The iPhone 2g has hardware h.264 acceleration. So why is its general purpose CPU speed relevant?
For the record, I think my text search is broken; I can't find the word "verb" there anywhere. =)
On Friday the struggling smartphone maker filed a lawsuit against Typo Products LLC, a company that makes a slip-on keyboard designed to fit the iPhone 5 and 5S. The company, which is based in Los Angeles, was founded by entrepreneur Laurence Hallier and television personality Ryan Seacrest. The company's flagship product, the "Typo Keyboard," was conceived to make typing on the iPhone quicker and less prone to typos."
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From the dedication of SICP:
"[...] I hope the field of computer science never loses its sense of fun. Above all, I hope we don't become missionaries. Don't feel as if you're Bible salesmen. The world has too many of those already. [...]"
What are you getting at? OP is a software developer, and so is presumably looking for a job developing software, not setting up servers.
"When you shoot steeply up or down, the shots will land high relative to the flat level zero." Does high mean an error in the same direction whether it's steeply up or steeply down? What causes that?
"state of the art in 2000" Wasn't it 4 years old in 2000, and discontinued in 2001?
What about the old chestnut: "You can't grep dead trees?"
Okay, let me try again:
I see the original post is about medical regulation and your comment is kinda sorta about medical regulation; do you want to connect the dots or do you just want to talk about Obama?
In illustrating the educational aspects of web content, AC underscores the problem with trying to blackmail religious zealots with their browser logs: They can say they were merely educating themselves about the infidels.
The original article, which is talking about the FDA pulling the plug on a medical service due to its operator not addressing some red tape with respect to safety standards, is a good illustration of the interventionist form of "statism". Subsidized health care doesn't necessarily dictate what the medical industry can do in the same way, but taxing people and spending the money on certain kinds of health programs is definitely an economic intervention that pushes the medical industry in a certain direction. What do you think, Mr. Anon.? Did you have this similarity in mind when you wrote your post?
I like to listen to people's views about "the nanny state" right up until the part where they tell me I should deal with it by.. voting in somebody to fix the problem for us...
You said it, Time Cube Guy.
Wait, what? You mean... Iran took Time Cube guy!? Oh noes!
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