Switching Game Engines Halfway Through Development
uhm, with $500a day times 20-23 a month is about around $10-11.5k a month, well please point me to a company that has a salary like that for the level of work a gamedeveleoper does.... if it's half of that i think you might be glad...
Posting Soccer Goals On Vine Is Illegal, Say England's Premier League
If you video the goal yourself, then it certainly isn't a copyright issue..
How to Maintain Lab Safety While Making Viruses Deadlier
Any of these kinds of experiments/research should be done on spacestations (or maybe deepsea-stations) where it isn't a threath to populations and enviroments..
Scientists are crazy to even try these kinds of experiments..
AMD Prepares To Ship Gaming SSDs
And the news arrives just on the day my Intel 330 SSD at work died (which is the second SSD which gave me problems).. Even though I have a Samsung 840 EVO at home, I still am very hesitant on SSD's in regard to durability and reliability...
Google Spots Explicit Images of a Child In Man's Email, Tips Off Police
But then again, the americans are the biggest hypocrits in the world... oh my god, you can't show a nipple on tv, but as you pointed out, you can show a head being blown off..
Vint Cerf on Why Programmers Don't Join the ACM
What the hell is ACM and why would it benefit me to join them?
$299 Android Gaming Tablet Reviewed
It's nice it's a fast tablet, but IMHO it's just too damn small, it should be at least 10"...
Linus Torvalds: "GCC 4.9.0 Seems To Be Terminally Broken"
LOL, I also lost days when I upgraded Ubuntu, and all I thought I was doing was upDATing as it was presented as an update (at least in the way windows shows updates).. Then again when I tried to update ubuntu on a later stage, the same kind of crap happened again (now on a different part).. I have never had anything happen like that with windows (starting with Windows 3), so you can imagine how I feel about Linux... It's one amateuristic user unfriendly OS, but it's getting better with every release... Oh and people thinking Linux is more safe than the latest Windows, think again...........
Linus Torvalds: "GCC 4.9.0 Seems To Be Terminally Broken"
And you really think there aren't any bugs in the code he ships? think again..
Long-range Electric Car World Speed Record Broken By Australian Students
You call that a car? wake me up when they achieve that while driving a converted humvee...
Microsoft's CEO Says He Wants to Unify Windows
Well, if they mean with unifying, going to keep the current Windows which uses WinAPI, then ok, but if they mean going all WindowsRT, they will loose a lot of businesses...
Russian Government Edits Wikipedia On Flight MH17
Who cares if the russians supplied the missles to down the aircraft.. It's about who actually shot down the plane.. It's not like the US hasn't supplied "terrorists" (oh I mean rebels) with weaponry that killed A LOT of innocent people, it's not like other countries have supplied weapons to groups who used them..
And it all looks like a big tragic mistake as the plane was 'just' mistaken for a transportcarrier..
Obama Administration Says the World's Servers Are Ours
yeah, it's trivial.. As an european I can imagine something like that even though I'm quite opposed to it. But if the warant wouldn't be valid, all US companies would store their information abroad and nothing can be searched..
But I can imagine a way around this problem.. For instance, just let an irish person setup a blank corporation which 'owns' the serverpark and rents the servers back to Microsoft. This way the servers aren't owned by the US company and therefore cannot fall under the warrant..
Asteroid Mining Bill Introduced In Congress To Protect Private Property Rights
it's not like the united states has anything to say about astroids, space is not theirs...
Ode To Sound Blaster: Are Discrete Audio Cards Still Worth the Investment?
well at least nog to 99% of the people.. Most people can't hear the better sound anyway, they have 'crap' headphones (and no, those $200+ headphones don't make it any better).
For most people even the integrated soundcard itself really isn't the problem, but the speakers/receivers they use..
And soundquality is still in the eye of the beholder, some people like high pitched sounds better than low frequency or full bass.. it's all a personal taste..
Only real audiophiles will likely notice anything from a dedicated soundcard, but then again, there still is quite some difference between the integrated soundcards on motherboards..
The Lovelace Test Is Better Than the Turing Test At Detecting AI
the lovelace test is not a great test if a machine has to create something original, all by itself, as a lot of real humans can't even do that, so a lot of humans wouldn't even pass the lovelace test..
Court Allowed NSA To Spy On All But 4 Countries
that's funny, as that court doesn't have any jurisdiction over other countries....
NVIDIA Is Better For Closed-Source Linux GPU Drivers, AMD Wins For Open-Source
I don't care if they are closed source or open source, as long as they are good.. I'd rather have excellent closed source drivers than crappy open source drivers...
Theater Chain Bans Google Glass
It's something you should consider before deciding to only use google glasses (GG) as your primary glasses.. You know in advance that you are not allowed to wear the GG, so you should just have a second pair of regular glasses with you.. I even wonder how 3D glasses fit over the GG as they are much more protrusive as normal glasses..
Also you must be aware there are area's which also forbid GG like some bars and restaurants.. It's your own fault if you're a moron not to have a second pair of regular glasses at hand for cases like that..
Strange New World Discovered: The "Mega Earth"
And that's the problem with a lot of scientists, they can only think in what already has been theorized and can't look beyond that.. Just like they say 'laws of physics', there are no solid 'laws of physics' as those 'laws' have only been created by man who just doesn't know every little detail.. Ofcourse it's great to have some guidelines, but as I said, a lot of scientists can't see beyond those guidelines and see them as a definite border.. Well, if we all wouldn't see past those 'laws' then we would still believe the earth was flat...
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