... considering you would be dealing with the same bank
... considering you would be dealing with the same bank
In the modern world
I've been to the central timezone of the US, I don't really think I'd call that the first world, perhaps you're thinking of 11pm as it is in the Eastern timezone
Great, so now all those people are standing around waiting on their shitty tablets to redraw the screen
I don't want a 7" TV remote, thats fucking stupid. The TV is a display, why the fuck do you have a display on your remote? Because you've over complicated it to the point of stupidity.
My thermostat has had a LCD display for 7 or so years already, and it'll run months on a set of double A batteries
These tablets are shit. They are not useful to anyone due to their crappy performance compared to the massive OS flung on them.
Just because you have some hardware that technically CAN do something, doesn't many anyone will want to use it for that purpose, nor does it mean the device is actually a good idea for that purpose.
This thing is a POS and useful for very little other than making Android look like shit, and frustrating people who buy this shitty tablet expecting something like an iPad and get something like a coleco vision
The batteries in a Leaf are a significant fraction of the price, few business want to spend $120k on batteries, when they can get them for 'free' from their workers.
The cost of the batteries is small in comparison to maintenance. Managing the batteries means hiring someone with that knowledge or paying for training/other development to get it in-house...at which point, those people would become more desirable on the job market as more buildings installed battery systems, increasing cost of retaining that talent. Then there are the business processes that need to be developed, the provisioning of a room to store them (and OSHA/building code concerns around a room full of batteries, which is no minor thing), and so on.
Or, they can just use the cars parked outside, offloading all of that effort to the owners of the cars.
When the company sanctions plugging into the companies grid, the maintenance and potential OSHA violations that go along with the cars is now their responsibility as well.
The company ends up with more responsibility, not less, because now they have to make sure your car isn't going to be any more of a risk since its powering the building
Mom is really delusional or
If anyone thinks that a founder of TPB's only crime is 'some hacking', you instantly lose all credibility in any sort of rational argument. In all parts of the world I'm aware of, common sense agrees that willfully promoting criminal activity is a crime as well. Anyone arguing that willful copyright infringement was not the goal of TPB is the same kind of person who would take your wallet out of your hands while you were watching and then tell you they never took it from you. The type of liar that is so full of their own lies even they believe everything they say.
No TPB founder is 'innocent', pretending they are just makes you look like a douche.
I really wish you kids would stop discovering Mitnick and worshiping him like a hero.
Lets get some facts about Mitnick straight.
He wasn't a fucking hacker, he was a socially inept douche back who actually was capable of lying his way into accounts of people who didn't know that giving your password out to some random guy that calls you is a bad idea.
Nothing he did was even a little bit impressive. Ever. Again, let me repeat since it might not have been clear: NOTHING HE EVER DID WAS EVEN A LITTLE BIT IMPRESSIVE.
If you knew anything about the ACTUAL history of hacking and not what you read because some old dude told you about this guy that was 'the first hacker' as far as the american public was concerned
Other guys, the ones who ACTUALLY did shit, you didn't hear about, neither before or after they got caught (for those who did get caught).
So anyway, back to my point. When you young'ens pull out the Mitnick name, its makes us old guys realize you're an ignorant cluebie who's name dropping trying to impress us with your knowledge of Internet lore
Mitnick was a fucking douche, learn the real history and stop treading on his name. It'll be far less embarrassing for you.
I have a genuine question. Assuming one uses Twitter from the phone, how does one prevent the Twitter app on the phone to scan the browsing history
Use an iPhone. Stop being the product.
You're worried about apps reading your browsing history because you are the product, not the customer. Stop buying products who's main selling point is the free OS someone else gave them until you realize why they gave them the free OS in the first place.
Yea, they'd totally drop support for the codec decoded in hardware, in favor of using a codec that has no hardware decode support even on their own devices
The Mozilla foundation could perhaps negotiate a cut-rate or even free license, yes. That's doable. But then what happens when someone else decides they would like to adapt Firefox?
What people such as yourself don't get is something very simple.
You get what you pay for. If you want to take the easy way out and fork Firefox to get a web browser, thats fine. If you want a web browser with video support, well, too bad, you're going to have to pay. Thats just life.
They don't have to grant you a 'free' license, you can pay for it JUST LIKE EVERYONE ELSE.
Your problem is that you want to be able to take all features for free and are unwilling to accept that not everyone in the world wants to make their money by selling your browsing habits. You're just like the GPL, you think the 'free' (by your definition of free) has to infect everything it touches in order for the product to have any value.
Your viewpoint is ridiculously narrow sided and selfish. Fortunately, Mozilla doesn't want to cease to exist completely, so they'll also ignore your silliness as well.
A million monkeys could also magically resurrect the atoms of a pile of cash you burned up as well, but in reality neither are actually going to happen so try again.
Yes, a random forum with random posters is as good as a trustworthy known lawyer with years of time proving she was providing facts rather than personal bias
... The raspberry pi can run Java on chip. MANY devices can. ARM has had the option for a few years.
Funny, since Cisco makes several Java phones, as do many other vendors. We use them at the office.
Then have her arrested for assault.