Dell has gigantic portion of the business market. desktop workstations, laptops, and servers.
So did Sun at one point.
How does Fury even see these?
Disregard that. I suck Koch.
Article 35 of the Japanese Constitution protects against illegal search and seizure.
Man, I wish the United States had that.
Torture is not the NSA's job. It's more of a hobby.
Nintendo did not just survive the crash of '83, they were the ones that took the lead in resurrecting the industry.
Then again, they survived their mid 90's slump. And each time the XBOX/PS war is rekindled on a new generation of systems.
And even if Wii-U falters, Nintendo can survive on brand recognition alone from the mass of parents in their 30s and 40s that grew up with the NES. Now, perhaps in 10 years when the XBOX/PS generation gamers start having kids of their own, things might change.
BMC is buying their way into "craft" beer. Small business always looks cool, so either big business buys in to what on the surface might appear small; or a small company grows to the size where they are in danger of losing the "coolness" factor, so they try to fake it.
Foam tips... could catch on fire... Incendiary arrows! Police, arrest this man!
Wait, the schoolyard that only allows nerf toys is in Toronto! Arrest those children, immediately!
So you typed this message on a keyboard? Oh my god, that means he has fingers... he could fire a gun! Police, arrest this man!
Then follow the same steps and compile it yourself. You should come to the same results.
How do you compile a person?
This isnt remotely surprising.
Existing 1080p quality can't be discerned as better by someone sitting 10 feet away on a couch looking at a 42" TV. Going past 1080p has no value whatsoever unless you're talking about insanely huge screens or impractically close viewing.
A: Existing 1080p quality can't be discerned as better by someone sitting 10 feet away on a couch looking at a 42" TV
B: Going past 1080p has no value whatsoever unless you're talking about insanely huge screens or impractically close viewing
C: 42" is insanely huge.
My answer is:
C is demonstrably false, as I'm about two feet away from the screen I'm using at this very moment.
D is demonstrably false, as many sane people buy larger screens.
I suggest you rethink your position replacing distance and size by field of vision. Your previous statement would turn into "an field of vision over n degrees is useless". To which I'd answer "Anything less than my entire FoV is not enough."
I am lost, what was D again?
Yeah, you should actually try it in real life. It absolutely is visible.
I think real life has somewhat higher resolution than 1080p.
I suppose this would affect Java Web Start as well. (Does anyone still use that? My Java work is currently server-side only.)
Though having more click-throughs does not increase security at all.
Premature optimization is the root of all evil. -- D.E. Knuth