47 posts • joined 30 Apr 2010
Re: reducing energy consumption
That's a fine conclusion just as soon as you explain how the previously solved (cough) condition of sustainable growth for...you know, non-electric non-carbon-burning nuclear power products...is the tallboy can of protoculture of the future that runs into no mineral shortage. Carbon fiber clothes, kitchenware and whiteboards, very nice...
Re: The author is thinking like a colonial.
Yes, once we realize Libya is a completely together place from the point of view that they live and breathe browser SoCs and evangelism, and the character encoding of their communications becomes clear, the USA will have nothing to do but build humble desalination plants; also raising sorghum, hominy and cinnamon. Everyone will want to move to Libya's stylish non-filetree namespace for .mozilla/firefox/CrashReports/pending/ to have the absolute latest.
Also they have been publishing group photos of all those million-a-day founders; just wait for the associated 3D web printers, the tv shows about fighting API docs, the Limits To WebGL financial to-do...
Re: The author is thinking like a colonial.
Yes, once we realize Libya is a completely together place from the point of view that they live and breathe browser SoCs and evangelism, and the character encoding of their communications becomes clear, the USA will have nothing to do but build humble desalination plants; also raising sorghum, hominy and cinnamon. Everyone will want to move to Libya's stylish non-filetree namespace for .mozilla/firefox/CrashReports/pending/
Re: Biased? Brilliant dad moment.
This is a little marvel of time management. The kid knows about SoC systems and still bothered puttering about...and his dad stayed away from the cliche 'took his chance' fine also. Where are all the 'forget you, I bet Mom did all the test runthroughs!' 'Let him try the high-pressure MCP gauntlet in Expury!'
Re: Do Not Sit Too Close to the TV Set
Side-eyeing the Oculus Rift from a full meter will be the next skillset anyhow. For users of course, it will be a constant battle of eyegaze-S-Pen apps inducing autism and others lap-reading them back into office (car driving, etc.) relevance.
That was what it said at The National's guide to caustic UX, right?
Re: Yeah that's what Linux was missing!
M0ar 4m4t! This ash stick isn't formatted with zfs, shall we get a go on? [OpenGL fireworks] Yeah!
Did you want 90 50GB volumes with 7GB swap on this SSD and SATA3(HW, SATA 3-drive failsafe) set? Done, picked JFS like this...change away...twongle SElinux and backup settings, lather and rinse protocols, plant User Mode Linux here and there...console sparkles affirmingly.
Re: X marks the spot
Clearly an Airtight Garage reference. Otherwise hey, let's make a building in the mideast with lots of surface area, making openly stilted meeting bits in the core, group 5 who mine literally (on their break hours,) and freaking aircondition it, or just paint it white for temperature stability anyways, and then we can have an easybake oven for our new thermophile overlords. Who will...vote for us during the Zombie Radio4 reading of all 4 books of Capital plus 1Q84 or something.
Or: It is a stealth unit. That is the Starbucks they visit. Local colors. It looks like Bauhaus gone lurid but those are bedouin tents all the way down. Huge bsd and hgf fans fan the swag by hand.
Re: Hitch-hiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Gartner has been canny at making names for things that are real but not recognized. And El Reg finds many many neologisms to be proud of. Norks. Gosh. Do you never get a 'magic quadrant' investment jostle browsing about (your Script Arch browser extension starting to sneeze as you allow some Engadget script over Reg Hardware, say?) The thing is, C-level business sometimes very sensibly asks for their reports to answer questions like 'can I has designer VM flash market?' and 'So where are all the people I came for, then?' When people cannot afford the work and terms of Sterling, they hire Gartner.
Re: Organic? The Fey Monsanto (well, fey LCL.)
You did see the bit where, like muscle-building shakes, it's undrinkable unless chilled? Not that hurricane season doesn't have an office in late fall, methinks your next electric car might as well come with the molecular gastronomy (heatpump, sous vide baths, etc.) option.
Hershey Bars. No pub atmosphere at all. Twinkies. YMMV.
I hear the ones from the plant in Pennsylvania are better than OK owing condition, but it's not like there aren't lots of artisinal bars with 20-92% (tastes better than nibs by me) more than 4% cocoa solids. Gritty sounds like it's not a bar made of sugar and fat, and no flour that would make it shortbread, so...was this a thing of focus in the book?
Twinkies are very durable cakes for when a patisserie seems 700-7000km away, and though I would make plans to change this and that (oh ruin, fiber, flavinoid and ALA3; towards a cell signalling narcotic snack food for today) I did like them.
Wouldn't they do better to acquire and study Gone Girl? The words go together, I hear.
Re: Novel tactics and surprise @murph
That slog thing is a bit reflexive as a claim, Bumpy Cat, but if you said it became harder to amass 16-year-olds who agreed with prurient fascism; you know, keep whaling on that nail.
If you want to do a Mein-Kampf based outcomes assessment, that would be a great deal apropos; might be a great marketing antiwiki for the more profoundly hypocritical spammers. Might work up as a way to cheer up peeps who grabbed the edge of a PTSD in the service (for the light oh...I wasn't going there. I guess I'm critically okay.)
-Start with scarcity; glooorious scarcity, 20,000!!% (double exponential): Necessary condition for skunkworks CMM0
-identify and apply mass-production to fixing natural problem(cough)s; sunrise to move later in day when not so hot: TBD, reverse proton and electron roles; success rapportage from outlying universe promising, human scum making trade/conquest difficult; tsunderetsuris domination complete (now moving to CMM1...)
No, no, holding out for self-assembling. I am willing to spin a mani wheel at board meetings if it means that I am growing virtual daylight windows, signage, and garden gratings and making them available for licensing. No requirements for notification when my +5 waterproof fireproof methproof crystal palaces are ready are necessary.
Re: I wish... And yet definitely not buying puts.
Meh, somebody missed a ramp in 2011. You licences your tech, you books your fabs, you book and trade hold and excise fees, you ship your superoleophobic moth-eye dark themes, they pay you back for not having shipped leccy over bad lines to good places. Pretty soon you own a weird network of antediluvian car charging garages with fens and too many old supercapacitors; but it turns around. Or you could make skylight bits; all distinguishable from fap because reasonably good polycrystalline silicon isn't that much cheaper even with dyes in passivation to help the conversion rate.
Adapt or...mind the carbon and live on land.
That's excellent adapting more, and I feel that some carbon-based life is up to it, but side-effects of doing things right (reducing filth, farming (well...buying from a local vertical farm) in concert with a like for natural abundance and adaptability) permit society, and mean a human die-off less harsh; plus transhumanism suffers less salt damage. With luck, buildings that can weather 100 years well will remain possible. Efreet cities and orbital arcologies' workup would need workup cycles shortened from 9000 to 9 years out; no model rockets, 11th grade is for sentient foil air bearings and a Masters' Defence for replicating your department's level of work in half their volume of night sky.
Carbon from industrial sources is on par with...farming! For every ruiner tribe faking sewage treatment with pipes seaward, cooking alone and dieseling to work, there are farmers using land cleared in the last 50,000 years, hard put to emulate uncleared land productivity.
if climate change appears to be just mainly a multidecadal...
If it appears to be mainly a multidecadal natural fluctuation, but it empirically floods you into Atlantean Lore (for a few decades), you neither need to nor can (with or without title to your senseless rage) kill the IPCC and faction. In their polar forest soils improvement grotto and favela mines. By rooting their e-mail server.
This isn't good for FOIA, though.
Quiet as transcribed. Silence rendering engine still in quiet mode.
Some SunVentures wag said the Jablonski Bross' Yap rocks, too. Kindle Fire 2 indeed; the words of love, they will be rendered into LoveML. Show me on the doll where your phone heard the speech....
$149 for 1080p (so 60Hz) videoconferencing ain't bad. Well....
It's the 2.5-meter diameter warm-white ring light and gobos, plus peri lens, shotgun mics, and software to make corner shots look like structured spaces that made the product.
Logitech managed to make the universal-remote-wot-has-a-screen hover at $100-250 for a decade, but to credit their wits I hear it works great (and doesn't chime or drunk-dial.) They've definitely fallen under the rollers Samsung, ASUS, store brand et al have on market (counterexamples?) in timorous introductions of pool-cue, brainwave, nunchuk, and 6-DOF cue shuttle controllers. Given the scale of the company, the $300 box is a giant mistake in the manner that an Economist reader tossing $30 instead of $5 on lotto is. Obviously they did not lose (gain) a toehold on set-top-boxes in China.
They should, of course. As it is it looks like conferencing envy is split between Dick + Ribs Software Holdings Premium customers, and people with RED cameras and something Sony's demoing among comers whose studio and H.364 self-noise is under 7dB; so it's not like there isn't room in the $29.00-3900 gap, user-made content hype machines revving or not.
Well you didn't have to conclude with a preposition, but...that's not disclosure.
It's one 100GB image with a 100-child human centipede mosaic made out of pseudocolor ultrasounds, but it's horrible. They're wearing mosaic fancy dress hats. No doubt escalating desire anon. Breeders.
Anonymous seems to have hit an important enablement mechanism soundly, if not the symptoms.
Begging likeliness is poor sport! Deputise a peer of the defendant, authenticate a case of do-not-want childhood imagery, and call it at 5 counts. Means are important and people are still taught of the Spanish Inquisition, Rush Limbaugh and Non-Free EMEA or BRIC. Well, reportage is seeded yet, and defence, violence and revenge are all things we should adore, landed suitably. Take that, projections of oppression into whelps as soft-peddled in the first quarter of Pan's Labyrinth and later in the knife scenes!
Pitchfork dual-wielding dicks like...hey, different fetish there. I hope.
When I say that, the whole ice cream shop full of puppies and their adoptive (often single) families cracks up in gales of laughter. It feels odd, though...as if the rainbow-infused space is missing an eighth color.
Eyes of the Law thus filled of caeca, we stick chewed-up hope on the scale!
Internet =cleansed=; everyone refine online Feng Shui and buy Trevor Brown mousepads again.
Only two sides? As if Wiley Interscience sends brochures for their awesome new Effective Paedophilia Extinction Sublimation in Grayed Networks and Languages Series, and court holding's cafeteria makes the books sing? Maybe some SAGE and Pogue Press volumes on Patterns of 'Victimless' Crime Profit Centers are ready? Do Not Want In Argument for Junior Prosecutors?
Neverminding the PX-90 for abstraction in IT and risk, sensibilities (and underwriting) demand trying humans when at court; that's about five rounds of mediation and input sanitization before and after officials and custody should be hazarded. Architective is not what I should want in a detective, and yet surely this is the hand work involved and portending to say, favor Alice before the Red Queen (here I am thinking of the court, not extra-flagrante delicto.) There's room for a whole other Tor to keep us from having to roleplay erm, Umbrella Corporation, recreate emotionally moving first-person bad childhood experiences, mechanically pile-drive human potential into its most rotten caissons in process, and burr Alice's hide.
Report what? What chain of evidence are the authorities going to establish in a habeas corpus's beard's worth of vm and squid training at a host; a subpoena of the admin at the end of the purple fiber ribbon? Perhaps one (with a JD and provenance) rolls roboperps and rolling source mitigations (crowdsourcing unsuitable sea cucumber children pictures and their archive passwords never requiring a vuln to exist per se?)
>elsewhere, in even greater concealment
...just need to exclude the children, mostly. From then on gardening with GURPS (2.6) is all theirs.
More respect.(*,incr) over there in thread 30
Shouldn't you rather emulate success of successive simultaneous update pushes, yet distribute tablet activity across a diametric of admiration in a group so you get the benefit of diversity; additionally of course working to enforce privacy rights, profiles, personal information audit, mathematical literacy and sensibility of the IME, portability of user (and vendor) value, and free use of regexes? How about easy modal switching from shopping to browsing RCS (all kinds,) conference video editing, compatibility with your byakko workout, and craft sewing so you never run out of cargo pockets for all those Fire.
You bought *.pfb; would you be interested in #?.abf for -£32 12p and resale rights to PsyLocke v. My Li'l Pony?
If only there were some common source for helium! At night!
There's the Solar Wind, the Van Allen Belt feeder thing, and jolly French Reactor Companies. Even so, running the air stills takes a bit of to-do.
Perhaps you should get this team (and the suffering enthusiasts) a nice thermoelectric cooler to work around 70 Kelvin, or less likely encourage the homebrew substitution of nanotubes for copper?
Awesome editorship; NIF = Laser Company :: PRL = small press ?
Yeah, you got your Uniphase, your Raytheon, this thing I like to pop balloons with from eBay...lots of Helium-4 balloons around since we got a day care...small ones...but NIF are proud of our own lineup too. Our customers, users, are working on problems under 10^-33 cc, and we're proud that we have electromagnetic devices capable of safely bossing neutrons around in those spaces.
All right! You UK boffins get busy creating my self-contained PC power, HVAC and mulching unit so I can license/import something from the East and sort of balance out my trade imbalances.
Targets count matters?
Sorry? What size n-sided national security center near you has had zero physical vulnerabilities since 1996ish? (Hint: pick a center with a generous estimate of earth's diameter, and 1 undirected side.)
I have a Venn Dream: (Screenwriters) (Lay Science) ...with a small audience. Sort of small. Never tell them I said small.
If you believe the top paragraphs of committees, buy larger twee hats.
Sorry, is there a part of Nevada that doesn't glow in the darK? A landfill? Because usually dry conditions cause some glowing from static, and then there are some silicates and titania that glow from rehydrating at night...we're just talking about glows in dark, right?
I just need your Greek Sovereign to sign here to take care of the El Al and other state compliances. No, you are not expected to complete this task....
Well, your atom-sized postsingularity corpus just got less safe because of very, very small (scale) science, then? Numerical simulation considered non-harmful? Perhaps you know what parts of the test ban have expired, changed, etc. and prefer other operational test options? The ones where synthetic e-coli whose job it is to remedy Crohn's Disease have a final option to fire inflammatory cell signalling mechanisms into the abdominal fat pad or beyond? The Lymphoma one just doesn't have a fix to allow necessary coughing.
Encouraging Article; some thought going in! Film cred!
I'm warming up mah flamelazur (it's a sort of Alexander McQueen cut for men and distributed by Target Garden Goods) for the blanket chapter's liability handwaving, but this sort of work has just enough spark to run the 2012 Summer Olympics and maybe the US election.
All along, wasn't the MP4 format for 3D object-aware television broadcasts supposed to let us allocate props to the right individual ADRs, tweening artists, directors, voice actresses and digeridoo mix controllers? As such, are the design senses for BD player accessory remotes at least burgeoning?
Can't be helped.
zazenshintocoder is open. Also, unless people start pushing TB of uninteresting files to you, why stop programming (or cede to Amazon?)
Don't tell me you don't like being templated as a creator because of your beliefs?
OMG it's better than threading, it actually allocates 0 anything and -actively destroys- memory map complexity! It returns **#0(double), and has peaceful traditional graphic elements.
Rand Corporation, Ayn Rand, Paul Rand or Ingersoll-Rand?
Because fluid power is something I can er...do.
Giving and the art of being where your customers go to solve problems are pretty well advanced past the nonetheless decent diversity in Andrew Carnegie's^W^WHideyoshi Toyotomi's lifetime. Ayn Rand cracked some decent literary criticism out when, as illustrated, your logic had previously lived by its straw men rather than critical merit. Retconning aside, (behold the exuberant bowing of Colossus Berlusconi? ... Sarah Palin the Indemnified?) if you never hit a wrong note, you must have played well (you roll chaotic, you work possibly long odds. Then drums in a metal band. Roll lawful and you call ahead to ask what time a city's curfew starts before dining out.)
>large users of OSS PAY people to programme the code. Therefore they are hardly using it for free.
They are unless they throw down for a household licensing fee on top of the use fee.
Additionally, in a career rather than a trade, you take risks and are not assured of a payoff; buy, hold, encourage, repeat. Sometimes the board are split on your ideas and you go hold a bit. You can pretend to be a dirty stinky pirate hooker hippie if you need to abstain from the encouragements that discourage you. See also: _Dreams with Sharp Teeth_.
Dangerous and noncompliant Design falling in popularity
Shutdown's a label for a state of acknowledged brokeness; it can spin or not. I'll give you this; it's not for 8bit MCU, sampling torque three times a second to handle 400km/s microbursts.
Broken model; pure-play considered regulated out
...unless you have to pay CO2 emissions, natch. Though that Severn Barrage tidal bit is a nice example of not making book (cite it for us next time?)
Steam loop pause/resume; yes there is a diversion loop you git
Amazingly electricity has some grid events that are pretty fast, as if it were not an orgone-related system. Accordingly, it has some nifty generator, snubber and switchgear applicaitons if it ever had to meet compliance or profitability. Alternate steam loops that can be tapped in tens of seconds, dampers, even generator inlet and vane controls, sometimes ignition preheating and fuel bed controls so you don't have to idle the steam loop for windy days on end; or alter furnace or vane temperatures much, even if you don't have cogeneration customers to suck up heat or other loop products for manufacturing generation. Thank a lineperson if you really nerve out at being 'on the edge' of capacity...and maybe help nub out transmission losses with local fixup.
How completely unlike server farm demands!
Lucky for us you only turn on your tablet when you can completely utilize its computational faculties. See also: inductance, phase margins, market scheduling, water treatment/storage, negative power pricing subscribers.
Cost effective, awesome, menacing, picaresque, fungible, real; pick any 6.
I wish he'd cited the wind cost-benefit bits, not that carbon fiber is swimming in wins as a construction material over whatever was supposed to have replaced concrete (you know, absorbing CO2 into its carbonates at first, instead of releasing them.) It is not impossible to store some energy (typically in water works,) though his example is a fine win for industrial wool...sweaters. The relation to Greens as a party, burgeoning class or new weird odor is yet unclear.
It's stupid not to ask subsidy ever; we don't buy quad redundant heating provisions until we can switch to the built green and cheap one, we buy on the spot year (or 3 years.) Coal's seeing subsidies as a matter of course, offsetting proof-of-principle compliance, rural buildout, right-of-way, tariffs on heavy metals disposal, ash and coke steerage, mine allocation, distribution safety, railways, etc.
From the other side (concerning why not shale methane everywhere,) it's stupid not to build more awesome heath roofs instead of PV (which I regret is less use poleside of +-44 longitude) or not to use less power (power that nVIdia Tesla with compost fumes) rather than try to burn enough LNG that the earth gets/loses a more richly layered atmosphere. Maybe there's a tacit local carbon sequestration angle to shale claims that we hadn't seen developed...
Only; low quality food does cut you down.
So if you got that Cornish Pastry, the one with grotty palm oil will deforest the Pacific and take you a half-liter of flaxseed oil to dislodge from your hypothanatos. If you get one made with flax; how did they not spoil the food value and make something palatable? If it's ghee, texture, love and goodness in an ephemeral, pastrylike form, that's good then.
So, I'm looking at this playset, and it reads like the top line and marking out heavy societal failings in appropriate interventions.
18 hour days you poor poor man, let me find you a startup or governing body. You've a right to 20 hour days twice a week, making pilates keyboards when the original stock salts up!
Hobo, Euclid answer prior art call.
Eurohoboes, day in court, has.
Evidence? I wanted theory!
We just need them to print these journals on glass and send them 'round.
Och, tippled and moreover full-up on ground proteome; hand over Review Letters G so I can finish me lunch....
The excess goes to cool computers and make Native American Balsamic Vinegar?
Hopefully charges can be decided within 90 days...
Next time, clearly; order employees into -all- lobbies (restroom lobbies, etc.) wearing a wookie mask, carrying ceramic tea sets, while doing parkour.
More like a lens flare of the moon, from hypocritical regions of Earth.
Jon, are you trying to get the Mossad blamed for more stuff? L-7 moon clones?
It's going to look like Olmo, the Giant Robot Space Banana Mole; Culverton CA's bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics and Mascot.
It's not that it isn't high-security. Orbital Transfer by half-pipe ripping can't be released to the public yet.
Cloud CAD...yes. Rational Rose (UML) with load spec...yes.
It's been done (site-ready for the user count you like, too) all right; the app is of course given user privileges rather than a browser-cache and a cookie's chance at life, but Service is solidly in the delivery options. You don't even need Steam running first...oh, you should, but you don't need it any more than a blade farm just for tipping your models back up. Unless you don't look phone e-mail in the teeth past winging a 1GB attachment. Then you probably need a bladder server and a fresh teeth server.
The AutoLISP console looks freaking awesome on an iPad, but you'd better have crammed some RAM in there if you want much control over an all-systems walkthrough.
Of course we'll be thrilled to see what part of Veritas Suite or whatforth Red Hat is going to crowdsource and authenticate trainmasterwise for us.
Winter games and work amortization?
It sounds like they don't expect to optimize for a 7W desktop mode (or 1/2W, say.)
I guess I plan on a 200W card running other peoples' algorithms to amortize the card so I can play games (Dwarf Fortress being OpenGL-based) on it at some point?
http://www.nvidia.com/object/gpu_technology_conference.html has me watch keynotes to get the chart, whatever it is? http://www.maximumpc.com/files/u69/nvidia_roadmap.jpg Ah, not enough points to just put log^2 (GFlop64) up as an axis, but clearly where they are Moore's law isn't running into frequency loss, equipment complexity kerchunks, or other issues. Perhaps it will run on waste heat at some point....
They make it up in volume!
Key Card with 32GB SD flash free, we shall say!
Backs y' key workers up, too; discounting the full-resolution archive.
Darwin wrong on idiocy-enhanced domains? Meh.
At least we get some novelty in the bug ticket stream.
For modern medicine and lawyers' parts, perhaps they'll get diligence in there when they start offering lightning guns (in addition to tennis-ball feet) on walkers...put a good working finish on the gibs, I mean.
Red lines mean do it crazy.
Later, she'll fall back to just using ultralight human powered aircraft within Salt Lake City.
Clicking and flapping is the primitive multitasking of the 2010s.
Gotta see risks to evolve.
Israeli Laser Solution QED
A laser is hard pressed to pierce the night humidity (atmos. condensation, really) and dust of day for 2km. and dwell as aimed, long enough to get signal back to the scope. There isn't exactly a DragonBall Z monocle for sensing that threat. Or maybe shady BluDisk vendors float more IP now, in convenient digests. That said, wearing lampblack, having a rhino with reflectors, going around in lots of buffer smog and flashy coatings (bumper sticker 'My other car is your primary objective') has its own drawbacks. Staging laser gobos at the site has to be fine for both jamming and strategy. Light's fast, but if the same slop as sonar in a rainstorm's there, you have to reconsider unbolting the stock, going 2km with it, and picking a line that way. Plus la change, plus la meme MDK stage miroir chôse.
$5 laser detectors, if they magically worked, would give you a fine 3-second chance to teleport away. More, if the scope really choked so you were manually re-targeted. Or laugh at the 2 m/s the round might have at sighting distance. LAG!
Contrawise, you can arbitrate it out of rights of evidence. It is his personal computer; not so much the Annotated Alexander Pope. It is sometimes an honor to have one's HD replaced by federal investigation resulting in intellectual exchange; sometimes, Primur Noctis.
One bed, one entourage.
The Zen here is I expect in the service to housing people by facebook (Jamendo?) cliques, all of whom can stare into the fireplaces until they can see the nothingness beginning. Ostensibly Warren Ellis moving in would get a 5x5 room with smoothed, engraved walls and the Suicide Girls next door. Not so bad at that usage for all that hot water, is it not?
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