Unless you've actually tried at least the Oculus rift DK2, your opinion means utterly nothing.
Oh you can fuck right off. Time after time ive seen republicans side with the big launch contractors, like boeing and lockmart, to maintain the status quo of not much progress in launch systems, and bilking the taxpayer for as much money as possible, while spacex is bringing value and getting reusability up and running, and getting neocon resistance all the way.
rossgneumann writes The defense team for Ross Ulbricht, the 30-year-old man accused of running the online black market Silk Road under the pseudonym Dread Pirate Roberts, just dropped an unexpected new theory: Mark Karpeles, the CEO of failed Bitcoin company Mt. Gox, is the real Dread Pirate Roberts. "We have the name of the real mastermind and it's not Ulbricht," Joshua Dratel, Ulbricht's lawyer, said in court today. He plans to argue that Karpeles framed Ulbricht.
What hes actually saying is he thinks mathematicians and programmers are stupid enough that he believes its worth his time to bullshit us in writing after the NSA got caught with its hand in the cookie jar . Hes insulting our intelligence. Hes showing us his gaping asshole, telling us its not actually shit, and inviting us to take another sniff.
This is great and all, but the real question is does this new method allow them to produce it in large quantities while maintaining its strength?
Theres not much democracy in this particular decision making process. Theres the public private revolving door and plenty of lobbyist cash. And while democracy can be a bad basis for decision making, rampant regulatory capture by a industry with a natural monopoly in order to squeeze as much money out of customers as possible, and enact regulations that allow you to funnel customers to the sites of your vertically integrated media production companies, is a worse basis for decision making. People dont support it because they like the word "neutral", they support it cause it dosent take much imagination to figure out how fucked the internet is if net neutrality is not in place.
there was never any digital divide. just people too lazy to learn how to use computers.
I can create inaccurate headlines that model what a exciting story would look like, in a lab. Its not a actual exciting story, but then neither is this.
Hey man, if you know of another place in the contiguous United States at the lowest possible latitude with only ocean in the direction you want to launch rockets, and no other launch sites to work your own launch schedule around, let us know.
Today I learned that for the cost of the Iraq war, we could have built a 1000ft high wall halfway around the earth. I say fuck it, make it 500 ft and circle it all the way round.
Think of it as 4 monitors with no bezels splitting them up.
I mean, seriously, Seiki needs to hurry up and release a 60hz 4k version of its 38.5 inch display, preferably with a displayport. A 38.5 inch 4k 60hz VA panel would blow the weak ass 28 inch 4k TN panels everyone seems to be pushing today out of the water, especially if they keep their current price point. Ditch the tv tuner and smart tv crap, put in displayport and adaptive sync, and watch it become the monitor for All The Computers In The World.
Dont count your cookies just yet. Senator Shelby has inserted a poison pill amendment into the spending bill to put onerous accounting requirements on spacex missions for NASA, in order to make them less competitive with the SLS, a lot of which is being developed in Alabama, Senator Shelbys state.
Here in Australia, the minimum wage is 15 a hour, our parking lots look fine, and your full of shit. Maybe people will think twice before wasting another persons time doing trivial shit if they cost 15 a hour.
Oh, it can pay a minimum wage. They just don't wanna.