I believe this is discussed in link #3 above. Cogently.
Your coworkers, however, might.
Most people like trucks. They are more useful.
That must be why "most people" drive trucks nowadays.
At least he didn't throw in 50 cent words in describing his projects.
Yes, he did. He used 'ontology' twice (as noun then an adjective), both times incorrectly (or nonsensically).
(sorry -correction, not "the bomb," but both bombs. That is little boy and fat man).
There's some misunderstanding here in these comments. I have his book and what he actually does is document painstaking research into the exact specs on all the bomb's parts down to the diameter of fasteners, etc. He didn't just create a template for a crude uranium-based device. The New Yorker published an interesting article about him in 2008.
HFS+ is available Case-sensitive. Check Disk Utility app. Of course, you might encounter some problems with sloppily written third-party apps......
It took me an hour to replace the optical drive in my MBP with an SSD. Mainly that was because the screws are so tiny I had to use tweezers for the ones that fell back in. But if the optical drive bugs you, it's not all that hard to remove it and replace it with something more useful.
I live in a flight path to LGA, planes go over every five or ten minutes and often *blink* the apartment with their shadows. Which is kinda neat. But I think there's a misapprehension about this app. I t doesn't receive ADS transmissions, it relies on (some group of users other than app users) to submit the data to a db. Planes fly over my apartment every five or ten minutes. I've had this app open for an hour and none of the overflying planes were reflected in the UI.
Of course, if they were, I'da downed them with a SAM, which I never felt the need to do when they are flying over til now.
Almost every non-cl-using employee I've met in the web business uses ping as a synonym for 'contact', but often specifically contact over the internet, though IM or email or whatever and has for a couple or three years at least. I've always figured it was probably cl-using employees using it in a similar sense, which they do, and have as long as I remember, and being overheard. This made it sound 'hip', in a geeky kind of hip. This means it's our own fault.
I almost made a fool out of myself by contradicting this, but you're right. Turns out arpanet lore on this subject is mistaken.
Now I'll have to find some other way to make a fool of myself. This shouldn't be too hard.
I don't think quoting a Senator who is reviled by just about everyone, regardless of party affiliation, is indicative of the general consensus in this country.
It's germane (if accurate, which I can't verify) because he is the main sponsor of the legislation in question.