I'm not worried
about the battery leaking, just all the stuff used to extract the energy.
470 posts • joined 18 Sep 2013
about the battery leaking, just all the stuff used to extract the energy.
I'll get my coat, but on the way out, I'll make you one for less than $42,000 if you have the cash.
Mac users don't have a browser which is only useful to download a preferred browser. That is unless you count Safari.
It is a return to the time before people had to lock their doors. You should feel much safer now.
How right you are. The economic benefits to private schools, real estate sales people and nanny services used by telcom execs should not be underestimated. When large corporations have more money, their executives support these industries. We should all hope the cash spigot is left wide open through lack of regulation so executive bonuses can trickle down.
I'll wait a couple of days.
"365 fuckups a year?"
That's only one per day.
You get Microsoft quality.
From the current administration I can't believe that a gotcha isn't in the works such as a reinterpretation of the contract clauses to allow you to be sued despite the repair being legal.
How am I supposed to manage a household without my toothbrush telling the wold I am low on paste or my refrigerator telling amazon the milk is sour or Alexa telling the Goog that no one is home. I want my light bulb to unlock the car when I go out and lock the house. The toaster should switch on the burner in the morning so I don't have to wait to cook eggs as long as there are some in the refrigerator. Burdensome patching only makes life harder.
If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to patch!
It must be that users don't value security. Users do extensive research before purchasing critical home networking kit. They also have their food tested for unwanted pesticides before eating it.
This proves the good nature of corporations in difficult times, coming together to solve complex problems for the betterment of all except people.
The security staff is so good, they can afford to work for free.
Mandatory standards of security should be required to import any such device. Non-complying devices should be confiscated and shredded at the border.
We have the Best People on Earth securing our military systems, or is that the Elks Club.
Just put the poor beast down already!
That’s how free markets work. You bought a combination phone/paper weight and it still is. Reading the EULA tells you your gadget is practically guaranteed not to work as advertised so take heart these two primary functions probably still work.
1. Natural things grow at their own pace.
2. The IPv6 seed might need to have its outer coating scored or scorched before it will sprout.
Just supply the bandwidth you advertise regardless of the source. Promising a good data stream only to your own speed test servers and a few paying partners is not good enough.
I encountered the ever friendly Alexa at an acquaintance's place. Other than asking for "Why did the chicken cross the road?" answers, Its friendliness made me want to through it in the ocean. Overly chatty people are bad enough but it is at least possible to share a beer at the end of the day and tune them out.
It could take a 11 zeros worth of days to retrieve you data from its perfect data storage vault.
This is done in Hawaii. The scanning machine will let you know ahead of time if it reads a spoiled vote and give you the choice to get your ballot back or to send it through anyway. The machine reports the votes but the ballots are human readable.
Can't imagine why anyone would have a negative view of Putin товарищ so right you are.
But War. We need the tools. It's us vs. them. Surrendering to the bad guys is unthinkable. Existential threat. Give us more resources.
and when I look around, some of the 2D and 3D objects actually move when I walk around them. One makes noise rubs against my leg then jumps onto the kitchen counter acting like it wants to be fed. Another makes annoying barking sounds at random times. I can even manipulate a can opener to satisfy the objects. I have been informed that one can get an upgrade from the supermarket for $8 which in addition to increasing the sharpness of small print, reveals flaws in the simulation such as lack of detail in photographs.
It is only our faith in money that makes money work and so it is with Atari. Have you ever considered that the machine you are using now only works because you have faith in it? ... me neither.
as long as you avoid landing on an Oracle, Apple, Microsoft, Google, Spectrum... Hotel. Bankruptcy will happen to most and moral bankruptcy for the remainder. Trump gets to play too and he is obsessed with "Fairness" so you know you will get an equal shot at winning the game.
The economy was already on the upswing before Trump. Remember the economy under collapse at the end of Bush's term. Lots of rebuilding under Obama but trump claimed it was a bubble. The economy is now on amphetamines as this increase in economic activity is pushing the National Debt is through the roof. Buy a nice membership to Sam's Club with your tax break unless you are super rich in which case get yourself a new jet.
You wouldn't want the quality of your water or air to be regulated as it might interfere with bidness. Enjoy your free market choices with the end of net-neutrality.
There is a point though. It is to remind people of the all the things the Trump administration has foisted on the US populace.
or time is a space machine. Who plugged it in without setting the voltage switch first?
Who would want to deprive the CEOs of ISPs of their pay raises. Think of all the nannies and private schools which will deprived of potential income. Think of the struggling real estate brokers and hedge fund managers and their children too.
are always trustworthy, so no problem.
they are at SpaceX.
NASA keeps a base on the moon already to test crashed UFOs from the 50's. They are just pretending to want a public program some time in the future. Got to get my super charged beer from under my chrome plated pyramid now.
A great place to start. So do you choose the mob owned medallion driver or the mob owned self driving cab next time you land in a city? I'd seriously consider leaving the airport on foot.
the paper milk caps which were used for gaming purposes many years ago. They became collectors items. Adults and children bought into collecting limited edition cardboard discs with hopes of cashing in. Shops opened and sales expanded exponentially. But since they were intrinsically useless and new supplies could be created by anyone, though not exactly the same as the next entrepreneur's, the market crashed.
Take it a step further and inform each user of the number of other users with the same password as you. For the truly security conscious corporation they could inform you which users were sharing your password as an added incentive to have a strong unique password.
You take our precious MBPs into dusty environments and hammer upon the keys. No wonder they break and it is your fault so no warranty repairs for you. The proper way to type is to take your MBP to a dust free environment and adhere a sponge to each key. Next gently touch them, one at a time. Your well engineered Mac will continue to work perfectly for the entire warranty period.
As with the second amendment one can expect casualties using MS products to exercise first amendment rights. This is price for having the freedom to defend yourself or express yourself.
Hawaii is known for its bureaucracy and inefficiency like Microsoft? Think incoming missile stuff-up and Edge. Or should you think of some of the worst traffic in the country running on crumbling infrastructure.
I want a Mad Max car and random IoT objects in my house. It would be real cool to have large metal spikes protruding from all sides of my vehicle and to have 21st century pirates in my appliances. Let the free market regulate traffic and tech. End the nanny state and give people the freedom to protect themselves.
like the controlling spouse who will hit you and lock you out for parking the car in the wrong direction or purchasing petrol from the wrong station. Understand it might appear to be abuse, but it is just love in another form.
Time to implant an electrode. For secure communications you would go wired. Otherwise you could broadcast your thoughts to all in range with Bluetooth.
More like all the cars have a keyless entry system with an alternate entry code of 1111.
on US citizens than to allow the people a secure cell phone network. After all "If you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear" and soon will have nothing which suits the US government as evidenced by their actions.
people always so tired on April first?...
Because of the 31 day march. Happy Easter!
I put an object in front of the closet door and it keeps my cat from peeing there. Is this good enough?
Sky high storage rates and so few customers poor Amazon is going the way of Sears... Wait what am I thinking it's just greed.
Lying Sack of Trump is in continuous need of deflecting attention from himself so facts don't matter. LSoT pretends to be for the ordinary man, not person, while pushing money into the hands of elites. By the way, LSoT supporters are still waiting for all those coal mining jobs to come back. They are terminal optimists.
Biting the hand that feeds IT © 1998–2018