16:10 screen on a laptop, where do I sign up ??
And until Moderate Christians take up arms against " Lord's Resistance Army" and the "Ku Klux Klan", there is no such thing as 'a moderate christian" . Let us know when USA and Italy help their religious kinfolk.
A quadcopter is are partly steered by torque. I dont think it would be simple to switch from rotors to rockets
On the budget airlines there are no seat assignments, you can pay extra to get in the first queue. Once the gate opens its a dash for the 'best' seats
The earthquake problem can be handled like the Japanese bullet trains, sensor network and automated shutdowns
I think penny-arcade hit the nail on the head :
The sections where added to be used to to visually measure the precise distance between drives.
To be honest, people can argue till their face is blue if Bitcoin has an intrinsic value or not it all boils down to this :
Anything is worth as much as somebody is willing to pay for it at the moment in time you want to sell. All the rest comes out of the rear end of a bull.
Yesterday people made some nice money speculating on bitcoins (including me).
They peaked at 200 Euro's so i thing this might not only had have something to do with the DDOS but also the psychological barrier, I had an order in to sell everything at 199 Euros/BTC and used half of that money to buy at 100Euros/BTC.
Clearly for someone bitcoins had a real value yesterday
I have been to auctions and seen things sell at triple and more of their valuation, and I have seen things sold at 10% of their valuation.
Using more CPU = using more power
So this is not really green
you got it all wrong : soylent green
Why not contact some (local) charity's and see what you can do for them?
You get your project, you help a good cause and it looks good on your resume.
Do these support RPN, I am still using my old HP 32SII and while I have been looking for an upgrade no RPN is a deal breaker.
I just can not get used anymore to a 'normal' calculator
First there was slackware
Then I used SuSE for home useage and at work we used redhat.
I switched to freeBSD/openBSD for a while at home
then I used mainly LFS en aLFS but found it a bit to labour intensive so i switched to gentoo and centOs
Not to mention that you'll have to learn English to use any library or are they going to translate all those as well.
As a non-native English speaker that has had the torture of seeing dutch and french VB/excel I can only hope that this never takes off.
Even localized EDI's are a silly idea.
If you want to learn to program learn English, you can do both at the same time and have access to so much more information.
Except the guy who released the hashes most probably does have the usernames as well.