Wrong stereotype, actors work as waiters.
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I don't remember this, and can't find it noted. Can you link to where you saw that? I've been using tom's hardware for years.
Still no ability to play multiplayer with somebody without them buying the game, the one spot where I feel consoles definitely have the advantage over PC games.
....better doggone well stay up!
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range(['a', 'b', 'c'])
TypeError: range() integer end argument expected, got list.
I don't charge my batteries (there are 2 in this machine) above 80% unless I know I'm going to be on battery for quite a while. It seems like a good compromise between the optimal 40-60% and having enough charge to last for my commute.
Man what're you going to do in 30 years? Every story you'll read or watch is going to be something you've already seen, and you're not going to have enough time to tell everybody that it's been done before!
I would witch that.
As an owner of an 8-core CPU, he's right.... for now. There's a pitiful number of uses for me to have anything more than 4 cores (some games I've seen dip into a 5th core for asset loading, and that's it). Hopefully when the PS4/XB1 come out developers will start writing games to use more than 3 cores for game logic. Unless browsers start loading pages outside of a single thread, I'm unlikely to need anything beyond a 2-core system for non-gaming.
The flicker issue is dependent on how often the screen refreshes, not how often the image changes.
Are we making fun of Chrome for having so many releases, or is that still just Firefox? I haven't kept up with it.
It's taxes on transactions involving dollars only. If you buy WoW gold by selling in-game items, there's no expectation of taxation. If you buy WoW gold with dollars, there's a legit reason to tax that transaction.
I'm a few thousand miles west of the UK. I've already learned that I have to avoid any forum where people talk about Doctor Who because they do things like this all the time.
Thanks for the spoiler, slashdot.
I went from a T410s to a T430s and the keyboard is killing me. They removed the F key spacing and the 3x2 layout, and now there's a printscreen key instead of a right-click key. It seems they saw the iMac keyboard and just pasted it onto their laptop. The rest of the hardware is still good but I can't use the keyboard for coding without getting frustrated.