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My 486 won't display this site
I think you took my comment as sarcasm. I am well aware of the bandwidth-saving benefits of unformatted text, I'm also a big fan of, and I make use of, the fact it's cross-platform and when paired with interpreters and interfaces written for many platforms can be used and contributed to by anyone on an equal standing. Slashdot itself is a good example of this; I can actually still post using my Nokia 6230i running Opera Mini over GPRS. I would, in fact, despair somewhat if I couldn't!
The universal participation, from anywhere, with any device theme I refer to in my OP implicitly refers to low bandwidth, low-memory, 8-16 bit CPUs, tape decks as storage, etc.
Also, why would most technically-inclined people disagree with me about Dreamweaver, et al? I thought we'd got over the "difference between tools and lazy macro code generators" decades ago... A compiler is a tool. Dreamweaver is a lego set, with no real tools for creating new lego pieces. And the lego pieces it provides are almost always much more inefficient than raw HTML, CSS and PHP code written by any half-decent developer! So whilst the majority of *drones in the current IT hegemony" might disagree with me, an educated engineer learning to program, or one very experienced, would not at all!
Who the fuck are you? Go die in a fire, you disrespectful worthless turd.
Next you'll be shouting web developers down for not using an automated tool like Dreamweaver, or advocating driverless cars with no manual controls. Our forefathers and our freedom are closely connected, forget one, you may as well forget the other. Long live text only devices! Long live being able to connect from anywhere, with anything, and participate based on one's intellectual prowess rather than one's socio-economic status!
The Neo900 is the spritual successor of the Nokia N900. The new circuit board can be placed into an existing N900 for better specs (faster CPU, more RAM, LTE modem) than the original device while still maintaining fremantle (maemo 5) backwards compatibility. Alternatively, a fully assembled phone can be purchased as well. The Neo900 will be fully operational without any binary blob running on the main CPU. While the modem still requires a non-free firmware, it is completely decoupled from the rest of the device (think of a LTE usb stick you put in your laptop) and can reliably be monitored or switched off by the operating system.
You can follow the development of the project in the maemo forum, read about the specs of the device or consult the FAQ
The tiny device runs a 1 GHz R8 ARM processor, and comes with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage. In comparison, the Raspberry Pi B and B+ models feature a 900 MHz quad-core ARM Cortex 7 processor. The Chip comes with a built-in composite output to connect to monitors and supports adapters for VGA or HDMI. It runs Debian Linux and comes preloaded with the Scratch programming language for those who might be new to coding.
Most noteworthy, though, is the Pocket Chip – a small device with a crude-looking screen and hard-key keyboard that plugs into the Chip and makes for portable computing. It may not be an iPhone killer, but it's an impressively inexpensive mobile form factor.
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Comms Section. He's conjuring up a co-ordinated crapflood of said ASCII art and press releases in an article defined in the encrypted message you see.
You can have most androids, and I believe apple phones too, "Auto Rotate" their screen. Flip it in your hands it so the screen is correctly oriented for your HUD reflection when subsequently laid flat, then carefully place it in the panel so it reflects as desired. When laid flat,the phone will wait for a threshold (more than 10 degrees in my experience) of further rotation before changing the screen again - giving you the result you wanted!
I've done it with my Xperia Z Ultra and my Ford Transit EF-LWB - it works!
So if I breathe hot choking cigar fumes in your face, from my fat, dirty cigarillo, that's not assault? After all, all I'm doing is sending massive amounts of particulates (traffic) to make you choke...
Did slashdot just die and silently come back up? I was getting 503's and "offline mode", logged in and out for ages, then suddenly its just working again. Anybody else experience anything like that?
Seriously, insightful?? Sarcastic, funny maybe, but I was definitely not being insightful! Next I'll be accused of having sock puppets!
You need to move all of those tables and chairs, I am trying to land...
I really, really hope apk will come on and tell me how "manly" I'm looking these days!