Ada is named after a real person, Ada Byron, Countess of Lovelace, therefore should not be typed in all caps. thx
I think it was out in 2008, but we went last year, and if I had the money I'd go again this year. Awesome venue for F1.
Yeah, ok maybe, but the Nordschleife is NOT an "F1 Track" - not any more. I was thinking of "tracks you can go to to see a race".
After all, tracks they used to run on includes all kinds of weird and wonderful places. If they still did Watkins Glen I'd probably go see that too.
Spa Francorchamps, e.g. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBmcjp-vAaY
Saw the race last year. Simply awesome.
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I get dead-tree Wired for $10 a year; less than a buck an issue. So for the price of more than 5 such issues, I should buy a single issue with a glorified shovel-ware interface?
Hmmm, let me think about that for a second. OK, no.
Yes, I agree with this. I get it cheap, too. I've been collecting it for years.
Bad enough Wired never grew up out of its hipster typeface fetish, rendering many of the paper pages barely legible; I shudder to imagine what it looks like on an iPad.
Completely not true. They gave up the illegible chaotic design many years ago. The main article text is all the same typeface black on white, laid out as normal (parallel to the bottom of the page). The diagonally set text on paisley backgrounds, or whatever, was fun for a bit, but stopped a long LONG time ago.
...Both Alpha and Itanium were in-order...
IIRC the Alpha 21264 was out of order actually, see http://courses.ece.illinois.edu/ece512/Papers/21264.pdf
Don't press any keys at all in XP.
I went to the AT&T store on Lexington Avenue and approx 61st Street in midtown last Monday (one week ago today) and had no problem adding a second iPhone to my account (for my wife).
This story seems like some kind of mistake.
"The mini uses only 15W while idling in our tests, and a low 34W while running the CineBench benchmark test"