seems that patent needs a review.
I believe Roger Ebert gave it two stars.
You are educated stupid! The 4-corners of the 24 hour day rotate simultaneously inside a single cube.
God creates from opposites, not ONEism. The harmonic cube form will prevail.
It was kinda fun to live in that age when people were gullible enough to accept ANYTHING that popped up on screen.
Yes, those days are definitely behind us...
What's this, I'm the 10.000th visitor to dodgycrackwarez.cz? My goodness, I've won a prize, how exciting!
What you need is some sort of article, written by a respected tech writer, that explains in plain terms what cloud computing is, and what the hidden downside may be for the average consumer.
Hmmm... now where would we find such a thing?
No, it means "We have a single image that goes out to tens of thousands of customers in hundreds of different hardware configurations, If the software configuration in that image changes, we have to test with the maximum level of paranoia to ensure that we don't get a flood of complaints, and requests for refunds, that each have to be verified independently and will set us back millions of dollars."
I'm sure their imaging system is in order and whipping up a new image will take at worst a few hours. But I can certainly understand the cost of testing will be considerable.
And remember that this is an issue caused by absurd software patents, so for once the Slashdot groupthink is on the side of Microsoft.
And the astronauts weren't looking too healthy either.
I expect the real intention is more like BUY NVIDIA STOCKS THEY ARE THE FUTURE, CPU STOCKS SUCK.
Who needs profits from actual sales when you can manipulate the market?
Snow leopard uses the Symantec A/V engine, so it is 200% slower.
Snow leopard? More like slow leopard!
(I had to do it... there was no other way)
He even encrypted his last name.
Very effective! They could probably cut the voicework for three really low-budget episodes out of that.
Just about every computer on the market today runs Unix, except the Mac (and nobody cares about it). -- Bill Joy 6/21/85