Oh wait... Murikans? Lol no thanxbye!
43 posts • joined 2 Sep 2014
Good luck trying to brute force this;
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>If cars ran at a fairly constant duty and were not expected to have available huge bursts of power for acceleration, it would be possible to make them cheaper, cleaner and more reliable.
Yeah who needs 0-60 in less than 10 seconds? Hey why have engines at all? Why not just do what the Flintstones were doing and use our foot power?
From henceforth please use the term "Nutshacked" to describe the resulting situation of person(s)/organization(s) hacked by Chinese malware/govt etc. Please inform Oxford and other necessary parties.
Acceptable alternatives are "nutsacked" or "nenusa." The latter is a shortened version of "netnutsacked"
"Chetan Venkatesh: As a leader in this hyperconverged space, Atlantis is..."
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"That "clean slate" was actually an operating system first released in the 1980s, and containing large quantities of code from the late 1970s. Unix -> BSD -> Mach -> NeXTSTEP."
Of course it's well known than OS X is derived from Unix. The point is Apple had the opportunity to start afresh but their eventual solution contained vulnerabilities that could've and should've been anticipated in the year 2000. Instead we got a deluge of hollow boasting in their marketing material about how Macs "just work" and never get viruses etc.
I whole heartedly agree with Mr Cobb. After being a PC person for over 20+ years, I switched over to Mac 6 years ago and haven't looked back. In the last year, I had the fortune of working with some Windows phones & PCs for tradeshows (Ignite anyone?) and realized how ass backwards Metro was -- especially for mobile devices. I don't know what design principals and validation they applied, but it was bad compared to Apple and Android UX and eco-systems. I'll argue that even the faux-droid experience is superior to Windows.
Yes, Nokia has invested in the photography/imaging side, but they could apply the same expertise on the Android platform or better yet a combo Windows/Android play. From what I read here and elsewhere, the biggest costs in the mobile space has been marketing (ahead of development). It seems nonsensical to be the only brave souls to bet the farm on Windows phones. Yes, it worked out well that Microsoft bought the company. But what if they didn't. This would be a different story.
Here are my recommendations for Microsoft ..
1. Focus on the enterprise app space vs. whining about app vendors not continuing to support the platform (ex: Google maps).
2. For whiny consumers build compatibility for Android apps (it's an OSS core -- use that to your advantage like Amazon) -- I am sure you want work out some awesome licensing deal
3. Come up with good devices (645 XL is very decent was the 1020?) and subsidize the $#¡† out of it. You are Microsoft ! Spend some of that hard earned money wisely. Take the 6xx and put it at the 5xx price point.
4. Improve the UX. Hire better HCI folks and move them into the XBOX division away from the desktop/laptop/server/Windows10 team. Heck hire some HOLLYWOOD talent to design some good $#¡† (learn from the auto industry and I don't mean GM or pre-Fiat 90's Chrysler)
5. Build a community -- IT'S A DAMN SHAME no one can channel the Balmer & Jobs of old. Bribe cool game developers. Steal great talent. Borrow interesting concepts.
6. Build out more killer apps (Skype is very cool, but how does it compare to Facetime).
7. Did I say channel Balmer & Jobs!
I went on the Brunel walking (and boat) tour last year. As an American fan of the Brunels, it was a great tour. The guide was very informative and we got to learn a bit about the tunnel, bridges, and boats.
The museum has some fascinating artifacts, but given the importance of the Brunels, it is smaller than they deserve (but the location is very appropriate).
Graffiti is available as an app for Android, and it's my current input method for my Android phone (I reluctantly gave up my Palm Pre3).
I briefly tried the Google handwriting interface. I still haven't figured out how to get it to recognize a single quote (it recognizes double quotes).
It most certainly is not true of the Rothschilds. Eventually a certain level of wealth and power is accrued that makes it simply impossible for you to lose, outside of total societal collapse. For the family previously described this point was reached sometime before the end of the 19th century.
"So how do I manage to view them on my ipad?"
Because the mobile and desktop sites are different. On the desktop you're only ever offered the Flash option. Disable/uninstall it and you get a message telling you that it requires Flash to play their videos. Perhaps there's some browser hack, but I'm not aware of it.
“All of this gives us a model of how a human behaves,” says Shet. “It’s a whole bag of cues that make this hard to spoof for a bot.” He adds that Google also will use other variables that it is keeping secret—revealing them, he says, would help botmasters improve their software and undermine Google’s filters.
Like keeping such "secrets" ever worked for anyone. I call this broken.
So an online game that's also rather antisocial and pretty much soul less? Frontier was a much better game than what we have seen so far in the betas, and was offline.
I bet the "ocasional offline" happens to load those targeted advertisements they snuck in too with this mandatory DRM dressed up as "oh but look at aaaall those features!". Again Frontier was better, and there is nothing world wise that I can see that merits online only.
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