That wasn't me. But I agree with the sentiments.
That wasn't me. But I agree with the sentiments.
lol. The people who have stuff to rob have more guns than you. In a lot of cases, they also have body armor and night vision gear. And they're better shots. Idiots like you and your family won't last too long after the balloon goes up.
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I somewhat agree with this post. Psychohistory is an excellent way to explain algorithms, credit reports, economics, sociology, and other modern statistical sciences. We have gotten quite good at this and it's nice to be able to take a step back and realize what we are actually doing.
That's some really negative feedback.
Nevertheless, I am correct. I have a couple of smartphones that I am responsible for. One is a Nexus 4. Quadcore Snapdragon, 2 gigs of ram. That is approximately equivalent to an out of box Dell or HP from about 5 years ago. The other is a Galaxy S2. Not as good, but still decent enough to get the job done. Maybe equivalent to a second generation P4 like I used to run about 7 years ago.
"Now Stargoat," you'll say to me, "Those are really outdated and cannot run modern applications. Also, you're a horse deer."
Yes. They are outdated - kind of. I, and most users, have no need to run advanced photo imaging, or modern games. I can get a PC or Playstation for that. What I need to do is run some software in a business environment, including putty, Windows emulator, MS office, Youtube, Outlook Web Access (or some sort of slim Outlook), etc. My Nexus 4 can do all of that quite easily.
"But Stargoat, that still is not good enough for the home gamer, which is why most people buy home PCs."
Correct. But Microsoft's core business model is B2B. They seem licenses for PCs for Fortune 500 Companies. That's where their bread and butter is. And those companies, when they figure out they can eliminate buying hardware AND at the same time make their users' lives easier, are going to jump all over that bandwagon.
"Ah Ha, you did not think of security, Stargoat."
Yes, I did not. A PC is much stronger in this regard. It's large and difficult to take out of an office. However, laptops have this same problem, and it has been easily overcome. Smartphones can (and should) be encrypted. Even today, applications exist that apply GPO style forced permissions to smartphones. These will grow in ubiquitousness. I find I am unconcerned about security as it is an easily overcome problem.
"Stargoat, I need a large hard drive to store my files. And I need to be able to create DVDs and other stuff."
Servers can do this now. As can attached USB drives. This is not in any way something that is a detriment my phone dock concept. The phone dock could even contain a separate GPU to improve output.
"I see, Stargoat. You're right. I was posting before thinking. You're not a horse deer."
That's OK. Let's all do our best together and be friends.
They may be utter idiots and other pointless, but if it can sell, it's worthwhile. Maybe it really is the marketers we should be pandering to.
Microsoft cannot stop the exodus. And it is only going to speed up once smart phone docking stations become ubiquitous.
My smart phone has almost as much horsepower as my PC. There's no reason in the world why I should not be able to hook up my IBM Model M, a mouse, and a couple of large monitors to it for the purposes of media creation. Once this happens commonly, it's all over for Microsoft.
She's not a permanent resident. You must get your green card before becoming a US citizen. The stuff they told you in citizenship class about living in the US for five years before coming a US citizen was a lie.
For a sister or brother, the waiting period is about ten years.
But certainly, yes, marriage is the easy route. She's not an easy route kind of girl though. She wants to make her own way without relying on a man.
whoosh. A law-abiding student visa holder. Heh. You know what I meant.
Folks outside of major metropolitan areas make a little less. She wanted to live in a rural environment for her health and took a trade-off.
Heh. When she was in China, she was dying. Literally dying from the pollution / environment. About 82 pounds when she came over and losing weight every year. Came to the United States to a rural university, living as a grad student without two cents to rub together, and still put on weight.
Pulled herself up by her bootstraps. And now she's likely to get kicked out.
My sister-in-law has been living in the United States for the past six years. She has a pair of masters in Mathematics and Economics and after graduation 2 years ago a good job, making about 50k a year. Yet she stands a decent chance of deportation because she is now in a lotto for the H1B. Why exactly are we kicking out people with masters degrees and good jobs?
This is insanity. She had a good portion of her schooling supplemented by the US Government. She is now paying taxes and is a law-abiding citizen. So they kick her out. Insanity.
How about we start by giving every masters' degree candidate an H1B and go from there? Rather than the inane 20000 then 65000 pool that exists today. Utterly inane.
And here I thought it was because he was a shitty general bucking for political office who was rude to the sitting POTUS.
And that's why we have a constitutional republic.
Mathematicians stand on each other's shoulders. -- Gauss