Here's my suggestion:
Here's my suggestion:
"There are numerous other Duke games in various stages of development, several due out this year. We are definitely looking to bring Duke into casual gaming spaces, plus there are other major Duke games in production."
So that's multiple major Duke games plus several smaller ones with more than one due out in 2010?!
Hillarious! It's like when you ask your friend starting a business on their own how that are doing and they'll say something like "Oh yeah doing great! Got a few things on the burner, with a couple of them looking really good, and few other interesting things going on." which really means "I have no work, but don't want to admit it"
Anyway, good luck to them!
That being said, dependency hell is the main reason Linux cannot get ahead of Windows or Mac for the masses - the abstraction layer may not be as optimisable as on Linux, but you can distribute small binaries and be _sure_ they work out of the box with no issues.
It was sleek, usable, rock-solid and ran on most computers that could run 98se. It came on a single CD-ROM...that's right, CD, not DVD. It installed in 30 minutes. Then MS had to go throw on all the eyecandy and craptacularness of XP, and suddenly things started slowing down. Then we had the Vista debacle. If 7 is as sleek and slim as 2K I'd be all over it. But apparently 7 is still suffering bloat and eyecandy obsession. I miss 2K. If it wasn't so risky to run I'd still run it. Too many vulnerabilities that are unpatched in 2K.
That. Is. Cool. Thanks for sharing!
Plus, since you've been through the auditing, you know everything they have written down, don't you?
I wonder how many people make up stuff to confess just so they can get out of that torture. Hey, it's all forgiven anyway, right?
You're correct, but your example is exceptionally weak. Bigotry exists, yes. However, this does not turn all religions into cults any more than it turns all racists into L Ron Hubbard.
That Flash animation is full of WIN. Epic WIN.
Hackintosh = bog standard PC running Mac OS X.
Case mod = hardware stuffed into a case that is wildly different or decorative or super-functional.
Mac case mod = Mac logic board stuffed into a case that is wildly different from standard Macs.
I still want to do a Classic Mac modded with a Mac mini inside and an LCD replacing the old CRT.
I have a 600X. It runs Xubuntu. For a 600E, Debian would be your best bet, because you can tailor-fit it to your needs. XFCE is such a good window manager I even run it on more powerful systems because it's lightweight and goes fast.
The easiest way to get sound out of one of these machines is to use a USB sound card. There are three chips inside a 600 and a 600e that look like sound cards to Linux. The 600x is better on this score, and so is the T22, but it's way easier to work around the elderly sound circuitry with a USB stick in all of these cases.
Actually another distro you should look into is Tiny Core Linux. It is idiosyncratic, to say the least, but it is the lightest Linux in a long, long time.
The reason for Einstein's initial assumption is that we have never to date observed anything which has moved faster than light. Then again, would we know such a thing if we observed it, and have we actively looked for such a thing? If so, how have we looked?
We have looked a lot for such things. For current purposes, since I gather faster than light signals are supposed to be a manifestation of higher energies, high energy physics is the best place to have noticed such phenomena. Basically, they slam particles together at high energies and look at the resulting spray. If anything travels faster than the speed of light, it'll create an anomaly in the resulting data. Even a few events out of trillions are enough to get noticed. Personally, I think high energy collisions are a very efficient way to look for these things since you cover a lot of possibilities at once.
There's also the matter of particle floods from the initial collapse of supernovas and gamma ray bursts. These are events with a very narrow window of activity and in which we see no change in the arrival of various particles (eg, gamma rays and neutrinos, for example).
It's like if a Prius and a Hummer got in a collision.
Do you fell for the arrogant Hummer driver or the pretentious Prius driver
May the bluebird of happiness twiddle your bits.