Press the stop button and by the time the circuits have reacted, you're a few thousand light years beyond your target and have to turn around and go back.
My PRS-650 was one of the few Sony products I've ever used that didn't suck.
Then again, I never installed the software that came with it -- only calibre.
I remember it by its full form: Smashing Pumpkins Into Small Piles Of Putrid Debris
What does 22GW look like?
About 18.2 De Loreans.
but lense flares add atmosphere!
In Soviet astrophotography, atmosphere adds lens flare!
I believe the BBB cpu is 64bit
The processor in the BBB has a Cortex-A8 core. It's nicer than the processor in the RasPi in just about every way, but still only 32-bit.
I installed SlackwareARM on my BBB; I don't really think 'port' is the right word to use, as all I really did was compile a kernel. And even then, I could have copied one from another distro...
Well, it'd be a strange game if the only winning move is not to play.
Presumably the same one that designed the air shield for planet Druidia.
I can watch The Simpsons from 30 blocks away!
I watched all three films over the weekend. I even quoted Marty from the first film (admittedly a lesser-known line than the one in the subject) on Slashdot, but no one noticed
What the hell is a jiggawatt?
I've got no time for blinking lights either. I'm too busy doing grown-up stuff like sequencing LEDs with an Arduino.
"The fundamental principle of science, the definition almost, is this: the sole test of the validity of any idea is experiment." -- Richard P. Feynman