I really don't understand how complex programs like compilers and browsers have come to an existence.
From little what I know about 8086, it resembles a digital abacus in a way that we can set, push and do all the fancy magic with registers and store them in memories using buttons.
For the like of me, I cannot figure out how an OS was created out of thin air? Do they keep pushing, adding and popping registers back in the day to create OS or compiler? What about the TTY? Was there no such thing as booting? What about file systems? Partitions? How did any of that even work in the first place?
I am looking forward to hardening my system, but I'm not sure how I should go about it. Any advice?
Seven refineries processing Moscow’s crude in India, Turkey and Bulgaria continued exporting refined fuels to the EU.
Morrison is often associated with the youth counterculture. As someone who was born in the 21st century, I want to know what type of person he was, to people who were able to witness his era.
It could be anything about him - his influence, his music, his personal life, his relationship, activism, childhood, or the type of person he was, if his musics were popular and was his life tragic, or filled with happiness? I don't want to hear the Wikipedia summary, I'm interested in what you think as someone who enjoys music.
I want to share a song that I really like from the 50s black-and-white Bollywood era, something that I hum almost all the time. It happens to be a dream sequence + musical style of artwork.
What I really appreciate about music from those era is that most of those lyrics were written by popular Hindustani (language) poets during that time, and I happen to like most of their works.
I also want to be recommended songs from that era (not just Bollywood, but also musicals and songs from other culture). But I'm not sure what would be the right community for this.
Personally, I love it, although I miss a few stuff, like for example, multimedia, streaming and stuff like that. The memory foorprint is very low, and pages are super-fast.
I'm not from the US, but I've heard about the housing shortage crisis as well as the commercial real-estate vacancy crisis. I'm pretty sure the US government will bail out the rich folks again.
Honestly, people need a cheap place to live, right? Why not just buy a commercial property about as big as an ideally small home and call it a day? Isn't that a win-win situation? Or are there laws that make it illegal?