I know LinkedIn offers to read your existing email accounts for contacts, so that you can connect to them, but you can just ignore that. It isn't mandatory, but if you don't read what it says on screen, you might think it is. So I'm more inclined to suspect that's what happened: the complainant entered his email address and password when prompted, and now thinks he's been hacked.
The Nintendo that Mr. Yamauchi built has has such a entertaining and positive influence on my life that I just couldn't let this story go by without saying: Thank, farewell, and your legacy lives on.
Irrelevant. We cannot possibly know "all variables" - and thus stating that all variables have been accounted for is bunk.
However, that doesn't mean that the study is wrong - it's just not good enough.
Storing a lot of data on Youtube can be done. It can be done in a hacky and good way - and it can be done in a shitty, QR-code, spacewasting way.
The damage done in MS is to the nervous system, and all that new myelin could do would be to prevent further damage. That's still very much worth pursuing if it allows a healing process to take place - whether natural or another man-made therapy.
OP is not me - but I often post as AC because I can't be arsed to log in.
Yes, you could write a stopwatch app which runs on the bare metal, without relying on anything but the hardware (OK, and the part of the BIOS which starts the bootloader, unless you want to re-flash the BIOS). However that would be more complicated than you think. You'd have to initialize all the hardware yourself and handle everything on the lowest level.
The BIOS initializes all that is needed for a text-mode stopwatch. It would really not be hard to write in asm.
Doing a GUI stopwatch on the bare metal would be no more complicated than doing a text stopwatch on the bare metal ("CLI" wouldn't exactly apply then, because without some operating system, there would not be a command line to begin with, unless you'd take the unnecessary complication of additionally writing a CLI to run your stopwatch from). Just the data structures to be copied into video RAM would be a bit bigger. But then, the mouse handling code would probably be much simpler than the keyboard handling code you'd need for the text version.
While USB keyboards work in compatibility mode - requiring no USB driver, the same is not true for a mouse. That would require USB drivers. That in it self would be far more complex than writing a text-mode stopwatch.
"As I mentioned in a comment for another post, +XBMC is currently undergoing extensive work for native video acceleration in Android. I was about to post my own build (which works on the Nexus Q's OMAP4), when I noticed they have just posted a build based on the same patchset (it's theirs, after all
So... http://mirrors.xbmc.org/test-builds/android/xbmc-20130118-d2c78f5-android-hwaccel-armeabi-v7a.apk . I've tested this build on Qualcomm S4, OMAP4, Exynos4, and Tegra3, all of them on CM10.1, and got accelerated video on all. Go get it
I've tested it, and it looks great!"
You can fork the software and hardware designs. Depending on how incredibly advanced your 3D printer is, you could in theory print it too...
So does this include my 3G AT&T phone that shows an icon claiming it's 4G?
I'm not sure where I am on whether or not that should be a crime, but I would like to point out that April's parents probably had their guts turn inside out upon hearing that remark.
If I were the one with the gavel, my first instinct would be to let him sweat the fear of jail for a few days then drop the case.
You should work for AT&T in their data-plan department.
And that would differ..... how?
Since the recent debate Romney's popularity sharply dropped in the ages 3-8 demographic.
Not that I want to defend the PE teacher, but in my class if someone found a game on one computer they'd dump it to a floppy and put it on their machine. Back then viruses, instead of trying to mail your data out, attempted to destroy the machine. He unintentionally had a point.
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