Don't tell the POTUS...otherwise he'll adopt a new naming scheme for them, involving his name.
There isn't an asteroid big enough to bear his ego.
No, but it certainly highlights one of their possible uses.
Is this for a new unit or re-conditioned ?
Someday the Chinese John Glenn will say, “I guess the question I'm asked the most often is: 'When you were sitting in that capsule listening to the count-down, how did you feel?' Well, the answer to that one is easy. I felt exactly how you would feel if you were getting ready to launch and knew you were sitting on top of two million new and re-conditioned parts -- all built by the lowest bidder on a Chinese government contract out-sourced via Alibaba.”
That could be it. The whole idea of electric planes seems silly, hauling along that load of batteries with much lower energy density than fuel.....
It makes a lot of sense for a self-launching sailplane. The battery only needs enough energy to get the sailplane up to a sufficient altitude where it can catch thermals and remain aloft. The battery may weigh more than a small fuel supply, but you save weight on the electric motor vs. a more complex gasoline engine. It takes training, experience and ideal weather conditions to be able to operate a sailplane over long distances. So it's definitely not as simple to operate as a "flying car".
Maybe now it runs on a 386SX....
Wasn't it possible with some 386 SX chips to drill a tiny hole in the CPU, and make it into a DX? Or was that an urban myth, like drilling a headphone jack into your new iPhone?
Sure, bags are nothing new, but this one is made of paper....
and it's made from the pulp from an apple tree!!!
...When Emacs finishes loading... probably need to add more RAM in order to really test Emacs, I only have 8 GB.
You must be running EGACS (Eight Gigabytes And Continuously Swapping), not EMACS.
Yeah. Apple software NEVER had bugs when Steve Jobs was alive. iOS never had point releases before Tim took over.....They have teams for that. Just because a team isn't perfect, that doesn't mean they're worthless...
I think the original poster was talking about a culture that Steve Jobs fostered while he was at Apple. No body expects the CEO to be running quality, but he does set the priorities and has a very large influence on the culture (imho more often for the worse than better).
It will be out of a cannon and the parachute he gets isn't golden but mead of lead.
A Golden Parachute has a bit of Evel Knievel vibe. I'd go for that if he were wearing a white jump suit and a red, white, and blue cape and motorcycle helmet.
There are no games on this system.