If you customized your phone and made it worse, clearly the issue is that you suck at customizing. This time, try rooting the phone, removing the bloat, voice search, and excessive app permissions, and then don't add any other crap back.
Because it sees the corner coming or because it detects you turning the steering wheel?
Although I don't do it on my current HTPC, if I got one of these I'd be interested in removing commercials and/or transcoding to MPEG4 (or Theora, etc.). I would hope and expect that something so embarrassingly-parallel yet not implemented in hardware would be faster on one of these AMDs.
Reminds me of Raymond Smullyan's celebrated book on logic, entitled "What is the name of this book?"
I bet it was ghostwritten by Abbot and Costello.
Are you doing any transcoding or commercial detection/removal? That's the sort of multi-threaded and/or GPGPU workload I'd expect AMD's chip to be better for.
It is well understood how ebola is transmitted and we have very well established containment protocols that we know work well. Ebola is not highly communicative, readily contained and the risks are quite low. The CDC doesn't even consider it among the most dangerous pathogens because it is relatively hard to transmit.
Sierra Leone's only expert on Ebola died from Ebola a couple of days ago, despite being an expert and therefore following all the safety procedures to the best of his ability.
It may not be the cheapest thing for business use or the fastest thing for uber-gamers, but it's better than any of the Intel chips you mentioned at being a DVR/Steam 'big picture" HTPC, which is why I'd be interested in it.
You know all you'll get is a big stack of completely blacked-out paper, right?
Working to obsolete that system.
That's not an action; that's hand-wavy bullshit. Try again, and be more specific this time.
My local Comcast office employes an off-duty Sheriff's deputy!
So, pray tell, if writing your representative is worse than useless, what's the action that would actually work?
Party D uses Party A's code, but locks it up a la TiVo.
Party E uses Party C's version instead of Party D's version because Party E gets more rights that way. (Party F, G, H, etc. ad infinitum keep more rights that way, too.... and that's the important part!)
The grandparent AC was trying to say that "allegation" has a negative connotation compared to "assertion," so the latter would be fairer to say.
You mean, limited to writing for any platform that uses something other than a web page as its UI (including embedded development, server-side development, regular PC applications, mobile, video games, etc.)? I think I can live with that limitation!
(Actually, even if you do write things that use web pages for their UI, unless you're the "UI guy" you still might not have to know much CSS!)
Ah, thank you. I knew the rule for "words ending in s" but failed to apply it in the case where the letters before s were NULL...