I'd have loved to see Chrome and Firefox popping up such notices in retaliation
I'd find sorting based on score much more useful than first-come-first-served. The score would have to be unlimited for it to work, or sorting score be somehow separated from the -1 to 5 scoring system.
Maybe supporting both sorting methods would make everybody happy.
"News for nerds, stuff that matters".
I consider myself a nerd, and this matters to me. I also infer that nerds in general would be interested in more than tech news, including a US border scandal happening abroad and involving the religion in the spotlight, but I may be wrong.
Maybe since that motto is no longer visible, it may well no longer be the guide for its content subjects. If that's the case, a newer guide doesn't seem to be visible anywhere else either, so assume "tech/geek" at your own risk.
Hope that helps.
From the NCA link, about interest in programming and spending all night online:
Many of these are just normal teenage behaviours and don't necessarily suggest a young person is at risk of getting involved in cyber crime. But if a young person is showing several of these signs, try and have a conversation with them about their online activities.
What exactly am I supposed to be shocked about?
To block you from doing distracting tasks while driving such as editing a playlist or browsing your contact list.
...Until Ethan Hunt needs to get something from it.
Ah right, so it's actually:
1/0 = ÃS'
0ÃS' = 1
As for the utility, if there are situations where a plot or solve 1/x for every x is necessary, I imagine there would be situations where it should be workable even if [.'. x] includes 0 without the algorithm being deemed broken because there's no "if x != 0 then 1/x else ???" in it.
I'd like to understand why we can't do the same trick we do with sqrt(-1) on (1/0) and call it "zeplex". Example:
1/0 = Ê' (some applicable symbol)
A zeplex number is composed of a real part and a zereal part: a + bÊ'
Ê'/Ê' = 1
0*Ê' = 0
And so on.
It can't be just the asymptotic nature, because it doesn't seem to hold complex from being a valid concept. I.e.: http://www.wolframalpha.com/in...
What about when the doctor himself prescribes the antibiotics for a cold or flu against the patient's own judgement, without doing any test for bacterial infection?
Found this procedure: http://www.kime.net/directcc/d...
You could link the oldest one to the less old through their COM ports.
It may require access to Win 3.11 install disks tho.
Next up: Why not just do this using batteries--never mind the cars?
Because they were bound to be plugged in to recharge anyway. That way they're doubling as batteries for the building.
An electrical heater is not a system, it's just part of one. The system itself would at least involve the energy source and the transporting medium, where the losses continue to hold true the fact that there's no 100% efficiency in any system. If there were, Entropy would have no meaning.
If you take the isolated case of the heater as being 100% efficient because in itself it's able to convert 100% of its input energy into wanted heat (which itself is discutable, since there may still be losses through electro-magnetic emissions, vibrations, etc. that would not be captured by the room and transformed into heat, even though all that would be as negligible as contesting gravity acceleration as not being 9.8m/s^2 in most cases), you'd just as well pick a heat pump which, with the same amount of input energy, "produces" 3 times more heat.
No amount of genius can overcome a preoccupation with detail.