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  • Draiko

    Draiko

    March 11, 2015, 5:19 am

    For a company that beat everyone over the head with "Our stuff just works, your stuff sucks" commercials and who's userbase is a collective of smug assholes, yes... it is un-fucking-believable.

    Hospitals don't put out ads like "Our humans don't get viruses.".

    By your percentage stipulation, if Apple had Microsoft's market share, they'd be doing worse than Microsoft is... As it stands right now, Apple's iPhone market share isn't close to being equal to Microsoft's computer market share and Apple still is having a rather large amount of issues... with ONE SINGLE hardware device running a closed software platform. They can't even get THAT to run smoothly.

    I also don't understand how usability ratings can be so high for a phone that performs so poorly... the AVERAGE call drop rate for the iPhone in New York City is 30%. The battery life is total crap, especially after the 3.1 update AND you can't replace the battery or get an extended battery that isn't built into some over-priced half-assed cover-nothing case. There are roughly 50 good apps and games for it compared to 74,950 crappy money-sucking crApps. The phone plans are the most expensive in the US.

    Either those numbers are magic or people are really stupid... thinking they're happy about paying top-dollar for a phone that can't make phone calls 1/3 of the time.

    Then again, I am talking about the same people who's majority voted GW Bush to a second term. Sorry Magic numbers, maybe next time.

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  • Reddithetic

    Reddithetic

    March 10, 2015, 8:42 pm

    You make a boot usb stick or otherwise skip the sata drivers issue.

    Basically what you are admitting is that you don't have the skills for the task at hand.

    Now you have to admit to your ego that you risk damaging your PC permanently through your ineptitude, and it's either time to hit the books hard or pay someone that knows what they are doing.

    I'm pretty sure your ego will laugh and say.. ah there's no risk.. let's do it.

    I get the feeling if use the IDE cable for your cd drive, all will be good for install.

    I also get the feeling you will bend the pins on your motherboard trying to do that simple task.

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  • NotKumar

    NotKumar

    March 11, 2015, 8:20 am

    Calm it down a little, chief. Maybe you should watch the Stewart commentary to see where we're coming from. First of all, not everyone here's a programmer. Second of all, telling people to stay confined to their industries is like telling everyone to stay out of the healthcare debate. We're all just a little curious about what's going on in the world in general and maybe some of our definitions are shot. Thanks for the clarification. Sorry, most of my finance friends don't get a lot of free time to talk so my worldview of your industry is limited.

    Get some sleep, hotshot.

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  • wauter

    wauter

    March 11, 2015, 12:48 am

    Right, but what you can't have is 2 points with the same image under the function, because the reverse would have one point having TWO images when the function is applied. And the very definition of a function is 'each point leads to maximum ONE point.'

    The 'maximum' is why ONE-to-ONE is not required for the original function: you can have points in your second domain (the one reached by the first function) that are not reached by any points in domain number one - the reverse will simply have x'es that don't have an f(x), which is allowed for a function.

    Note: I just checked, and wikipedia defines function as each point having EXACTLY rather than max. one point in the codomain, so either Wikipedia or me have it wrong, I am guessing the latter :-( On the other hand, the homeomorphism does mention being one-to-one as explicit requirement, supporting my explanation. I guess the subtlety lies in whether or not you accept a function being defined only in its domain or also outside of it (which are the x'es that have an f(x).

    Did I make any sense? (not sure) I actually only remember my 'function' definition from first year of high school (when I was 13) and nobody ever bothered to strictly define it again for me, so my memory may be blurry here. (for those interested, we then learned that 'bijection' is a bit higher up in the hierarchy, demanding exactly rather than maximum one image for each x)

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  • wmtrader

    wmtrader

    March 11, 2015, 4:23 am

    **My Jerry Garcia story:**

    When I was 5 years-old my mother stopped at her friend’s house where the Tower of Power, the Grateful Dead, and Santana were there recovering from the previous night's party.

    My sister, who was 9 years-old at the time, knew who they were and had a look of excitement on her face but I was only 5 and did not know or care.

    After seeing my sister's look of excitement I decided to kick the fat guy laying on a bean bag who then said "someone better get this kid out of here before I kick his ass", that fat man was Jerry Garcia.

    **My Tom Hanks story:**

    I was working at a restaurant in Sacramento California in the 80’s and I worked along side Tom Hanks brother Jimmy Hanks. Tom came in a few times to have lunch and dinner when I was working there with his family that live in Sacramento. Tom was just another guy eating lunch/dinner and seemed like a regular guy. Tom Hanks older sister came into the restaurant’s Bar often and was a complete bitch but his brother was a nice guy.

    **My Patton Oswald, Gene Garofalo, and Ben Stiller story….not to sure if it was Ben:**

    I worked in a Hungry Hunter restaurant in Milpitas California during the early 90’s and this table of three came in for dinner.

    All went well but as I dropped off their dinners I noticed something was up with the two women at the table, like they had a secret, and as I placed a plate of food in front of a petite woman in her twenties she yelled out “No” and the other woman (Gene) laughed, the man who I think was Ben didn’t join in.

    The woman who laughed (Gene) commented on how I did not respond to her friend's yelling NO and I stated that my sister works in the theater and I am familiar with the “actor personality” and that I knew something was up, so Gene immediately mocked me for saying that.

    The Hispanic family at the next table made a comment about what A-Holes Gene and her friend were which made Gene mad and Ben (or who I think was Ben) embarrassed.

    A few days latter Patton and Gene came back in for dinner but they did not sit in my section. As I walked past their table Gene commented on her experience with me during her last visit and Patton chided her and her friend’s behavior, apparently Patton didn’t care for Gene’s friend.

    A few years latter I started to see Gene on TV and I immediately recognized Gene from my wonderful experience waiting on her, I’m still not positive if it was Ben Stiller at the table with her but if it was I'd say he is an OK guy.

    Patton got into a conversation with the waitress who waited on them and this waitress stated that I was a nerd whereupon Patton said “oh a nerd…well then we should ask him to hang out with us” so I’d say Patton is a cool guy.

    **My Steve Wozniak story:**

    I was taking a few classes at West Valley College in Saratoga California during the early 90’s and while in the cafeteria I noticed at short skinny man with a beard making himself a salad. I immediately recognized him as Steve Wozniak and I watched him thinking “I wonder if he can get me a job at Apple” but then I realized I was making him uncomfortable and I decide to not be a dork and leave him alone, I never did see him on campus again.

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  • dbzer0

    dbzer0

    March 10, 2015, 11:39 pm

    >You have made many such errors. That you don't know them points to your inability to recognize them.

    That is a wonderfully universal accusation that one can say to anyone in the world. Here, let me have a go

    You have made many errors. That you don't know them points to your inability to recognize them.

    >t is not important to achieve the opposite of what we have now, I said that as a figure of speech. Clearly there are good things about what we have right now, and we wish to maximize them.

    You can't maximize anything in the current state of affairs without making a total tranformation of the system. You're now probably going to propose that we try to reduce the state "somehow" and that if the state managed to become very small as to only protect private property everything would be dandy, which is nonsense on its face.

    >As I have said many times, the only thing that is even remotely feasible to accomplish is the dismantling of all violent systems of control.

    *How* is that remotely feasible without dismantling the state and capitalism? That is what you need to explain. The Anarchists recognise that you can't remove one without the other as if either stays, it will simply prop up the other.

    You're dreaming of us suddenly popping up in a "free world" somehow overnight and then different socioeconomic systems duking it out to see which one is more efficient but this is unrealistic thinking. The way we achieve a free world is going to define what kind of socioeconomic system will follow.

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  • Vijchti

    Vijchti

    March 11, 2015, 7:51 am

    My roommates used to grow and sell weed out of our home. They were the kind of kids who thought they were big time big ballin' tough ass yet cool gangstas -- and they might've been if they'd had a working brain between them. Drug sales brought all kinds of people over to the house who would buy, hang out, and ride home red-eyed and hungry. They thought that just because these people were regularly coming to the house that they were their good friends. But when they ran out of drugs, they also mysteriously ran out of company. Drugs were the glue in their relationships, without it they realized how mutually boring the people on either side of the sale were.

    Moral of the story: make sure you can be friends with them without the drugs and drug sales before you begin smoking with and buying from them.

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  • AnonymousChicken

    AnonymousChicken

    March 11, 2015, 7:55 am

    Maybe the real starting point is figuring out how many people are really interested, and figuring out what their skills or strengths are.

    Example: let's say that 53% of us were skilled and willing salesmen. That would help. Or 99% of us were skilled and willing programmers. That would also help. Or that 100% of us had call center experience and were sick of the outsourced call centers we work in (hey, that's me!).

    And many not relegating it to JUST the unemployed isn't a bad idea. Let's face it, a select few that are unemployed here might actually be for a reason unrelated to the economy. (Then again, a good deal of the employed really need to be re-evaluated anyway...)

    So... if we wanted to figure out what skills and sectors we're most primed for... we should... (someone insert something smart and managerial here please)

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