I think in the future to be a well rounded person, coding will be part of that. I can forsee any ocupation as well as everday living benefiting from some programming skills.
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Many TVs have a game mode, where they do less post processing and the lag will go away in this mode.
In my city I've seen people looking at the pedestrian lights and just stopping when the count down is over even though the car signal was still green. It seems here not always do the pedestrian lights change at the same time as the car lights. There are some buffers.
How would rotating 90 degrees prevent you from putting something on the inner thigh leg or arm? They would need to make something that you straddle and scan between the legs and arms. I'd imagine there is actually some material you can use around the object to show as skin anyway.
Interesting. I wanted to go see a doctor to make sure my immunizations were up to date. I called about 10 offices and no one could see me within the next three months. Thats here in the midwest.
...I actually know people who thought that the BNW looks actually quite nice...
Only if you end up an alpha.
They don't do that anymore, in fact when they changed their policy it was posted on slashdot.
Forbes has been pro-Microsoft, anti-Linux for years. Someone with some weight at Forbes has a conflict of interest I imagine.
I used to live in Fresno. No snow you have to deal with, not much rainy days, an hour away from the mountains. If it wasn't a desirable place to live why has the population skyrocketed even compared to the rest of California as a whole?
What about people who read "Make Magazine", "Nut and Volts", "Sky and Telescope", "Linux Pro"? People who reads those are just wannabes?
Well considering the only people who identify themselves as 'Americans' (Pronounced: A-mur-i-cans) are United States citizens, I'm going to take a wild guess that he's talking about United States citizens.
Except your wrong, I've talked with some Guatemalans who consider themselves Americans.
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Latinum can't be replicated. Which is used for currency.
Also everything is not free, These replicators take energy which comes from somewhere. On the ships it comes from the warp core which takes dilithium to fuel which needs to be mined.
And FYI, SparkFun Electronics, one of the companies listed, makes more than $10 million in annual revenue, which is some serious growth for one company in a new field. Couple that with sheer awesome, and you get a powerful combination.
I like SparkFun. I do buy stuff from them, but really they pretty much just a easier to use digikey or newark. Most of their designs that are "open" can be considered an unfavorable type of Open Source, since about all of them have the stipulation that they are not to be used for any commercial purposes. This seriously dampens what could be done with it. I can't take the design and code expand on it into a single board to use for my purposes and use it at work.. Nope unless I want to start from scratch I have to buy their breakout, and run wires. Doesn't quite seem like the open source spirit. Maybe the old unix open source spirit.
A family of beavers working together, and non of them got paid either I sure. How much you want to bet there was a bunch of lazy leftist pot smoking elitist beavers that just watched while the hard working god fearing beavers similar to you and me worked and put the whole thing together. This is an example of what happens when you have a democrat in office as president even the beavers up north are being affected.