Humor recognition skills needed.
Humor recognition skills needed.
Nope. It would just take one swift hit normal to the plane of the ecliptic to cause the angle of inclination to steadily change until it was revolving backward. However, the inclination may still be changing for all I know.
Nope. Each swift hit (delta-momentum) results in a single orbit change. A hit normal to the ecliptic is the most efficient in terms of angle-of-inclination change, but it does not cause a continuing inclination change.
Why not discuss the Apple apple logo and how it changed from Newton to rainbow colors to it's current stark white? IMO the most interesting logo story...
And why not the Chevy logo as well? This is an article about OS logos, not corporations' or car brands' logos.
That's one way to ensure nobody reads his stuff.
Yes, I was just thinking what wonderfully good news this is!
I am interested in purchasing access to the news you are thinking.
Don't do non-work from work, if you work at IBM.
Crap! I wrote this from work!
I'm not sure I know a workaround without sending data to the station, either a codec or third party software that has a built-in decoder.Another day, another victory for DRM!
The same would be true of any other software that might be required that wasn't preloaded before launch, regardless of whether it was proprietary or open source, DRM'd or DRM-free. You people will mod up anything that has 'DRM' in it. It's pathetic.
Except that CD-ROM drives were explicitly made to play both data and music disks. That idea was lost, somehow, when making DVD drives for American laptops and American "region" DVDs.
Great work! It's awesome how you just TOTALLY NAILED that clueless poster like that, with a UID approximately one hundredth of yours.
I many times add easter eggs when I wrote commercial video games.
I added myself, and my GF (now wife) to Wayne's World (Gameboy.) http://www.cheatscodesguides.com/game-boy-cheats/waynes-world/
Then I added a complete racing game to Grid Runner (PS1, Saturn, W95.) http://www.cheatbook.de/cfiles/gridrunnerplaystation1.htm
And some other things, many still secret. Publishers don't like it so much these days.... kind of takes the fun out of writing games....
Yes, but your dad's itch was in his missing part. If you had read TFS, you would have read she scratched her head with her phantom limb. If where she had perceived an itch was in the missing part... no, you can't perceive with a missing head.
She was asked to scratch her cheek. It wasn't a physical irritation, so it seems reasonable that the imagined itch could be relieved if the brain believed it was scratched.
This would also be true for itches caused by nonverbal body language expression. Your brain wants you to scratch your head, to signal puzzlement and thinking to those around you, so it suddenly makes you think that your head itches. See http://www.2knowmyself.com/body_language/body_language_state_of_confusion
Music wants to be free.
(Also movies, games, software and books. Porn is already free.)
A mathematician named Klein
Thought the Mobius strip was divine.
Said he, "If you glue
The edges of two
You'll get a weird bottle like mine."
10 year old kids weren't even born when that movie was released. Now, Transformers on the other hand has had a lot of influence.
Meh. Those kids weren't even remotely planned when the original Transformer cartoons came out. Oh, does that make me sound old?
... though his invention worked superbly -- his theory was a crock of sewage from beginning to end. -- Vernor Vinge, "The Peace War"