Why not just run one fiber, ditch all the copper, terminate it at the local POP and then allow various vendors access to that fiber and compete for my business?
Automation increases the demand for engineers and scientists. Those technologies don't just appear or are supported out of thin air.
The jobs being replaced by automation are mundane repetitive jobs - work that is demeaning for a human anyways. The problem impeding the rise of automation is that surplus humans are just cheaper robots.
The Bible needs to be taken in context of the time.
Right a book written by humans that were stuck on worshiping an anthropomorphic ego-centric god.
As well many of the moral stories still hold true.
Such as women are property and that a father can sell his daughter in slavery if it pleases him? That it is moral to take virgin girls as war prizes?
The summary claims "Good For Your Health" but only considers one aspect. Shame on them...
Or many of the other old age related diseases of which there is no treatment. Wishful thinking.
I use a perl script and organize everything into YYYY/MM/DD directories and then links to another directory composed of sub-directories of tag names that I store in the exif.
Boy I was about to post a Backblaze survey concerning enterprise vs consumer drives. I am so glad I waited until I read your post.
Entrapment? This wasn't a spur of the moment decision. The fellow actually followed through in deliver a 1 TB hard drive offering advice where to attach the ship. You are worried he might have been entrapped? Ludicrous.
The guy was pointing out the vulnerable locations in the design. I doubt he was much of expert on that but he may be passing on more informed position on that matter. This guy should be sent away for a long time as you though nothing of endanger the lives of thousands of sailor for a few bucks and probably was motivated by hate.
The escape velocity is around 1 m/sec so it wouldn't take much to send the probe off again. A good jump from 67P would send you flying away (or maybe in orbit).
I can only hope they named the Harpood system Queequeg...
Ahh here they are...
List of images....
Hoping for some larger resolution of these. Fantastic the surface of a comet close up.
And no one has mentioned outfitting these on friggen sharks yet?
Indeed... From the fine paper
"The remaining coefficients are significant and either positive or negative. For those with positive coefficients we can expect that the language
Php, and Python. The languages Clojure, Haskell, Ruby, Scala, and TypeScript, all have negative coefficients implying that these languages are less likely than the average to result in defect fixing commits "
Although not mentioned by name Perl's coefficient was -.15