meh...you are too late, suckers!
"Kilroy was here."
duality be damned!
their cryptic crossword is a bastard though.
would my 1970s vintage 50mm prime lens count as smuggling radioactive material? i've taken it overseas, and there's a wee bit of thorium in the glass.
never seen one, except maybe that nuclear boy scout's tinfoil-and-smoke-detector reactor would qualify.
told you the NSA was watching everything. no piddling slashdot comment is hidden from their omnipresent gaze.
The problem here, is getting the public to adopt heatsinks on their heads as fashionable.
But then again, I do remember beanie hats with propellers, polyester leisure suits and platform shoes, and disco.....
WQNA or does the guy repeat the show elsewhere? That one was in the block, too, you must have heard it.
Well, yes, I'm not saying Windows is completely useless; if you're a professional image designer you're going to need a $700 copy of photoshop and an OS that will run it. Hardcore gamers will need Windows. But nobody but a professional needs (and few can easily afford) photoshop.
If I was still into gaming I'd have a dual-boot setup that defaulted to Linux, but the game companies lost my business years ago; I think the last game I bought was Quake III. DRM killed gaming for me.
I presume you meant evade, yes?
Yeah, I have no idea how that happened. I must have had what my mom calls a "senior moment". Getting old sucks.
The misspelling of Koch's name was deliberate, though.
of course only for the conservative definition of waste - which of course is only applicable when discussing spending that they are philosophically opposed to.
Very true. Giving me the money I put in social security for the last forty years back is waste to them, as is feeding the hungry, spending on scientific research, etc. But they're fine with the money being so usefully invested in war and fighting drugs and pornography and prostitution and gambling.
If so, they are epically slow learners then when it comes down to the greenhouse effect.
Nice, even though I was referring to the fictional future terraformed Venus in "Nobots."
Odd how every Republican President since Hoover presided over a recession or even worse economic disaster, isn't it? Or how every Republican President in almost the last half century has started a war. Even odder is how nobody seems to notice that.
That said, if the pictures he has linked to that he tells us are of himself at various political rallies are accurate, then he certainly does not outwardly appear to be rich.
Or very intelligent. The only three kinds of conservatives are rich ones, stupid ones, and brainwashed ones.
Sounds like you heard the same show, that was the song that followed "Beam Me Up"!
Uh, no. An API is not subject to copyright, and so you can't sue someone for writing code to an API or reimplementing that API. That has absolutely nothing to do with whether you can use a specific service in a specific way. Google could not stop someone else implementing the YouTube APIs on a different media hosting site.
I think Microsoft has been quite clever here. They're now in the situations where they're giving their customers something that they want, and Google is telling them that they can't. They can't really lose: if they can keep offering the app in the same format, then they can provide a better experience than other platforms. If they can't, then they have some good material for their next round of anti-Google adverts.
The video says that the wind is manually entered by the operator. I find it odd that it shows the temperature and barometric pressure. Is that really useful information when you're lining up a shot?
After watching their little YouTube clip, I wonder how useful this is. Placing the aiming dot seems really similar to aiming in the first place, I guess the only difference is you don't have to compensate for gravity/etc. I found it conspicuous that they didn't show their simulated target moving in the video. Can this only help with a stationary target? It seems like it would screw up your aiming if half the time you had to do it manually (compensating for everything) and half the time the system handled it.