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Comment Re: Except it doesn't work properly (Score 1) 129

Of the popular languages used with real purpose perl python go java c# ruby php which ones used language research crap you are talking about.
Language research is for academic post doc useless stuff. Real languages that are developed by smart ppl solving real problem embraced by ppl whom buy the proposition
I don't count c and c++ cause they are pioneers

Comment Re: Dear Matthew (Score 1) 531

I read a while ago that the Australian worker's union is pushing for a minimum wage raise because "families can't afford to go on a holiday"
What counts in the cost of living seems the vary, in some places its food and housing in others it in includes buying the house and so on as the optionals become someone's essientials

Comment Additional information (Score 1) 189

I have additional information on the "story".
* the trouble appears to stem from Apple's effort to chart a new path for wireless headphones.
* In other wireless headphones, only one earpiece receives a signal from the phone ; it then transmits the signal to the other earpiece.
* Apple has said AirPod earpieces each receive independent signals from an iPhone, Mac or other Apple device.
* Apple must ensure that both earpieces receive audio at the same time to avoid distortion
* Apple also must resolve what happens when a user loses one of the earpieces or the battery dies
Also
* the trouble appears to stem from Apple's effort to chart a new path for wireless headphones.
* In other wireless headphones, only one earpiece receives a signal from the phone ; it then transmits the signal to the other earpiece.
* Apple has said AirPod earpieces each receive independent signals from an iPhone, Mac or other Apple device.
* Apple must ensure that both earpieces receive audio at the same time to avoid distortion
* Apple also must resolve what happens when a user loses one of the earpieces or the battery dies
Also
* the trouble appears to stem from Apple's effort to chart a new path for wireless headphones.
* In other wireless headphones, only one earpiece receives a signal from the phone ; it then transmits the signal to the other earpiece.
* Apple has said AirPod earpieces each receive independent signals from an iPhone, Mac or other Apple device.
* Apple must ensure that both earpieces receive audio at the same time to avoid distortion
* Apple also must resolve what happens when a user loses one of the earpieces or the battery dies

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