GP's point (and the point made in the summary) is still valid, though: Customers were still offered 2-day shipping, when the grounded planes and full trucks should have caused a red flag to be raised indicating that the offered delivery window will not be as dependable as it usually is.
So maybe a good backup situation (for individuals) would be: 1. Keep flash drive in USB hole a. Leave it unmounted somehow 2. At backup time: i. Mount the flash drive ii. Copy files iii. Unmount 3.
They promised that THIS time it's DIFFERENT!
Guess I'll never know what it looks like.
The article doesn't state what specific steps the country is taking to reduce crime. That would be much more interesting to read. Currently the article isn't much more than a page out of the IKEA catalog.
I'm neither a physicist nor a computer scientist, but if you can "hone [your] skills" using the simulator, why isn't it sufficient to have a fast enough simulation of a quantum system using a classical computer, and solve your problems on the simulator?
Suppose you could cut a starfish into 5 segments, and they could each regenerate the missing 4. Which is the real one? How much of a body can one replace before it's a different body?
Boston slashdotter, here (as if that mattered). Anyway, wouldn't it be as effective to just disallow inbound calls/sms/etc? Allow people to make outgoing calls to call friends and family and all, but don't allow phones to receive calls.
It was Joe from News Radio.
I'm guessing "noughts and crosses" is "tic tac toe".
AND captain nemo called the nautilus "[his] submarine boat". I think he deserves to name it!
ha! where are my mod points?
When I write little utility programs, I start by writing the words that will come out with "--help".
crookedvulture writes "Asus is showing off a bunch of new devices at the Mobile World Congress in Spain, including a budget Transformer model and an Infinity Series graced with a 10", 1920x1200 display. In addition to the tablets, there's the novel PadFone hybrid. This Snapdragon-powered smartphone has a 4.3" screen with a generous 960x540 resolution. If you want more screen real estate, the PadFone slides into the back of a tablet docking station that offers a 10", 1280x800 display alongside an auxiliary battery. That combo can in turn be plugged into an external keyboard with a full-sized SD slot, USB port, and other perks. The only problem is those auxiliary components are thicker and heavier than Asus' standalone tablets, which offer the same functionality, sans smartphone."