Redshift works OK on my Linux desktop.
It's a government/military term.
Put on your tinfoil hat instead. It gives you a bigger radar cross section.
The Darkness Emitting Arsenide Diode (DEAD).
The Electro-Voice Rearaxial Softspeaker from about 1966 is a real hoot.
Some microwave components company put out a "Our Company" pamphlet that was a real knee-slapper. It had the usual corporate description of operations with 1920's era photographs. "Our retirement plan...." a graveyard.
It takes me ten minutes to install Linux Mint. The hardest part is coming up with a user name and password.
I shut down all my machines daily, or when not in use for an hour or more, to save power mostly. Hey, it only takes a minute to boot up.
Disclaimer: I run Linux.
And always right when the immediate departure of your flight is announced.
In order for H2 cars to be truly green, you have to take water and split it and vent the oxygen. So you get the water back when you run your fuel cell car, and all is right again with the world.
Now all we need is a way of turning sunbeams into electricity, and we're all set. Of course, you could just charge up batteries instead, much more efficiently.
You can't burn coal to make the electricity without blowing your green cred. Using oil, natural gas, etc. to make hydrogen, is even worse because they're fossil fuels and also increase CO2. .
Actually, there's a lot of "Belgian style" beers marketed to Americans that consist of lager with clove extract and orange oil thrown in. Uh uh.
If you want to avoid a trip to Flanders, the best you can do in this country is the Ommegang brewery in Cooperstown, NY.
Enjoy your Bud Lite.
I'm 67, and I'm neither. I also have some electronic gear that's almost as old as I am, and also still works.
I'll be able to buy a PC with no more Windoze tax!
"Insert coin here to activate Windows for 30 minutes" Hahahahahahahahahahahh !!!!! (That was a penguin laughing)
...worldwide, will just precede the Year of the Linux desktop.
Well, it's at "super cold temperatures", so probably not in your lifetime. Also, according to the article, it's "...made of the metal samarium and the rare metalloid boron." So apparently there are heaps of Samarium about, but this boron, well, maybe we can mine asteriods for it, I dunno.
The sad part is parents and school boards will demand them because "our kids need to learn the tools used in industry: Microsoft Office. "
The real answer is Linux: http://youtu.be/ry5-wGluJsg
It was either not that powerful, or stolen.
But at least it will run a real Linux distro.