Toys use batteries. Tools plug into the wall.
Toys use batteries. Tools plug into the wall.
I _was_ going to say, "I can't imagine blocking such a product would increase RIM's market share. All this does is make people hate Blackberries even more."
But then I saw what it looks like. It's a freaking Blackberry keyboard rip off! At least take the time to design something a LITTLE new, guys.
I actually like the idea of a curved display. I don't fully understand the point of flexible - especially in this instance where it has to be forced so hard.
It's more of a research vessel with amenities for the pampered. I've been on Falkor (also mentioned in the article) which is their current SOI vessel. It's far nicer than a typical work boat, but certainly not up to the class and sophistication of the actual super and mega yachts I've been on. I never had an opportunity to visit Lone Ranger, but I imagine it's quite similar to Falkor with possibly nicer owner spaces.
I guess you could think of these ships more as SUVs than luxury autos, to belabor the car analogy. They can still be luxurious, but their purpose is more about "going anywhere" and being self sufficient. There is a building trend of "fleet" ships rather than solo ships as well. See Golden Fleet as an example. They have three ships and a plane. Golden Odyssey and Golden Osprey being the 'pleasure craft', and Golden Shadow being a support vessel that carries fuel, toys, machine shop, and the seaplane Golden Eye. It's likely that Lone Ranger could fill a similar role. But it would need to be renamed
A) Users aren't administrators. Don't give them administrative access.
2) No Internet Explorer. Ever. At all. For any reason.
If you want to go above and beyond install Microsoft Security Essentials, Chrome, and some remote management tool like LogMeIn so you can see what they see. You will also need to have an administrator account (I prefer to have my OWN account with administrative access, rather than use the "administrator" account).
If they would just ban the use of studded tires they wouldn't have to replace the roads every fucking year.
Yes, it pisses me of, in case you were wondering.
So who detected the remaining 85% in order to give us this statistic of 15% detection rate? And why isn't that being used instead?
I do IT on yachts and heard a story of a yacht that had cell repeaters on board. The installation company had the power cranked all the way to 11 and knocked an entire coastal town's cell service out while they were in port. Vodafone politely asked them to turn that shit off.
At a wireless training session with one of our vendors they said that the US navy aircraft carriers jam all radio transmissions when they enter port. That sounds like a bit of a frustration.
Ehh, you're just now figuring that out?
I think it's a safe bet that this article references the War of 1812 to glean a few search hits from people searching for actual information on the War of 1812.
Marketing tactics at work.
There are very few forms of technology that can't be removed without causing other significant detriment to the technology ecosystem.
However, the Segway could go away without making too much of a dent.
This reminds me of the PBS show Secret City, hosted by COMMANDER MARK!
I loved his pen murals.
Apple figured something out several years ago. There are more idiots in the world than intelligent people. And they're taking money away from those idiots at an alarming rate.
Sure, but Yahoo doesn't make hardware or consumable software. They provide services on platforms created by other people which are used by their customers. You have to know your customers' experience before you can improve it.
But there is no maximum speed limit, so driving fast is not a fault directing condition.
Lanes with different speeds would not mean a lot of changing speed. It would mean accelerating to your chosen lane and staying there. I suggested overlapping speed zones to offer drivers the ability to change lanes for passing slower cars without having to change speeds. It doesn't create inconsistency - it actually categorizes cars into lane of the driver's chosen speed - producing more consistency. This is actually how multi-lane roads are intended to be operated anyway. Slower cars near the outer lanes and faster cars near the inner lanes. It's just not enforced by any actual speeds.
In regions of the United States there signs that read "Slower cars keep right", or "Left lanes for passing only". There's just no enforced speeds for these purposes.
Machines certainly can solve problems, store information, correlate, and play games -- but not with pleasure. -- Leo Rosten