:) I was wondering how many citizens of Antarctica there are.
What, the original Breakout involved Steve Jobs, and you know everything he ever touched is absolutely perfectly designed... *rolls eyes*
Eh, he probably had to convert from KM and got the math wrong.
From what I've heard about many websites based in S. Korea, you need to provide a resident registration number (like the US SSN) in order to register. This hack should be proof that websites shouldn't demand such personally identifing information.
The bump up to 240 from 130 is currently being voted on by the WG and the ballot doesn't close until the end of this week, so it is premature to say that in the summary (but might be true real soon.)
I've been on the mailing list for this working group for about a year now (I am an IEEE-SA member but you don't have to be to be on a WG), and one of the first things I brought up is my tendency to drop my electronics
A bit more detail, the current thinking is that it will use CAN 2.0 for the link layer but the physical layer is still being hashed out. The device needs communication to negotiate between the power adapter and the device to be powered. The device and power supply will communicate things like if it sourcing or sinking current (or capable of doing both), whether it is a battery, an intermittent supply like wind or solar, etc.
It sounds pretty cool if manufacturers go along with it.
Oh, I'm sure they know what it is, its an old technology. The question is, how often the
I actually bought a new computer when Smi City 4 came out so I could run it. Is that sad?
KingSkippus writes "BBC news is reporting that publisher Acclaim Games is working with developer Dave Perry to develop Top Secret, a new MMORPG using 'crowd sourcing.' It will be a commercial game with a paid professional core team that works with a larger volunteer community to develop the code, stories, art, and audio in the game. Perry says, 'With 20,000 people signed up we are already the biggest development team in history. We will end up with 100,000 people on this team. If 1% is any good, we are good to go.' Could this be a missing link that brings us commercial-quality community-developed gaming?"