It really does read like an ad, which is amusingly ironic since linux mint is free.
They will be safe to eat indefinitely, but may not be palatable, depending on how it's stored.
Sounds like intels optane drives
He talks about the intersection a lot, but the main problem with this intersection has nothing to do with the intersection itself. It's the surrounding area that backs up into and causes it to fail.
I hate it cause its lethal, wasteful, and stupid.
If you're gonna go through all this trouble, why not put motors directly into the wheels? Then you can bypass the drivetrain all together and directly power the wheels.
I think it could've used a few more years, because its still not that fun.
Exploation is meaningless, which completely takes the fun out of it. There's nothing interesting to discover.
Why does the author care about raytracing?
Hardly anybody uses raytracing on desktop why would they do it on a phone?
I have a 3080 but I never use raytracing because it's not worth the loss in framerate.
Valve ships a linux device in the form of the steam deck, so almost certainly.
I think you undersell how feature rich steam is for both users and developers.
They offer community forums, reviews, mods through workshop, cloud saves, automatic controller support, openish vr ecosystem (epic cant even do vr, if you buy a vr game you likely need to use steamvr anyway), broad payment and currency options, regional pricing and guidelines, remote play, and more I'm sure.
This is much more feature rich than even console platforms, so I think the
30% fee is justified.
And they do this all without really locking down their ecosystem.
Calcium carbonate, is the main ingredient in tums, and is the main component of limestone.
Unless you are out for a very brief period of time, being unconscious is a seriously bad sign. Like brain hemorrhaging which left untreated will kill you.