I fondly remember Gopher from 1993. Used it, loved it. Actually used it a *lot*.
Perhaps they will.
The 10 year chart is pretty damning though:
That's a lot of free money floating around.
> No evidence yet of an imminent recession
It does seem like the market will continue to inflate as long as the Fed continues to keep the interest rates at zero.
That certainly is tough on people on a fixed income or even just hoping for some return on a passbook savings account.
The speed bubble is ~35 mph, with a 30 minute timeout. That being said, I've been on flights with wifi, locked into the departing airport, and it's taken an hour or more to get out of the sandbox. Sucked transferring at DIA to BWI and driving home. Jitter really shouldn't play into it for more than a couple of minutes with close portals. Cell tower drift, on the other hand, while helping with Trekker, can screw you on a desk portal for a while (I've drifted 10s of km away sometimes).
Yeah, some people where I work really want to have PvP, but they don't play Ingress, so haven't seen the, um, drama associated with COMM, interactions, Intel maps, etc. I keep telling them that it's a Really Bad Idea, because even though they're adults and want to battle coworkers, there are so many bad, bad things that'll happen.
Yeah, Niantic may need to implement the speedlock/sandbox they have with Ingress, especially since several interactions require even more attention than "tap, hack". I can confidently hack portals in Ingress while driving (under 35 mph) with no fear of losing control. Needing to spin a pic at a Pokestop is slightly more involved. Needing to toss Pokeballs or battle at a gym is *way* too involved to do while driving...
Unlike Ingress, this is *not* a game I'd attempt while driving, at least capturing Pokemon or attacking gyms. Getting gear from the Pokestops is easy enough to do, but the rest requires way more concentration which isn't conducive to vehicular play...
Nope, I don't have a Pokemon Trainer account, logging in only through a Google account, and until about 19:30 or so EDT, I literally cannot login to the game without getting a server error.
So he demo'd SQL Server:
> Russinovich also showed off a preview of SQL Server on Linux
But, interesting, seems like the Linux version is missing some features.
But what do I know?
As to my absence I've been a bit overwhelmed by work stuff, sorry about that, it's no excuse
Nature always sides with the hidden flaw.