So it's a bit like being given the choice between Tory or Labour?
Funny, that sounds almost exactly like British democracy.
Ironically, being born into power can mean they are less corrupt than those who would seek it out.
Surely they just need to port systemd so it can run on the NT kernel?
I'm keenly awaiting their VBA backend for GNU Emacs Lisp, so it can finally take its rightful place inside Word!
No, they don't. That's just because you're a horrible human being.
Know how you can tell? It wasn't just boys who learnt by themselves, back in day.
You do realise scratch came out of squeak, right?
Presumably chakracore will already be there, whereas V8 won't. Size is important in IoT.
Grossly misleading articles seems to be Rud Merriam's speciality.
They should have used the excess heat to provide district heating to their neighbours - a lot become tolerable when you're cashing in.
The community can get fucked, nothing but a self-reinforcing pity party, inflicting mutual psychological self harm. The only benefit they provide is great cover, because of the stereotype of being awful, obvious, and dysfunctional. As for the umbrella: bunch of weekend warrior fetishists, lacking any conviction in their own identity, trying to steal validation from those who live it 24/7.
Thankfully, medical practitioners can take a slightly more nuanced view of things, and don't take things at face value. Even to my untrained eye, it doesn't take long to notice that it's more akin to an simulation of social behaviour, than a fluent exchange - as such, it has all the hallmarks of the autistic behaviour.
Where autistic men tend to latch onto trains, or other similar obsessions, many of the autistic women I've known have, at some point in their lives, become fixated on social interactions. The result is, with a lot of effort, they can be quite socially functional, albeit a little bit peculiar. This probably also skews the results of the test.
I weigh my ingredients, but I keep boiling until it goes the right consistency when dripped on an ice cube, or crinkles slightly when you push a finger through it after allowing a dribble to set briefly on a plate. After that, I just dump it in pre-sterilised jars to cool down, and pop the lids on while hot. They'll seal themselves as they cool, and if you've put enough sugar in, you shouldn't need to worry about them being contaminated by air/transfer, so there's no need for a full canning-style sterilisation. That's how we do it in the UK, anyway. I've never had a jar of home made jam go off - most of my ancient ones are lost to crystallisation, not mould.
Preserving sugar is large grain sugar suitable for making jams and jellies. The theory is the smaller surface area results in less froth and scum. Jamming sugar is that with pectin added. I've never needed to add pectin, though - I've just added some lemon juice if I have trouble getting it to set. Frequently, my problem is the opposite, and I've got lots of over thick jam in the cupboard.
Wasn't there something about a PASCAL programmer knowing the value of everything and the Wirth of nothing?