I let him go. - John Matrix
No we wouldn't, we only produce R6000 and Z-mainframe now.
Everything x86 went to Lenovo.
There are lots of hybrid SUVs, from small Toyota Highlanders to the enormous Tahoe/Yukon. Lexus and Mercedes if you are into conspicuous consumption.
Honda has the Odyssey.
Chrysler will have a hybrid Minivan coming out next year.
Now is the time to buy a EV/Hybrid, while the market is soft.
I think you are right there.
In rural areas, the house might be a significant distance from the road. I know the family farmhouse is at least 1/4 mile from the road, which means packages must be picked up at the post office, or at the UPS store in town.
Sending a drone to get even close to the house would be easy, and unlike in a urban/sub-urban area there is a lot of area that is not casually visible from the road.
I can see a marker of some sort to give the drone an idea of where you want it to drop things off. A simple post with a simple pattern would probably enough for the drone to figure it out.
Heck, a series of reflective markers could give it a suggested flight path to make sure it does not piss off the donkey, wake up the baby, or get too close to your cherry tree and knock off flowers with the backwash.
That is why it is equipped with a small catapult.
A PAK file can be compressed. It should be compressed.
What would be the advantage if it was not?
And most game files are packed compressed binary files, PAK. There is a lot of CPU work to be done once it is in memory, they have traded CPU cycles for disk space.
I recall at least one game (A Total War title?) that offered an option to unpack the PAK files so that access was faster, but it took up a lot of disk space.
It is the continuation of debate by other means.
Apologies to Carl von Clausewitz.
Yeah, he probably made more than $200 Million on Jar Jar Binks licensing.
Silicon Valley *used* to be the most fertile soil in the US, but it has been paved over...
and that was true before Monsanto was in the GMO business.
Problem is, your brain does not always see what your eyes are looking at. It edits the stream.
Don't believe me?
THAT is why we need a system that is based on cameras, because our eyes are not designed for the job.
Yeah, don't give people money, they will just misuse it...
Doesn't have to, it is just economically efficient. More efficient than other options, like collecting biological waste products.
That is why they called human waste "nightsoil" in the past.
They did before they were available. They dug the Panama Canal with Steam Power and manpower. If you can build that, you can build almost anything.
Building raceways to use mechanical water power is even easier, and can help bootstrap the other technologies. Before steam, most factories were water powered.
One such factory took in ore, and brass products like pots, pans, pins, wire, etc were produced.
I KNEW it!
The Illuminati are controlling our new robot Overlords!