XProtect and Processing
so Apple is killing my Processing? or is it? http://processing.org/
20 posts • joined 6 May 2009
Is that parroted marketing or measurement? 1% better or what? Under High-Speed I/O Performance Apple says 10 Gbps (but of course that's just theoretical), but if you scroll down you can see Apple's table for Promise Pegasus R6 Thunderbolt Performance, and notice that it omits eSata and ExpressCard/34 from comparison and instead chooses the lowly FireWire 800 [A].
MacWorld measured 2GB writes between 161.8 to 215.6 MB/s with a Pegasus R6 Thunderbolt under RAID 0 and between 160.1 to 210.5 MB/s under RAID 5. For 2GB reads, the figures were between 133.5 to 178.6 MB/s under RAID 0 and between 160.1 to 183.5 MB/s under RAID 5 [B].
What would a SATA "6 Gbps" ExpressCard do with a eSATA III drive? I don't know, but hopefully you get the point.
The future looks great though and it is a nice edition to hardware ecology.
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Quoting: "Not only this, but there are clear signs that Google has intentionally avoided standards-based Java for its own Dalvik interpretation in order to ensure that Android apps remain firmly entrenched on Android. Google has played the openness card, but perhaps isn't the Saint Stallman it sometimes portrays itself to be."
Incorrect. The Dalvík VM was chosen to avoid stack overhead of the JVM for tight memory situations, and no Java bytecode at the end means less legal headaches too, as it's Apache License version 2.0 -- see http://www.betaversion.org/~stefano/linotype/news/110/
If Saudi Arabia was close to dethroning Japan as the #2 economy in the world, insofar as nominal GDP, I'm sure we would hear more drumbeats. Just wait until the Yankees find out there's no more credit at "Mr. Liquor"... WOO-WOO!!
[Just in] US-UK special relationship is getting rocky, now that court papers are coming out. Yankee cafeterias will be serving Freedom Muffins soon.
Here's a clue from the other side of the pond from the DCI:
"The Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any significance in the major media." - William Colby, Director of Central Intelligence, 1973-1976, as quoted by Dave Mcgowan in Derailing Democracy.
Cut her some slack, she's obviously not the same since the emotional breakup with SIr Andy Gibb.
At least she isn't playing beer pong!
And if you're MySpace name is "Fat Dude", don't ever say "Shoot me! Shoot me! You guys ain't got the balls!" to some dude with a .40 caliber handgun.
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