Only that she STILL is lower than other published "research" grade ultracapacitors.
Its a game where money is not really "destroyed", but created everytime a monster is killed. OF COURSE it has inflation.
I found it very interesting that he found the display to dim to see anything when looking out of the windshield.
No preview has mentioned this up to now, and I think thats an interesting issue. If you cannot even see the turn by turn display of google maps in daylight, how will the other usability be?
Sorry, but gas molecules are WAAAAAY faster. At temperatures hot enough to vaporize the crap, it will be in the km/s range.
This happened in 2010.
Those were old computers.
They already had the money to buy replacements budgeted in their 2010/2011 budget.
So they had to decide to pull the effort the reimage everything for a couple of months, or just buy the new ones early. Buying the new ones early did cost a bit more (30k for all of them), but less then a cleaning would have cost.
The servers, who where not sheduled for replacement, were reimaged just fine.
Well, that fine.
But I name that planet Bob. And seeing that have just as much authority to name extraterestial bodies as this company that isn't even important enough to have a wikipedia article.
Then don't run your IMAP client on a potato, and sort after date.
Seriously, want to use advice how to wipe your butt after shitting, too?
Thats what Nasa World Wind is.
Was available before Google bought Keyhole and renamed it to google earth.
You can still download the laterst version.
I would phrase this different.
There IS recording equipment that CAN get the full majestity of a huge organ in a church or cathedral.... its the PLAYBACK equipment and venure that will never be able replicate the sound.
> I cringe at the mere thought of encrypting my whole main drive, OS and all. Bleaaggghhh! But if you don't, you have to clear your logs once in a while.
With Truecrypt, I have >>1GB/s possible throughput, so even saturated SATA-6 from an SSD will not be limited by CPU power - hell, 1 or 2 cores are not in use anyway, nearly all of the time.
And defect sectors or other snafus? Well, if a 4k block is dead, it does not matter if it was encrypted or not. Its not like the whole thing breaks down...
You are old fashioned.
A good e-reader only needs to be charged every month or two (thanks to Lithium batteries), and is using micro usb, so you do not need a charger, cause if you are gone from home for more than a couple of weeks, you might have your cell phone charger or a laptop or something with you, anyways.
That seems a bit like crowd sourceing a successor to the Lord of the Rings.
Getting the money is easy, but getting a product out, after all the time and all the dispersed talent, that does not suck in comparison to the original, that is a challenge
Don't forget the AMD Athlon.
Pentium Pro was good (at least as long as you stayed away from 16 bit code), but the Athlon showed that you can do stuff that only PA-RISC and Alpha had before with x86 ( in particular, superscalar FPU with parallel mul/add/memory op).
At that point, it was clear that you can shove EVERYTHING into x86. And who cares about 8 (now 16) registers, if you never touch them anyway and there are 200+ rename register under the hood?
You seem to be delusional.
Hurray to Google for re-inventing ActiveX. May they have just as much success as Microsoft with it.