I totally want one...but seems expensive for my casual use.
Seconded. But yeah, at $300 per shirt (plus cooling pack, which is another 300 to 600), it's a bit pricey for casual/personal use. (On the other hand, if I ever again get stuck in an office with too many computers and people and without AC ...)
@anotherusername At university calculus we got a series of quadratic inequalities at some point which turned that into my preferred approach. No quadratic formula to misremember and you get the rest of the information you need for free.
@raceprouk I think he's actually right about that one. To the best of my knowledge, a long time ago, a huge number of shamans combined their psychic energy, all died, and good ol' Emps was born. Then he spent several millennia being all the most interesting and influential people in history, before deciding to ascend as the Emperor of Mankind.
I was clicking on the links in the navigation and wondered why they were all going to the same page until I realized the entire upper ~4 screens (at 1080p) were the exact same content on every page I tried to visit.
Ted is having the WORST FINANCIAL PROBLEMS! What a shocker! I thought such an upstanding member of society would have no financial problems...
Cameras which permit viewing the body without clothes naked (I want one of these! Is it a mode you switch on?)
Infrared light can see through certain clothing.
In the old analog days, Kodak's Ektachrome Infrared film was notorious for making IR visible, and IR film in general had plenty of urban legends behind the Iron Curtain.
In this digital age, camera manufacturers add special filters to block IR and prevent this. See Sony Nightshot. This site has some technical details and "hacks" for the curious.
Point of order: Visual Studio subbing spaces for tabs is the most annoying thing in the universe, and results in my hitting Ctrl-K-D every single file in a code review because some fuckwit clicked where he wanted his code to go and was off by a space, and never fixed it.
How is that VS fault and not the idiot who clicked in the wrong space? Further, how would this be different if tabs were used instead?
People who indent by physically pressing the spacebar n times need to be shot. Everyone uses the fucking tab key.
Why the fuck not let it emit the fucking tab character already?
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Not to mention people who set up Google as start page in Chrome.
Isn’t that the default, though? (I’m not sure, and can’t be bothered to check.)
By default, you have a built-in start page that consists of Google search bar and 8 thumbnails (or whatever they're called now) of frequently visited pages. Some people insist on replacing it with www.google.com.
@boomzilla yeah, Slack is more attuned to the ephemeral although history is preserved so you can look things up if you need to. Confluence et al is more for the long term stuff but the reality is that the actual information never makes it to Confluence because it's in email chains - or Slack.