Isn't an apple park usually called an orchard?
Isn't an apple park usually called an orchard?
this is why I got a Pine A64+... cheapest thing with 2GB RAM. It makes a pretty snazzy Linux server. I don't actually care about the anemic GPU. I'm not even using the video output.
Eric Schmidt is on the one about the new 386 saying how Sun is going to switch to that architecture while showing off News
They tried! But they sucked at making PCs.
For some reason, a lot of uSD cards have poor random read performance. For those of us trying to use them as a root volume for a tiny computer, this is extremely relevant.
They have a much improved version on Hackaday right now.
I'm having trouble finding it... My car doesn't even use CAN, it's K-Line, but I'm still interested.
My understanding is that once the James Webb telescope is able to start analyzing the system, they may very well be able to get some atmospheric data. If we see a significant atmosphere, water vapor and oxygen, then I'd say you've come pretty damn close to confirming life.
I don't mean to be braggadocios, but this is going to be the Yugest interstellar empire ever!
No they cannot. They don't read CANBUS. They just talk OBD-II. CANBUS is a very different protocol.
OBD-II is not a protocol. It is a connection standard. It implies one of several electrical connection standards, to go with several different protocols. One of the protocols used on OBD-II is CAN, and one chip which supports CAN is ELM327. The ELM327 supports both SAE J2411 (slow, single wire) and ISO 15765-4 (mandatory in all vehicles in the USA since 2008.)
Is your complaint that ELM327 doesn't speak some other protocol commonly being used between modules? That would be unfortunate.
I had a Panasonic KXP1185, IIRC. Something like that. It would emulate Epson or IBM Proprinter II, and it had very high quality for a dot matrix printer. I used it on my Amiga 500 and handed in many a school paper printed with it. Eventually it died the death of a thousand dogs amen and I binned it.
One thing we know for certain about at least some of the Galilean moons that due to the gravitational craziness of Jupiter and the big moons, these bodies are pretty damned dynamic. Io is probably the most geologically active body in the solar system, and while Europa's icy crust is fairly dull, a liquid ocean underneath suggests that it is very geologically active as well. I wonder with planets being that much closer to the star, and that much closer to each other, that the relatively low energy output of their star would be made up for by similar gravitational interplay, and being that much closer even though the star is very dim, there's still a lot of energy available. I don't think there's any kind of real proof forthcoming, but there seems a general view in scientific circles that where you have liquid water, organic material and energy, life may be an inevitability.
Wow, rereading it, talking about clunky. Logically and grammatically correct, to be sure, but Jesus Christ, how did I ever manage to weave that set of words together. Ouch!
I can certainly understand why he is a pretty vile human being, but that doesn't going any distance towards defending him.
My honest view is that he has no sincerely held views. I think he just says things to piss people off, and has gathered together a following of young white men in their late teens and early twenties who think that it's really cool to be a repugnant bigot. I don't think that has anything to do with whether Milo was the victim of abuse as a child, and everything to do with the fact that he's an entertainer who has a following to immature and stupid to realize that he's playing them for laughs and giggles.
But even the further end of the conservative spectrum, while certainly happy to openly despise women and minorities, still have pedophilia as possibly their only remaining red line.
Because being a pedophilia defender is the surest way to fame and fortune...
I love how Milo's fanbois still desperately cling to the idea that he's going to make his way out of this one, even as he becomes too toxic for even Breitbart.
I'm glad you've recovered so quickly from Milo's downfall.
I remember playing a SciFi tabletop roleplaying game years ago that had a world generation system, and that one suggested that a tidally-locked world could have a "habitable zone" along the terminator, where temperatures were relatively moderate. I don't know how reasonable that is, since I would imagine that having half the planet's atmosphere at one temperature extreme and the other half at another could lead to some pretty extraordinary heat exchange, in the form of pretty brutal storms.