Yep, it's really hard. That's why you develop a system that doesn't need to detect 100% of the lane markings. If you can optically detect 30-40% of them, and add that data to lidar mapped concrete patterns, medians, satellite imagery, gps, and other data sources, the software can accurately construct the proper path to follow. It's like a circle, you don't need to see the whole thing to draw a copy, you only need three points from it.
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I'm going to extract a shitton of enjoyment out of going to sleep in my pod in Denver and waking up at the beach in San Diego!
That's why I'm fighting to keep node.js out of my organization... Management might start getting ideas. I am NOT switching back to PBR!
What you don't need is a PC. The majority of PC users don't do anything with their PC/laptop that can't be done with a tablet, and the experience on the tablet blows away the experience on a PC. Saying you don't need a tablet is like saying you don't need a cell phone 'cause your land line works just fine.
Great point. I always laugh when this list comes out each year, 'cause the guy who used jelHk7$%jh78df+EK9 was just as compromised as the guy who used abc123.
No one has ever accused the patent office of making things easy to find.
It's because they're not going after the tablet market, they're going after the laptop market. In the demo, they were comparing it to the MacBook Air, not the iPad. We're doing a product evaluation of the Surface Pro 2 at work, and the biggest complaints are that the screens too small and it's too heavy. they fixed both of these thing with the 3. This will sell ridiculously well in the enterprise.
It was meant more as a validation of your comment. Neither party's constituents are what the media (or other side) portrays them as. Many of the wealthiest, business owning Americans are Democrats. 8 of the 10 poorest counties in the US (the 'entitlements' voters) went to Romney. As a radical moderate, I find irony in either of the stereotypes.
With apologies to Charles Baudelaire - "the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world that Democrats are a party of lazy leaches."
In Denver, Mile High Organics, Door to Door Organics, Walmart to Go, The Organic Dish, Growers Organics, and a few others all offer a large variety of organic and local produce and packaged/prepared foods delivered directly to your home. Since your question was when, the answer is a few years ago.
Rather than looking for schools, start looking for jobs. To be a doctor, you need to go to medical school, to be a lawyer, you need to go to law school. To be a programmer, you have to know how to code, and your post implies you already do.
If you did, you should have patented it, 'cause you were way ahead of your time. The only other product doing anything like this in 2000 was Microsoft's new OWA client, which had just implemented XMLHTTPRequest to dynamically update content from the internet. This patent is a bit ahead of that in that it was being applied to display content from multiple sources, rather than just Exchange.
At 0 degrees Fahrenheit, to the human body, it becomes frickin' cold out.
At 100 degrees Fahrenheit, to the human body, it becomes frickin' hot out.
Why would humans care whether water is freezing? I have no emotion towards how water feels. When I go outside, I'm more concerned with whether I'm going to be freezing, and at 32F, it's only mildly chilly out.
What didn't he disclose? When Microsoft was his client, he let his readers know. Now he's started working with Oracle, while he's providing public opinions about an Oracle case, and again, he let his readers know.