There's another problem with Japan.
Japan is the only place that makes tape media used by broadcasters, from what I understand. That stuff just got very, very expensive.
Asterisk ... it's amazing and super powerful and super flexible but, as you've discovered there is a bit of a learning curve. For something as broad as a PBX it unfortunately has to be that way. There's an "easy" version called Trixbox but it ships as an appliance. You could run that in a VM but then you'd have to figure out how to route all of the SIP portsw from your network edge to Trixbox, which could be tough.
I've been running Asterisk on my home network for years now. It's great having my Ethernet-attached phones and the ability to do all sorts of custom features. I've got TWO numbers from IPKall. One is a number that, when called, behaves exactly like my POTS line; I use it when I call home from my cell phone, so if someone is on the phone it still rings in instead of producing a busy signal. The other is a number that goes straight to voice mail, every time. I have my cell phone configured to forward on busy or no answer to that number, effectively making my *home* voice mail system the one that is attached to my cell phone. I just didn't want another voice mail box to have to check.
Now if they really want to carry on the Commodore legacy they'll make it inexpensive enough for a cheapskate like me to buy one.
they got the multitouch technology by aquiring fingerwords 5 years ago or so.
the first real cool device you can buy from them is the new apple touch mouse.
i'll buy a keyboard if they make one again.
Thank you guys for helping me track down the proper cable. I will save that info for future reference :)
for that matter) is with the bmw specific oil filter wrench. Can't use one of those squeezie jobbies, and I can't jam a screwdriver in it to get it off because that still leaves me with the problem of getting the new one one.
so I drive 30 miles to the closest bmw bike place, pay $30 for an oil filter wrench. Change the oil, go to my garage to find a home for my new wrench and I place it down..... right next to a bmw motorcycle oil filter wrench.
It would seem that the guy who sold me the bike gave me one and I just forgot.
and some more RDBMS advice from the trenches: just drop all your
foreign key constraints already. if your app is small, you don't need
HA! That's funny. I hate fk constraints almost as much as I hate stored procedures, but try explaining to a territorial dba (read: all of them) that their fancy dancy constraints are fucking everything up.
And I can tether it to my G1, which is awesome :)
I dunno how much you've played in the finance world, but none of
those things matter there. Speed is king matters there.
And yet, even they, typically use Sybase. And fancypants abstractions like message queueing. There's a level below which busybusy people just generally don't want to go, evenn the performance oriented busybusy people.
try putting an USB stick inside or such
some soldering, there you go.
Do Mär 18 2010 18:45:02 EDT von LoanShark @ Uncensored
So what? RAM is cheepo.
cheapo, but it got its price. And once its used up and no more fits in, you need another box
Facebook got 30% hardware savings out of transpiling php to c++; Maybe it would have been just 20% with a java solution. Interpreting isn't for free. No matter how much you pimp the interpreter, it won't reach the original.
And such a huge servlet frame work isn't for free either.
It probably doesn't send binary differences, as rsync does.
Some observers are also suggesting that there exists a clause in the AMD-Intel cross licensing agreement that would cause that agreement to terminate if AMD is acquired.