14 posts • joined 23 Aug 2011
In my experience, it would be a miracle if 10% of the workforce did any real work..
Carnage on the streets
How long before people stop paying attention to their surroundings and start to completely rely on this system?
I foresee a massive increase in accidents when this system reaches some critical mass, motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians, welcome to Carmageddon 2017!
Re: an accurate statement...
No, it is not dreadful to use ordinary programs. Having used a pro for several months i have found absolutely no problem at all running any windows program including development environments, office programs and a host of other more special programs needed in my daily work.
As for the price complaints, who cares? if you use it for work, the price is not important, if you only want it for laying in your sofa and surf the web, then by all means, by the cheapest android.
Good to see some improvements on the battery life, the only downside with the current pro version.
I simply love the pro, it has replaced my old development machine, runs SQL server and development studio, easy to lug around between conference rooms. Unlike my IPad it doesn't crash all the time when surfing web pages, excellent screen, basically it has replaced both the IPad and the laptop. Lack of apps?, who the fck cares, I have millions of windows programs to choose from.
Disclaimer, I may be mad, I also like the ribbon menu system, windows phone and thinks Linux is worth exactly what you pay for it....
WP8 works better than android.
Having used an Android phone I switched to a windows one, couldn't be happier, no restarts because it hangs, has all the apps I need (make phone calls,keep track of golf score, surf the internet) as an added bonus navigation works much better than on the android thingy. Has all the ones who bashes wp8 really tried it?
Still using the Omega seamaster my grandpa bought in 1962, manual. Doesn't need any upgrades, independent of electricity, doesn't report my position, buyinghabits or sexual preferences to the NSA and has all the functionality a watch needs i.e. shows the time.
We need more dumb devices and smarter people, not the other way around.
Why not use magnetic force and suspend the projectile in the air while it travels through the gun, or is that the way it works already?
Re: New artist takes modern art to a new level
It is art, a comment on the futility to get any work done in the post production era of industrialization.
It's not even easy to buy the f*cking MS Surface, it was released for sale in in Sweden a week ago, but is only sold through consumer electronic stores.
Trying to buy one through the companys usuall hw provider: No luck
3 out of 4 retailers can't give you an invoice. I.e. don't sell to businesses.
The fourth had no clue on when or what they can deliver.
MS only sells in batches of thirty to companies.
So after one week of trying to buy one I'm close to giving up.
I am not surprised that sales are low if this is the way it is sold in the rest of the world.
Why benig the gun on board ?
Seems stupid to smuggle a weapon on board
Why not bring a portable 3D printer with you?
1. Carry the printer openly past security
2. Print the gun, and a knife perhaps
3. Have the gun blow up in your face
4. Get shot by an air marshal
5.Paradise and virgins galore....(May vary by your mental imbalance)
Or rather, when intel starts streaming what you are doing in the sofa.... Amateur porn for the masses, by the masses.
In the western world, the TV watches you.
So lets find some iron asteroids and dump them into the ocean, climate change driving space exploration! At last all that green money coming to some good use.
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