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Instant Gratification. We did this shit to ourselves because I can still pick up a pen and paper. You just refuse to wait.
I can pick up a pen and paper too but I don't think anyone wants to see that kind of instant gratification.
Kids on your lawn again.. amiright?
I think the real question is how often do we have scenes with two robots in them, talking about something other than humans.
Good god man. What have you done? The robots will now know that there is inherent roboticism in our media now. The end is nigh.
Er...no. How about just letting engineers figure these things out like we always have?
How else do I tell people how to do something so I don't have to? I have no idea what engineers do or how they do it and I don't want to know! Engineers can do it yea sure but that's boring. *I* have imagination, and vision (and I saw an episode of Dr. Who last night!). Engineers should just listen to me, obviously.
Protip: If you zoom in on the pixelated area the evidence that it is aliens become clearer. The more you zoom the clearer it becomes.
Your use of "neckbeard" dates you, that was a hip term two years ago. I'm guessing you have a neckbeard fetish, there might be genre of porn just for you.
Refer to Rule34. HTH HAND.
sauce or it didn't happen.
leave behind a magical aura that affects you three days later.
Sounds like the beginning of a horror movie. It's the Ring meets Maximum Overdrive... God help us.
Installation was easy as well. You can set up yourself (perl, apache, mysql, etc.) Or you can use Bitnami to install a fresh instance https://bitnami.com/stack/trac... there is plenty of documentation to get an instance installed and configured fairly easily. For non-techies the Bitnami installation is huge because "out of the box" it works fairly well. Configuring will take a little know how but once that is done it's smooth sailing.
We just released it to a wider audience of our customers and the feedback has been well received. It took a little time for me to setup but within a few days it was up and running behind SSL and authenticated to our active directory with LDAP. Anyone on our network can easily log in and the permissions are set up as a per project basis (each user is assigned to a project group that can view/edit wiki,tickets of their associated project group).
It has only been a short time since we released it so there still might be some growing pains but it so far has help us get away from change requests in word documents and email.
Funny enough, I was about to ask
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This theory is now supported by photographic and mathematical evidence, published in the journal Nature Chemistry. In a laboratory at Braunschweig University of Technology in Germany, Mason and other chemists used a high-speed camera to capture the critical moment that makes an explosion inevitable: a liquid drop of sodium-potassium alloy shooting spikes into the water, dramatically increasing the reactive interface. They also developed a computer simulation to model this event, showing it is best explained by a Coulomb explosion.
The Youtube video chronicles the evolution the experimental apparatuses underwent over time, pursuant to keeping the explosions safe, contained, reliable, and visible."
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