He says he was told by his content-management software experts that such a configuration is impossible.
No, he was told by his content management software "experts" that his experts are incompetent (they just worded it differently)
Everyone whinges about Uber undermining the taxi monopoly
... the reality is, Uber is pretty much ignoring laws around proper licensing, insurance, background checks, and anything else.
The biggest (and arguably most legitimate) excuse I see given is simply that the laws were written not to serve the public good, but to reinforce the monopoly the local cabl companies have, and has in many cases lead to a profound drop in service without the expected drop in cost that you find in a free market.
It's well-established that most successful companies exploit any advantage they can, so it's not the least bit surprising that they lower quality of service to cut costs because it has no net impact on their revenue, which can only serve to increase proffits. This only encourages a drop in quality of service, relative to cost.
In SOME respects I can understand why there are laws that encourage the monopolies. There are certain markets where competition can lead to a drop in average quality due to redundant overhead, such as power companies. I can also see where this could apply to some extend to cab service, in specific (usually small) cities. Some businesses you need to maintain a certain minimim customer base so you can do things on a profitable scale. But there's no reason for that in a big city like London.
so that communications providers can once again comply with court orders.
If the court order demands you produce the data, and it's physically impossible for you to do it, that's not non-compliance. That's "hey retards, you DO realize you just demanded we do the impossible, go take a hike!".
There's absolutely nothing wrong (or unexpected) to do with refusing to do the impossible. Quit twisting words, the internet's pretty good at seeing through that crap.
I find it entirely gratifying to see companies that in the past have been getitng forced to cooperate with the government ignoring the people's rights finally being able to tell the criminals wearing the badges to get lost, without risk of arrest or prossicution.
Thank you for demonstrating what a fucking racist fool you truly are.
Terrorists don't have a specific means of dressing.
We have microfluidics for stacking dies and removing heat. We do it on p-n junctions on some of the latest LEDs (which are fucking MASSIVE at nearly 7mm x 7mm on just the die alone, not including any mount, circuitry, etc.) to keep them very cool.
I don't speak of ideas unless I already know we've got the technology to handle it.
It's that easy as we're doing it to make large linear high-power LEDs run very cool.
Protip for AMD: Start with a thicker wafer, do the underside with your required cooling channels, do the topside with your typical litho. You CAN wick heat from the underside.
"You can't stack CPU cores because they output waaaaaay too much heat."
Microfluidic cooling to an IHS. Easy-peasy.
Assuming Intel doesn't go Xeon-scale in pricing for this CPU (who am I kidding, of course they will) I wonder how AMD plans to respond to this.
For now, they've got the consoles holding them afloat. And while I am an AMD fan, I see they are rapidly losing out on the desktop space when it comes to performance (despite both companies having rather meager performance gains for the past several years.)
They'd better figure out what the fuck they're doing, and come up with some competing responses, quickly. Hell, I've got ideas for them, all involving that HBM tech.
1. Use a modified version of that HBM tech to stack their CPU cores and load it up with tons of cache memory (for their non-APU line.) And don't forget to drop a process node, for fuck's sake.
2. Use modified HBM tech to create stacked CPU/GPU/RAM/CACHE on the same die (for their APU line.)
3. Use modified HBM to create stacked single-die CrossFire GPUs that don't consume gobs of power (GPU line.)
4. Use modified HBM tech to create a true monolithic SOC package that integrates EVERYTHING, thus eliminating the need for motherboards - at that point and time, it just becomes a breakout board with a socket. They could probably do away with the interposer as well if They were clever enough in the design.
I've never had that waiting problem as my e-cig works directly from USB. No battery required (or even in the unit itself,) just plug that fucker in and hit the switch.
Then I've also got a 120w vaporizer built into my tower as well.
The problem is the word ATOM.
"the basic unit of a chemical element."
Carbon is the basic unit. Graphite is a MOLECULE - comprised of connected carbon atoms.
"These days AA means 2500 mAh NiMH rechargable in under 1 hour."
Physics says no to that when your charger only outputs 1Ah.
How many Bavarian Illuminati does it take to screw in a lightbulb? Three: one to screw it in, and one to confuse the issue.