You can drive with a bent fender, but if you bend an aircraft it is instantly grounded until repaired, this may entail x-raying the superstructure etc. So a small bingle in a flying car means it instantly becomes just a car until repaired and approved for flight. Personally I cant see flying cars becoming a reality any time soon.
Its AIDS all over again. Lets just sit back and watch it spread because its just Africans, then panic when it pops up in San Francisco.
Rawshark reads a stream of packets from a file or pipe, and prints a line describing its output, followed by a set of matching fields for each packet on stdout. https://www.wireshark.org/docs...
In an age of sex bots and realistic toys I just can't see to relax my grip.
Nah, killing an anonymous coward would be much more fun.
Yes a car tunnel to be precise.
Steel pipe or drill rod?
A little crazy is a good thing.
Bladerunner - Philip K Dick
It's Such a Beautiful Day - James Blish
The Father Thing - Philip K Dick
How come the plumbers got a guernsey and all the other trades missed out, sure smells funny to me.
Unless the US Government threatens to bankrupt them via liquidated damages its unlikely the healthcare system will ever work properly. A sentence of death concentrates the mind wonderfully.
Two miniature gas tanks a regulator and a vibrating device would simulate a working third generation underwater breather and would fool a few speculators into handing over the money.
Loads of reviews have been written about Windows 8. Some loved it. Some hated it. But they all say the same thing: Windows 8 will require a major retraining for Windows users and there doesn't seem to be some great big advantage for all the relearning, particularly for business users. If Windows 9 retains the Metro interface then Microsoft really is doomed.