That's a terrible analogy. It makes you a bad programmer in the same way that using a CD Player makes you a bad violinist.
I tried installing it in Ubuntu 13.10. Segfaulted on the first file I tried to import and complained about not being able to find video/x-surface decoder on the second. I have all the gstreamer good/bad/ugly plugins installed. I know free video editors routinely have problems but this certainly can't be the most mature.
IANAL, but I don't think granting easements and the like would be included in those activities prohibited by (b). But it's (a) that I dislike the most. Why prohibit a municipality from offering services? I live in Kansas, and as far as I can tell, many state legislators have wet-dream fantasies about local governments having control over their own business. This seems inconsistent.
It would distribute the concentration of computational power and increase the security of bitcoin transactions. The security of the protocol is dependent upon individuals not being able to outcompute the rest of the network. A widespread distribution of computational power reduces the opportunity of individuals and bolsters the protocol security.
I'm not sure if you can get a 100 Mbps link for $45/mth, but you definitely can get a 1000Mbps link for $450.
Transit is so cheap these days that it's almost free; it's very cheap, keeps getting cheaper, while many other costs are not getting any cheaper (electricity prices don't ever seem to go down, for example). As a result, transit seems to be making up a smaller and smaller percentage of costs.
I agree with you on the general principle involved here (and the pricing scheme being discussed here is nonsensical), but transit is only that cheap at major junctions. When you get farther away, it gets much more expensive. Additionally, in rural areas, fewer customers have to support cost of the backhaul infrastructure to make it out that far (and trying to economize .
It gets expensive for rural customers on both levels.
As a kid, my mother's record collection introduced me to music from her past, and Nick at Night introduced me to television from her era. Shared culture is an ongoing story, and being able to see the earlier parts of that story really helped me to be able to appreciate the later parts. As well, understanding a medium from its simplest implementation to its most complex helps to create a more informed taste.
I don't have children yet, but my little brother is about 25 years younger than me. I've introduced him to old video games that are accessible to him. He loves them, and he's building experiences that will allow him greater appreciation of things he's going to run into later.
If my future children take an interest in technology, I won't force them to use an old PC... but I will certainly drag one out and set it up for them to fiddle with!
I bet his job involves sucking
You don't say where the package was going, but it's possible the delay was related to conditions at or on the way to another hub in the system. Look at the airline system. You often see weather-related delays and cancellations in areas where weather is fine. It's like a domino effect, rippling over the whole interconnected system.
ÿèß, ït d!
What about that 3rd or 4th child that never got a chance to experience life because Dad got a vasectomy.
Damn right. Every sperm is sacred.
His way is much more efficient.
Sure, they can get away with it in Alabama, but they don't dare try that in a region with some teeth... so to speak.
I don't care who you are, that's funny.
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