Re: Still waiting...
Haven't used one but I understand Samsung's Dex is pretty close?
2350 posts • joined 19 Jun 2009
When the SLS program began in 2010, Falcon 9 had flown once and the plans for Falcon Heavy weren't yet public.
SLS of course being little more than a continuation of parts of the Constellation program, which itself began in 2005. Between them, Constellation and SLS contained no new engine technologies, substantially re-using parts from the Shuttle, Delta and even Apollo programs. The annual cost of those programs isn't far off SpaceX's accumulated R&D expenditure.
The SLS launch tower cost about twice as much as the entire Falcon Heavy R&D program and was likely to be used only once. Now it might not even make it that far.
SLS seems to survive only because there are a lot of people in congress whose survival depends on the gravy train not stopping.
Bitcoin, like most kleptocurrencies, is entirely transparent as far as the funds associated with each public key. Presumably they needed access to the wallet file to confirm those public keys, at which point they could check how many dunning-krugerrands the wallet contained, but you only need to know the private key if you want to move the funds.
But we're supposed to believe that this guy went to India to help set up an orphanage (what an angel!) for an organisation that doesn't require donors to do anything beyond donate money, in a state that apparently has a reputation for its fake death certificate industry, then died of a manageable chronic disease and was immediately cremated? Okay then.
One of the reasons I bought it was that while not officially replaceable, battery replacement is fairly straightforward.
Which is fortunate. One day, when it was about four years old, the original battery began to fail and attempted to push the screen out the front of the thing.
Remember when Queensland Health contracted IBM to provide a payroll system for $6m and ended up paying $1.2bn for a smoking pile of slag?
We (well... so far Queensland) can fuck things up just as well as anyone else!
I'm confused about the article's distinction between overhead cranes used inside warehouses and factories, such as the one pictured in the article, which are operated by remote, and the "building site" (e.g. mobile or tower) cranes mentioned in the headline, which usually contain human operators.
I simply used an independent product comparison website, it really wasn't that onerous. You may also choose to use a trailing commission refund service to claw back the thousands of dollars the mortgage broker makes off you (or, if you don't use one, that the bank keeps for itself).
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