You beat me to it. +1
You beat me to it. +1
I was an original backer for the Ouya. The interface is a bit awkward, but worse, the software titles just aren't compelling. There doesn't seem to be a great reason to make an exclusive Ouya game, and anything you can find there you can get on your phone or another platform. Playing smartphone games on your TV just doesn't deliver any kind of wow factor.
Non-compelling titles and not much reason for developers to target the Ouya platform pretty much sums it up. Also, for all the hype concerning the controller, it's not very well-designed and the buttons stick.
I'm still rooting for them, but the execution was pretty disappointing.
I would have had to guess at what they were after. As someone else mentioned, this question may have been taken out of context, though. If you saw it within the context of the entire test, the question, and therefore answer, may have been more clear.
Hell, make it +10.
Mipmaps were the first thing that came to mind for me, too, though there are some differences. I was also thinking that icons nowadays are vector drawings, and therefore scaling them would be different. I'm sure that scaling technique was used on them in the past, though.
The moment you use the phrase "best of the best of the best." Especially when referring to artists.
I'm okay with it. Otherwise, I'm out.
Perhaps, with a bit of re-branding.
Agreed. I always find it funny when people assume that a prediction that fails to happen right on schedule will therefore never happen.
Society will adapt, but at what cost? Stay tuned...
Is it enabled by default? Ran extremely slow last time I tried it.
Goes Thompson, Mendoza, then Bebb for me. No need for animation.
What is the natural progression once a completely robotic workforce is in place?
Most people don't even realize that wireless transmissions are being recorded and associated with an address. This came as news to me. I disagree that people shouldn't be complaining.
The article mentions health records and browsing history among the data. How is that possible from the street view?
That's why the system needs to include certifications based on the students' interactions. It can't be a matter of just watching videos. Khan has online quizzes and tracking, but I think there is a long way to go before anyone will be handing out degrees.
It is much harder to find a job than to keep one.