You get sequencing too...
You get sequencing too...
Nokia, Nokia, why hast thou forsaken me?
I had copied the exact same sentence to make the samo comment.
You got it first.
Moreover, there are people from all around the globe working on the LHC. That makes it's location even more meaningless.
I personally know some folks from my country (Argentina) that are working on the LHC and I know there are many scientists from many other countries working there too. Who cares where it's located?
Everything is US centric for some US people... I feel sorry for them. They have no idea there is a bigger world out there.
There was a time when you had to be very careful about the ram and the processing limitations.
You had to make sure you had enough space for your variables and make some weird stuff to get more done with less resources.
That's all gone now, hardware is relatively cheap so too little people care about optimizing the size of stuff.
Just what the subject says...
We in Argentina have presidential elections in October.
If you are an Argentinean, think about this censorship, think about the fines they issued at anyone doing private (and real) inflation indexes, think about the current government war agains one of the mayor TV, radio, newspapers and magazines producer.
Think about all that and then decide who you are going to vote.
That's exactly what happened to me and my N95. I was laghing at my friends when they were amazed because they finally got multitasking and copy/paste in their iPhones. I had that since day 1 and years before the iPhone was even a concept.
Well... sometimes they are right but decide to hide the information "for the common good" or "to prevent panic"...
because they know better, right? who are we to decide for ourselves?
I have the same problem but worse.
I was getting emails from an online bill paying systems from other country that aren't for me. My best guess is that the $%&"&!#$& guy didn't know his own fricking address and entered mine by mistake.
I got tired of reporting the issue so I finally decided to reset the site password (got the new pass by email), login, change the address and password to something random so I would never remember it and then logoff.
If people is stupid enough to type a wrong address in their homebanking account they deserve worse than that.
All the other emails I get that were for someone else, I'm just sending a reply telling the sender that the address is wrong and then I flag it as spam (using gmail).
...when you can have this http://science.slashdot.org/story/11/05/13/2134228/Invent-the-Medical-Tricorder-Win-10000000
"It's like deja vu all over again." -- Yogi Berra