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The color of the pixels is white and gold. The white is blue-ish of course, but the people who see the dress as white and gold can clearly see that.
People who see it as white and gold see the real colors of the pixels. People who see it as blue and black have their brain doing color compensation automatically.
I'd say the normal people are the one who see it white and gold...
There are plenty of companies that do high-end videoconference equipment (they often call it telepresence), Lifesize isn't the only actor in this area.
The leader is Tandberg/Cisco, Polycom is a cheaper alternative.
You need to change your company name.
Something similar happened to my company. It got created in Europe at the same time as some other company with the same name in the US. We got the trademark in Europe, they got it in the US. We each got about half of the domain names, but they were better at the Internet game and got more visibility. A lot of people were confusing us for that company, including our clients. We had no choice but to change the name, and when we did it really helped with the business.
I don't understand why you'd need to buy an adapter at all.
Just put the disk in another computer. All desktop motherboards still have IDE.
The icons don't like that different than usual, I see no problems with it. They're a bit too bright for my liking, I find it a bit aggressive, but that's the style these days apparently.
What is really problematic in the screenshot though, is the "This PC" text. It's barely readable. There are two shades of blue next to each other that are almost the same, and in one the text is white and in the other it's black. It's incoherent.
They need to fix their color scheme and take accessibility into account.
Looks like it could be worth it to implement some advanced auto-aim technology.
A Parrot drone cannot stay in the air for 24 consecutive hours.
The optimal code depends of each micro-architecture, and there are plenty of different x86 ones deployed everywhere, so you need to know a little bit of each.
Transferring that expertise to ARM or POWER isn't that difficult either. They're more different, but the same principles still apply.
Most of the time though, optimizations are entirely portable. Using the cache well for example, can be done in a way that is independent on the cache and cache line size in certain scenarios, and in others you can use a portable function to fetch the size.
Actually, people who have high levels of knowledge usually expect anyone working in science to know a lot as well, as they're aware of the vast diversity of things and their own lack of knowledge in many areas.
People who think they know more than others usually only have a superficial understanding of things.
My job is to optimize some other people's code.
You'd be impressed how many people have no idea how to program to use caches effectively.
People than know pipelines how to make the most of the pipeline are even rarer.
words not worlds, sorry.
I'll never understand the people that confuse "premier" and "premiere", they are completely different worlds and aren't even pronounced the same. I've seen it in a slashdot summary a couple of days back too, that's pretty horrible.
I'm sorry if you felt hurt by my comment, it wasn't my attention. I never said that I detest anyone.
I am a software engineer in a specific field, and I have specific needs, different than yours.
Like I said, I don't expect people working in different fields to understand, because they don't really know what I need to do, just like I don't really know what they need to do.
My point was that for a segment of the population, Linux is already the best desktop and workstation operating system.
This is both stupid and cool.