Does it cover interfering with firefighting?
137 posts • joined 19 Mar 2007
Not only corporate, a lot of the political money in California comes from a handful of unions.
Not really, in the U.S. call it a "supplement" and you can get away with pretty much anything until maybe the FTC goes after you, and that process will take years. The FDA can warn about dangerous supplements, but otherwise have no power in that area. The FTC can go after you for deceptive marketing. See http://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/jellyfish-memory-supplement-prevagen-hoax-ftc-says-n704886
My first thought too! What kind of travel writer explores a fully functional canal by road? Very disappointing article :(
Is it really a FULL refund? I don't see that information anywhere...
At least Rutgers has the perfect excuse next time Oracle asks to be paid :)
Don't forget the very destructive California ground squirrel!
My bet is that under a popular vote system participation would be higher in states like California where one party has an overwhelming majority such that non-majority party voters feel a presidential vote is meaningless under the electoral college system. California has about 18 million registered voters, less than half voted for any presidential candidate.
...or by a bear?
Strange that you guys right at the heart of the matter have no coverage of the poor old Julian's internet connection being severed. Do I smell a conspiracy?
a whole new ballgame!
Pee to Pee cam?
Aside from changing any default password that's user accessible, what can an IOT device owner do to minimize the risk of their device being used this way?
How very sad :(
You forgot the magnetron, no microwave burritos without that ;)
I think all you naysayers don't realize just how bad Yahoo! has become. A high percentage of the "news" items on the page are now "sponsored", in other words clickbait advertising, and lot of the rest are just garbage. Near the top currently are two Brit. items torn from the Daily Mail but categorized as "U.S." news. One is about flytipping (we Americans are only familiar with cow tipping) and the other about girls school uniforms (ain't got many of those either). Yahoo! is already crap, but I guess at least we could maybe look forward to crap with better pictures if they join with the DM - but no pimple popping videos please.
CCTV, DNA, €600 worth of pot lol
All we have to go on here in the U.S. are mythical "Peak Horsepower" numbers. For instance, a typical workshop vac like the Bosch VAC090A is rated 9.5 Amps (at our puny 120 VAC = 1140 VA) but 6.5 Peak Horsepower.
VW was the only one to claim that their diesels didn't need urea/magic blue fluid injection to keep the nox in check. That claim never really passed the smell test (sorry) and should have been subject to more scrutiny when these vehicles were type tested.
...or use Adblock Plus.
what caused last week's spiking?
Wireless charging is sure to increase sales of tinfoil hats.
Posh handbag reviews, and car reviews that are 99% fluff and only 1% about the experience of driving the thing?
"The smart meters are built by the lowest bidder in China who could produce a document which said they were designed to IEC123-XYZ and built by an engineer who had a vague idea it meant to leave 2mm between power traces and the case but isn't sure."
My PG&E Smart Meter is from Landis and Gyr, they're Swiss in case you didn't know.
If that's what happened I don't understand how it took out 5,000 customers because the US/PG&E system only has a handful on customers on each 13 kV to 240 V transformer. My guess is that it was a higher voltage line fell onto the 13 kV one.
What you write about the stock market is only true if you spread your risk across multiple different stocks, there are any number of individual tech startup stocks you could have invested in and ended up with nothing.
Don't judge kickstarter by a single failure, there have been many projects that have concluded successfully.
At a fairly tender age I joined an amateur radio club in a city in the midlands. It was very educational, especially the one meeting a month devoted to showing porno films.
Leaded red and green for me, had all the gear sets too :)
See this article:
Takes all the fun of "Hi, do you have small nuts?" or "Hi, do you have large nipples?"
But the gallons are smaller, the octane rating is lower, and it's full of ethanol that rots your fuel system ;-)
New sub-contract with Foxconn?
AVON is German for telephone directory
AVON ist die Abkürzung für Amtliches Verzeichnis der Ortsnetzkennzahlen
Nowhere in the article does it say "Another company was hacked where users were registered using their yahoo email address and the same password as they use on Yahoo Mail."
Can you point to a statement by any responsible party saying that's what happened? If it did happen that way why are only Yahoo emails affected?
Yahoo needs to come clean and name the mystery third party.
Hey, we had sampling scopes back in the '60's, they were wonderful! You could twiddle the knobs and make the display look like anything you wanted LOL
Look back at the valley's history. This gargantuan monstrosity will be the world's largest white elephant in a few years when Apple is as irrelevant as 3Com, HP, and dozens of other former foundations of the local economy have become.
Damn, that's sad, what am I gonna read now ?
How much were they asking?
Yep, I had one too, it worked very well.
Requesting confidentiality for documents submitted in FCC requests is pretty much SOP. Look up just about any reg number off the sticker on a wireless device in the FCC database and it's very likely that the really interesting stuff (like the schematic) has been shielded by a confidentiality request.
that any jury of non experts could make a valid determination about a case involving "The present invention is directed to a method of determining branch metric values for branches of a trellis for a Viterbi-like detector. The method includes the step of selecting a branch metric function for each of the branches at a certain time index. The method also includes the step of applying the selected function to a plurality of time variant signal samples to determine the metric values."
"Google has just acquired Meraki" no they didn't, Cisco did.
I plead guilty to all of the above, plus electronic parts going back 40 years or more.
In a rare fit of cleanup I recycled half a dozen Linksys WRT54GS routers, keeping one for a DD-WRT firmware project, only to find a month later that I had dumped all the version 3's and 4's and kept a useless version 7.
Silent 700? Not remotely the same thing.
Is pachinko dead then?
"by which time Netflix will retain just over 8 million DVD rental customers. Slowly over time these will then shift to online, either with Netflix or with rivals"
DVD customers switch to online with Netflix? I don't see how that is likely. If you are subscribing to Netflix DVD's it's because you want to watch movies, and Netflix online has very few recent mainstream movies now. If you want to switch from watching movies to watching 20 year old BBC series (with poor video and sound quality) then maybe...
See http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/entertainmentnewsbuzz/2012/03/zynga-400-million-secondary-stock-offering.html from March - it wasn't just a simple stock sale by execs.
We don't need hackers when the white house is sure to leak the details before the election.
Professor Jim looks REALLY happy to see you.
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