Yes, the times are different. That doesn't excuse JJ from turning Star Trek into a cheesy, unbelievable, action flick that will be forgotten tomorrow, instead of exploring today's issues that people will remember 50 years from now. He even started with a premise that had a huge amount of potential for providing the sort of moral dilemma X-Men has been good at delivering and throwing it away with a cardboard villain (the one who was the real villain). You can have good, believable, action with a good story too, they aren't inherently mutually exclusive. This movie doesn't have either. The only thing that saves it at all is the character interactions.
Isn't that a windoze thing? In any case, some of us have a wider view of the world than fits crammed into one tiny window...
>20 if you consider windows to be "tabs"
Bittorrent breaks the distribution problem, but doesn't help the money problem.
There are subscription trackers that can solve that problem as well. Many people use bittorrent because it's the easiest or only way to get content, not because they don't want to pay for it. There are those that don't of course, but they're not going to pay for it regardless, so they don't really count. Make it easy to get and easy to pay for and you'll get paid as much as, if not more than (no need to give others a cut), you will through other means.
I'd like to be able to know exactly where problems are and of what sort, and the control and knowledge to go with it: antibodies! Get that now! Metabolism! I just ate a piece of cake - crank it up and burn it off! (well, after running it on high for a few months to lose <too many> kilos) Abs - a little more definition please.
His original plan was to buy a bunch of cold medicine, Jesse warned him off of that. The next plan was to steal materials for making biker meth
It seems to work well for me...
...taking body modification to a whole new level...
Overnight charges before a short trip are unreasonable. What if I need to use the car, "oh I can't drive my 101,000 dollar car tonight...it has to charge for 8 hours before I drive 265 miles."
The book is still on Barnes & Noble, who also uses standard epub format instead of a proprietary format, and a lot of their books don't use DRM...
The point being: support businesses doing it right...
First of all, the US has had missile defense via missiles since the 1960s with Nike-Zeus/Spartan and Sprint
"AEGIS" is the combat system, the US Navy's missile defense is - Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System, a subset of Aegis and on some ships
Overwhelming the system with missiles isn't going to happen, the primary threat nation (the Russian Federation) has nuclear capable cruise missiles, ICBMs and SLBMs limited through treaties, when China has enough to be a threat there will be a treaty with them too.
Remember that the hardware requirements for the rover were set in 2004, or when the PPC750 was 7 years old and the RAD750 was 3 years old.
The 740/750 models had 6.35 million transistors on a 260 nm process has a die of 67 mm2
The RAD750 has 10.4 million transistors, is manufactured by BAE Systems using either 250 or 150 nm process and has a die area of 130 mm2
At work, our primary fileserver has an offsite (80 miles) mirror, with snapshots up to a month back. I'm working on getting something similar working at home with freenas (I work at an ISP, so the offsite isn't a problem for the home setup). Currently I'm doing a nightly rsync of my server to a readynas. My desktop is raid-1, but any data I care about, I try to make sure is on the server and don't further backup the desktop.