that's exactly his point.
that's exactly his point.
one could try making a cpu out of 74xx series ICs
it would be open, but i doubt you could get any meaningful performance out of it
unless we pool our money and get a fab make us some chips
it costs like what! $2K for a couple hundred thou transistors, low-volume? I have no idea, but i do know one single mask for small processes (80um) cost like a bazillion bucks D:
what a load of BULLSHIT
locking the brakes decreases stopping distance? what fucking planet are you on? not locking the tires INCREASES friction. static friction is greater than kinetic friction http://ffden-2.phys.uaf.edu/211_fall2002.web.dir/ben_townsend/staticandkineticfriction.htm
Also, if the car is *moving* and you have strength that even barely surpasses that of a paraplegic newt, you can still steer.
it would be awesome. anything goes, save for biting and going for the eyes.
the match ends with either death or surrendering
you described it much better than I did above
we could be very good friends
i would like to share with you a story
1994 lancia delta, the authorised dealership+service had the idea that the Ecu was at fault.
a 19 year old fat guy who merely completed mandatory education found within seconds (literally seconds, this is not exaggeration for effect, i want to emphasize this. by the time i got out of the car after pulling the bonnet release, he already had found the problem) exclaimed "duuuude the sparkplug cable is out".
i can not prove it, anecdotal and all that, but considering your experience i am sure you believe me.
not 1 man.
four different authorised service centers did not even *Acknowledge* that it is an error.
but i take your advice about vacuum leak and problem with the airflow sensor.
renault authorised service centers don't even acknowledge it as a problem. in fact, one of their mechanics tried to pass it off as a feature.
i am at a loss for words
current renaults have
I have a renault twingo II GT.
it is a horrible, horrible car and with horrible, horrible service ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4orHdycJl4 if you're in the mood).
i have no idea what they think this whole android-in-the-car idea will accomplish.
when you have a slew of devices, carriers, api versions, applications etcetc and considering android has become a really complicated deal
frankly, i think updates are *not* talking that long.
(16GB to compile ICS? jesus fuck why?)
do you know how to steal? (implied yes as an answer)
do you know how to *hide*?
you mean like, houses constructed from rock?
funny you should mention that, structures build from rocks are really really sturdy.
just stop using slide to unlock and use two quick taps in either side of the sliding (now "tapping") widget
Or as the great 80's thrash band Nuclear Assault put it, "apathy creates despair"
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