Can't beat that dead horse enough apparently. Those little fancy features add up on older systems. I was forced to upgrade laptops when I couldn't prevent Gnome 2 from bogging it down... and Linux is supposed to be the good guy to old hardware.
Isn't that what consumers pay Netflix for (and justly so!)? And where the hell would that work? If the ISP didn't pay the bill, then the service would fail and the consumer wouldn't pay their part of the bill either. These guys are fucking insane. A chimp eating carrots out of his own asshole makes more sense.
Reality: cable companies are afraid of Netflix because they fear the day they lose the competition with them.
Looks like Windows XP era browsers and now unsupported browser versions. So it's no surprise since Microsoft took their hands off of the products that all these exploits come out of the woodwork.
Pacers won't help afib except for ablating the av node with rapid rates. Have you talked to your ep about a pulmonary vein isolation (afib ablation) being an option?
Probably the most eye opening math class I took that really made my coding skills take off was called Applied Math in high school. The focus was just what the title says: application of knowledge learned. It really taught me how to think outside the box when it came to solving problems with math. Solutions I've written for games left me asking myself where the hell I learned the solution to the problem: applied math.
Posting as an AC says you REALLY believe in your cause.
Cloning sinus nodes will help patients with sick sinus syndrome. You'll still need devices to help those in complete heart block (but could fix if you grow an AV node or perkinje fibers), ICDs for deadly arrhythmias, and biventricular devices for cardiac resync therapy. But if you clone an AV mode or a His bundle, will they connect to the perkinje network? A rep from Medtronic said this could put them out of business. Despite the Benjamins, this will be better for patients as a less painful procedure and likely less infections. I hope they answer all the questions and make this work. This will be really good for young patients who would no longer have to have a device change every 8-12 years or worry about wires going bad in their lifetime.
...we are losing control of the net. Sure we have most of the world's fiber running through NSA, but eventually other connections will be made.
Article titles without the crap. I use Bazqux with Feedler on ios. Works great, however feature development seems a little stale. Couldn't completely import my Google takeout, specifically starred articles. There was a fix said to be coming, so I subscribed $$ but it never did.
First, they don't understand it's not secure. Second, if the thought did cross their mind, then they wouldn't know who to ask for a secure solution or be patient enough to take the time to implement it.
Did companies learn nothing from Target?
Must... resist... feeding... the troll...
You do know who Steve Wozniak is, right? Regardless of whatever fanboy you are.
Careful using "random files" as key files. If the file is modified, it becomes useless as far as a key file and so does your encrypted data.
What about "the rumor of perl's death has been greatly exaggerated?"
As a user of free software, I agree with the justices. Maybe they should try linux?
Is there more to this story that doesn't make it fraud?