Kirk: Damn it, Bones, you're a doctor. You know that pain and guilt can't be taken away with a wave of a magic wand. They're the things we carry with us, the things that make us who we are. If we lose them, we lose ourselves. I don't want my pain taken away! I need my pain!
Talk about first world problems, people can buy it on release day if they're so impatient
Just my job, generally. They've no idea how to run a software business, think agile means throwing a constant stream of changing requirements and bugs at you until the minute before "go live"
If I ever get around to it I'm going to re-edit the entire of the 6 films into 2 films mirroring the style of KILL BILL. heck STAR WARS even has the same numbers of letters in the words and the cover can be luke + lightsaber instead of Uma. That way you only need 2 / 3 handy flashbacks from the prequels to get back story and you can miss out a load of ewok garbage too. Just got to try to make Part 2 less talky
Maybe an electron tunnelling high res scanner to take a photo of the data layer. Then write software to "read" the disc and archive the ISO. Simple
"Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results"
Developers should stop creating password based systems and think of something else.
or the human race itself could grow up, and we could collectively acknowledge that we ALL did and said stuff when we were younger that on reflection probably wasn't that wise. It's like we're all living under a single big fat lie
When everyone's bad deeds and naked photos are on the internet, noone will care.
Guess that would put a bunch of tabloid newspapers out of business though.
I grew up in C, C++, Java and - for £income purposes - trained up in c#
I think part of the hate against VB (shocking pre
it's like programming languages are deliberately designed to use obscure terms, syntax, symbols and squiggly characters for no reason other than to obfuscate it from puny humans
Alternately while in the near-dead state they can still HEAR and their evidence is accurate based on that.
Like ignoring the mainstream/chart music industry and supporting local/DIY live bands, musicians, DJs & poets?
In my experience people get terrified at the thought of paying circa £3 to go see a handful of acts that they've never heard of. They'd much rather stay in their comfort zone than risk actually liking something that Big Media hasn't pre-approved for them. Fucking sheeple.
Yeah and they almost literally tried that, next one out was http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bedknobs_and_Broomsticks
OT: My other half is a music/arty promoter type person and last year she was at Edinburgh Fringe chatting with someone who does a similar job in the US. She was telling this person about a recent gigs she'd put on in an Arts centre, a converted medieval church. ~Said person remarked words to the effect "Holy crap, your venue is older than my country!"