The i.MX6 has Gigabit ethernet -however the bus it's connected to can not fully handle it. So this might be close to what you want?
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If the i.MX6 had, as microcontrollers do reconfigurable output pins it would be useful to have different io options. since the cpu board has the hard part done: connecting the memory and dealing with bga - it becomes a lot easier to create your own io board. So to me it makes sense. It's not about upgrading CPU/memory - but upgrading (or sidegrading?) the io options.
You're wrong about the technics sets. The 16 long bars with holes were the first to always run out. Of course technics are bad for sculpting.
I'm happy to stand corrected. This issue was the reason that I couldn't in good conscious recommend openoffice for years.
Have you ever opened a bug for openoffice? Don't know about libreoffice, but for openoffice it sure didn't help.
I'd be surprised if rotating and cropping images in a Writer document finally worked, however.
(I didn't open it. It already existed when I came across that YEARS AGO)
UNIX however was not free software. It wasn't even Open Source as defined by the OSI. After reading the interview I guess one could call it documented software.
that's the machine tolerances according to the wikipedia article. The blocks tolerances are not the same as machine tolerances.
Or maybe they could even not do facelifts?
Of course I'm glad the CRT ATMs with burned in interfaces are gone. But apart from that? I don't like the Welcome screen and Ads. I want the thing to be fast.and easy to use. I don't want a lot of functionality. I want to enter the sequence of keys I press to get money without having to follow the rules on the screen that I have seen hundreds of times before.
I want to be able to read the screen at all times of day independent of where the sun is.
As with all embedded systems if the question wether something is an improvement can not be answered without a doubt you'd better leave it as is or find a simpler solution. Like a physical button. Or an instructional poster.
You might want to look into vdr instead. It's not as flashy but it was very stable years ago. In my opinion it's as a DVR should be.
It increasingly seems to me that the demand for fairness is a race to the bottom and results in a loose-loose situation. Because if not everyone gets the good stuff noone should get it - because of the so called fairness.
This happens so often as to make me angry - and I'm far from privileged.
>Calling paper books real as opposed to ebooks (which are... what? Imaginary?)
Virtual is what I thought was the agreed upon opposite to real in this context. So what should I pair "virtual" with if not "real"?
Intel webcam from the early 2ks? What a blast from the past. Does it have a composite video output per chance? If it does it works perfectly well with a cheap bt8xx tv card.
But the results of the research has to go somewhere! We can't have students write their thesises and do their accompanying work without putting it on the market, can we?
Apparently it's even unthinkable to let their undergraduate tinkering go to waste. Or maybe there is an actual reason for the mood lights built into the coffee maker at my local gas station.
I'm using an ipod touch with a vga adapter modded to accept a usb charger plus an audio cable connected to a monitor to watch itunes-U lectures. As a result I need to be careful to not loose any connections when interacting - such as changing the volume.
Every cable beyond a thin and light charging cable is a pain. So Apple had the right idea with making the new connector for i-devices. However I doubt it accepts long cable lengths.
I agree that we are getting close to our handhelds merging with the portables and even the desktops. But there are still a lot of problems to be solved that only present themselves when interacting with the actual implementation.
No. This is an inherent limitation of ebooks where the paper books interface is superior.
With a real book I quickly get to know the book well enough that I can just flip it open at a good estimate of how far in I am by the the thickness of the stack I'm flipping. A scrollbar doesn't convey that kind of information anywhere near as well.
A book has a mechanical preference to pages that have been looked at for longer. If I simply flip it open at random it will flip open to a page that has been looked at more because of the binding becoming weaker.
A book has infinite fps. By flipping through the pages with my thumb I can look out for and actually find a diagram I'm looking for.
No matter how responsive and high fps the reader software gets - It will not have the physical feedback a book provides and that is actually useful to find your way through that book.