Come on now, give the guy some credit. Edison Carter got his hands dirty all the time.
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it's on the front page because other slashdotters voted the story up on the firehose. don't like it? go to the firehose and vote things down.
at the risk of suggesting you must be new here, there is much less editorial input than you might expect.
The brand new RPi 2 boards are quad core 900 MHz and can easily keep up. The original single core 700 MHz Pi boards could just get away with XBMC, but it wasn't all that pleasant.
The GPUs on both versions were designed and built for this task (they were originally out of set-top boxes) and have no problem at all with HD video.
though sometimes you do hear ocean acidification raised as a possibility
it's not just a possibility it's a basic chemical reality based on partial pressures. the acidity of the oceans has already increased by 30% since the start of the industrial revolution.
One point which often gets missed with the recent militarization of police forces in the US: Cops ARE civilians.
The mentalitily that they are not is a major threat to the citizenry.
Australia was the first to try, Argentina was the first to succeed, New Zealand
was the first to perfect it.
There is no need to [...] unless you have something to hide.
Now where have I heard that argument before...?
All the same, dashcams should be mandatory. They protect good cops while catching or putting a check on bad cops, and add an extra POV that neither the cop or the accused had available to them. Bonus witness.
> Police cams should be treated the same way as 911 calls
> If the police charge someone with a crime, then that defendant's
> attorney will also have access to the original video.
and likely tortured,
Feinstein and McCain delivered a 6000 page report on the floor of the Senate last week. You can drop the "likely" part now.
Since "third calmest since the 1950s" and "we haven't seen conditions like this since the 1980s" doesn't make for as good of a headline. (RTFA)
Crackers people, cheese.
Simply put: money * greed + lack of political will to do anything about the money * greed situation.
Hear hear. If one of the biggest and best known names in the FOSS world can't defend themselves from something so blatant it just encourages other big corporations from abusing smaller groups.
Red hat, we're looking at you to step up here.
The Systemd and GNOME3 toxic manouvers are irrelevant.
If you get the chance to monitor the barometer at high frequency there are a couple neat atmospheric phenomena which you can observe.
The shockwaves which preceed an oncoming strong front or thunderstorm are especially cool to watch.
Why bother developing, testing, and supporting a feature that few in their target market will ever use?
Because Google has a vested interest in the next generation of SD card not having patented and royalty incurring filesystem such as exFAT as the mandated standard. The more they can support TF card hardware spec instead of the SD card "experience" spec the better it will be for all of us. Except for Google's main competition in the laptop market that is.
As it stands now every smartphone with an SD card has as part of its manufacturing cost about $2 going straight to Microsoft for the privilege of using exFAT, because the SD standards committee in their wisdom decided that SD cards can't be called SD cards without it.