Marketing; so nobody can say it's just "720p".
The 50/60 Hz hum of fluorescent lamps, as the starters are gradually replaced with high frequency transistor ballasts.
In a few decades: combustion engines?
P.S. if the BitTorrent tracker doesn't work, edit the Torrent and use udp://open.demonii.com:1337
There's a gem of a documentary about the history of computing before the web.
The Machine That Changed the World is the longest, most comprehensive documentary about the history of computing ever produced.
It's a whirlwind tour of computing before the Web, with brilliant archival footage and interviews with key players — several of whom passed away since the filming.
Episode 1 featured Interviews with, including but not limited to:
Paul Ceruzzi (computer historian), Doron Swade (London Science Museum), Konrad Zuse (inventor of the first functional computer and high-level programming language, died in 1995), Kay Mauchly Antonelli (human computer in WWII and ENIAC programmer, died in 2006), Herman Goldstine (ENIAC developer, died in 2004), J. Presper Eckert (co-inventor of ENIAC, died in 1995), Maurice Wilkes (inventor of EDSAC), Donald Michie (Codebreaker at Bletchley Park)
No, you need to learn to take notes on your failures, focus more and try again.
Unfortunately the atmospheric pressure on Mars (0.6 kPa) is far below the Armstrong Limit (6.3 kPa) at which your blood boils at body temperature.
A stable driver ABI would lead to more proprietary drivers and nobody wants that.
Proprietary drivers are usually only supported for a few years before the vendor drops them to increase the sales of new hardware.
In the meantime, almost all libre drivers in Linux enjoy support for decades, on a large number of system architectures.
RMS has been one of the most important men of the last 50 years or so.
His contribution to society is immense.
We need more like him to fight for our freedom.
Just imagine a world with only proprietary software.
Locked into golden prisons.
What's the inherent advantage of x86 over ARM?
"Movies are best watched on cell phones."
- David Lynch
Why do people still think that taking an antique computer and adding Linux is such an amazing thing?
This is a 7 year old laptop - and while someone may have replaced all the batteries with new ones, dismantled it and cleaned the internals with an air duster, and cleaned up the case it's still a diverted piece of e-waste.
Charging people $320 for something that probably cost them less than $50 to acquire is gouging - especially when people have problems with them.
I assume your time is worth nothing and the new batteries are free.
Like putting too much air in a balloon!