A huge number of environmental problems could be solved if we could just get couples to have only 1 child. One side effect of this would be an aging population and reduction in labor force. But health care improvements and automation could cushion that.
It would require a huge amount of social engineering. Which is much harder than anything technical.
There is no open market. Ever. Deal with it.
"You know what they do with engineers when they turn 40? They take them out and shoot them."
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The last programming Language I can think of which was whitespace dependent was Fortran 77. And whitespace dependence was removed as soon as possible in Fortran 90.
Welcome to the 70's!
I never have problems with "R statistical"
How much energy would that take? What is the cost in creating the heat shielding?
It is mostly produced from hydrocarbon fractionation, mostly natural gas fractionation. It can also be produced from coal. It there does nothing to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and the process release large amounts of CO2. So, in my opinion, it is a useless road to go down and a scam.
Actually much of commercial hydrogen comes from some form of natural gas in a process called hydrocarbon fractonation.. Hydrogen is a scam run by the fossil fuels industry. It can in fact be produced by running live steam over coal. Wiki it up if you do not believe me.
Yep, I'm with you here.
I did a stint with 132 columns awhile back (back when I was running Linux on a machine that wasn't quite powerful enough to run X11), and I found the extra horizontal space to be mostly wasted. If I did start putting comments or code over there, it'd often get "lost".
Now, I do use a wide format for certain debugging applications. It also works well for spreadsheets. But for source code? I've definitely got an 80 column mind, despite ever having used punch cards or paper tape. I went from 28 columns to 40 to 80 as I learned programming in the 1980s. 80 columns is a very comfortable width. 132 pushed it too far.
80 columns actually corresponds pretty well to the amount of text you'd have on a type-written page on standard letter size paper (or A4, if you prefer). You get 60 to 72 characters across (assuming 1" margins) depending on whether you're 10CPI or 12CPI, and that's roughly how wide programs are when written within 80 column boundaries.
Anything like that, IIRC, is administered by the GSA.
Don't tell a Jews that. The Nazis sold it as being part of an anti-Jewish anti-Communist crusade.
Is there an employment ad somewhere you can point to back up your claim?
I've been boycotting them for years. And encouraging other to do the same. But their marketing engine is better funded than mine.
Will SCEA repair it in ten or even five years time? The answer is no
Actually, the answer is probably yes. They still service PS2's! And if they don't... there are other services that can repair/replace a blu-ray drive.