Why? What were you going to do with it?
I upgraded and got a helpful "just swipe to see other apps" help bubble stuck on my screen, I don't have a touch screen so couldn't swipe it, and nothing I did with keyboard or mouse would remove it.
I had to Google how to disable help tips and edit the registry - not a friendly os. still haven't got it to boot to desktop instead of metro either
good to see free market applied to governments - you go land of the free(market)
punch holes in cardboard.
here at hobarthackerspace we have a pdp8 a chap is restoring so soon we may be able to have reliable paper backups.
And clips from CSI
I agree its a few years old. I tried to do this 5 years ago bit got stuck on the rendering a larger view area at lower resolution overlapping but not including the main focal point. I saw in their last demo they used opensource game and must have resolved this issue. but I was trying for a more generic approach and actually thinking only of a desktop view
sugata has done the research, you just need to impliment it
I would not use an isp that thought they had the right to alter my free and unfettered access to the internet in a y way shape or form.
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Ray Kurzweil, the author and big thinker on artificial intelligence and other topics, announced Friday he's been hired by Google to “work on new projects involving machine learning and language processing.” He says he'll officially be on board at the search
Ray Kurzweil joins Google as director of engineering | Internet & Media - CNET
Ray Kurzweil, Father Of The Singularity, Is Going To Work At GoogleReadWriteWeb
What Google Sees in New Hire, Futurist Ray KurzweilMIT Technology Review
CIO-All Things Digital-The Verge
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the catch is the copyright trolls still run the internet
they are usually well designed. this is not.
I tried to post a link to the article on Facebook, but it refused, claiming it had been flagged as abusive, Wtf!
atleast the packet has legal protection
in australia, the government owned physical packet switching network known as 'australia post' has huge legal protection over every single packet switchted through the network, unlike digital networks. even retaining the header (sender/reciever) data is illegal, and any deep packet inspection will be met with the full force of the federal police. so from a legal perspective the data is a lot safer in post than in your email inbox
Way to miss the point, again, Microsoft.
I can only assume this is another example of bureaucracy and accountants getting in the way of tech.
Now that all the speculation is over, can we accept that the USA is broken and just route all internet traffic around it? Surely the rest of the infrastructure is grown up enough to do without the rotting corpse that may have started the internet but is now too foobar.