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Using a new exploration approach, researchers found large quantities of helium within the Tanzanian East African Rift Valley.
Because it is about someone who uses computers?
What you [will] see in Tetris is the teeny tip of an iceberg that has intergalactic significance."
The game is actually a portal that is activated when blocks are placed in a specific complex configuration over, like, 1,000 levels. The world grandmaster Tetris champion unintentionally opens the portal during a competition and our lives are forever transformed.
Or something like that.
If it were, finding and reporting bugs is just part of being in the ecosystem. Apple are a for-profit business that seems to be ok with having users do their work for free.
A variation on Pascal's Wager?
Why use machines when humans can do the same job more flexibly and cheaper?
Consistency of results comes to mind.
Freezer is better. Put it next to your car keys.
Nothing new here.
And that's the point, right? It's nothing new yet some vendors with some very widely distributed software still have the vulnverability.
He might have a point or two if use of AB+ weren't voluntary. As it is, how is my choice to block his content censorship? I call it editing a data stream.
Maybe if AMD only made software, but I believe they're still considered a hardware company. CPUs and GPUs and stuff like that.
“One of our biggest economic disasters right now is our aging population. If we eliminate retirement, then it buys us a couple of decades to straighten out the economies of the world,” he said.
But if this could be done and is done without a plan in place to keep immortals from having babies, we'll have a much bigger economic, social, political, enviornmental or whatever disaster you can name on our hands.
The purpose of the system is to keep you from being robbed. Until burglars learn that a sticker like "security by X" is a joke, they'll move on to a house with no sticker. So there's probably still some value for now.
It seem like this would have been worked out years ago.
"355/113 -- Not the famous irrational number PI, but an incredible simulation!"