I think that the scale in which we age and how drastic it is directly relates to how we choose to live and treat our bodies.
I plan to keep taking care of myself and to see how it goes...if I hit 75 and want to end it then that's easy. Not really something I can speculate on now...and don't really think this guy is in his right mind to speculate either.
1) Pentium 4, 4g ddr POS, 6x2tb storage and a tiny OS disc.
2) Older core i7, 8g ddr2, 6x2tb storage and tiny OS disc.
3) i3 machine, 32g ddr3, 16g ssd for OS, 500g for VMs.
Usable space is about 7tb. Server #2 mirrors with server #1, the machines each run raid 5 with a hot spare... overkill but I've lost data enough times to be completely done with that mumbo jumbo. I'll soon be adding storage to #3 and moving #1 off site and mirroring remotely. I run a mix of debian/fedora/other. Between server #2 and #3 I have 6 VMs.
If this perv piece of trash had Google Now turned on then what do you expect?--or any of you fine folks have it active? That no human will ever come across data that is freely accessed by their software?
Unless you're surrounded by a monopoly, or other 'choices' that are vastly substandard. Such as 56k or very-slow adsl, versus high-speed, low-latency cable. 'Choices' -- I'd have to move to get another choice. Hogwash to that point, I say.
Sorry..I clicked "submit" instead of "preview." I had to clarify this a little bit because there was some redundancy . Also, "HTML Formatting" was selected instead of Plain old text. I replied again below which is more readable. =)
This is database architecture and IS used.
It works like this: You tier where your data is stored based on how often it is read.
Depending on your database load, you could use a tier similar to..
1+ reads per second
1+ reads per day
1+ reads per month
1+ reads per 6 months
1+ reads per year (this is your archive/old data level)
Based on your needs, you make data more available; data that isn't used is eventually shelved further back. Eventually unused data migrates toward 'old data' and takes increasingly more time/energy to read, but is still available when needed. Whereas your frequently accessed data is available immediately.
I've posted on the forums a total of maybe 3 times...ever.
If you don't want to show your real name, then just don't use the forums. You can get support in-game or over the phone.
And parents that want to protect their children: Disable realid (forum) access in the parental controls panel.
It depends. I had an atheros card with madwifi and I spawned multiple virtual devices, and I could connect to multiple networks at a time. As well as connect to a network and host an AP at the same time. Was pretty easy. (on Debian)
Indeed. I am actually excited about their research in managed operating systems. Which I think will come before 128bit. That's for sure.
But damn, Linq to everything else fucking rocks faces, and anyone who says otherwise seriously needs to buy a linq book and actually use the shit. Linq to XML/collections
Yeah, linq is handy with Entities, but you run into a whole messuh problems if you don't be careful with it. (And people who don't understand relational databases should stay away from it.)
At least, that is my opinion...but don't take it too seriously