That's nice. I still have no idea what it is.
Mechanical things are more susceptible to mechanical failure. One of the beautiful things about an electric car is how rock-solid reliable it can be. Introducing more mechanical bits is not the way to fix this.
I'm pretty sure he understands. Like he said, it seems to me as though those people have never worked on large projects before.
Are you sure there is curved glass involved? When is a circle's circumference not a circle? When its drawn in 3D on a computer screen is one perfect example. Long and straight lengths of something can be made to look like anything. The same goes for approximating the area under a curve in calculus, it can be done with lines.
I've been using multiple monitors since Windows 98 and never had a single problem. Then again I've been using multiple monitors on Linux for a while and never had a problem either. I have no idea what you two are talking about.
I take it you've never actually been to a crowded lecture hall or conference room? There are thousands of these things with administrators that have no clue about this idea. It IS news to many people who are responsible for this exact sort of thing. It may not be news to you, but there have been many times where I was in a crowded area where I would kill for wifi, but it wouldn't work due to crowding.
What do you mean they don't get a cut? Who do you think pays for the cops?
Hey now! Don't blame the programmers. Blame the marketers, designers, and SEO guys. It's people like them what cause unrest.
Let's say you want to create an IT track at a college. Maybe it takes a few years to create an appropriate track of classes and plan out various concepts to be taught. By that time, whatever software you were using is outdated and/or replaced. Processors have sped up quickly. Old previously valid security techniques are easily cracked with more cpu power so you have to learn new techniques. Your professor doesn't have time to learn new techniques or new software or whatever. Then on top of that, your students take 4 years of learning old outdated information in college. At that point its 8 years outdated. OF COURSE a large portion of the IT workers don't have STEM degrees. Don't get me wrong. There are certain programming logic and security concepts which are important to learn and CAN be taught at a university. It's just that at the end of the day you'd be paying many thousands of dollars to learn outdated information other than those core concepts.
Am I missing something? Isn't this the exact same thing as putting on or taking off clothes?
Actually, its not responsive enough. I have my window set at ~1040 x 840 px and stuff is flowing off screen.
I have no idea why you got modded down. If I had mod points today I would definitely mod you up.
You say that, but time is money, and 20 years lost is not a cheap thing. A 20 year setback is also huge in and of its own right.
A post with news for nerds and stuff that matters. Too bad its a video without transcript and that means it might as well not exist.
The engine is optional for people with range anxiety. You use it to generate electricity, not to drive the wheels directly.