Great to see everyone jumping on the bandwagon. Focusing on the flag once again ignores the real problems since it's easier to find a "magic pill" to fix everything. This is like Obama's first election where, once the flag is down, everyone will declare an "end to racism" and happily ignore the real work involved with tackling endemic bias.
My 2001 Jeep has a base "go home mode" if there is a problem to where the normal engine parameter look up tables can't be used. This way you can still drive the thing to a shop even if some sensors, etc are shot. I know this is a pretty primitive comparison but, at the very least, you'd think the A400M engine software would have a *baked in* "go home without crashing" dataset.
I don't stream music except via internet radio, but I can see this as a good sign for upcoming competition. What I don't see will be any change for the small working musician in the pie. These are services to provide data and harvest data from users, not benevolent online record stores. I also like how Apple is reinventing Shoutcast but getting people to pay for it.
No thanks guys. Long live freeform, listener supported WFMU.
>I have imposed a 100,000 line of code limit for all time.
That actually doesn't sound like a bad idea.
At least on OSX, you can turn scrollbar hiding off
Again, new Gnome features match OS X stuff introduced years ago:
3.16 introduces a new style of scrollbar for GNOME 3. Instead of being shown all the time, these new overlay scrollbars are only shown when needed
So responsibly exposing kids to risks early in life helps them deal with those same risks later on? Who would have thought
Lot's of rear end crashes, you say? How about people get nailed for tailgating more often?
Where I live in the north east, people routinely travel 70+ mph with as little as 4-5 feet between them. It's like the automatic driving car caravans of the future minus the automatic and future part. NO WONDER there are so many huge pileups month after month when most people do not see to even attempt to maintain a reasonable minimum distance between themselves are other cars at speed.
We really don't *need* more automatic features. I predict the majority of people buying braking assist now assume they don't have to worry about distance because "the computer" will "hit the brakes for them". It's like how people with 4WD or AWD assume they can drive full speed on ice.
The irony is that it's only taken 40+ years to get to display resolutions for raster graphics to approximate vector graphics.
Not to say this isn't cool. I like that the youtube video is basically the following chain: raster Quake -> custom vector renderer -> vector scope -> raster camera capture -> raster video upload -> raster youtube video stream -> you eyes
In *no way* is the video as cool as that scope in real life!
Maybe the issue is really that the BANK wants that data and Apple isn't giving it to them
I'll stick with actual buttons, thank you very much.
Has she even had enough time? Did they expect her to have a magic wand or twiddle her nose when she was hired? Short-term investors just need to pucker more.
Really? Really?! We need a VR SIMULATOR to understand what it's like to be black in America??!
How about you TALK to your black neighbors? Is making a computer simulation somehow easier than listening to another person explain how life is like for them? NO WONDER things are the way they are.
"We cannot quite know what will happen if a machine exceeds our own intelligence, so we can't know if we'll be infinitely helped by it, or ignored by it and sidelined, or conceivably destroyed by it." I'm betting on "ignored."
Well that's fine, I guess, if "ignored" is in not in the sense of humans ignoring ants aka easily destroyed without remorse when necessary or annoying.
Also, how long until Google attains self-realization that our ant brains are easy to pick? Oh, wait
I half expect to see a developer unlock for OS X, so that by default, you can't install anything on OSX that isn't from the App Store.
They already have this, it's called Gatekeeper. You can simply turn it off in the Security settings. The moment you can't I won't be using OSX