I've always enjoyed having a computer that's off and not even connected to the network, and watching people trying to hack my computer, while I'm fake typing and clicking. They seem to wonder what I'm doing and walk around to try to get a glimpse of my screen....
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Lookup the flashboot and adb commands from the ADK. Also download the adb driver from the vendor.
Go Speed Racer Go!
I implemented a web ide, but don't know how to get it out there.
It probably has lost popularity because all of these newbies can't handle a more powerful language, and have to go back to basic like languages. I could do lots with little code in Perl. Python looks like a BASIC with some c and perl features.
At Microsoft Redwest, vendors don't have office space. I saw many people working on the floor in halls. Others in the lunch room. You were expected to work from home. Some like me were good enough that they would make office space. Sometimes vendors would gather on the floor in their lead's office.
Anyone remember http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Moon_Rendering_Tools? There was a free version a long time ago.
At Cal, they used to give us the notes to the class so you spend your time thinking, not taking notes.
Delete your profile Control Panel->System->Advanced system settings->Advanced -> User Profiles -> Select and delete.
In regards to the discovery of the Higgs Boson, what is an example of a practical application of this discovery. I find that physics is best explained with real-world examples.
TortoiseSVN is easy enough to setup to run without a server locally and works great.
I for one welcome our microgravity flourishing worm overlords!
Dinosaurs break wind, news at 5!
I took a sledge hammer to a server and all my friends did too, and I avoided computers for a year, and learned automechanics. After that I re-found my passion for coding, and broadened my view of the world. I'm glad I did it.