My new fav: The Drift Wars
My new fav: The Drift Wars
Just read, Dealing with Dummies for Dummies...
Maybe the thing doesn't ring very loudly?
The cryptocurrency for smaller purchases?
Amazon has a low-cost version of S3 called Glacier, the downside of which is slow data retrieval time.
Also, on the extremely unlikely chance you're using Apple, there's a solid tool called Arc which will front-end for Glacier, and add encryption and automation to boot.
It strikes me as ironic that the company who has marginalized domain names is trying to hoard a bunch of TLDs.
(I mean, do you ever type in 'thingiwant.com,' or do you just toss 'thing I want' in the Google bar?)
There are always two sides to every argument, but this one is particularly damning:
(Kurt Eichenwald traces the “astonishingly foolish management decisions” at the company that “could serve as a business-school case study on the pitfalls of success.”)
Not the first time they've made such blunders:
If only Redmond had some sort of calendar system to help them remember this stuff.
Pot meet Kettle. Kettle, this is Pot:
'Munich' is how Microsoft (internally) describes the German branch of their company (since it's based in Munich). So, translating the corporate speak, it reads: '[Microsoft in] Munich would have saved €43.7 million if [the city of Munich] hadn't used a bunch of free stuff."
You'll just be adding another system to maintain. Just buy a network attached drive, much simpler to maintain and smaller to book.
I know that Western Digital (my book) has software to share with iOS devices at least. Maybe Android, too.
As an (newbie-ish) author, I resisted the urge to review my own book, but I had spent a bunch of time reviewing other books thinking that it would be a nice way to find people of like mind and thereby interest them in my own writing. All my work deleted, so it seems.
I have to stop making the mistake of using websites owned by big businesses.
I think you've nailed it. This L.A. Times article talks about the twenty years it took for Technicolor to really take from black and white:
Add to that that the oldest color film (very short, mind you, but most were) was in 1902, and you have a fifty-year adoption cycle from black-and-white to color.
Further, the statement, "I haven't yet encountered a director of photography who's genuinely enthusiastic about it." is meaningless in terms of the future of films (Historically, DOP's have far less power over such choices than directors and producers), but offers additional correlation: Very few, if any, DOPs successfully made the transition from B&W to color.* Most of the good color work came from a new generation.
* Take this as you will; I got this from a documentary about Wings of Desire, but can't seem to Google up supporting evidence just at the moment.
Stick it in the case with eight-core processor, then play Call of Duty for five hours.
He's probably just hoping to attract The Woz to New Zealand...
The nicest thing about the Alto is that it doesn't run faster at night.