... who never saw a gun control bill he didn't like. the dystopia envisioned by Orwell cannot happen without first disarming the people.
Israelis who eat mangos as children also possibly develop immunity to urushiol. also posted this below before seeing your comment. http://www.eoearth.org/view/ar...
the fourth amendment won't allow such intrusion into our personal belongings. Thoreau will have to be sent to China or North Korea to use his talents. also, I'm pretty sure Henry David would not be happy with the choice of the dog's name.
thanks for helping enable the surveillance state to ratchet things up a notch, WPI. why can't you go back to making polywater, like back in the 70s?
besides those already mentioned, codechef.com is good for a beginner; so, I understand, is spoj.com though I haven't tried them. topcoder.com isn't bad either.
it's so rare to see the word 'meme' used in its true sense any more. I'd love to see Internet memes called 'netmemes' to disambiguate the terms.
_Dark Rivers of the Heart_ by Dean Koontz. the sat is nicknamed Godzilla and a programmer, Ellie, has a backdoor into it. great book.
sure, I'm game. I once had a
/16 flapping for hours after I made a routing change after a 3-pint lunch and couldn't figure out how to undo what I'd done. and of course my co-workers rightly hung me out to dry.
224/4 is multicast. 240/4 could be made available. https://tools.ietf.org/html/dr...
285 million addresses reserved for no compelling reason. sure, let's push onwards to ipv6, but saying "our hands are tied" when over 1/16th of the entire space is still available is a bit irritating.
there is zero need for a grid any more. wind power has been under a dollar a watt for years, and PV panels for about two years now, and I'm talking about consumer prices. the only thing keeping people from installing their own sources of electricity is laziness.
oops, chairdog. I had a 50% chance of getting it right before googling.
"furniture that shapes itself to cushion the user's most-stressed areas"... the Bene Gesserit have had those for years.
perhaps. I believe the current ubiquity of under-$100 computers is due in part to OLPC. I just wish everybody would make devices waterproof and drop-resistant by default, as the OLPC project pushed.
please refile under the what-could-possibly-go-wrong dept. thanks!