20 posts • joined 4 Oct 2019
What is "Tom Yam rice?" I can only find references to "Tom Yum rice."
INTEGRAL: Hey! Dig me! I'm almost 18 years old!
Voyager 1: You're cute.
Voyager 2: Yeah, kids say the darnest things.
...sounds racist to me.
Internal investigation? Well, there ya go, then. Nothing to see here. Move along.
And suddenly, the GPU is working. First time ever. After weeks (months?) of re-enabling it in Config. WTF.
Anyways, it's all good now, I guess.
I have it running on Ubuntu 18.04.4. It runs on the CPU fine (when I can get a WU), but will not recognize my Vega 56 GPU. :(
I can typically complete one Work Unit, then it spends the rest of the day simply trying.
"ERROR:WU01:FS00:Exception: Could not get an assignment"
What ever the market will bear. If the asking price is too high, don't buy it.
But, did Steve go ahead and take the ride? Or did he quietly walk away?
On February 27, 1998, Steve Jobs discontinued the Apple Newton Messagepad, and thereby proved that even visionaries are not infallible.
Imagine what smart phones could be today if Jobs hadn't forced a ten-year hiatus on development. Christ.
I still don't see the draw. It must just be me. I enjoy my autos. I don't foresee many smart watches being passed down for generations.
All you young whippersnappers...smh. I'm still using 488 to this very day to calibrate avionic test equipment. Now get off my lawn!
Only five pairs? Meh. Lightweight. lol.
When I crashed my car, I referred to that as a "hard parking."
Last paragraph of the article: "...spend most of them time..."
"Them time?" Wut?
I suggest that those with sensitive olfactory organs should maybe not use public transportation.
Kids these days.
In my day, that's how you fixed your TV.
Major Matt Mason wore orange...
...well, his crew member Sgt. Storm did, anyway.
Can you even buy anything at charbucks for $5?
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