Our former sysadmin purchased a drill press for the purpose of rendering old hard drives unrecoverable. Seemed both fun and practical.
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So he wrote a single algorithm, 30 years ago, and did some code review, 20 years ago, and this makes him a computer genius? No.
Factoring large primes, or any primes, is not only trivial, but fast. Super fast. You meant the products of large primes, I'm sure.
To feel otherwise is to directly admit IP laws do not serve the public interest.
This looks as much like a portal turret as a stick figure looks like an actual human.
Thingiverse has already suffered several takedowns of allegedlycopyrighted materials.
Also, they recently overhauled their site, and somhow made it EVEN WORSE, when it was already pretty intolerable.
...one of my siblings raised a family of 5 on no more than $40,000/year (combined income, many years it was lower - I know this because I helped them with taxes for years). They lived in a small town, originally in a mobile home, but through an FHA guaranteed loan they were able to purchase a small house (and now own it outright).
So this was at least 30 years ago? C'MON, SERIOUSLY? Have you HEARD of INFLATION?
I've never wanted or sought out credit, no credit cards or car loans or anything... so it blew my mind when I went to get a home loan last year and they told me I'd have to get a credit card first, use it for a while, then they'd be able to give me a home loan. Really? REALLY? The guy who's too responsible to need credit in the first place is a bigger risk than the guy you KNOW has $40,000 in debt? WHAT THE FUCK.
But you can't use something that must be licensed for them. These kids need to learn a skill they can go home and practice - if any of them are going to use the skills they learn from you, the tools required had better damn well be Free and Open to them.
You got +5 funny, but as someone who has to buy his share of ISO documents to get the details of standards in my line of business, they actually ARE signed and numbered, with my name on every page and a notice that says the PDF is for me only and giving it to anyone else is a violation of copyright and such. Really annoying.
That's a brilliant article and should be required reading. It's good enough reason to not use Microsoft's present compilers.
Just for the record, though, the article doesn't seem to suggest anything about actual compilers as a service; it still seems to discuss a normal compiler that runs on your local machine. Very confusingly titled.
> Everyone I know either got email in the 90s, or frankly never will get email
Yeah, but that doesn't mean what they said is a lie; first off, people you know is a very biased and tiny sample.
But ignore that; you're forgetting about all the people being born into a world with email and all the people dying having never touched it. That skews the numbers too -- a lot.
I have many products containing OLEDs. They're difficult to avoid these days. If you have a cellphone or other device with a tiny screen, it's as likely as not it's OLED and not LCD.
You were obviously a celebrity
How do you feel about being a celebrity
Yeah... my first thought was that the article author must not have a good-looking wife. I know mine puts in PLENTY of work.