blueray is compressed, therefore the bit pattern has practically nothing to do with the actual content, is simply random distribution.
i gave up burning fossil fuels (to every extent possible) well over a decade ago.
you/they have collectively burned far more than your fair share already.
my share - the oil i am not burning - stays in the ground, and this should be law.
haha, and also god is alive and well, and working on a much less ambitious project.
yea, with a brick.
you cut all the tall trees down
you poisoned the sky and the sea
you've taken what's good from the ground...
and now this.
it's the end of the world
as we know it.
it's like climate change - either we get smart, or we get wiped out - debian, clearly, are not getting smart.
crude became what it is under very different conditions.
this will now get eaten and otherwide gradually decay into the biosphere.
laugh it up, people, zoom zoom zoom.
down with chrome, down with chrome, down with chrome.
i break model Ms regularly. the pins inside the case cannot take a great deal of lateral shock - the plastic feels nice, but it's not very strong, and it degrades.
unicomps do not feel quite as nice, i admit, but the important bits are there, and i can type without killing myself on it, and as far as i can tell it's a better plastic, as in more flexible, better impact resistance, less likely to degrade.
unfortunately only time will tell...
can we find and name that idiot?
is this not the same thing as using "guilds" in permaculture?
clowns please pipe down.
this seems a simple error to actually fix, so why is everybody fapping off about this thing, and not fixing it?
or did i miss the patch?
i'm actually hoping for a reply here, sorry if i missed the meeting, otherwise will be applying my own patch, very quickly.
i rely on bash and it's isms, it's a good thing, and ought to be more of a standard.
has anyone an opinion how canada is showing in this matter? last time i looked we came dead last, behind the benighted states even, and as far as i know we are currently not co-operating at all. i've been watching for mention of canada in the "international" media (slashdot foremost of these) and so far have seen nothing, except we may have managed to kill off rob ford, at last. is anyone able to correct this impression?
put down the remote, back away from the TV, kessler, you sound just like the dumb bulb you no doubt are.
god bless america.
nobody else will.
this would appear to mean that apple users, up to now, have not been "interesting" to the U/NSA...
generally it has been my impression that most of the original bbc documentary work has been quite reasonable...
to the contrary, although it's subtle, the same documentaries as reworked by discovery (tm), history (tm), etc, on this side of the "pond" are somehow not quite as satisfying..
anyone else have a similar impression?
i admit i've not wasted much time on the american feeds, am really only commenting based on the bits i've had to watch on other people's screens.