Or perhaps you have completely missed the point and dont understand how debating works?
Which is a shame because there seems to be a valid point hidden in there.
As a non-American I'm not sure if you are joking or not
The answer is forever
and don't kid yourself, it's the same in most affluent western countries
unlawful enemy combatants
Sorry, as a non-American, what does that euphemism even mean? I only heard it a couple of time coming out of US media and it makes no sense.
Are there "lawful" enemy combatants and under who's law these ones unlawful?
And aren't they enemy combatants because a "coalition of forces" invaded their countries?
Not trolling, but is that just a euphemism to put an air of respectability around 'they are the bad guys so anything goes' ?
Sounds like pretty much none of them are competent then
Yet, the Oxford English Dictionary would quite clearly disagree with your statement and endorse it as a verb: http://www.oed.com/view/Entry/...
Not to mention it is in common use and hence is correct usage by definition
I'd be surprised if any half-competent business user didn't use it that way whether it is via flagged to-do items, storing them in a followup folder, archiving/deleting everything except open items or whatever
- If it is something you need to action and respond to, it stays in the to-do list until you action it.
- If it is a response with information from someone else, it stays in the to-do list until you have used the information.
- Otherwise, it gets filed (for reference information or ass-covering paper trails) or deleted.
On the other hand, personal users which are a big part of the Gmail user base would be quite different
I know MY work email is a to-do list, while my personal is like a never ending message log (a la phone SMS or IM apps)
Tactical Studies Rules aka TSR
SAIDI is clearly in MINUTES per year, not hours per year !
That is a really poor argument.
Australia is even more geographically diverse, equally as geographically large and yet manages to have never had a gun death at any high schools
In contrast, the US has close to 300 school deaths in the last 25 years
This is just patently incorrect
200 years ago the average age at first marriage was 28 and 26 for men/women respectively - and that is EXACTLTY where it is for the US population at the moment. The lowest average age was typically around 20-21yo in 1950/60s (depending on country).
Norm of 16yo is just wrong unless you want to head back to medieval times and prior - even then I doubt it.
whala? really? you said whala?
Voila perhaps ?????
About 25-50% higher according to most estimates. There aren't any optimised decoders to really compare real-world performance though.
Happy to be proven wrong, but I'd imagine fairly soon.
H.265 is a superset of H.264, so much of the same hardware could probably be used. As for complexity, it seems H.265 is around 25-50% more complex for DECODING so certainly not unreasonable for current mobile devices.
The current Samsung Galaxy S4 advertised both HEVC support and Full HD (1080p) playback - not sure if they are both together however.