I see what you did there, but Emacs' codebase is actually quite small by today's standards.
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I nominate the comment above at the most stupid -as of yet- posted in the year 2013.
I nominate the comment above at the most stupid -as of yet- posted in the year 2019.
Fixed that for you.
Almost all cellphones today come with a hands-free headset. I actually used it during an interview with Facebook, and had zero problems typing and speaking at the same time, although they didn't hire me either. I don't blame the headset though
Also, according to their measurements, the conclusion should be more like "There's almost no point in spending $50 on a sound card, if you care only about playback, not recording."
Indeed, if the disk could be also read the same way like MO disks, it would be promising: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magneto-optic_Kerr_effect
I suppose the salt only takes part in the manufacturing process, and is removed afterwards.
If your friend works in the academia (from the currency mentioned, I assume you are from Europe), she can also try applying for an access to HPC-Europa infrastructure.
Considering the bytecode didn't change between Java 6 and 7, they can just watch and get all the Java 7 benefits for free.
Indeed. Like the internet. Or space flight. Or cell phones.
And it's been a failure, for a number of reasons:
- it cost a fortune to deploy
- one message costs an equivalent of about 1 USD, which means no one uses it except for communicating with the government
- it relies on a proprietary (although free as beer) rather obscure application for Windows, fortunately a non-profit foundation later developed a cross-platform library for accessing the mailbox
- once you register into the system, any official letter you get is automatically considered delivered, so you cannot deny receiving it, that's why any sane lawyer will discourage from getting such an account ever unless you are obligated to
Obviously, because so much money already burnt, the mailbox system is here to stay.