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buckkalu said:Then there is the devastating effect the number of birds, bats and other insects killed by the blades.
The number of birds killed by turbines is fairly insignificant to existing sources:
- windmills (10k-500k)
- cars (60,000k-80,000k)
- pesticides (~70,000k)
- power lines (130,000k-174,000k)
- other sources: cars (hundreds of million, windows, coms towers, etc)
libertyforall said:It is going to need something more than just UWB to be a useful tag for locating, it would need at least Bluetooth to make it locatable from further by various devices. UWB range is pretty small.
I get the feeling this could go for a LOT more. It has so much geek chic... not fashion... not trendy... true engineering geek chic. Most items are parts of a computer or such. This is so perfect to frame and put on a wall as an inspirational shrine. I hope whoever gets it smiles at it at least once a day and then gets back to work on their latest and greatest endeavor that is changing the world...
I thought this was funny at first but i'm starting to use Siri more and more as she becomes able to do things. I've been surprised that she is becoming useful. Lots is changing recently.So for me, a scenario I could see isgetting home and telling my shower to warm up. I take care of my dog and other things so that when I get upstairs, I can jump in. Not a huge win, but if I never expended any time to start it (i.e. voice commands can be given while taking off my shoes), then that 30-60 seconds of time saved is kinda nice.I don't know if I would buy this... but in the future the price may enter my range of convenience.
TurboPGT said:Because this is what the world is missing? Bendable phones?
No. Next gimmick please.
Microsoft's Visual Studio really was an innovative product YEARS ago when I first came across it (I think version 2 or 4). It's debugging engine was amazing at the time. That innovation seems to have stopped and all i see is bloat and features that I never use. Can anyone familiar with it comment on their experience? This is just out of curiosity. These days I do my development with so many different tools and platforms that I can't use one single development environment. I'm not looking to switch or anything, just curious.