My kingdom for a mod point!
My kingdom for a mod point!
And there are waaaaaay to many buffalo for us to worry about hunting them. They just keep reproducing!
My IvyBridge gaming machine with a 680 still works fine. That's 5 years old. But a SkyLake machine with a 980 would be a big step up in performance, although excel would not feel any different.
I was running week long sims on Broadwell machines recently. Dropping it to a day would improve the quality of my life. In effect the sims I can run are bounded by the compute power available to me.
I really don't think you need a SkyLake machine in order to run The Sims. Pretty sure the last game came out in like 2013...
I agree 100% AC. My question to the American "patriots" is what happens when the ideal America you are patriotic about, is not the America you live in? When do you recognize that the name itself does not warrant patriotism, but rather the ideals for which it actively works?
Notice I didn't say the ideals it claims to stand for, because saying you are for freedom and democracy is very different from actually allowing people to be free and have a functioning system of democracy. It seems to me (as a non-American) that America has been slipping further and further away from what the patriots claim America represents.
You don't live in the post-war 50's with an American dream available to all. You live in a country where the dictators all follow their name with a trademark symbol, and aren't breaking laws because they get to buy them from your "democratically elected" government. I use quotations because it seems odd to have a system where you are stuck with 1 of 2 possiblities, both of whom seem to be picked by the parties themselves more than voting, based on super-PAC funding and donations from the corporations.
So again I ask: What are you patriotic towards, the America of today, or the ideal of America?
Technically it's classist.
Only if I want the whole movie. If I download the soundtrack only I'm perfectly OK...at least in Canada. Odd times we live in where we are allowed to "steal" music but not video. Oh well, it's the bed the music industry made, and now we get the benefit of sleeping in it.
If only someone could convince the T.V./movie industry to leave some loop holes open for us Canadians to get access to the one show we would like to watch without paying over $100 for a cable subscription we don't need or want.
OH WAIT! Maybe they could just make their shows available for a small fee on a per show basis? Oh wait, that makes too much sense.
Naturally. When you set off a bomb over Japan I'm sure it induced a TON of electrical current in their transmission lines.
Actually I bet current devices 2016 will still connect to the same wifi in 2038.
Remember wifi 802.11b came out in 1999 which makes it 17 years old.
2038 is only 22 years away. 801.11n and ac will still be around.
But...but...what standard will the hoverboard I've been promised run on?
Observing public spaces, even if from altitude, generally has been considered quite okay with the courts.
The problem is that 'public spaces' change based on altitude. What happens in my backyard is private...if you are on the street. My reasonable expectation of privacy extends to my backyard because I have a fence. If someone comes by and stands on a ladder to take pictures of me in my yard, they are invading my privacy. So yes, those planes are looking into many places that are not public spaces. Just ask Google, they got into a lot of trouble with their streetview cars because the cameras were mounted higher than eye level and were getting pictures into peoples yards.
Quick question...if the San Bernadino shooter had locked his own phone (by intentionally password failing 10 times) before he left, could anyone get into it?
I'm sure the company would be happy to do that if the FBI paid them to (which would be an additional fee).
Reminds me of an oldie but a goody from Red vs. Blue...
Starts at 5:10
He's on Beta.
Quick question...I don't know American Politics very well, but it seems to me that a move like this could just make Apple says something along the lines of "OK, we're leaving. All you Americans with your love of iPhones now can't have one because your government screwed us over. If you want us back, you'll have to vote Trump in and reverse the decision." Would that not scare the current establishment into some kind of concessions? From what I hear most Dems and about half the Republicans are terrified of anything that makes Trump stronger.
May I be the first to say...this story floats my boat.
If that doesn't work, how about: "Uber: Ride Shotgun"
Truth has always been found to promote the best interests of mankind... - Percy Bysshe Shelley