welcome our new Sexbot Overlords!
welcome our new Sexbot Overlords!
Back in the 90s, I had a job teaching MS Office to people. One class I was hired for was to teach a bunch of local judges how to use Word.
While discussing how to change fonts, one of the judges says, "Huh! Anal font, what the hell is an ANAL font!"
Maybe it is the same judge!
This is a bit involved, but will work if you have the time and know how to set it up.
You can likely port your landline number to a VOIP service and then setup asterisk. Use IVR to play a message when you are called. Have a code that your friends and family know that will allow them to break out of the IVR and ring an extention.. Funnel everything else to voicemail or whatever you want.. You will only get a ring when it is someone who knows the code.
I smoked for years, and could never quit.
Three years ago, I tried an ecig on a lark, and actually quit smoking without intending to, which to me seems like a miracle!
I went through a month or two of coughing up stuff from my lungs, but I never felt the need to smoke cigarettes.
I still have a nicotine addiction, but have been slowly weaning myself down to weaker and weaker e-juice. On day I will quit, but I feel a hell of a lot better than I did when I was smoking!
For me, the patch isn't even close !
The main contributing factor to fiber being inexpensive is that most lines are run above ground here in Tokyo.
NTT has a monopoly on Fiber. I haven't researched this, but I would be shocked if Sony wasn't riding on NTT fiber.
I don't have a motivation to change though. I have a 200/200 capable fiber line (realistically I get 60 to 70 up and down), and bandwidth is never a limiting factor for me.
And like a coward with nothing to offer but empty words he flees.
I prefer my trolls to have bigger balls.
And to put together an argument or point of discussion.
Please indulge me, or I'll have to go back to debating with my 4 old, who seems to be only slightly less well read than yourself.
Churchill would be proud my man! You have the wit of a demigod, and an intelligence well suited to your wit!
Option 4.The government pays for the test and justice is served. A million bucks is not a huge amount when we are talking about government budgets.
You are right though, there is a an amount and a level of certainty where it doesn't make sense to do the test, but a million bucks to keep a serial rapist (or perhaps two) off the streets, would likely pay for itself.
I don't even know where to start with this...you either either drunk or a troll or both. Since this is Slashdot, I have to assume the latter.
Many arguments to be made, please choose a coherent one and try again.
The justice system shouldn't be haggling over price.
They have suspects they are sure that did it. They have a method of determining which one, but they are dicking around because of cost?
Do the CPU's have Virtualization Extensions...oh wait of course they don't; they are ancient!
They need to address the needs of the corporate market. If you can make solid phones and have them integrate well into a corporate environment, offering the features corporations needs you are not just another provider, you are solving problems.
Features I think they should have;
Built in remote management features and "Mobile Device Management Software." This is always a top priority and usually a costly solution.
Make it simple to push approved patches, software, and updates. Make it simple to remote wipe and remote install phones.
An easy way to flag Personal vs Corporate calls.
An easy way to separate Corporate vs Personal App purchases.
Centralized accounting of corporate calls and app purchases.
A method for joining Active Directory domains.
IPsec and OpenVPN capable.
Easy file sharing for corporate file shares.
And of course security.
Finance reports to IT!
I am sure a few natives sat around the fire on occasion and podered the same thing.
"Imagine if there were people across the water."
"Nah couldn't happen."
"Yeah but what if there were, I wonder what they'd be like..."
Given the infinite possibilities that are out there in the vastness of space and time, it could just as easily be explorers, conquerors, pilgrams, something we can't possibly comprehend, or even creatures like us. Anything is possible.
MSDOS is not dead, it just smells that way. -- Henry Spencer