You would have had a much harder time if a large percentage of grills were not powered by propane. The grill and home heating infrastructure was indirectly supporting your vehicle.
Alrighty then, will John Corzine receive an indictment? I think we all know the answer.
If we could accelerate to relativistic velocity, the only other things stopping us might be relativistic dust specks, each and every one of which is now a bomb. For reference, see what could have been a deadly ding to the window of the Space Shuttle. If the object was larger, it might have penetrated. IIRC, it was thought to be caused by a paint chip. Velocity? Nowhere near relativistic.
A. Knock-knock. B. Who's there? A. To get to the other side.
No. Wait. Dammit. I suck at this.
Dude. Just take a stapler and some pens or something. Everything has limits.
The first thing I thought of was the Magic software that ran support when I was there. This was the late 90s and it was already considered old.
After I looked up that link, I realized that I had written some FORTRAN during an internship. That was in the mid 80s, and the install may have been a few years old for all I knew.
The best way to play Aerobie is to retrieve them from roofs, trees, and other places where they were thrown. Then, throw them gently. I'm not sure how this analogy can be applied to early vs. late adopters... or maybe I am and I'm just not telling you.
Maybe some are near water, another one is near high-grade ore, there are stations to service travelers between them, another one is in a better launch point to orbit, etc.
I'm not sure how parent got moderated Informative. Reddit does a pretty good job of not allowing offensive subs to pollute non-offensive ones. If you log on with the default set of subs, it's mostly non-offensive stuff with NSFW tags working pretty well to prevent you from following porn links and stuff. Yes, people talk about and/or link to offensive ones; but the offensive content itself is not in the stock subs. If you follow those links, you can find yourself in some truly bizarre and/or offensive places; but it's not in your face day-to-day unless you *choose* to go there.
We already solve it like programmers--we do it according to what the suits say, regardless of how stupid it is because... money.
The good programmers (would-be leaders) get disgusted and quit.
What we need is disruptive technology, from a different bunch of suits. This has nothing to do with how good the programmers are, except that if it's a good bunch of suits they'll attract a good bunch of programmers.
I'd say she's a lot more likely to get money from Uber than from non-existent multi-national cab companies.
Apparently, she didn't get enough. Let's see if she says anything about the "gig economy" a few months from now, and cross-reference that with the updated list of donors.
Snoop Dog's 'All my Bitches,' in C
NPR announcer: We don't know much about Snoop, but apparently he was a pointer who liked to run free.
No money was lost, no value was lost
CARTOON: Man wearing a barrel running up to shack. Thin woman feeding scrawny baby from a can. CAPTION: Honey, great news! A guy on the Internet told me no value was lost!
Rust can't be used to build a kernel because you can't handle OOM reliably.
From context I'm getting that's Out Of Memory. I don't know much about Rust; but what you're describing sounds more like a problem with the current implementation rather than the language itself... unless the developers painted themselves into a corner by specifying that allocation failure must panic and can't return something like a NULL.
Me, personally? I wouldn't want to do anything you describe. I'm wagering Linus doesn't either. The question was if he was *interested* in these new languages. Laying that aside now, what you're describing might be easier with Clang. That leads (heheh) to another question, and a quick googling seems to indicate that the kernel can't be built with Clang yet...