If so, I'm in.
If so, I'm in.
I just computed pi to 10 trillion and 1 digits!
And here I thought apps already had a way to share data.
It seems that Battlestar Galactica's authors have been right all along.
If it is light years away, when should we expect it to arrive? Is it coming at a speed close to that of light in a vacuum?
What do you mean it's fairly dry? Sorts are awesome!
Respect the sorting algorithms!
You can have them replaced by Apple.
I'm not defending — or criticizing — non-user replaceable batteries, just stating that calling them time bombs is a bit of an exaggeration.
The problem is that talking about Apple and Google gets attention.
An example of this is the fact that most of the posts here talk about them and not about the article which concerns the difference between startups and established companies. What is sad is that I have just done the same by replying.
Your link also indicates that Portugal's public debt is 75.2% of the GDP (getting this number from the CIA fact book and the other one from The Economist).
The United States' public debt is 88% of the GDP without the huge investment in renewable sources of energy. What's their excuse?
I'm not saying Portugal's economy is better than that of the United States — it isn't. I'm just pointing out that public debt as a percentage of the GDP is not the best way to assess the health of an economy or if an investment in cleaner energy is a good idea.
Next time try to at least read the post to which you are replying with a modicum of attention.
I can't tell if you're joking.
Just in case you aren't:
10 mpg -> 0.1 gallon/mile
20 mpg -> 0.05 gallon/mile
0.05 gallons not spent in each mille
33 mpg -> 0.03 gallon/mile
50 mpg -> 0.02 gallon/mile
0.01 gallons not spent in each mile
(...) Can they not see the global trend toward free and open? (...)
Really? You see a global trend toward free and open? As soon as I get enough money to buy my own starship, I'm going to call you up and ask for the coordinates to your planet.
The absence of labels [in ECL] is probably a good thing. -- T. Cheatham