11 is never a reasonable volume.
11 is never a reasonable volume.
The "good reason" being a security bug that no one could be bothered fixing so they just ripped out the whole implementation.
Never mind that it's an important part of the HTML5 specification and MathJax, while nice, is too slow for many situations and shouldn't be necessary on modern browsers at all.
MathML: Firefox wins!
Mostly on account of the other browsers not supporting it at all.
Attitudes like that are precisely the reason we are having this conversation now.
Let someone else deal with your data and just assume they're trustworthy.
There's lots of senseless finger-pointing going around. Anonymous doesn't get anything by shutting down Netflix (Americans aren't going to pressure the State Dept. over it to restore Julian's internet). So, who benefits by shutting down Twitter while Wikileaks is rolling out anti-Clinton hits and the Twitterverse is trying to work out what the leaks mean? North Korea? Only if they're doing it for the lulz. Or promises of favorable treatment under a Clinton administration.
And I don't have to buy them from Tesla â" there are plenty of other sellers out there.
Yeah, but if you have a Tesla roof, Powerwall, and Model 3, then it'll handle the credits for you among the reverse net metering, the panel, and your charge-ups at the SuperChargers.
If you put ten Teslets in at home yesterday, you can take ten Teslets out at the SuperCharger today.
Solar City, on its own, had to make up all of the finance costs from net-metering only. As part of Tesla, they can give you flexibility on how to handle the charges. If you consume way more than your production in your cars, and go past the finance costs for your roof, then they can charge that difference to your credit card. But before that, it's much more economically efficient to keep all the charges in-system.
If you have a non-integrated stack then you can do all the same things, but it's necessarily going to cost more because of transaction costs.
They should call it P-SYNC.
It's common now for a freshly installed Windows 7 system to spin for 36 hours before finding it first major set of updates.
Ridiculous, but true.
if you've migrated recently, might I recommend XFCE as a Desktop Environment? It's slightly less modern (based off GTK version 2 rather than 3) but much snappier. I found a ten year old laptop works much faster with Mint + XFCE than it ever did with XP.
How do you figure? How could Clinton get anything done with the House and Senate being controlled by the republicans?
Alternatively buy a second hand Leaf from an early adopter, for 1/5 the price the rich schmuck paid for it new.
In this economy, who seriously buys a car for its looks?
Appearance is waaaay down the list of considerations when buying a car, well below "will it BSOD and kill me?".
That's aesthetic appearance, by the way, not road visibility which is much higher.
Awww, are AppleTV sales too low for your shareholders liking?
Without copyright law, someone else could grab my novel and start printing/selling their own copies of it.
You should look into Creator Endorsed.
Only asshole people will buy from a rip-off publisher. But asshole people will also elect a government that will enact things like a DMCA, so they're going to screw society either way as long as they have the government stick to wield. Not having the government-enforced copyright also eliminates problems like this Samsung* one, so you get multiple benefits from that strategy. It's risk-management, not risk-avoidance.
* guess whose phones I won't be buying again in the future?
Copyright law needs a top to bottom reform. Period.
The people who own the government strongly disagree with you. Empirical evidence demonstrates that the only reform will be to make it worse.
With the current system in place.
Looks like my next car will be a Leaf.
I attribute my success to intelligence, guts, determination, honesty, ambition, and having enough money to buy people with those qualities.