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It's a reference to a Star Trek episode.
Oblig. Google Translate vs La Bamba
For those that still haven't seen it.
Best of luck on your new project!
Any interest in a data federation protocol? Would be really neat to have a Usenet-like distributed network with slash-style comments. Perhaps reunite some of the branching of the slash community that occurred after the beta fiasco.
There is no number 3 after TMSC that could swallow the production that would need to be shifted from Samsung if Apple wanted to cut the cord.
Don't forget to nix the built-in "Pocket" addon.
Recent Anandtech review link about Nvidia NVS 810.
I can't stand the lack of scroll bar on the webpage. They covered the normal scrollbar area with avatar circles and made it impossible to actually click on the scroll bar to scroll. Hope you have a scroll wheel on your mouse!
There are plenty of note taking applications available and most of them are not tied to Windows.
Pretty sure Windows comes with a simple DNS server service since the NT days. You may need to check an additional option to turn on the feature, or it may be hidden somewhere under the IIS settings.
Unless they removed it. I admit, I haven't touched Windows for anything server related in years.
Try using it. It's an alias to another function that requires an optional library that
... doesn't implement the function.
What? HTTP redirects with the header() function have been simple and consistent the entire lifetime of the language. The function is not an alias and does not require an optional library as you claim. I especially like that it exposes the underlying HTTP headers of the protocol instead of wrapping the redirect into some type of hidden Response.Redirect() type function. This "lower level" makes understanding and debugging redirect problems much more obvious.
In the "server closet" in my house, I used a built-in 16" fan for circulation. The fan was a re-purposed low voltage fan solar attic fan that I selected because of its low noise and power efficiency (less than 5 watts.)
However, for the last 10 years, computer manufacturers have been on an efficiency binge. Although the servers and equipment in the closet used to consume many hundreds of watts and produce a lot of heat, they now do the same tasks with very little waste heat and power requirements.
Or in other words, don't bother with the fan. I don't even turn mine on anymore.
When you are working hard, get up and retch every so often.