Didn't Steve call that yacht the i-Sore?
The biggest problem is coding for it. The api is a mess. The wayland team is essential consisting of former x11 programmers.
To be honest, as one of the very few licensed gun owners here in the Netherlands.... we sometimes (rare though) have gun shots.But we don't have shootings like you guys. Only once in history a couple of years ago a schizophrenic but licensed gun-owner had a shooting in a mall here. But that is unique.
Well in this case the material used wasn't miniaturized, it used a good lens/camera. The effectiveness and quality of a lens stands in direct relation with it's size. So they have to use bigger objects. This one was an easy one, but I'm sure they can just park a car with the same setup in it. Or a trailer. Or a birdsnest, if the setup can (and it can easily) be miniaturized a bit more. So I'm sure this is just one method of hiding the cam. They have more. Despite the jokes, these guys aren't idiots.
Just an investigation by the AIVD or MIVD. The part of town where it was found is being said to be used for recruitment by terrorists. Only thing I can hope for it wasn't a high target, because if it was, he/she/they now know they were under investigation. For the rest, just a big box with a cam and a modem to send shit back. Nothing special, but a really nice camera though!
Or are the young ones just getting extra protection because they are more valuable for the colony at that point? When they get older they might become less valuable for the tasks that involve nursing and get demoted to cleaning. Even later, they get to go outside! How nice! From the safety from the center of the colony to the front in afghanistan doesn't sound like a promotion to me. I am not saying they are wrong, I am saying this is so interesting that it deserves a really good extended study to find the real reason for this behavior.
First off, I love the game tomb and I love the guy for putting it up and making it work. However he is making it harder than it should be to take over. He said he is going to upload the database dump but hasn't done so yet. To make matters worse, he won't give the current source of the site. It would be so easy for me to host this site as is. No problem. But I don't have time to write a complete new site. In his defense though, he is willing to transfer the domain itself. I just wished he would let me or somebody else host the site until someone comes along that does have the time to write a new site for the data. At least we would be able to check the site. Something I do often, even yesterday I found myself looking there for gems I might have missed. This is no way meant to attack the guy, not at all, but it would make things a lot easier.
It will depend on the price. If I can get a new battery like I would get a new gas-container for my cooking needs, no problemo. Just as long as it's at a reasonable price.
Lol, if only I had modpoints
If you say the two biggest home computers without naming the MSX you really have no clue what you are talking about. Either you haven't actually been part of the 80's or you well, you weren't exactly informed... For both there is no excuse since all this stuff can be googled now. There are 2 big home computers MSX and Commodore. Commodore had nicer sound out of the box. MSX had nicer, well, everything and with a fm-pac or/and scc, even better sound.
Can we please have a my little pwny theme in rot13? I really really liked that theme!
Always been like that, always will be like that.
If those licenses don't make the software really free they can't win the price, because.... it's the price for FREE software.. It's not that hard.
"For the past nine months—and possibly for years—Apple has unnecessarily left many of its iOS customers open to attack because engineers failed to implement standard technology that encrypts all traffic traveling between handsets and the company's App Store." Yeah, they took time... a lot of time.
Diablo 3 seems to do rather well.