I thought anthropogenic global warming was solving that?
However, the focus at improving a task repetitively helped me enormously, and I have video games to thank for that.
No. That is not how it works. But keep telling me what you think I stand for, rather than what I actually stand for. I can't force you to do otherwise.
Actually, you could probably easily get 33% of the US public to agree that money equals free speech.
If you can make it through his 45 seconds without falling asleep you might hear him say:
Being as it is the continent that encompasses the south pole, how do you define what is southern?
15GHz woulda been sweet.
harrymcc writes: In 1984, Apple launched the Apple IIc computer. As part of its promotion, it produced a video with Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and other employees talking about company's founding and the creation of the Apple I and Apple II computers. Over at Fast Company, I've shared this remarkable, little-seen bit of history. It's full of goodies, from images of Jobs and Wozniak wearing remarkably Apple Watch-like timepieces to evocative photos of early computer stores.
That is the only feasible explanation for it being down right now. We know this site doesn't direct enough traffic to take down any website that is more robust than that.
In a theological sense, modulo the crawling, sure. This is the Meaning of Life we're talking about.
I suspect that statement may have actually trapped smitty in an infinite loop. He has stated before that he reads my comments assuming that I mean the opposite of what I say. Hence in the case of sarcasm the loop might never exit.
Now THAT, sir, is a theory.
It's kind of like that Metallica line: "Come crawling faster / obey your master. .
I use Putty plenty, but I haven't had a time yet where I have needed to use it on a new system and needed root access on the system I am logging in to. If I'm using it on a new box, I am logging in with my usual non-root account on my remote system. How exactly would they use that to gain root access?