OpenBSD is what we call "Proof of Concept".
Bitch about that instead.
/me grabs popcorn
If a criminal gets hold of the physical card and PIN there is no limit what he can do. Small camera's mounted by the ATM and brutal home robberies are occurring more and more.
Let's say that you have 8 CPU's, you may need to wait for 8 CPU's to be unused on the physical host your are on before you get to do any work at all. If you have 1 or 2 CPU's than this is far less of an issue. The greater the core count the bigger the issue.
You seem to be describing a "feature" in versions of VMware that are very old these days.
See some of the answers e.g. at http://serverfault.com/questions/218823/can-a-vm-perform-better-when-only-two-cores-instead-of-four-cores-are-presented
It will look exactly like they do today.
All the "cloud" has done for the world is given consumers a place to store pictures of their cat's and access to music they would have otherwise (or already have) stolen. [...]
Also, in 15 years, people will still be pissing off Bob the Angry Flower.
OpenVZ (Virtuozzo) and Linux-VServer used to be the big names in virtualization. Now Linux has LXC in the mainline kernel. Virtualization with Xen and KVM are nice. But when you want to run Linux in virtualized guests you get a much better performance with para virtualization.
But my ex-boss told me that I can and should hire 9 highly educated (we'll, highly degree'd) software engineers in China for every guy I laid in the US.
Every guy you laid in the US? I'm not sure the topic here is supposed to be sexual experience?
In forty years, the world will be almost entirely identical to this one. In 1960, the world expected flying cars and jetpacks and bases on the moon and mars by 2000 and other than the internet, the world of 2000 was pretty much the world of 1960. The world of 2050 is going to pretty much be the world of 2011.
Speak for yourself - in the (European, seaside) village where my mother was raised, mass electrical power distribution first appeared in 1961. I assure you that their world of 1960 was quite significantly different to their world of 2000.