Lol, you're my new hero!
Lol, you're my new hero!
Staples had a pen that would record your strokes as you wrote, that you could then download into your PC.
Forget the name, (don't feel like googling), you still need paper though.
I like to write my pseudo-code out ahead of time on certain projects, it would be nice to then import that in when I'm done.
tablets are nice and all, but there's something about hand-writing it out. helps me with memorizing. Typing, "seems" less so.
Yep, I think you got it.
Like the travel salesman problem. A sales man can visit every site, but what is the most optimal travel path.
the more places you add, the bigger the problem becomes....
Um, because we're all citizens of the same country?
I personally do not have any need for a tsunami warning system. But I'll be damned if I want my fellow citizens put in harms way if we can avoid it.
Why can't we all watch each other's backs instead of trying to stab them there?
Damn. it's not socialism, it's good citizenship.
But doesn't California suffer debt crisis every year.
I wouldn't be so quick to use them as a poster child.
Send him to soccer camp then.
There are A LOT of people over here who are just to proud to consider that they came from lower level organisms.
You would think that the teachings on pride would help knock them down a few pegs, but those teachings only apply to the other people, "I'm a good christian".
You can't argue with crazy.
Looking at the Motorola website, Tablets are included in the Mobility brand.
The commercial/industrial side doesn't look like it's included. Though I could be wrong, I am no expert.
Good question, I was wondering from mobility side whether this includes what used to be Symbol devices as well.
Where does the Mobility group start and stop?
I'm an anti-social person, I hate people.
Keep your grubby multiplayer out of my pristine single player experience.
When people can get "root" on your pc from you visiting a website....that's bad...
Why should your phone be any different?
They may save more money than that $2 by not having to manage the DVDs for you though..
It works out for them as well.
That's the big push, Netflix wants to push people to streaming, saving the people and them money.
Unfortunately for Netflix, the streaming side is lackluster at best. They need a little more sugar with their medicine me thinks.
They should ( and maybe will) increase the quality of their streaming service, people who don't want to pay $16 will drop the disks, save $2 and go to streaming. win-win...
Disks are becoming an antiquated delivery mechanism anyway. Hell I'm ripping my dvds to my HTPC just so I don't have to get my lazy ass up to change the disk in the player.
This reminds me though, I should change my netflix subscription, I'm still at 3 disks at a time, should bump that down to 2. Save a couple bucks.
"Special Edition" wine....
Works surprisingly well.
That sounds like you had poor coders, not a VB6 issue if the coders aren't professional. I've written/debug plenty of VB6 code. Compared to VS 2010 Visual Basic.Net yeah, it's not as easy in some respects. But there's a familiarity there to "pre-objected oriented" code that a lot of older programmers are used to.
Just because something is new and shiny doesn't mean it's automatically better than the older version. VB.Net 2002 sucked donkey balls compared to VB6, it took them to 2008 to get it good enough for me. I know a few coders now who are just starting to get into
COMPASS [for the CDC-6000 series] is the sort of assembler one expects from a corporation whose president codes in octal. -- J.N. Gray