Please mod this up to eleven?
Please mod this up to eleven?
Has Donald Trump started planning the wall to keep them away already?
because 48k is more than enough for anybody.
Ironic. The link to the article begins by complaining about my use of an ad blocker in my browser. So what was newsworthy about that article again? Shameless linking of online behaviour and personality profile? You wonder how they got all that data.
... from the U.N. building that they already have?
What a moron. Investigate this person, please?
Actually PUE as a metric for comparison favours longer established datacentres too, compared to potentially better designed more efficient ones that have just been built. So it's a bit of a "perverse" metric.
A room already filled up to capacity with IT equipment will score well on PUE because cooling, consumption etc will be balanced and close to it's design capacity, whereas a room that has just opened and has only begun to be filled up, will have power distribution and cooling equipment designed to deliver well in excess of what's being consumed, making it harder to get a good PUE score for year 1. Power and cooling equipment always has a design optimum and hardly ever scales linearly with what's being required of it. Compartimentalised (cold/warm aisle) data centre layouts make up for that a little bit, but make the data centre overall appear more expensive from a price per square foot / rackspace perspective.
Has anyone given a thought to the possibility that the Roman civilisation could get "so advanced" BECAUSE they had such violent entertainment, providing both an 'escape valve' / release mechanism for violent tendencies, as well as a demonstration of how bad things can get when violence is let loose rampant in society in general?
Think of American Football in comparison - fake / controlled violence of two teams head-butting a ball across a field for the sake of sport
(And if you hold the position that American Football isn't violent, then why do players need more body armour than any in other team sport in existence?)
The abhorrence for violence is a rather newly developed cultural trait in western 'civilised' society and the way that question is being framed is a judgemental way of projecting that cultural value onto the ancient Romans:
"how could such an advanced culture have staged such bloody spectacles?"
It's a rather emotional way of asking, unless taken literally, when the answer is "by using slaves and wild animals and staging violent scenes in a controlled environment such as a theatre" - duh
Bring back the QWERTY keyboard slider !! TYPE ALL THE THINGS !1!!
My first thought as well. How do I mod this one up? At least the PAL-V actually rides and flies, today!
There's obviously been a bit of kissing the Blarney stone involved in how this story came together.
Pat pat pat pat pat pat pat pat BLAST OFF!!
Just because my 2 year old in the back seat who can barely talk, participates by tapping & raising his little fists in the BLAST OFF!
You may want to have a look at New Scientist magazine's digital futurology spin-off "ARC". They aim to publish 4 a year (2.1 was just released, 2013 saw 4 releases) and it's all about trying to look forward into the future. Short stories, SF restrospectives and non-fictional introspectives, all in a neat little bundle.
In Sovjet Russia, drone IS the package!
Interesting retirement plan. By the time he needs it, he'll be as close to godhood with the islanders (no, I'm not underestimating their intelligence or thinking of them as primitive natives here), as is mortally possible
Everything that can be invented has been invented. -- Charles Duell, Director of U.S. Patent Office, 1899