.csv is a microsoft format though. It wouldn't have happened if they has used syslog
I had always wanted a sailboat with an electric auxiliary motor driven boat. But the thought of standing ankle deep in salt water with a large 48-volt battery around scares me, I can't see any way to make it safe. At least with something like a hydrogen fuel cell you can turn it off if you start to take on water.
Well if you can reverse it it must be AC, very low frequency AC
She'll be at least 150 years old by the time she's paid off the student loans.
It's hard to imagine any packet loss on a short point to point ethernet cable. If there's no complex crypto involved or differences in the pumps, maybe it would be feasible to update one pump, capture the packet sequence in a pcap file, and then replay that packet sequence to the next pump using a raspberry pi. I would have thought a suitable "expect" style script could be cooked up... play outbound packets and expect the next inbound packet.
Maybe a chuck Norris body part, fingernail clipping, chest hair something like that to bring the asteroid to its knees. Or simply beam a chuck Norris TV show at it, make it just not want to come here.
Of the predominantly single purpose things, the toaster and the rice cooker are definitely worth the space they take in my kitchen. I can always move them to a cupboard when I don't need them. They don;t sit on the counter permanently.
lots of (non-chicken) things can make eggs
Assuming it is much faster than an equivalent system written in, say , C. I find it disappointing that hand crafted assembler should be so much faster than what compiler optimizations can achieve.
They are painstakingly rubbed into the fur of each bee individually.
What Edith Macefield needs is lots of balloons.
"/* ugly hack to... */" is a modest expression of pride describing concise, functional, readable and elegant C code in the same way as the term "//elegant approach to..." in C++ describes some borderline-insane misapplication of the STL with the incomprehensibility of perl and the verbosity of java.
Could it not also get more RAM and CPU when docked ?