In 1923, J.B.S. Haldane wrote "Almost all our present sources of light are hot bodies, 95% of whose radiation is invisible. To light a lamp as a source of light is about as wasteful of energy as to burn down one's house to roast one's pork." Future generations will look at almost everything we have done and wonder what we were thinking.
www.easytomato.org - nicely polished version for a common (and fairly versatile) modern router, the ASUS RT-N16.
Oh sure, but the RPi draws about 2W idle, less than 5W if it is really working overtime. Plus it's fanless and silent. It makes a nice little headless server for lots of things. And even used, cheap laptops aren't often under $50...
I'd say first place should go to Cordwainer Smith ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cordwainer_Smith ) though I have a soft spot for Clifford Simak ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clifford_Simak ), not to mention Jack Vance ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Vance ). None of them are exactly unknown, but I don't think they get much credit these days for having influenced FSF.
Increment weather? I prefer to write that weather++ myself.
Not just for nightlies any more - try it in the current 5.0b5 beta!
Don't worry, there's an app for that.
Just what I was thinking! And now you've got dibs on it. Oh well. "Potato Radius UK" just doesn't have quite the same ring.
Well, given that they will by definition have mastered travel on scale which we have a hard time conceptualizing, I think it's not unreasonable to imagine that they won't be quite the savages we are. It's taken us the last 100,000 years to cut back on infanticide, ethnic cleansing, etc., so I'm fairly confident that by the *we* are the ones paying a visit to an exoplanet with a view, we'll be more benign, ourselves.
Jokes aside, Avast 5's "gaming" mode shuts up all the absurd talking alerts, along with most of the system tray popups, etc.
It's the same hardware, I think, but there's also the TonidoPlug, which costs $99 too, and comes with Jaunty preinstalled, along with some snazzy-looking apps (the roll-your-own OpenID seems groovy).
Yahoo's spider/bot. Presumably Googlebot was higher, but was manually removed.
Worked for me by using
Though I have no idea if they're actually going to process it...