You know, despite popular rumors to the contrary, they don't actually like to swim, you don't have to keep putting them in liquid like that.peterlite wrote:plus the occasional swim in fresh espresso, fruit juice, and rain water.
Using them to wallpaper the living room. Next winter I figure I can mine bitcoins, analyze SETI data, crack encryption keys and keep warm.Burngate wrote:You've got seven and a half thousand? Do you own Microcentre?CarlRJ wrote:A quarter million? Gosh, that means I've only got like 3% of them. Must try harder.
A quarter million? Gosh, that means I've only got like 3% of them. Must try harder.hansotten wrote:Great news! 250.000 in nine weeks! Congrats Rpi foundation!
Unix and its filesystems predate FAT. FAT was always a throwback.rpdom wrote:The FAT system has been around since before people though to worry about moving files to a computer in another timezone, so traditionally the file timestamps were always in local time.
For some reason I'm reminded of a line from "Airplane": "Sir, maybe we ought to turn on the searchlights now?" "No... that's just what they'll be expecting us to do."jamesh wrote:For all those conspiracy theorists above, there isn't one. A conspiracy, that is.