I've been looking at setting up something like that as well. Though ideally mine would convert to a sitting desk as well. I've tried the standing desk thing before, but I found it difficult to play any skill-based game, such as an FPS while standing. I can't imagine walking can be any better for my accuracy.
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Well porn is pretty easy to identify, and most of it is reported by users, rather than actually being screened. It's completely against the Youtube TOS, so when its found, it's quite clear that it should be removed.
Copyrighted material on the other hand, isn't immediately identifiable. If you do have some perfect algorithm to separate copyrighted work from original work, you still need to make sure the person uploading the copyrighted work doesn't have permission to do so... Then we're not even touching on e.g. using a song as background music for a video, what constitutes "fair use" etc.
Email is not magic.
I like the backlinks one.
They say the data helps narrow the region of the search because it excludes some of the higher energy ranges where the Higgs boson might be found
"We haven't failed a thousands times. We've just found a thousand ways NOT to make a Higgs Boson"
Red Hat has devised a solution for the ASPM Linux power problem by mimicking Microsoft Windows' power behavior in the Linux kernel.
I'm sure Microsoft will ignore this.
Hence the use of the word "life-like" instead of "living".
the game characters wear pirate hats
So even when there is no DRM involved, pirated games are STILL better than paying....
(on a serious note, I'll try the pirated game, since it should be legal if they're the ones I'm downloading it from, right? If I like it, I'll consider buying the less-awesome version; In other words, this was a successful slashvert)
Not a complicated answer, but that was my closest option...
Screw time zones. Use UTC.
Why don't they just switch to a rolling release?
Or, better yet, have a rolling release, with major changes (e.g, desktop environment changes, like from GNOME to Unity) every 2 years, when they are doing LTS releases now. That way, we can keep the cute alliterations.
I guess breaking your system twice a year just isn't enough?
Actually, the part that made me envy it is this:
The IBM monochrome monitor is a very high-quality 11.5in green phosphor device with an anti-glare screen.
I wonder if I can get it in laptop form.
The idea is that the ISP providing the service is in a friendly country that hates censorship. They can connect to any website that goes through that ISP to use the Telex service.
I seriously doubt those are powerful enough to see any medical effects from their use. It's like the vitamin content in Vitamin Water and Sobe drinks: A good thing, but not nearly enough of it
A change to your sleep pattern is hardly a small change biologically. We may not understand everything about sleep just yet, but we do know one thing: It's damn important.
A change in your sleep schedule changes your biological clock, which helps control many complex biological processes. Even small changes like that can confuse the body and cause it to do things wrong.