Surely it's light, redshifted.
1110 posts • joined 29 Mar 2012
Surely it's light, redshifted.
Writing in the same style – anonymously – as any well-known public figure, actor or actress, etc. could be taken for writing by that person.
Who shall be first?
It's odd that the word "dreamer" should crop up in connection with the phrase "national sovereignty", considering that the national sovereignty of the United States is apparently threatened by the presence of so many "Dreamers" brought into the country without documentation, young people OUR national sovereignty apparently requires us to deport to nations speaking a language foreign to them.
Or that national sovereignty reaches into nations far away. Oh well; back to the days when government listened to every telephone call and read every telegram, eh? For the sake of privacy.
Humans are STRANGE.
From Alaska to San Diego, an [idiot] curtain has descended on the United States...
Somewhere around here I have an upgraded Tandy Model 100 that will work just fine for basic word processing – and the batteries last 40 hours. Windows? I'm dragging out my DOS 3.1 computer next week.
Not so much discussed is that multiple 35's whose radar and computational power is networked may be practically as good as having an AWACS circling around some hundred kilometers from the scene.
It's all new, that. I wonder if it will work as well is expected the first time it has to.
Perhaps they should be tested where they'll be used in earnest, hmm?
Some years ago, there was an article – I don't recall where – about recovering data off screens by looking at the illumination of window blinds or curtains from a distance.
This may be easier with low resolution screens, as detection of individual pixels will be easier at the slower pixel rate.
I was one of those laid off – and our employer eventually folded – when one of the Baby Bells, not wanting to cut the people actually installing the technology in on the profits, decided to renege on a $4 billion (over 10 years) contract to install the then-new ADSL systems in its district.
That's water over the dam. Or used beer.
The last I saw of them, a local medium wave broadcaster had changed from easy listening music, which (even if it got into everybody's telephone lines was at least easy to listen to, to full-time Korean-language evangelist preaching.
>>Having the FCC do it makes about as much sense as having the Department of Energy do it because phone lines use energy.<<
Actually, that dates back to the days of the Bell company monopoly on telephone service. They got the monopoly and the FCC got to require a really good quality of service.
Нет проблем! Каменные горы красиво летом. Stone Mountain is beautiful in the summer.
It's possible that a receiver able to demodulate these frequencies might allow confirmation by listening to its audio output. And yes, I own a few.
Next: Eight Year Old Busted...
Duck? Substitute other vowels for effect...
Al Gebra has been sighted in a local school; takedown team has been dispatched.
If the content is available on the Web you can access it via your mobile provider direct without using Wifi.
"I am a suspect character;
No one knows what I do,
Nobody can prove anything,
Not even you."
© Cortland Richmond 2003
Lock 'em up.
What about the Russians?
We don't talk about THEM.
One cannot hope to bribe or twist, etc.
It almost doesn't matter; each stands by itself, but the development of his writing over the years, and the complexity of their combined plots, suggests that a deeper appreciation might be had by reading in chronological (copyright age) order.
Some of his biographical work explains how he wrote (and how he thought), and may profitably be read before diving into the ocean of his words.
Your "tailor" will be several kinds of upset.
Just herding sheep should do.
They COULD have just googled the fraudster.
People would PAY for a "turn off video until requested' function.
Me, I junked my television in 1997 and refuse to watch movies -- films for you chaps. The occasional video? I pick 'em -- and fast forward to see if I WANT to see them in real time.
Transcripts are a blessing.
Up shows the law, with handcuffs.
Comes on a forklift, requires an industrial grade desk, and guarantees hernias and twisted necks.
That's an *interesting* charge.
I'm imagining three officers with handcuffs standing by a dialysis machine reading their arrest warrant:
"You're charged with causing a security breach with code written forty years ago... You'll have to come with us, sir."
It may be they _do more code and make more money_ (heh) because spaces are faster. and it's easier to avoid errors using them than tabs due to the large space bar and more accurate placement of typing digits.
Still, I can't justify the reported income discrepancy to typing speed alone; did e. e. cummings earn more eschewing upper case?
Bingo! They had the POWER.
The AFR article is by subscription.
As I understand the intent of these restrictions, it could also ban flash mobs organized by smartphone and Twitter.
Verizon delenda est, eh?
"But they were just next door! I walk over there to fix their d**n server and keep 'em happy, and for this I get fired for not submitting some [%#XX(^&SS^] travel request?"
"Just as well, Sam, we already spent your pension money on executive bonuses."
– it was far from clear that even senior NASA management were actually capable of understanding the warnings their engineers were raising –
Five nines, is it? On a good day, you might get that out of a resistor.
You want it actually to run software and process data? This is the system that never fails, is it? Did you say "lowest bidder"? It was a really good bid?
This is NOT the android they are looking for.
Computer User Non Technical [Giving Into Foolish Things.]
Never buy a battery from a sailor; that's (wait for it!) a Salt and battery...
Lucas, Lucas, LUCAS?
Ayup; that'd explain it.
Is there such as thing as a laughgasm?
A lightning bolt fused the switch closed and the Voice said "There is now."
Yes, I had to:
Only Hugh can prevent florist friars...
We could use this application to avoid all SORTS of people one wouldn't want to meet; surely that can't be illegal.
Um,er, CAN it? I don't want to EVER sit next to the Garlic Lady again; once in 1953 was enough.
that with the girl in the picture? I thought Tin Head Ned was dead!
In longhand -- with a red laundry marker.
Juebghohsili. Raflzkuurn waakhmi? Waakhnu slivilik?
Klingon is easier to remember,if you know it.
Heat accumulated during time on the ground without having the air-stream carry it away is a plausible cause for increased failures, on routes of mostly short-hop flights. especially if the engines are kept turning while loading and unloading passengers, baggage, and cargo.
People with "only" 2 GB data plans might have to take two months to update a computer. THREE computers?
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