News for Nerds for sure.
News for Nerds for sure.
Here's the scary question for that stat:
Assuming the number is accurate (for some values of accurate), do they not know what a commercial is because they have never seen one or because they cannot differentiate the commercial from the show they are watching?
Those bitcoin mining rigs eat a lot of juice.
If you want your voice heard, you should probably vote for the person who you align with best.
I think people should vote for the person who most closely fits their worldview who actually has a prayer of getting into office. Voting for a third party candidate who might get 2% of the vote is a waste of time. It just is. If it makes you feel good I won't quibble as long as you understand that it will accomplish nothing of value. If you actually want your voice heard then you should actually get involved in politics directly. There are far better ways to make yourself heard than through a protest vote for a fringe candidate.
Voting third party is only a waste of time when you constantly use short-term thinking. That's the problem here. Everyone is so obsessed with only considering the next four years that they never even try to think about the next 20 years. Voting for parties outside the two main parties is how they gain sufficient support to become viable in the long-term.
The two-party lock-in is pure rhetorical garbage. I can't in good conscience vote for a completely unqualified demagogue or someone who is the closest thing to a living embodiment of the establishment.
I'll agree that the two party thing is annoying but it definitely is not "rhetorical" in nature. It's an inevitable function of how our voting system is set up.
No, it's an inevitable function of a society that only believes it can vote for a potential winner in the immediate term. It is a function of large parts of our society succumbing to the false dichotomy.
Well, as long as we don't build robotic reloading systems, we'll have an upper limit on human population loss.
I'm already looking forward to a new set of Shakespeare's sonnets.
And I mean the crowd, not the admins.
For voicing all the thoughts that immediately jumped into my mind as soon as I saw this on the front page.
My next phone is just six months away.
How dare those evil gun makers not make their products more fragile, less likely to fire and more prone to failure! If only guns could be made as safe as a child's toy,
Then you may have done it wrong (or whatever example you followed was wrong). The default IDE (Eclipse with the ADK plugin) does not generate permissions into the manifest. They all go in manually. If your Hello, World required extra permissions then they were most likely added by accident or you are using some uncommon IDE/plugin.
They can't launch until they figure out who they will sue for patent infringement once they create the product.
Yes, I see the difference. One follows the headline pattern of print and electronic media that has been established for probably 50-100 years. The other has extra garbage words that do not change the meaning and take up more space.
There's nothing to support the idea that machine quality is linked to registration.
I believe the hike to $900 is their response to 'freeloaders' showing up just to get swag.
In a consumer society there are inevitably two kinds of slaves: the prisoners of addiction and the prisoners of envy.