If I still had mod points.
*hands in (already-mostly-ceremonial) geek card*
Yup, remember also having that 'Barneyscan' version around the same time that Letraset introduced ColorStudio. Photoshop 'felt' quicker, so allowed more intuitive working (so, the way these things go, who remembers ColorStudio now?).
In this case it's more 'wetware'. Simultaneous translators are people with the talent to do on-the-fly translation. HTH.
(unless this is a really obscure set up for a WHOOOOSHing?)
Xerox did take that technology and do something with it. Just not something very good. And, at this point, the Slashdot Taco/iPod meme swims into my mind, where the iPod is a Mac Plus and the Nomad is the Xerox Documenter. It sure LOOKED like you got more for your cash with the latter. But, again, it's about doing something right, more than being innovative.
*grumble* to WHOOOSH! in about 5 mins. Suddenly, everything crashed quicker!
(also, my 512k replaced with a Plus was a great 'convenience' upgrade, but I was just getting the rest of the computer that Apple should have shipped in the first place).
Oi! I'm Scottish and I resent the implication that we didn't invent it.
Surely DEEP-FRIED MARS BAR tikka masala?
Long time since I bothered to look but I thought the Mig-25's Mach 3.2 was a one-time trip that effectively wrecked the engines!
40000 WP7 devices? What's that in XServes?
Never mind weak points, *If only* I had mod points...
National Rail timetabling/route information on the BlackBerry is plain and simple and FAST. Which is exactly what I need. It makes the £3.5k I fork out on a season ticket slightly more reasonable...
Then again, I am trying to work up the right degree of anger to vent my spleen about this iPhone app. I can't. Because, you know what? The fact that they're looking this way for application development is probably a good thing. What use would a website that only works -say- in Internet Explorer 6 be? At least they're trying to be contemporary. And £40k? *pfffffft!*
Mudchute (very good!) leaves me little room for manoeuvre. So I'll take the reverse shunt option and assume widened lines are in play too: St Johns Wood?
Where do I sign up? That sounds delightful!
(got iPad, have hardly used laptop since, will hand in -admittedly tattered- geek card soon, I promise).
Are you serious? Or is this some setup for an introduction to Derelicte?
OKAY! I'LL BITE!
Yup. In my hallway, now stashed APART from the pile of stuff I keep meaning to put on the street with a sign that says "works! please take me!" is a Mode32 floppy disk. This Connectix software "cleaned" the dirty ROMs in early Macintosh II systems, enabling them to address more than 8MB RAM. I can't throw it away. Because, you know, I might need it again.