Oh that supermodel!
Oh that supermodel!
I'd recommend not shelling out the $2K for dreamforce. It's probably not for you...
Fucking morons. Who the fuck builds a real bomb and brings it into class and shows it off to everyone?
If the kid was a real terrorist then the first anyone would have seen of his bomb would be the shrapnel blasting its way through their eyeballs.
all hail! the high-priestess of internet printer discussions has spoken and judged us: not worthy.
Yeah. My current "least-evil" printer brand is Brother. they don't seem to require chipping 3rd party refils (hp) and the drivers don't entierly suck (Epson, ugh)
Usually the trick with refilling cartridges is not the ink, it's replacing the dmca-protected chips that enforce the manufacturer's monopoly on their cartridge market. Don't buy printers that use them.
My last HP printer refused to scan if the ink was low.
I used "last" there as meaning not only "previous" but also "final".
Steve Jobs was a genius at creating a single product: Steve Jobs.
> Windows 9x could be entered and exited at any time just like any other DOS program
the fact that people still believe that this implies that win95 ran as s DOS program is a testament to how well the Chicago team hid the internals of what actually went on behind the scenes.
you didn't read Raymond's article properly, did you? win95 had support for DOS drivers and programs, but that doesn't mean that win95 was DOS. if you just ran win32 code then DOS was out of the picture, the real-mode VM didn't need to run.
Put yourself on the right side of ignorance: read this
the most impressive thing about windows 95 was the sheer number and variety of existing machines that it not only ran on, but ran on with support. (Yes, trolls, not 100%)
System 7? Not so much.
systemctl emacs <filespec>
Top Ten Things Overheard At The ANSI C Draft Committee Meetings: (9) Dammit, little-endian systems *are* more consistent!