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After Berlusconi Attack, Italy Considers Web Censorship

Milican Pretty Arrogant (160 comments)

It's too bad, but people get attacked all the time. However, when a leader gets attacked then we need to shut down the Internet. Pretty arrogant and self-centered. I'm glad the Internet is pretty free, but it's only a matter of time until politicians invent an excuse to control it. I'm sure it will be for the children, or to stop some possible terrorist scenario. Then it'll creep out from there.

JOhn

more than 4 years ago
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Best Tool For Remembering Passwords?

Milican Re:SplashID (AES & Blowfish) on my Cellphone (1007 comments)

I second SplashID. I like how there are clients for PC, Mac, iPhone, and Palm OS. That keeps our family covered. KeePass is cool and I use it up at work, but not when I'm syncing apps with multiple devices.

JOhn

more than 4 years ago
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Obama To Reverse Bush Limits On Stem Cell Work

Milican Re:Why? (508 comments)

Exactly. The State of California had their own stem cell research going on during the federal funding ban.

It would be nice if I had a line item veto on my IRS 1040. That way I could go in and veto items that I found morally objectionable. It would nice if I didn't have to fund elements of a government that go against my beliefs. Oh well... they've got the guns.

JOhn

more than 5 years ago
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An Early Review of Roku's Netflix-Streaming Appliance

Milican Re:How About No? (113 comments)

Sounds like you need the "1 at-a-time plan" where you can rent up to two DVDs a month... for $5...

JOhn

more than 6 years ago

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Milican Milican writes  |  more than 9 years ago

I was recenlty on a Forward Declarations frenzy in C++, and I was having a little trouble. I recently bought a subscription to SuperNews so I could check comp.std.c++, comp.lang.c++.moderated, and other programming related newsgroups. That subscription definitely paid off because a few days later it helped point out why I was having some errors in my code. Here is an edited copy of the thread I found titled "Forward Declaration" (Subscription Required) in comp.std.c++:

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>1) class a_class; //forward declaration
> class another_class
> {
> a_class object;
> };

This is not legal. All members must be complete.

> 2) class a_class
> class another_class
> {
> a_class* object
> }

This is perfectly OK.

> 3) class a_class; //forward declaration
> class another_class : public a_class
> {
> };

Again, this is not legal. Base classes must also be complete. -Richard Smith

---------------------------------------

Big thanks to Richard!

JOhn

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Thermal Specifications for P4 and Athlon CPUs

Milican Milican writes  |  more than 11 years ago

All info lists maximum thermal power.

[AMD Athlon XP Processor Model 6]
1500+ (1333 MHz) 60.0 W
1600+ (1400 MHz) 62.8 W
1700+ (1467 MHz) 64.0 W
1800+ (1533 MHz) 66.0 W
1900+ (1600 MHz) 68.0 W
2000+ (1667 MHz) 70.0 W
2100+ (1733 MHz) 72.0 W

[AMD Athlon XP Processor Model 8]
1700+ (1467 MHz) 49.4 W
1800+ (1533 MHz) 51.0 W
1900+ (1600 MHz) 52.5 W
2000+ (1667 MHz) 60.3 W
2100+ (1733 MHz) 62.1 W
2200+ (1800 MHz) 67.9 W

[AMD Athlon XP Processor Model 10]
2500+ (1833 MHz) 68.3 W
2800+ (2083 MHz) 68.3 W (Same in datasheet)
3000+ (2167 MHz) 74.3 W

[Intel® Pentium® 4, 512KB L2 Cache, 0.13u, 2 GHz - 3.06 GHz, support for Hyper-Threading at 3.06 GHz Datasheet]
Processors with VID=1.500V
2.00 GHz 52.4 W
2.20 GHz 55.1 W
2.26 GHz 56.0 W
2.40 GHz 57.8 W
2.50 GHz 59.3 W
2.53 GHz 59.3 W

Processors with VID=1.525V
2.00 GHz 54.3 W
2.20 GHz 57.1 W
2.26 GHz 58.0 W
2.40 GHz 59.8 W
2.50 GHz 61.0 W
2.53 GHz 61.5 W
2.60 GHz 62.6 W
2.66 GHz 66.1 W
2.80 GHz 68.4 W

Processors with multiple VIDs
2.00 GHz 54.3 W
2.20 GHz 57.1 W
2.26 GHz 58.0 W
2.40 GHz 59.8 W
2.50 GHz 61.0 W
2.53 GHz 61.5 W
2.60 GHz 62.6 W
2.66 GHz 66.1 W
2.80 GHz 68.4 W
3.06 GHz 81.8 W

[Intel® Pentium® 4, 423-pin Package, 1.30, 1.40, 1.50, 1.60, 1.70, 1.80, 1.90 and 2 GHz Datasheet]
1.7V processors
1.30 GHz 48.9 W
1.40 GHz 51.8 W
1.50 GHz 54.7 W

1.75V processors
1.30 GHz 51.6 W
1.40 GHz 54.7 W
1.50 GHz 57.8 W
1.60 GHz 61.0 W
1.70 GHz 64.0 W
1.80 GHz 66.7 W
1.90 GHz 69.2 W
2.00 GHz 71.8 W

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