So why not just an LPG car instead?
17 posts • joined 12 Aug 2008
Hydrogen advocates forget to mention the obvious
The obvious problem of hydrogen that is always over looked, intentionally, is the fact that hydrogen extremely inefficient to produce with electricity due to high conductivity of water where most of the energy is lost in heat. Its why hydrogen is currently is mostly produced from fossil fuels. It is also extremely expensive to transport. All of this makes hydrogen cost 10 times as much as petrol!
Re: Why not just buy a laptop??
Seems like a comment for someone who hasn't used public transport for over a decade.
Everyone seems to use a laptop to watch a movie on the train these day and age.
You also look more like a tit trying to hold your tablet up with both hands to to get a good sitting postion than having a laptop sitting compfortably on the lap with the screen held up by itself.
Apple haters seem to be turning on their graves.
No doubt Apple haters are on overdrive and bet the next comment will be why the iPad is not as good as a NetBook. The same nerds that thought text interface was best when GUIs came out also will miss the point of the paradigm shift of the iPhone/iPad.
No doubt iPad is interesting, will I be getting one, not just yet, I already have an old PowerBook, but eventually I will get one. I expect in next few years Apple to slowly creep the iPad into bigger devices for desktop etc. use.
Been saying that all along!
So much for the uproar for when the ITU and governments wanted to take over ICANN, the fact that the everyone oversaw the problem that the ICANN does an appalling job at domain registration baffles me! They actively encourage cybersqaueters (criminals to you and me) with their free 2 days domain registration trial and also has been the practice for over a decade that they don't actively check registration rules trial.
It will turn out as yet another Microsoft failure and show their inability to penetrate any market other than their encumbered office market base.
While the rest of the world (Google, OSS movement in general) is moving away from flash and plugins in general with HTML5. It is just like pop ads all over again which thanks god have been almost eradicated with popup blockers and now the same is happening with plugins.
I can see a niche market with the naive customers who fell for asp .net, specially in the financial sector, where office integration is relevant.
He should have thought about it tobegin with
Having every single driver in the universe shoehorned inside the kernel definetly contributes for the vast majority of the bloat.
The Linux community is still extremely offensive against drivers that are not bolted inside the kernel.
So the problem was created from the conception.