Similar toys but military personnel usually get real consequences instead of paid vacation when they fsck up.
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Given the context I doubt it, since tar itself doesn't do compression.
The Amazon drones aren't even remote controlled, but autonomous http://youtu.be/6in-MZeeeGk?t=12m26s
(And even though there's probably some backup control channel and remote telemetrics it's very likely not wifi.)
Yep. In a big project nobody wants to take responsibility of the whole thing, as long as their little corner is somewhat decent their conscience is clear.
I've always wondered, why is it that when government builds stuff for citizens, the citizens almost never have a say about what gets done? I bet there's plenty of professionals who could give their time even for free just so something that now makes their lives harder would be corrected.
Why not at least have community process where decisions are based on votes and people who e.g. have a relevant degree to the matter at hand get more points?
Optimally, public services should be solid enough that anyone can look at the source without risking security of the system. They should start putting everything on github from now on and hire a small army of devs to process peer reviews.
That's a pretty specific percentage for "probably".
It's not the data itself that's often the most interesting thing to spies, it's the context, who, where, when and what else were they up to.
There's not a single exclamation mark in that response.
The guy swears, not news.
Perhaps next time submit a post about the subject matter being discussed and not how it's discussed?
Something I might've asked him was posed by Louis C.K
With $85B (or whatever it is nowadays), "how do you not do that?"
Obviously it's not made to be hit, it's made to handle thousands of degrees of heat while travelling at Mach 25 while keeping the puny mammals inside relatively safe.
Let's see anything that can take hits from bridge pylons and storms do that.
Keep in mind that even your comment is already 368 bytes in size.
While pushing random pixels on the screen might be possible (depending on the hardware) with pretty much the same amount of code as hello world would take, fitting anything more complex than that in 64B has never been possible.
Yeah, he took it in reference to the physicist.
What I meant by auto-tune was that general public don't care about physicists (which might be one reason why names get misspelled), so better make bad music if you care about fame.
I rarely point out typos but when I do I make one too.
He would be, for such bad spelling.
Goes to show one thing; if you want to be remembered, forget about nobel prices and learn Auto-Tune.
Might have guessed, all of them seem to feature ridiculous music, unnecessary commentary and/or run of the mill conspiracy theories/end of the world prophecies.
Would've hoped http://www.youtube.com/user/nasatelevision had something but so far the most informative I came across was http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DE6sPnm4Pk (at least you can mute it)
At least he sells the WPA Cracker service, but from the stories section of the site, regarding the years of hitchhiking, train hopping, squatting and sailing on a shoestring budget, it could be guessed that he might not be overly concerned of a regular paycheck.