The Korean War vets.
Nothing but ads? I never hear ads on Sirius.
NASA is concerned about the health of its employees. Especially the ones who go off planet.
Once. Gave me a real appreciation for high level languages like C.
And, yes, it was an embedded application. No user interface, the controller talked to the device, the device ran some very precise valves. It was actually a fun month getting all that working.
you don't have the modifiable part of the software.
With a valuation of $40,000,000,000.00 "embattled" is hardly the adjective I'd use.
The FBI's DaLAS System has been doing this for several years now, but with things in addition to child abuse imagery. Since we shared the system with the UK they presumably just copied the relevant parts/ideas.
Usually doesn't, at first. It increases productivity by making it possible to use the current workers more efficiently. Slowly the unskilled workers who move boxes from point A to point B get replaced by slightly skilled workers who supervise the robots.
Thank God we don't allow the underclass to buy firearms here in the USA, otherwise we'd have to worry about a revolution.
Must be fairly good, then.
"Grayson never reviewed Depression Quest, nor did anyone else at Kotaku. "
Except that, in GamerGate, the journalist in question never reviewed the game, which itself was never reviewed in the publication in question. Thus, the entire GamerGate "controversy" was built on lies told by the GamerGate hashtaggers.
was originally developed by the US Government, and is still supported financially by the US Government?
"Few", or "almost none"?
Because the local sand was the wrong type for sandbags...
Generating a secure one time use token for any credit card that is stored?