I don't get it.
An article about the Homestake neutrino lab. I'm currently interning at a neutrino physics group for a fairly large research university, and my mentor visited there a few weeks ago, so this is relevant to my interests.
And autistic people are considered puppy calculators (based on Rainman). I wouldn't care if they labeled me Asperger's or Autistic or neurotic. The gap in the diagnosis spectrum is what happens when a smart person is retarded? The dyslexic 180+ IQ is rarely diagnosed. In fact, the high IQ might actually be tied to the dyslexia/Asperger's.
The dyslexic 180+ IQ does not exist. Assuming the standard of 15 points of IQ equals one sigma (this is fairly common) and homogeneous IQ distribution, there are a grand total of 330 people on Earth with a 180 or greater IQ.
Speaking as someone who has a 152 verbal IQ and a 97 processing IQ, I have to say that the incongruities between my skills have caused me much strife and anguish. I've been diagnosed with NVLD and PDD-NOS variously (these are now under the ASD umbrella), as well as dysgraphia and ADHD (for which I am happily medicated).
Wow. I wrote one sentence that was a statement of fact, and you responded with a diatribe on how wrong I am. Notice that I said "beats the hell out of the Arduino on price and processing power". I said absolutely nothing about ease of use, community support, or software compatibility.
FWIW, I think the Arduino platform is pretty great, but pricing the board at $50 is utter bullshit. What I would really like is a POSIX-type API that allows anyone to make a layer between Arduino code and the microprocessor of choice, thus allowing use of Arduino syntax in arbitrary systems.
The TI Stellaris Launchpad ($5, free shipping, 80 MHz) and Raspberry Pi ($30, 700 MHz) beat the living hell out of the Due on price and processing power
Oh, I misread the title as saying "KDE Plasma 3" rather than "KDE Plasma Active 3", and since KDE Plasma is just the general KDE graphical environment, it was an easy mistake to make. My point still stands, since tablet interfaces generally suck anyway.
I've always preferred a pure xfce or a mix of xmonad + xfce to any of the "big" DE's (GNOME/MATE/KDE). KDE is just a bit too glossy and shiny for me, and QT is a bloated pig compared to GTK.
They're pretty fucking good at hardware
Unlimited storage for $5/mo? I have to get on this shit.
I think I saw this article a few days ago
Open source Tribes 2 would be freaking awesome. That game was fantastic... it had a mod called Construction Mod that effectively mimicked Minecraft / Garry's Mod (albeit with somewhat different mechanics), except it was released in 2003 (GMod was 2006, Minecraft was 2009). I played that mod extensively - it was very fun. Even vanilla Tribes 2 was great - IMO Tribes 2 and Battlefield 2 were some of the most groundbreaking multiplayer FPS's.
most of this set up. Google TV on my HDTV, an Android phone, and a Chromebook for the kitchen. And I like it... they're robust, functional, easy-to-use products.
Beat me to it.
Couldn't you just multiply out the factorization to see if it's correct? IIRC that's way faster than normal factorization, and since you're starting from a pool of possible factors that is smaller than the space of all prime integers, you're getting a faster result than pure brute force.