Yes, pretty nerdy. And stupid. Because this is all what he can do during watching the movie: instead of enjoy the entertainment and accept the conventionality of the theater on the screen, focusing on hugging his girlfriend watching with him, instead he starts proving that the nuclear explosion in the movie was actually a CG. Pathetic.
But who sane would f*ck care what the code is actually doing? The movie is the same thing as in the theater! This "research" is coming from the pricks that they do not really care about the movie itself, but living in their own world, completely detached from the main story. John is going to press Enter to execute his bad-ass work destruction in the sake of saving humanity and kissing Anne, saying he loves her, yet some geek-prick does not gives a shit about the story line, but starts arguing that the code is actually not about bad-ass work destruction, but is essentially a copypaste chunk from the FreeBSD audio subsystem. Oh, this is the same stupid as trying to prove that they are actually do not killing actors during filming some shooting scenes... "Oh, this is sudoku game! I am right!!". Yes, you are right, and the bullets were actually blank and that nuclear explosion was actually a CG.
It is world largest, unless it will steered onto riffs and sink, like Costa Concordia. Then something world-bigger will be needed to get that wreck out.
i am paying 24,26 €cents per kwh
I pay the same 24,26 €cents, mein lieber Freund, and prefer continue to do so, instead of continue paying Japanese yen, after Fukushima happened. Yes, my house gone.
So can we now just close that utter bullshit statement about GPL as being world-best license to keep project alive?
I always replace "H" with "T" in this case.
Now, when selected, no more Facebook or tons of other websites tracking you. Now only Google...
1. Really good regular vacuum cleaner costs ~300 EUR. Things like Dyson costs even more.
2. If you toss in extra motors and a battery in it, making it 500 EUR, it still does not autonomously cleans your house.
3. Roomba starts from 270 EUR: http://www.irobot.com/de/store/store_products.aspx?id=487
I own one and I love it (and I do have vacuum cleaner too, BTW).
Of course! It was even demonstrated in "Iron Sky" movie: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1034314/
I saw something else with my eyes. One of my colleagues got Galaxy S3 and by accident dropped it at home on the wooden floor (no carpet). The thing is that the case was of course totally OK, gorilla glass was like no scratch. Well, the only inner glass of the screen itself was broken per half.
Then you didn't see much in your life or you see only average-minded trend followers who buys things because everyone does so. For example me and *all* my friends don't have that ridiculously huge rubber case. Relax.
When Samsung will again copy Apple and make their Galaxy 4 (?) thinner, you will need. No worries.
If whatever, then why the fuck you're writing this here? To fart into the puddle or what? And I have no idea who the morons gave it "Insightful"...
To fix it for new generation installations:
1. Make it possible to have packages with non-free proprietary software for sale (Ubuntu finally did that)
2. Make sure there is one standard for major distributions (Ubuntu is trying that hard).
3. Merge KDE and Gnome together tightly, so KDE software won't look like alien crap on Gnome and vice-versa.
4. Make sure LibreOffice opens MS Excel and MS Word documents flawlessly, so you can print-out Word document from MS Office and LibreOffice, put two papers on a window and see they're not different a milimeter (they do this in Japan, JFYI).
5. Fuck free-only ideology to slurp all sources into repository and build everything from sources only. Allow proprietary closed-source software.
6. Keep LSB as a fucking Holy Cow and never fucking violate it!
7. Make sure developers can make money from it. They want eat as well.
Oh, but that above will never happen, because everyone wants to have a choice and be free. And choice = chaos and shitload of knobs that a regular user never needs... Too bad, this is mostly geeks-only. Only Ubuntu makes some limited sense on a desktop so non-geeks can use it for a regular daily e-mail/web-browsing/music-playing box.
Linux desktop is too little for too late.