Yes, you are right. So the clustering and the maltreatment events could be separate.
Can someone explain to me how you browse projects on kickstarter?
When I click on "Technology" I have an option to chose either "staff picks" or "popular this week", or "recently funded".
What about browsing non staff picked/recently funded/popular? How do I find those?
Could that be the reason that some project don't get a single contribution?
And what is the chance that out of 89x2 packages, 6 labeled "atheist" end up in the same sack, but no unlabeled ones get there? Unless the label had an effect on correlation between packages...
I mean, we could ask really nicely, no?
Hey, china, how about it? In the name of humanity? Openness?
One little word in your comment that kinda reverses its meaning...
But isn't it mostly the case that you know you don't want something even before you look at the content? So you can block the request before
it even goes out to the ISP.
Isn't 24/7 for three days more like 24/3?
Here is the thread describing my troubles, with some more info and better links.
It is called a "crisis recovery disk". Now that you have the magic words, googling should be easy.
I'm too far down for this comment to really matter, but in general, it is possible to unbrick a failed BIOS flash. The reason is that already for some time all (or maybe almost all) manufacturers have two parts of the BIOS - one that gets updated, and a second part that never does, or maybe can't. The second part (actually it is the first), only has very rudimentary software. It can read floppy disks, but not much more than that. The idea is exactly that you can recover from a failed flash.
That means that to recover, you need to get the right program into a floppy, with the right BIOS on it. You then boot into this special flash mode, which often means pressing some key combination. I've done it on an LE1700 that I bought of e-bay, and I'm pretty sure you can do it on almost any computer.
In some more modern BIOSes you don't need a floppy, but can do it with a USB stick.
I'm too lazy to do a thorough search for the exact procedure, but here are two good links that I found:
http://www.mydellmini.com/forum/dell-mini-10v/18080-how-unbrick-mini-10v-using-floppy-drive.html (this will work also on other computers, I think)
Insurance is for the type of thing that is mostly cheap, rarely expensive.
A google search revealed that the middle top one is VHDL or GHDL ("VHDL is an acronym for Very High Speed Integrated Circuit Hardware Description Language")
Look here: http://ghdl.free.fr/ghdl/The-hello-word-program.html
Of course it is a mistake. Maybe it is supposed to represent the general spirit of R.
Probably the help page of hello world documents this bug.
But your link seems to have the correct version
I think I've proven something that I didn't want to know.
Why should sticking a QR code into your phone be any different?
My comment was about the statement that Israel has a "right to retaliate". Which, I think, is very different from
saying that Israel has a "right to defend itself". I think countries, people, and even kids in kindergarten, have a right to defend themselves. Saying that someone has a right to retaliate is very different.
But, since I obviously lack the experience, could you please explain how you distinguish the agression of the ass kicker from that of the ass kickee? How come they "_never_ come back to fuck with you again"? Don't they see your agression also as a reason to retaliate, and finally kick your ass? Or is it that your ass kicking finally convinced them that they were right and you were wrong? Or maybe you were just stronger than everybody else?