carry it, but that doesn't really matter 'cause -- get a load of this -- if you get stopped by the cops in Amsterdam, it's illegal for them to search you. I mean, that's a right the cops in Amsterdam don't have.
It can if you have a rule that says:
* Goto may be used to exit a function as a stand in for "finally".
* Any other use of goto is allowed unless exceptional circumstances require it, and if so, clearly document in a comment why you need to do this.
...high. Probably already diagnosed and on meds, but the committal laws in our country are so week and the health and services budgets so slashed this guy was allowed to walk around along with all the other assholes muttering to themselves on the street.
No way did someone not know he was nuts already. Criminal negligence at best.
Irony, noun: Slashdot reader tells others they are living in a vacuum and don't understand reality.
I love it here, but the "normal" here is so far from reality that its hard to not see the irony when you tell someone else they're living in a bubble. If you took
I imagine it will take about 24 hours before the first dev hacks together two phone cameras on the front of this thing and then pipes the input back through the screens for an augmented reality kit.
He didn't get the assumption wrong. He said "no command line shit REQUIRED to do stuff". That didn't preclude it, and it certainly doesn't imply that Android is successful because of the command line access. There aren't too many people lining up for it because of that, despite how cool it may be.
The point of the post was that "these things make Linux more adoptable", not "my phone can do this!"
Weren't those antique glasses though?
What's really behind is the visor -> eye implant's for Geordi. Given what we're seeing now with eye implants its odd they would have the big clunky visor thing instead of new eyeballs. Especially given that Data has completely artificial eye's that work ok.
Shit, someone is coming to stuff me in a locker, gotta go!
Not to mention that its fast enough you could use it for primary memory on some systems. Eliminate a whole component out of the system - that saves cost and power. I'm guessing we'll see this in embedded stuff first.
Welcome! And thanks for telling me what
Please point me to the phone that had as tight integration, as good a web browsing experience, as populous and non-fragmented an app market, and as nice and intuitive an interface as the iPhone 1 at exactly the same time as when it came out?
Apple took disparate components and repackaged them in a way that built a market. If there was one there before, its amazing how quickly they owned it through commercials alone. Definitely not through quality of a product!
I'm far from an Apple apologist, I've owned one iPod and that's about it. (Check my posting history, I have one!) Form guides function, and vice versa, and to not recognize that fact is basically to bury your head in the sand. But give credit where credit is due - you're stretching to actually say that iPhone had 0 impact on the market, and 0 impact on how things are done.
That's complete bullshit, and that's really sad if you think that's what
So you're saying the original IPhone had no hint of ingenuity about it? Nothing original? Please...
While I'm sure the apple maps thing didn't help, the SIII just seems more sleek and modern. I've had a few android phones and they've always seemed like "almost but not quite" compared to Apple. In this latest round, head to head with the IPhone5 you can't really make an argument based on interface, design, screen size, speed, app quality, etc. Its all there, and I can't help but feel like Apple got complacent. Android has seen revolutionary upgrades to its OS, IOS hasn't taken the big leaps and now they're paying for it.
Doesn't have to be autonomous:
"The exact type of robot to be developed also is left open, said Hong. The competition calls for neither an autonomous humanoid robot that can function on its own without instruction nor an “avatar”-like robot that would be fully controlled by an off-set human user. Hong said the robot developed by his team will operate under “supervised autonomy.”
So probably a combination of remote control for direction plus automated walking to avoid debris, etc. Just solving issues of power are going to be tough here.
I seriously doubt he used the word to be intentionally snobbish. In fact, forcing people to talk down so that "the plebes can better understand you" is arrogance in its own right. One situation where it is appropriate to use simpler language is when speaking to someone who's first language isn't English. But even then they might appreciate hearing and learning a word like "rectify", which is pretty commonly used.