No, we should be using miles per litre. We drive in miles and fill up our cars in litres, so I would rather know how many miles I get for each litre I put in. Knowing how many miles I get per gallon is totally meaningless, as I have no concept of what a gallon is or how many of them my petrol tank holds.
I once wrote the formula for a gravity routine while on the toilet, for a tank game written in Amiga Basic. It was in my head, so I had to quickly get back the the keyboard to type it in before I forgot it
Workbench, with NewIcons installed.
In our house we have 2 mobile phones, 5 TVs, and 16 working computers/consoles (mainly computers). These global numbers seem totally insane to me.
I took my online name from his Necronom IV painting. His Alien, Derelict, and many other designs are some of my favourites in film history. His work was truly original. No-one else's work I've seen is as quite as disturbing, original, and amazing as his. I've been a fan since I first saw the films. A sad loss.
I'd also say the fact that PS4 games are usually in 1080p and XBone games are lower res is a factor, plus all the restrictions they were planning on that everyone hated. The whole thing was a PR nightmare.
So now they are the same price, but the PS4 is still more powerful.
If two things are the same price and one is more powerful, then I would expect people to buy the better, more powerful one.
Absolutely! I'd love BST to stay all the time. We should just leave it after it changes and rename it GMT, as it would be a shame to lose the name of the world standard.
I could have wrote that. I'll never have anything but hatred for M$. I was a big fan of CBM (PET, Vic-20, C64, A500, A1200) and was using my Amiga until 2001. I still miss the RAM disk (I haven't found a similar one on a PC to this day, that re-sizes) a lot, and the ASSIGN command (in general use as a standard way of doing things), and the URL going into the comments field when I download things, the instantaneous feedback from the OS, screen handling, and many, many other things. It was a joy to use, and M$ took over. I hate them. That is all.
About 15 years ago when I was still using my Amiga every day, there was talk of QNX being part of the Amiga's future. I got a demo on a 1.44Mb floppy and tried it out. It booted from the floppy into a GUI OS with a web browser, text editing program, demos, etc. I was amazed at what they'd squeezed onto one disk. Then of course nothing happened with that and the Amiga, but it's always been there in the back of my mind about how great this tiny OS was.
Fast forward to last week, and I get a new car. A 13 reg. Ford Fiesta. I flick through the Sync manual and was horrified to see the Microsoft logo. Seriously, Microsoft software is in my car!!!!? Arghhh! This is a nightmare I joked about decades ago.
Now my least favourite OS gets replaced by one of my favourites. I REALLY hope I can upgrade it, as I heard a few days ago that they are going to allow people to download the software themselves and install from the USB port.
I hate those horrible blue lights that some cars have these days. They are blinding. But worse, are the back lights that strobe! They are more dangerous than the headlights. I have to look away from them as they freak my eyes out. So I end up driving along behind a breaking car looking away from the direction I'm going in! How are these allowed? I'm thinking of getting a new car soon, and one of the things I'll be looking at are the lights. If it has LED lights at the back, or the blue blinding lights in the front, I won't consider it.
These laser ones sound worse than the blue ones.
I still use a "proper" mouse with a ball. I got it in 2000/2001 and it's still as good as it was on the day I bought it. I probably have to clean it once every 3 months or more (which takes about 30 seconds). It's never been any trouble. I've had optical mice magically start moving about on the screen without me doing anything, so I'll stick with my reliable one (A Genius NetScroll+).
I got this on CD for my Amiga, and loved it. I think it had the best graphics out of all the original versions (the pre-rendered ones), as I remember reading something about the number of colours being better than the PC and Mac versions, because of the later release. It did struggle a bit with the Quicktime videos, but overall it was excellent. I got Riven on the Playstation and got a PS mouse just to play that one game.
The books were brilliant, too.
Yes, very good.
But if the book was actually called a "Terrorist Training Handbook", you might have a point, but the hacking thing is advertised as a device to hide on yourself and to hack with.
If that's the case, then why not sell bombs in kit form at the show?
It looks like they sold out because they were ready made and you could just pick one up. I doubt a lot of these people would have got one if they had to research it, buy parts, build it, etc.
I can understand government and professional organisations having things like this, but not for them to be unregulated and available to buy from a stall. It seems crazy to me.