KDE Releases Frameworks 5
GNOME 3 sure as fuck isn't getting any better
I'm not sure which version of GNOME you used, but beginning with GNOME 3.14, the experience has become very refined and much quicker partially based on its switch from X11 to Wayland
Russia Wants To Replace US Computer Chips With Local Processors
The Russian government has already helped to creat a fairly successful corporation that specializes in Sparc processors named ÐoeÐ¦ÐÐ, or Moscow Center for SPARC Technology
(wiki link in Russian here: http://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki...ÐoeÐ¦ÐÐ)
I don't see any reason they would have difficulty doing the same with ARM
HUGO Winning Author Daniel Keyes Has Died
I remember reading this book in 8th grade. In all honesty, this is the only book I remember reading middle school. This may have been the first book to physically effect an emotion in me, and I loved it. And now, I feel an emotion again, a feeling of sadness because the author has passed away. Daniel Keyes will truly be missed, may he Rest in Peace.
US Wants To Build 'Internet of Postal Things'
That make me go postal
Even In Digital Photography Age, High Schoolers Still Flock To the Darkroom
I find this really offensive. I love to use film because of the imperfection that's so natural, not the chemicals. Not all high schoolers are druggies
New Evidence For Oceans of Water Deep In the Earth
Oh, well if several hundred kilometers is just half a mile, I'm sure we'll have no difficulty reaching the mantle
Lose Sleep, Fail To Form Memory
Marcel Proust was obsessed with all of the tiniest memories possible, as well as sleep. I guess now there is an explanation for the correlation
Study Finds Porn Exposure Associated With Smaller Brain Region
Tiniest Linux COM Yet?
I was curious what sort of OSes could run on this thing beyond OpenWRT. Surprisingly, the minimum requirement for RAM is pretty large for OpenBSD, making it incompatible with this SOC, though I did find out that this fits within the system requirements of Plan9.
Foam-Spraying Quadcopter Becomes a Flying 3D Printer
Stanford Getting Rid of $18 Billion Endowment of Coal Stock
Funny, since they hold one of the worlds most succesful degree programs in petroleum/fossil fuel engineering, training the same people that will work for these coal companies. If they truly wanted to prevent any environmental damage, they would also begin to close their school of energy resources engineering.
Richard Stallman Answers Your Questions
I've also read many arguments for how software can be monetized by selling technical support for the non-technically literate people. IIRC, this is how many GNU/Linux companies earned their money
SEC Chair On HFT: 'The Markets Are Not Rigged'
In all honesty, I don't think that the HFT traders should be penalized for creating mathematical models to predict the market. When it comes to the bottom line, these are CS or Math PhDs who have the brains to figure out models for human nature , which blows my mind.
Heartbleed Turned Against Cyber Criminals
3 days after the news about Heartbleed is broken, my email account is hijacked and someone is sending my former teachers emails about Viagra. I have a hunch that this bug is the reason...
Mr. Schmidt Goes To Washington: A Look Inside Google's Lobbying Behemoth
The current environment in Washington has made it near impossible for large companies without lobbyists to survive without huge fines or product bans. Just take a look of the results when Apple sued Samsung for copyright infringement versus when Samsung sued Apple.
(I can't believe I wrote that...)
Richard Stallman would call puns on other people's names onomastication, since it incites the response of "Oh No!"
OpenSUSE 13.2 To Use Btrfs By Default
BTRFS inode limitations once cause my system to go completely bonkers. I lost a huge amount of data due to a "limitation of space" when in reality it was an inode limit.
Google Android Studio Vs. Eclipse: Which Fits Your Needs?
As soon as Google or some other company releases a platform for Android development similar to Netbeans, count me in. At this point, the process of getting Netbeans to work for Android development is just a complete hassle.
Alibaba Confirms Plans To Offer IPO In US
Alibaba does not have the same insurance as Amazon, though, which would mean that purchasing an item from here would be risky. Until they improve upon this issue, I do not see Alibaba overcoming Amazon
Forests Around Chernobyl Aren't Decaying Properly
Sure, let's put dead bodies into highly radioactive zones and not expect people to have a zombie scare.
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