If you're going to kick people out for elaborate fantasies, are they going to ban anyone that calls that admin interface user friendly?
Great idea for frequent fliers; it's unlikely the airlines will keep up with the news and let even a refurb Note 7 on after the scare unless it's relabeled with an amended model number.
It's basically a baby-blue enclosed forklift with a pump system, a water trailer, and a shield on the front. So terrifying.
It's not the implementation that makes it terrifying, it's the use case.
There's a good chance that this machine's software/interfaces will have....inadequate security.
Nothing I can see in the article suggests that this machine contains any software, or any interfaces other than your standard steering wheel/brake/accelerator. What are you referring to?
key word you seem to have missed: moderation.
My gods, programmers have gotten lazy. What's next, extra CPU consumption for bold text? The system slowing down every time it beeps?
Or, we could at least allow for the possibility that the behavior was unintentional. If you've never written a program that inadvertently spins a core rather than correctly blocking while waiting for the next event in the event loop, then feel free to cast the first stone, but I imagine most programmers have made that mistake.
13 per cent CPU. For a blinking cursor. That's... impressive.
Yeah, but the blinking cursor looks so much more realistic when rendered at a full 60 frames per second. It really gives it that extra "pop".
You get five stars for being over-the-top judgmental and insulting -- apparently that's a requirement on the Internet -- but unless you have the time and money to see every movie, try every restaurant, etc, then you have to decide which ones to try and which to avoid based on something. What you're advocating is either making random decisions (which can be fun occasionally but also leads to wasting a lot of time and money suffering through crap), or making decisions based on other, less relevant criteria (such as which movie has the most competent advertising team, or which restaurant happens to be located in front of your eyeballs when your stomach rumbles).
If you want to make your decisions based on subconscious reasoning that you don't even understand yourself, go ahead, but don't blame others for trying to make an informed decision.
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