You think a lot, but you know nothing.
You think a lot, but you know nothing.
So how about we all just work on getting really, really good at what we are doing and we drop our addiction to it happening fast? Time is going to pass anyway. Instead of constantly being disappointed that your goals didnt happen overnight, how about we all just focus on improvement?
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He did an awesome job with the Hodor language.
Or in Hodor: Hodor hodor, hodor hodor hodor. Hodor? Hodor!
In my experience, it's kind of fun to start off making a few PCBs and wire-wrap boards - I learned a lot by doing it. After a while I got tired of it and only do it occasionally, but now usually do breadboard>proto-board/wire-wrap>PCB house. I'll sometimes substitute a home-made PCB (sometimes just a few discrete modules to plug in) for the proto/wire-wrap if the layout is too messy otherwise.
I wouldn't knock it - it's kinds fun to make artistic traces and make the board itself a functional work of art.
Wow. You must be making some serious stuff to be interesting to government agencies. You think they don't already know this stuff about you?
I wouldn't want to bother making stuff for an anonymous client anyways - I would think they were up to no good or overly paranoid and delusional. Got better stuff to do, like post snarky comments.
The direct comparison to climbing mountains on earth is super funny.
Keeping people sane under transport and habitat conditions for the rest of their lives with our current (and even 20 years in the future) understanding of our own minds is super funny.
Assuming that going to and living on Mars is anything like visiting the moon is super funny.
Frankly, I hope everyone that thinks this will work will go - as their corpses decay or freeze, the rest of us can focus on the problems on earth.
Oh, man! Look at those cavemen go.
It appears to reflect overhead light by virtue of being white and slightly angled - wow, science. I guess albinos won't be too concerned about this technology.
"A 2012 version, powered by a lithium-ion battery, included LED lights around the nose that shined near-infrared light toward cameras. Computer-vision systems were also fooled by the bright light, but the visor looked dorky and required a bulky power source."
So the new one is the same, just no leds or power source. Dorkiness has been maintained...
All this so the cameras don't think you have a face. They still record you, and can tell you are a person by the way you move. And since you will be the only douchedork wearing these around, you should be easy to find.
Teach kids to code by writing applications that do something Liberal-Artsy - whoa, they just learned two things at once!
All this for only >$40K - wow, if only public schools could emulate this amazing technique.
I think whom the article is referring to as "great men" are great marketeers, great salesmen and great hustlers.
We remember people like Jobs and Musk for innovation, not invention. For putting the power of technology in our hands and allowing us to make use of innovations.
History will remember the Kilby's and Shockley's of the world even if society doesn't - they gave the politicians and figureheads of tech the tools to make their dreams.
As second prize you win 50Kg of lovely Dutch liquorice for your sweet tooth. Enjoy.
Yuck. I don't want to know what third place gets you.
There is a huge difference between sending a unmanned probe and sending a manned mission to the moon. There are unmanned probes all over the solar system - but relatively few manned missions, and none of them even close to the moon in the last 40 years or so.
Still, if the US could do it in the 60's, India should be able to pull it off in the next 5 years or so. They are standing on the shoulders of Soviet/Russian and American scientists and pilots, so that should accelerate things a bit.
So much name calling.
Statistics are dangerous - not the numbers, but what we think they mean.
You can't survey an entire population and then apply the assessment to each individual.
You could have a class of 100 students - 50 that get everything right and 50 that get everything wrong - the average assessment in that case will not apply to anyone in the class.
There's no public health concern in kitchen safety outside of fire hazards
Never had food poisoning, huh?
So when we're prepared, it's a conspiracy. When we're not, we're stupid.
If you fire a gun in Texas, prepare for return fire.
Wow, I thought they were there to shoo away unlicensed taxis. No one has refused to give me a ride within Amsterdam from CS.
Mirrors should reflect a little before throwing back images. -- Jean Cocteau