The owners showed up shortly, and the police right after. He was arrested and charged with first degree criminal mischief and first degree wanton endangerment before being released the next day. Merideth says he will pursue legal action against the drone's owner: "He didn't just fly over. If he had been moving and just kept moving, that would have been one thing -- but when he come directly over our heads, and just hovered there, I felt like I had the right. You know, when you're in your own property, within a six-foot privacy fence, you have the expectation of privacy. We don't know if he was looking at the girls. We don't know if he was looking for something to steal. To me, it was the same as trespassing."
>Nothing good ever comes from "installing" or "upgrading" a Microsoft operating system in place.
Got a PC with Windows Millennium pre-installed. Upgraded to XP.
Got a PC with Vista installed. Upgraded to Windows 7.
Nothing good my arse.
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>Doesn't H.264 (aka MPEG4) which has much wider client support (browsers, hardware decoding, mobile etc) do a good enough job?
I dunno. I've seen x265 encodes of video which come out at under 150MB where the x264 encode is ~1.5GB for the same quality.
That's a huge saving in bandwidth.
As someone who ran a Tor exit node for years, I'm surprised you're not wearing a bright orange t-shirt to prove it.
Nvidia is really starting to piss me off with their proprietary shit like this, Gsync and their 'nVidia hair' bollocks for games.
It's OK, there'll be a fix for that.
The Windows 10 mandatory updates that you won't be able to deny permission for, will take care of it.
I would argue that if the places that exist to be heard are so small that they are barely noticed, that is an effective stifling of free speech.