This is actually really interesting technical problem that the Tor and Debian people have spent some time working on. In practice, with most compilers today, if you compile a program twice you get different binaries. There are a variety of reasons for this, from embedded time stamps to non-deterministic shared library reference ordering to embedding the host name of the build machine.
Here's the Debian project's wiki page on the problem that goes into much more detail:
I wouldn't define a ripped DVD as streaming. To me that's Netflix or Prime or Hulu or whatever.
I *buy* my Movies, and Netflix TV shows I missed mostly. While attempting to lose weight I've watched a lot of TV series on Netflix on the treadmill this last year. So much so that I've made myself bored/tired of watching something. Playing PS3 games on a treadmill is all well and good until you place assassin's creed and inadvertently take a step/lean while climbing on a building.
You mean "7 years experience in Windows Server 2012."
If companies gave a rat's ass about hiring competent workers, job recruiters would speak English.
Like every other smartwatch in recorded history, after a year or two the OEM will decide it isn't making enough money, and they will suddenly stop the data feed or whatever, and if you're lucky, the thing will still function as a wristwatch.
Manual doesn't bother me in the same way. If I'm shifting gears, that's fine - the car does exactly what I expect it to do.
The thing that annoys me is shift pauses in automatic. The only thing I told it to do was go faster, and it takes a break do do something else. On some cars, this can be like a 1.5 second pause.
The Matrix is discontinued.
A 4-door Yaris will probably come in at $16.5k new. It'll give you 15.6 cu ft of cargo space and burn a gallon of gas to go 30/36 miles.
A Prius will come in around $25.8 new. It'll give you 21.6 cu ft of cargo space and burn a gallon of gas to go 51/48 miles, while having a much more comfortable interior.
A better comparison would be the Prius C, which will cost about $20.1k new. With that you've got 17.1 cu ft of cargo space and go 53/46 on a gallon of gas.
Toyota doesn't actually sell a car cheaper than the Prius C with more cargo space.
I've got a 2002 Prius which still runs great. It's still using the factory battery pack, which isn't showing any signs of needing replacement.
Admittedly, they're expensive. I recently got a 2013 Prius C as a second car, and the reasonable alternative would have been a Honda Fit for about two thirds of the price. But after driving a car with a no-shift transmission there's no way I'm going back to the stuttery shifts of an automatic. When I hit the gas, I want the car to go - not start going and then pause to think about what gear it should be in.
Why even have "providers"?
Just give me an IPv4 address and a
Stir in a little melatonin and give the ear to Evander Holyfield.
Writing a piece on how programming sucks, in a typeface that hurts my eyes to read.
If Republicans are elected, expect fundamentalist programming to become mandatory.