Cosa accadrebbe domani se Facebook dovesse chiudere? Le nostre parole scivolerebbero via: l'esatto opposto di quello che Internet ha da sempre immaginato.
Here is a list of commands along with examples, which can be used to check memory (RAM and swap) usage on Linux system.
I'm fifty. I'm not the same guy I was when I was forty, or thirty, never mind twenty, or ten. I visualize identity not as a solid object but as a wave form travelling along the temporal dimension through a complex emulsion of memories, experiences, and emotions, bounded at front and back by singularities-boundaries beyond which there is no continuity (and almost certainly no persistence of identity). We're all waves travelling through this common soup of human existential phenomena, occasionally refracting through one another and being changed thereby. And as we move, we change. Not only are our physical bodies not made up from the same individual atoms: the bits you could notionally use to describe us change, too. New data is added, old patterns are lost (I have the memory of a goldfish these days).
Memories, we know, are fallible, and in the case of acts such as this week's horrific bombings in Boston, this presents particular problems. How can those charged with gathering eyewitness accounts - and
National Geographic stories take you on a journey that's always enlightening, often surprising, and unfailingly fascinating. This month-Easter Island
Amidst the growing enthusiasm for digital texts -- ebooks and scans of illustrated books -- it's easy to overlook some important drawbacks. First, that you don't really own ebooks, as various unhappy experiences with Amazon's Kindle...
Do you remember when there wasn't a Google search engine? It's hard because the company has been around for 13 years now. There are teenagers today that have never experienced a Google-free world.