And we already know the name.
And we already know the name.
I have no idea why I typed "omni", I meant obihai.
I don't get robocalls anymore. I won't promise that it'll work for you, but it worked for me.
First, I got google voice and enabled Global Spam Filtering, then I replaced my home phone with an omni. The only number I give anyone is my google voice number (which also rings my cell).
All the robocalls just stopped.
No, I don't work for them, no I don't get kickbacks, and no this isn't a solution for everyone (my landline no longer has 911), But it works for me. So far.
Where the hell is the human medical technology?
I don't know about you, but I'd just assume pass on grafting eyeballs onto my bum TYVM.
And we'll never get a little slip of paper telling us "We missed you, so now you've got to drive down to the UPS office to pick up your package".
Oddly enough, USPS is the only company to do this to me. The rest will simply try again the next day, but USPS always makes me go to the post office, wait in line, and then show ID and sign for anything that has delivery confirmation.
I can see several uses for this thing. As soon as I saw it I thought about re-bonding cracked plastic pieces, quickly making a plastic washer, using it to freeze electronic components that are likely to get bumped and break, or make a quick replacement knob for that amplifier I got at the thrift store. Heck, you could quickly draw an enclosure for a raspberry pi.
As others above have said, it's mostly a hot glue gun for ABS, but I can think of 3 or 4 times in the last year where such an item would have come in really handy.
For now I'll skip the $50 and continue using an old soldering iron and "salvaged" ABS. I'd certainly pick it up for $20.
The problem is your data set includes gaps- 2.01, 2.52, 3.03, 3.54 and so forth. And there's also the really evil one- 3.55.. then you have to define if it should be round half to even or round half to odd.
mod parent up.
What makes you think he'd only sell it once?
we've finally discovered dehydrated water?
Overall, I'd say the patent examiners did their job just fine. A patent isn't guaranteed to work.
Exactly. It's a perfectly cromulent idea.
by using reverse().
What a stupid test.
Agreed. I would take that as a sign that it was not a place I would want to work at. I mean, it's a bit better than asking for VB, but not by much.
If I did bother to respond, I think I would respond by using replace(). It's more efficient because it exists and does exactly what is required. My comment would be longer than the code.
I think you meant François Petit.
No, we like criticizing the notion that adding "on a computer" to an existing idea somehow makes it a new idea worthy of ownership/patent/suing for infringement. We are not against the notion of doing things on a computer in and of itself. We consider that to be an improvement upon an existing idea, generally to help avoid mistakes and make existing systems more efficient.
Our issue with the patent of such ideas is it causes stagnation and prevents us from continuing to improve systems and make them more efficient.
If you learn one useless thing every day, in a single year you'll learn 365 useless things.