Berkeley DB Java Edition?
Not that one... last I checked, wasn't it JNI based? And besides just being a record manager with transaction support.
Yes, there are several. I'm using HyperSQL DB aka HSQL mostly for development/test purposes (still deploying to Oracle.) There are many others. Cloudbase/Derby being among the most prominent. I believe Derby was renamed and folded into JDK 6.0. (Continuing the tradition of bloat, I'm proud to say.)
Smile baby Smile!
Are the solid state drives drop-in replacements for a standard hard drive? (on my laptop). That would probably rejuvenate and extend the life of my machine quite a bit.
you're like totally babbling without context.
**refuses to engage in a babble of wits with an unarmed opponent**
Subject: Re: Thanks for the reminder
Let's say Apple didn't patent the key technologies in the iPhone.. someone else could have then patented them, and without doing any of the work to develop a product, could have then prevented Apple from introducing their product or shaken them down for a lot of money and or generated tons of bad publicity surrounding the release of the product. Plenty of Apples competitors would have enjoyed doing that. Apple has no choice but to secure as many patents as possible, nor do any other technology companies...
I bought a 1TB external disc for backup, but Steve Ballmer probably made me do that.
Having used my G1 in the car for navigation, I have to say that it's really nice to be able to talk to it instead of having to stop the car and type in a destination.
I don't want to lug around my main computer and put it at risk anymore. And I will use the netbook for my audio jobs (remote control of the DSP) and for DJing. But I still want a laptop for my main computer, and even though I will be doing much less work away from home or office, I will still want to take the regular laptop with me places (even if just a coffee shop for change of pace) so I don't want something gargantuan. I think a 15 is the top size I would get.
But... I like the screen.
I'm trying to figure out why it's got to flash black on every page refresh.
I know it's not lcd, it's some kind of electricly charged ink.
but it seems to me, with a little extra cpu use, you could figure out which pixels to toggle and just flip those rather than having to flash the whole page black.
For something that's supposed to be easy to read, the page flash is really annoying.
That's true too. And easier to configure than the way I suggested. :)
I don't remember the flying cakes before.
hybrid? between what?
its purely electric.
Like a hybrid automobile. The typical design for a "diesel" locomotive is actually a diesel generator plus a bunch of electric motors, one on each wheel.
Wait... and convert the modem traffic to TCP/IP as a result?
Isn't that the old ppp or somesuch? You could create something that does this with off-the-shelf stuff.
Or, you could just buy into AOL, if they're still around.