You won't hear my electric car coming. Most hybrids are really quiet also
Does anyone know why they can't use lasers to knock down these fast missiles? http://www.defense.gov/News/Ne...
lets see what it can detect in the Northeast after 2 days of snow, salt and de-icer puts a 'film' of gunk covering 90% of the vehicle
"limited number of WRITES, and can become unREADABLE with little or no warning." I thought the failure mode of SSD's is that you can't write anymore, but they are still fully readable. So you would just image it up and copy to a new SSD or other HD
what if the camera loses its calibration? how do you fight that without knowing?
Install a bunch of learning apps for toddlers / children. They love the touch interface games
Hugh Pickens writes "Discover Magazine reports that despite the average person shaking hands nearly 15,000 times in a lifetime, one in five (19 per cent) admit they hate the act of the handshake and are unsure how to do it properly, regularly making a handshake faux pas such as having sweaty palms, squeezing too hard or holding on too long while over half the population (56 per cent) say they have been on the receiving end of an unpleasant handshake experience in the past month alone. But help is at hand as scientists have developed a mathematical equation for the perfect handshake taking into account the twelve primary measures needed to convey respect and trust to the recipient. The research was performed at the behest of Chevrolet as part of a handshake training guide for its staff and is meant to offer peace of mind and reassurance to its customers. A full guide to the perfect handshake is available on Flickr."
An anonymous reader writes "After six months of our new accelerated development schedule, MythTV 0.23 is now available. MythTV 0.23 brings a new event system, brand new Python bindings, the beta MythNetvision Internet video plugin, new audio code and surround sound upmixer, several new themes (Arclight and Childish), a greatly improved H.264 decoder, and fixes for analog scanning, among many others. Work towards MythTV 0.24 is in full swing, and has be progressing very well for the last several months. If all goes according to plan, MythTV 0.24 will bring a new MythUI OSD, a nearly rewritten audio subsystem capable of handling 24- and 32-bit audio and up to 8 channels of output, Blu-ray disc and disc structure playback, and various other performance, usability, and flexibility improvements."
AmberShah writes "The job post is your potential programmer's first impression of your company, so make it count with these offputting features. There are plenty of articles about recruiting great developers, but what if you are only interested in the crappy ones?" I think much of the industry is already following these guidelines.
I have the N3200 also. Will have to check out the Thecus hacks. Thanks.
http://www.thecus.com/ has a whole line of NAS's from SOHO to Enterprise. I believe they are linux based.
I agree. I know people that don't have any money, but they have an iPod. I never got into the whole iPod thing myself but I still bought one for my wife who needed something simple that just works. I don't know too many kids that don't have them either.