I have been using netvibes for longer than iGoogle existed. I think it is superior to iGoogle.
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also keep the thumbs pointing outwards so you still have them when the airbag fires
As of today, there is a public release that is free for non-commercial use. If you own a Kinect or Asus Xtion, you can now easily create 3D models."
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They already know it works. It has been working for hundreds and thousands of years.
Wadsworth's constant applies.
If it is a scam, then why doesn't he ask for money?
Rossi does not want your money. He has solely funded all development of the e-cat with his own money: He has sold a company he owned, and he has now even sold his house. Peswiki asked him if they should set up a donation site for him, but rossi does not want that too. He also does not want to apply for FP7-ENERGY, a european research program for energy.
So Rossi either is a completely self-deluded man that manages to delude lots of other people around him as well, or he really has something working.
Not only do we already have lots of roundabouts here in Europe, we also have a Magic Roundabout.
If these four points describe a pyramid scheme, then gold is the biggest pyramid scheme ever.
A fast hash can be made slow very easily: just pipe its result through the function again, and do this a million times, and use this as the hash.
These errors would never have been occured when Stuxnet were open source.
Since it is optimizing positions which can be easily encoded as floating point numbers, I would use Differential Evolution for the optimization, or Particle Swarm Optimization (or both).
Some years ago I had these three laws of software development:
- A developer must write code that creates value.
- A developer must make their code easy to maintain, except where such expenditure will conflict with the first law.
- A developer must reduce their code to the smallest size possible, as long as such reduction does not conflict with the first two laws.
I still believe that these rules are the essence of good code.
Here you can see a comparison with mouseover effect:
You have no idea how fast I can write software that is slow on any hardware in both the forseeable and not-forseeable future.