The design of Powershell was heavily influenced by Perl...
Ah, so it does... doh. 20s versus 60m is quite a difference though!
The best thing about my alarm clock is waking up about ten minutes before it goes off. Never fails to amaze me
Seconded. Although I do find the transition quite obvious - unlike my daylight alarm clock which goes from dark to bright over half an hour, Flux does it in about five seconds. Once it's changed you don't notice the difference though, and it's definitely less glaring.
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Well then it's a good thing you're not someone who'd twist someone's words to try and make it seem like there was meaning that wasn't there then, right?
No, I've been here over a decade, and by and large it's the same as it ever was - there's just more people and a broader range of topics and views. And there's way less in the way of outright crap than there was ten years ago.
I very much suspect you're just overestimating the focus, attention span and memory of people - there's hundreds of ways our brains act irrationality in modern situations like this.
How do you even define cheating in that sort of task? If I go and search for it on Stack Overflow and find a decent solution, and then I can come in and talk it through showing I understand it, is that cheating? Or evidence of a useful ability to learn new things? I'd say the latter assuming they can talk through it... my current job had this sort of offline test before my interview and it's the best place I've worked at so far
This is Mach's Principle, and one of the things Einstein thought about while thinking up General Relativity. However, GR doesn't answer the question, and formulations such as Godel's universe break it in strange ways.
The energy comes from the black hole itself - every single particle that escapes makes the black hole less massive and therefore smaller. This loss balances the energy required to escape the potential well of the black hole, leaving a grand total of zero, same as to start with.
I've been here long enough to recognise the accounts that I "like" and whose posts I'll pay more attention to, so my policy is that if someone is annoying enough to want to flag I'll a) go through current foes, find ones I don't recognise and un-foe them if they've not posted in ages, or b) just get rid of a friend I recognise. I've never used them to give bonuses or penalties to scores, so that works out for me.
I wonder how many users would be in my lists without the 200 limit though
Which is fine up until the point where you want to change some part of your system that service relies on - another service's API, your underlying data storage technology, or just migrating from old server equipment. Now there's a whole load of costs incurred in just keeping the service exactly the same, which I doubt the low number of users and ad impressions sold are going to compensate for.
Just checked, and you can paste images straight into a note in Evernote's website, and use ordereded and unordered lists. The note interface is pretty much the same as for an Outlook email - title line, formatting controls, body text.