Any thoughts and or suggestions are welcome.
How would you train all those people to recognize every copyrighted item? Just every copyrighted piece of music would be impossible. A computer is going to have a lower error rate on this than any group of humans.
I was surprised to find out not long ago that you no longer have to pay. I don't pay them anything and I'm using IMAP with mutt to read yahoo mail.
Still not sure when this change was made but I suspect it was fairly recent (within the last couple of years, max).
I also use E16, for about 12 years now. Also on Gentoo.
The T1 had a single FPU shared among 8 cores.. The T3 (and T2) has an FPU per core.
Still, your point about ray-tracing is probably valid, compared to other processors available. If I had a heavily threaded application, I would definitely want to look at T-series SPARCs.
That's not a bad feature for a mail client at all.
I intentionally reply in email to people who send me facebook messages. Facebook is so primitive compared to even old email clients.
I have some 1920x1200 16:10 monitors for exactly that reason... I was holding onto a couple 4:3 for exactly the reason you mention, but with 1200 vertical pixels i was finally swayed... plus it was getting harder to find good 4:3 monitors.
In particular, 16:9 is terrible for old FPS games.
Your work on this is fascinating to me, thank you for sharing it. I watched the entire talk. The crypto part really is an embarrassment for Sony.
For me, It'll be interesting to see a Linux and homebrew software with full RSX access, which for a lot of people was the original goal of hacking on the PS3 to begin with.
Computer programs expand so as to fill the core available.