Posts by Finalday

    Quote from "killer bee"

    Nice! :D

    Finalday, what are you using to run Freelancer on your Mac. Parallels, VM Fusionware, Boot Camp? :?:

    At this point in time, I'm not running freelancer. I do not want windows NEAR the Mac. there is another idea I'm looking into, crossover, an emulator so I can flip of MS and still run windows based programs.

    DeWalt IS Black and Decker

    To me, they are inferior. Bosch is a commercial grade tool, and has greater power and longer life. I have used both before as well.

    For me though, I use Ryobe and it does just nicely, at a lower cost. ;)

    Short of a highend Laptop, video on laptops is a lot less quality and speed than a desktop. Ad to that of Vista, that hogs memory, and it makes it hard for a laptop to compete in gaming.

    Per wiki -

    Software development kit
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    A software development kit (SDK or "devkit") is typically a set of development tools that allows a software engineer to create applications for a certain software package, software framework, hardware platform, computer system, video game console, operating system, or similar platform.

    In freelancer, its all the ini files decoded, which is better than the days of using BiniQ. It created errors with the files. The SDK can be used to create new mods without plying the game, then moved to the freelancer folder to test.

    That was the neutron bomb, that Carter was looking at in his day.


    A neutron bomb, technically referred to as an enhanced radiation weapon (ERW), is a type of tactical nuclear weapon formerly built mainly by the United States specifically to release a large portion of its energy as energetic neutron radiation. This contrasts with standard thermonuclear weapons, which are designed to capture this intense neutron radiation to increase its overall explosive yield. In terms of yield, ERWs typically produce about one-tenth that of most fission-type atomic weapons.[1] Even with their significantly lower explosive power, ERWs are still capable of much greater destruction than any conventional bomb. Meanwhile, relative to other nuclear weapons, damage is more focused on biological material than on material infrastructure (though extreme blast and heat effects are not eliminated—see Technical overview below).


    Conception of the neutron bomb is generally credited to Samuel Cohen of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, who developed the concept in 1958. Although initially opposed by President John F. Kennedy[citation needed], its testing was authorized and carried out in 1963 at an underground Nevada test facility.[2] Development was subsequently postponed by President Jimmy Carter in 1978 following protests against his administration's plans to deploy neutron warheads in Europe. President Ronald Reagan restarted production in 1981.[3]