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If Apple has such a huge problem with it, then why did they give OWC a signed kext?
Too long. IPV6 Youporn would drop full adoption down to 5 minutes
When Time Warner asked why I was cancelling the video package from my bundle, I replied that the only TV I watch anymore is Netflix and Amazon. Sounded weird at the time but was the absolute truth.
Eat my shorts.
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They aren't being adopted because they try to solve problems that aren't really problems.
IPv6: not enough IP addresses. The problem is very real.
Rust: incompetent programmers who leak memory, which problem can be fixed at compile time (with tradeoffs that annoy some people but not others).
Both solve very real problems, you just don't see them because they are at a level deeper than you understand. Don't worry, the 'magic' will keep working, and you can keep posting, because other people will solve them.
Santa Barbara has a plant in standby mode - 2 years to reactivate, and they have begun planning for that. Planning.
San Diego will be getting water form the Carlsbad plant late this year. It took only about 15 years to build this, mostly to overcome objections from everyone.
These plants take time to permit and build, and planning is the most important step. But in California, that is in short supply, like the water.
Who cares if Nestle is reselling water ant any price? Their usage is a tiny fraction of the total, and shutting down ALL bottled water production in California would change nothing about the drought and impact.
Agriculture is the big user, and then people who live where water isn't. As with many resource shortages, this is equally a problem of delivery and planning. There is water to be had for Californians, but it takes planning, and there are few excuses for not doing that already. Only now do they start looking at desalination.
Looking to take it from Arizona is sort of cheap. Not going to happen.
A lot of lettuce is grown in Yuma. Not liberal territory.
No, not all of it,and that water comes from elsewhere also...
Random IO (where these are much faster) is not that big of an issue for most games.
Then you would expect it not to come in last place on a Windows boot, but it did.
Question I have is, how much of that load time is CPU and how much of it is reading from disk?