it blows my fucking mind how many people here are placing the blame on the person who's papers were confiscated. this is completely unacceptable.
google says the exchange rate is currently 1.36 euros to 1 dollar. 10 billion euros would be 7.37 billion dollars.
that was across borders, sir. US law doesnt really apply outside the US, and im sure our govt gives no fucks, zero, about other nation's laws.
if you plug it into a tv its a pretty good drawing pad
i dont think anyone was advocating using an empty usb drive, which is nothing but a storage medium, in place of this. but rather, one of the many quad-core android jellybean hdmi dongles available from china for $30-80 (with varying hardware specs) such as this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkws05jsAH8
this is exactly right, and the media is assisting them in this grand distraction.
If you want congressmen to take your opinion seriously, you need to speak in the only language they understand... Campaign contributions, kickdowns and post-office job promises
i want to know where to buy a laptop with striped 15k rpm scsi drives!
nobody wants a 100% compatible substitute for outlook, because people want their email to -work-. outlook is awful, i spend more time supporting outlook bugs and failures than any other single thing in the office.
OSX -is- NeXTSTEP, every bit as much as windows XP -is- windows NT.
did anyone else not receive an email with a link?
the pentium2 used this design because it did not include L2 cache in the actual cpu die as all later cpu's did. the pentium p54c and p55c had their L2 cache on the motherboard, at system bus speed. the pentium pro had the L2 cache in the ceramic cpu package, at full processor speed (233/266/300mhz), but this was expensive to produce. when they brought the p6 design to mainstream production, cheaper, half cpu speed L2 cache chips were used along with the cpu core in its own package, with both on a daughterboard in a common heatsink assembly called a slot-1 cpu. this was both cheaper to produce than the pentium pro and faster than the L2 at bus speed design of previous cpu's. when die shrinks and memory technology advanced sufficiently to allow L2 cache to be integrated into a single cpu die along with the traditional cpu (coppermine pentium 3) it became cheaper to manufacture just the one chip in a pinned package again, as no external cache chips needed to be included with it. this had nothing to do with a technology limitation, and everything to do with cost. electrically, slot-1 and socket-370 were virtually the same, with similar pinouts.
seriously, people. lern 2 spele. its a 'poll' not a 'pole' - i guess this is what we get out of 'no child left behind'
seriously, the last 3 winters here have been frozen hell (not snowy, but inches of ice on everything - think 30ft trees falling over under the weight of the ice, and that being the norm not the exception), and getting colder every year - to the point where i couldnt even stay in my own home for weeks last winter, even my workplace was on generator power for over 2 weeks. this winter so far isnt bad, and i hope the rest isnt awful. it likely means a very hot summer (even more than the 90f norm) but im all for that.