I wish my cellphone were
I wish my cellphone were
For every economist, there is an equal and opposite economist.
Runaway - 1984 movie
Pick any two.
I'm afraid it's pick any one.
2) Command line — old school
3) Simple graphical frontend — i.e. Aptitude
4) Full GUI — i.e. Google Play, Mac Store, Windows Update, Synaptic
5) Update schmupdate — I don't have time for updates!"
If I were to order a drink from a robot, I'd follow its rules. This might be as simple as raising my glass in the air twice - whatever the new protocol is programmed to be.
When I order from a person, I want eye contact with the bartender. This won't work with a robotic bartender because it would be new and everybody would be staring at it.
Now put my name down as one of the coauthors and get on with some real science.
The (negative) effectiveness of tinfoil hats may surprise you
Dual booting could be a popular option so that people can keep their old programs and data files. They should simply use Ubuntu for their web surfing and cloud activities. Keeping a separate drive or partition for shared data between the two OS's takes a small amount of time up front and makes the data sharing much easier.
At university, we used to use two modems on two phone lines to double our connection speed on a single computer.
I made up the statistic of course, but I wonder how many people the feds are going after. If it is an absurdly high number such as one sixth of Google's userbase, then we should pester our politicians to get this thing changed. If Google is prevented from disclosing the information, then we might as well assume it is at least a number so high that it embarrasses the government du jour.
I figured it would confuse some people.
I believe the Viewsat 9000HD, which is chiefly a satellite receiver, will receive OTA signals. With an added USB hard drive, it is supposed to record them. I don't imagine the interface will be as nice as MythTV, but a commercial product does exist.
Does anyone know where duedil.com gets its Canonical data from?
If I am going to fork over $800, I want to perform at least some due diligence. Is Canonical simply going to use my money to pay downs its current liabilities, which were recently about 19,000,000 GBP higher than its current assets?
My Vic-20 had 3.5K of RAM
Many people think Turing cracked Enigma, but this is only partially true.
The Poles were the first to crack Enigma. Turing's lot later cracked naval Enigma. It took the capture of a downed U-boat to crack an updated naval Enigma.