You know, in a imaginary future where machines outcompete humans in every task, and no job is available for more humans to perform anymore, all those problems you cited just go away.
Syntax highlighting? Does that even work in the terminal version?
Yes, it works on the terminal. Autocompletion, and real time compiling also do.
Nah. Each one of those clocks are showing their own time, that may disagree by minutes or entire hours... I don't use a watch, but only use the computers and telephone clocks.
How would a telephone call work on a watch? One can put it near either the mouth or a ear, not both, and in any of those situations, it's quite an unconfortable position.
Thanks for the rerash.
People do use VoIP. And of course people don't use services that break in a NAT, they can't.
The problem is worse than that. It's a matter of the media missrepresenting the problem, and people not looking into the details to notice the hype.
I've never seen a technical forecast being delayed, only anticipated. The first one I saw from the working group was working with widespread adoption (like what we have now) of IPv6 by 2020-2025 and IPv4 addresses running out by as late as 2030. The media can't stand having that much time to fix a problem.
Which won't be for a long while because of all the old computers out there that have either no or insufficient IPv6 support.
Just how old are you estimating those old computers are? Windows XP has support for IPv6, as do the first 2.6 Linux kernel. I doubt there's a single smartphone without support for it.
The only reason we are not using IPv6 all along is because ISPs decided to save some 5% (probably less) of the cost on their last upgrades, or because they actively don't want to supply it.
To be fair my (badly constructed?) printer loses precision from vibration much before the stepers have any problem.
Also, all steps that it missed were due to electronic or software problems. Except when the software sent things beyhond the end of the printer, it never lost a step due to physical resistence.
Besides, the extruder is the one motor where if you lose a couple of steps, your project won't be ruined.
Wake me up when they get closed loop positioning for the other axys.
Neural networks are Turing complete analogic copmputers programmed by setting weights within it... Hash algorithms are programs that given an input return an output that is very similar to random, except for the fact that it's completely deterministic.
What kind of semelhance did you see between them?
In a Linux computer the button continues there, but there is a warning bellow it telling that the campaign only applies to Windows computers. When I click the button, it tries to download
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And then people will have always less money to spend on always cheap products...
At the end, everybody will have their $NaN to live.
They brought it to kill MySQL.
Somehow they couldn't imagine that people would switch to MariaDB and PostgreSQL instead of Oracle...
Does this BS successfully stop piracy?
I'm pretty sure you'll find updated installation media for Win 8.1 if you search for torrents.
That suggests that simple life is *easy*.
Or that it's only possible on a new planet, or that it must come early for inteligent life to have a chance of developping, or that it happened by chance.