"If we extend unlimited tolerance even to those who are intolerant, if we are not prepared to defend a tolerant society against the onslaught of the intolerant, then the tolerant will be destroyed, and tolerance with them." - Sir Karl Popper
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Sorry but you'll need to do it without using any memory. We need to make it fast.
I've likely had more power supplies fail than hard drives but power supplies don't hold my data.
This isn't altruism as one of the conditions of altruism is selflessness. This is obviously just another way to promote Facebook.
I had always thought that Apple price gouged on most of its products. This is just an example of trying to optimize the Apple tax.
From the article. "and it’s a 180,000 pixel spectacular." Oooo. That's less than 1 megapixel. I think they meant 180,000 pixels wide.
On a different scale "While a single galaxy is almost non-existent"
"as dry as reading an encyclopedia?". Really? For me encyclopedias are fascinating. I tried reading a few fiction books but could never stay interested past a chapter or two. The strange part is I enjoy watching sci-fi movies but have no interest in reading sci-fi books.
To do the job properly would take a processor with encryption support baked in, like Sega's Kabuki, or the into the memory controller as in the XBox. Software encryption or obfuscation is nearly useless.
Is it emulator safe? Would there be any way to determine which instructions are part to the decryption engine and which are part of the application?
everything streams from my dvd player to the tv over the hdmi cable
The only reason the Chicago stats have changed is because fewer crimes are written up. The police force there was told to do something about the crime rates so in order to make the crime rates drop they just started ignoring crime.
Weight changes as gravity changes, mass does not. A kilogram is a measure of mass.
Sounds like he's bragging about Canadian social support, not about being disabled.
The $99 Parallela board uses a Zynq FPGA that has a dual core ARM CPU. The $199 version has close to 10x the FPGA fabric of the LX9