Unless you bought the beans green and roasted them yourself, it's not proper coffee
So...now the thieves are the Dukes of Biohazzard?
What's in the booooooox?!?!?!
Don't worry. D-Link went from suck to blow a long time ago.
When I'm working with someone who's designed a horrible database system and they can't grasp the concept of exponential increases in difficulty (and therefore search time), it's a problem. I myself have implemented PID controller loops in systems I've developed. I may not have needed 3 years worth of calculus to do it, but I at least had to understand what I was doing and the significance of errors rather than blindly guessing why I didn't have it "right". Most common example of a PID controller people have seen is cruise control in a car. It's not as simple as "if speed preset, press gas harder, else ease off". Now, that said...where I went, you didn't need any truly hardcore math to get a CS degree...a basic calc class and discrete were about it.
HAL was told to lie by people who find it easy to lie. HAL doesn't know how.
An anonymous reader writes "Peter Jansen, a PhD student and member of the RepRap community, has constructed a working prototype of an inexpensive table-top laser cutter built out of old CD/DVD drives as an offshoot of his efforts to design an under $200 open-source Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) 3D printer. Where traditional laser cutters use powerful, fixed-focus beams, this new technique dynamically adjusts the focal point of the laser using a reciprocating motion similar to a reciprocating saw, allowing a far less powerful and inexpensive laser diode to be used. The technique is currently limited to cutting black materials to a depth of only a few millimeters, but should still be useful and enabling for Makers and other crafters. The end-goal is to create a hybrid inexpensive 3D printer that can be easily reconfigured for 2D laser cutting, providing powerful making tools to the desktop."
So what would it be if it were 1 time smaller?
Don't go off on a tangent.
Ex?! Mine plays that for my current wife.