What kind of changes did you make to your kernel build? And what CPU and I/O schedulers are you using?
With Seth MacFarlane as executive producer, of course it will be.
I used to work at DEKA. I didn't work on the Luke arm, but I got to talk to the engineers and a couple of early adopters. I think it is a great idea for an artist. The arm's controls are modular. They accept many different kinds of inputs, and the actions are even programmable with macros. You can get hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, upper arm, or shoulder configurations. It is as light as a 50th percentile female arm (including the batttery!). It's precise enough to pick up a grape without crushing it. It allows enough finesse in multiple degrees of freedom to allow a double-amputee to eat cereal without spilling it (which Dean Kamen jokes even he can't do
Salt is a crystal formed by ionic bonds, there's no such thing as a salt molecule. They must be making holes small enough for a single sodium ion. Not sure why they need to tailor the holes for each chemical, though. Just make them a bit bigger than water molecules, right? Than I guess a second filter that's a bit smaller, to remove contaminants that are smaller...
I like my Cr-48, but I wouldn't pay $250 for it.
Fennec has officially been promoted to Firefox for Mobile, for about a year now. They also removed XULrunner in favor of more native code, so it uses a lot less RAM. The Firefox Beta I'm running scores slightly higher on HTML5test.com than the desktop Aurora version of Firefox I'm running now.
The company is trying to move players over to another game. The whole point is not to let players keep playing this game, so they'll look for a new one.
Sending the hash over the network doesn't work. Anyone who knows your *hashed* password could log into the machine by sending the hash, effectively making your hash *into* the plaintext.
But you're not legally liable to buy a Snickers bar, whereas you are legally bound to follow the terms of the EULA. It's not optional.
The URL actually says ?utm_source=PR&utm_medium=PRWeb&utm_campaign=LinuxStreamer-20121128
ATSC HDTV (all digital broadcast TV in the USA) can by 720i or 1080i (among others). In fact 1080p is not a supported resolution.
Yup, they were made for Android and are under the Apache license.
We were taught the 4 elements, along with several different atomic theories, and a couple non-atomic theories (that is, that materials are continuous instead of being made of smaller parts like atoms). We were also taught several theories of celestial mechanics including epicycles and angels. Some class time was specifically dedicated to debating random philosophical ideas students came up with; in fact extra time was scheduled outside of class for several professors and any students who wanted to show up. I was also taught about 6 versions of creationism (from Idimmu Xul's sibling comment), and a few strains of evolution like punctuated equilibrium. I also was taught a lot of philosophy from Aristotle to Camus, a lot of theology (mostly Christian of some form, but a lot of it was inconsistent) etc.
In addition I learned modern physical theories like quantum mechanics (chemistry, cryptology, and physics), general relativity (with worked examples of real systems like GPS), and post-Mendelian genetics (incomplete dominance, linkage, maternal inheritance).
Because of this, I knew my way around the "space" of various fallacies, and I am familiar with what evidence supports which theories. With years of defending my ideas in various fora, what I have concluded is true is a young-earth "literal 6-day" creation, and a personally involved, omnipotent, creator-savior God. My point here isn't to start a debate. I'm just pointing out that you can't predict people that well.
If I make a robot that kills people, am I responsible for the deaths? If I make an AI that lusts after my neighbor's wife, am I responsible?
Someone already sent Stallman a katana. http://blog.xkcd.com/2007/04/19/life-imitates-xkcd-part-ii-richard-stallman/