I use Amazon for everything. Seriously, everything. Well, except for certain food-stuffs. So, anyway, I've observed that Amazon is placing a greater dependence on USPS to help with the package deliver. When it was FedEx or UPS handling delivery, the tracking info was spot-on. If we were to go out to retrieve a delivered parcel, … Continue reading Oh, Amazon… you so funny…
It's a very, very (seriously -- very) limited selection, but Ikea has an Amazon Store-front. It'll be interesting to see how this evolves. I expect that, together, they could grow and expand their offerings.
Well, that's descriptive/helpful/informative/useful. Not. Likely the result of multiple If/Thens but without the the significant but often ignored "what-if"... also called an Else. Maybe you could give the user some hints to help resolve this descriptive "Something went wrong" error that occurs continuously.
“Gort, Klaatu barada nikto!” While both the science-fi and fantasy sections were quite good, the music section should be renamed to the "Pearl Jam and Hendrix exhibits".
CPUs are insanely inefficient.Fast, yes. They run at billions of calculations per second. But they also carry around a bit of bloat.Bloat is one of the biggest tiny issues affecting tech today. A CPU -- Intel and AMD come to mind -- have instruction sets that are rather large. It takes energy to cart all … Continue reading Take some RISC
Ever. Let me clarify. While CPU Load has value, it's interpretation depends on a thorough understanding of what it's actually indicating and why. It's no longer meaningful as performance indicator, because it suggests a physical CPU's ability to keep up with some processing load. This is easily grossly misinterpreted and misunderstood. Why is this a … Continue reading CPU Load Isn’t A Performance Indicator
Reduced a complex 11-page runbook to one command. Somebody insisted, "That's Impossible!" Yep, I've done the trivially impossible.