[quote user="OldCrow"]I'd even say that we can't know the length of a year a few thousand years ago, as the Earth's orbit could have been changed along the way by meteors, but that kind of drowns in all the other inaccuracies.[/quote]
Well, if everything is possible, then there's a leeeeettle bit of a problem ...
[quote user="OldCrow"]I am a scientifically minded person. Even to such an extent that I did not count out creation from the possibilities before studying the available evidence and accounts.[/quote]
You might want to read Pascal's Muggle, and quite a lot of other stuff on the same site.
Just do what everyone does: find a way to embed data anywhere in the file without breaking most players (some place that you're not supposed to read, some checksum that nobody actually checks...) and put your extra headers there.
That assumes that there is some place ... which needn't ...
Could you make the raw data available, eg. lzma compressed? Thanks a lot.
Is there a good book anyone could recommend for basic,
language-agnostic computer architecture/CS stuff?[/quote]
I'd recommend reading SICP, then looking at the MIT video lectures (available legally via torrents and download), then reading the book once again (and perhaps once more).
Yes, it's ...
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..<META name="generator" content="Microsoft FrontPage 5.0">[/quote]
Do I read that correctly that FrontPage generates NOT HTML? (The "!" is what ...
Without commenting on the bulk of the idea - at least try to use PostGIS (ie. PostgreSQL with Geo-Information-System add-ons).
That should save you from re-programming (and debugging, and debugging, and debugging) of all the geometry stuff, at least - and you can use some indizes, instead of trying to roll everything on your own (to get ...
[quote user="joe.edwards"]Or opening a file in Notepad, start editing, and realize that you didn't elevate when you launched Notepad so now you can't save the file.[/quote]
Nobody actually does that. Why would you need to elevate to save a text document? Are you saving it in the System32 ...
[quote user="MiffTheFox"][quote user="nonpartisan"]
ifdown eth0; ifup eth0[/quote]
Didn't work for me. When the connection came back up it was the same old cached IP.[/quote]
Perhaps it was the same new IP, because your DHCP server decided that it's good enough for this machine?
Oh, please let me play Topper!!!
Here are scans of the "64er" magazine, Jan 1988:
I still have my Star LC24-10 ... or is that box in the garage a LC24-200? Never mind. Hey look, 100 disks (3.5"), and even "Double Density" (720k?), for only DM 250,-!
Note for international readers: with the € the conversion ...