training people to submit to authority in one more way.Kinda like Google. (couldn't resist)
"(not logged in) Google Overlords crawl-66-249-71-118.goog"
They are watching, no wonder foobar is so defensive.
good and will make your life easier. Don't fear them, if you are not doing anything wrong you have nothing to worry about. The government likes to use
A government/business that has enough power to control or give you everything, also has the power to take it all away.
Algol, by contrast, is a star.
I guess this puts the ball far into Apples teritory:
but I doubt they will learn from that about messing with patents..
Device for cooling infant's brain (they should cite Terry Pratchett here.)
Android Is Suddenly In A Lot Of Trouble
Look sir, droids!
looki....what's that? Oh. Uhhuh. I see,
Apparantly, these ARE the droids they're
Instead, I read a bunch of wishful thinking. Haters gonna hate, I guess.
Meanwhile the latest comScore data shows Android now capturing majority market share and growing faster than any other platform.
There's a certain group of people that simply want to hate whoever is on top. Right now that's Google. I would prefer to hate the company that is the most pathetic of smartphone OS suppliers: Microsoft. They still suck and they're still evil.
Apple ... meh. Decent platform but the closed ecosystem is a turnoff.
phone buy will almost certainly be an iphone
because I'm just sick of what appears to be
garbage collection delays in the UI. Not
only that, but it loves to run out of space
extremely quickly, even with large SD cards.
I had to correct 5 typos caused in large part
by UI unresponsiveness on this message (6
now) alone. (7 now)
yes, having an interpreter inbetween is just another source of errors.
but... you might be able to tune it better than native apps, which were the problem of windows phone up to their switch to their see-carpet interpreter with their latest release.
install wrong/badly coded app, battery declines faster than you can watch it.
the other alternative is the apple way; no background tasks.
"vm" is a native code compiling system, like
OS/400. It works great for batch operations,
but unlike OS/400, its threading model proves
utterly inappropriate for interactive
its a bytecode interpreter <fullstop>
it knows howto group or optimize several groups of unstructions at runtime, also known as jit.
however, it doesn't remember these optimizations and has to find them again on restart.
and no, dalvik bytecode isn't native. you need the dalvik interpreter to translate it into your system bytecode (strongarm for the most androids, but not all)
I have to remember that.
Those are commands issued to prevent you from performing a particular function, rather than to instruct you to perform a particular function. Or, at least, that's how I want to interpret the word.