Of course, they should just change the User-Agent to "Microsoft Edge" and the CPU consumption will drop to 1%.
Sure, Trump is an asshole
IMHO that's the least relevant part of his personality. What is worrisome is the scammer part. How many other presidents ran scams like Trump University?
I'm the most trustworthy bridge seller, you're safer buying a bridge from me. Believe me!
Can't deny that "calixit" has a nice ring to it!
The Constitution allows for the states to call a convention proposing an amendment, completely bypassing the Federal Congress.
Five states have already passed bills calling for the convention, 29 more states are needed:
Yes, but what about the nuclear?! And he's going to eliminate the Department of Environmental!
Update: I couldn't fix the shell extensions, so I gave up on Gnome (the alt+tab behavior was a deal-breaker) . I tried Cinnamon for the first time, and I was able to configure it just the way I need it. And Nemo has my beloved type-ahead, it is perfect! I guess I have to thank you, I was not planning on upgrading Gnome before your suggestion.
I wanted to upgrade my system* before I replied to you... I was using 3.18, now I've upgraded to 3.22: search still sucks. Before 3.6 it worked perfectly like I wanted, it emulated my terminal use case - I know there is a a folder named "stuff", so I type "cd s[tab][enter]" and there it, in less than half a second I'm there. With older nautilus I just typed "s[enter]" and there I was, same speed. But not anymore.
And I *did* report to the developers, like the hundreds of others who were sufficiently annoyed to voice their dissatisfaction. We were ignored. Now I rant on random websites, where people make a lot of assumptions about what others did or didn't.
* And now I'm back to fix all the gnome-shell extensions that stopped working, oh joy.
Please, do something if you can.
If only they could restore the type-ahead functionality they removed in 3.6, I would be satisfied. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubu...
Awesome post, thanks. What about digital emulations of the analog effects? I implemented some filters for my guitar when I studied signal processing, and it was so much fun, I wish I had more time to kid around with it.
We tried neural nets back then. Didn't work.
It seems it is you that are stuck in 1960, because connectionist techniques nowadays are nothing like that. And deep-learning has been breaking record after record, even achieving superhuman performance in some tasks. And deep-learning is just a smart math trick over the regular backprop algorithm, allowing more layers without degrading the error gradients. When the models that actually incorporate neuroscientific knowledge (current research) mature, expect even better performances.
And wtf, this "I tried once, I failed, I'll never try again" is surely a loser-talk.
Ah, that explains it... I haven't realized that was the origin of his statements, but I guess you're right. The irony in his "Oh so you know how the brain works?" is that I've actually been studying it for a long time, so yeah, I have a good idea about the generals.
But after the "Wow, when did you receive your Nobel?", it's easy to see how his brain works - it doesn't!
Your computer account is overdrawn. Please see Big Brother.