Well idiot W10 is a fine operating system
No, no it's not. My income since 29th July has increased, mainly due to sorting out issues caused by Windows 10.
I'm not objecting to it for obvious reasons, but to call it a fine operating system is just incorrect.
If you're going to push a "free" upgrade to people, and boast of its improvements and superiority, you'd better make sure that commonly-used programs (such as Google Chrome) migrate seamlessly, or at least leave a message or log about things that went wrong, so i don't have to spend hours diagnosing the problem.
No, I don't remember that, seeing as how TMMM was published in the 70s, and Linux was released in the 90s.
If you meant Unix, then you're getting closer temporally, but you've still missed the target.
I'll assume your auto-correct substituted "Linux" when you really meant "OS360", but I'd like to see some examples of "discreet OS360 programs and pipes" to support your statement.
It made perfect sense to me. When money is not involved, i.e. it's not a contract (offer, acceptance, valuable consideration), then it's different to a transaction involving the exchange of $$$.
If GP's friend invites the P without prior mention of money, then it's not covered by commercial law.
If GP's friend is given money to invite the P, then it's a commercial transaction, and subject to commercial law.
If GP's friend invites the P, then asks for money afterwards, no court is going to believe it wasn't a commercial transaction.
Perhaps coat the vulnerable surfaces with copper? If it's too expensive to provide electro-plated ducting, then spray some copper-rich paint onto the relevant parts.
It works for sailing ships. Don't know if it'll work for this particular beastie.
Or buy a decent juicer and some fresh fruit. You'll save money in the long run and it tastes a hell of a lot better.
I've got both a citrus juicer and a centrifugal juicer. You're right about both $$$ and taste.
Plus, you can use the pulp in baking cakes and stuff. And man, that stuff is good.
Tried that once. Wasn't successful. Now I feed it to the chickens and get eggs in return.
Don't be in such a goddamn hurry to just throw some calories down your neck.
I'm not. I throw beer down my neck. But sometimes I'm out shopping and I feel like an OJ - and once in a while I get the urge for a Coke.
Well, "no added sugar" is a start. When I said "read the ingredients" I kind of meant "read and understand the ingredients". When I see "reconstituted x juice" I'm immediately suspicious because there's no guarantee it's been reconstituted back to 100% of the original volume. If you only reconstitute it back to 80 or 90%, it's going to taste sweeter, isn't it?
I'll assume you're in the USofA. Australian labelling laws are a little different. I don't believe you can put "no added sugar" and "evaporated cane juice" on the same label here and get away with it.
It's also possible to read the ingredients list and make your decision that way. You don't have to do it every time, just identify the brands that say things like "no added sugar", "no added flavour" (Why the hell do they feel the need to add flavour to OJ?), "unfiltered" or "with pulp", and try to avoid the ones that use "reconstituted" juice.
It's important to exercise your options as a consumer - if you keep choosing added flavour/added sugar etc, they'll keep making it.
A small grocery shop in town has just installed a commercial juicer. He charges a lot, but it's pure juice and no additives.
I was asked a number of questions when I sought a quote for connection to the grid.
1. Single-phase or 3-phase? (Lots of dairy farms around here, they all need 3-phase)
2. "Will you be wanting air-conditioning?". When I asked what difference it made, they replied that it would cost more, as the service would be rated to deliver more amps. It seems that McMansions and ducted air-conditioning have caused some stress and overload on traditional delivery systems. One or two AC installations in a street, no problem. When every house in a new development has ducted systems, they have to up-rate the local grid.
Because it's programmed by Apple employees?
Been to the cinema lately? You're watching a stream of JPEG2000 images at 24, 25 or more frames per second.
JPEG2000 isn't dead, and if it couldn't be decoded quickly enough, it wouldn't be used for DCPs.
I was wondering about this - how well does it perform against J2K for transcoding video frames, in both processing power required, and the quality of the final result?
My own experience with creating DCPs from open source tools (OpenDCP) shows that the J2K conversion phase requires the most grunt. If FLIF were to produce smaller file sizes or require less processing to produce the same quality, that would be an improvement.
Good luck getting the DCI groups and end users to accept it, though. There's a lot of money invested in DCP server software that currently uses J2K.
Re: why Batteries? Those of us who choose to live beyond the grid. It's only 600 metres away from my house but Energex want ~AUD$30K to extend a standard (i.e. non-AC) single-phase service to my house.
Solar panels are a damn sight cheaper than they used to be. My last purchase in 2009 was 6 x 140 watt 24 volt panels @ AUD$1400.00 each. Those same panels are now less than $400 each.
IR spectrum is not good for your eyes. Not as bad as UV, but still in the "not recommended" category - and especially as your pupils will be more open than when outside in daylight. If a cinema was caught doing this, there'll be a moron and his/her lawyer somewhere willing to sue. If they win, then bye-bye to IR lights behind screens.
Saliva causes cancer, but only if swallowed in small amounts over a long period of time. -- George Carlin