Really small. I'll bet the number of floating cell towers in the middle of the South China sea is an integer that approaches zero.
You can't make a triangle out of a single point.
Back to Intro Geometry with you!
It's Obama's fault.
Those abuses. You know.
Also, the damn thing is triangular.
Actually, no. The Pono's shape would be properly described as prismatic
Great. A geometry Nazi.
Your mom is calling. Dinner is ready.
The Drone Wars (TM)
Coming to a Cable Channel near you. Or maybe Netflix. Or Amazon. Or YouTube. Who the Hell knows?
How many 'tiny landing strips' can handle a 777 so damaged that it can't send out a radio distress signal? I would think that the numbers would be vanishingly small.....
Tape backups aren't really the target. This is intended to replace UDO disks https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/... which were mostly used in jukeboxes for paper work heavy businesses such as financial institutions storing loan documents.
Yes, for some reason all of our CT scans are stored on MO even though we use an online PACS for everyday use. We have a whole roomful of the stupid things and they only hold 500 MB a piece. We have to store them for 20 years (in the case of a minor patient) or at least 7 (Statute of Limitations). A 300 GB system is a big enough upgrade for us to consider it.
If it ever ships.
Of course, I'm waiting for holographic storage, but I'm a patient kind of guy.
Of course the US has satellites that can look at that part of the world. And they may well be doing so. It's just China is trying to score a couple of PR points by showing that they can act like a Big Important Country and task their surveillance satellites to suit their interests.
We of course know that they can - spy satellites don't do much good if you can't spy on people. The US is also spending assets in the search. So will everyone else who is involved.
Your friend in the Antichrist,
Kim Jong Il
It seems to me like a venture into the fearsome territory of pointless and redundant. How is this a worthy discussion point and not promptly-filtered-by-hippocampus blabber from an entitled and technologically uneducated person? Do people now need detailed explanation from "the authorities on the subject" on absolutely *everything* ?
Reading this, to me, feels like reading anti-evolution blogs. Desperately trying to be an edgy and heard voice of a generation. So much so that "logic" is, for the purposes of being perceived as hip, opinionated and ahead of the times as possible, thrown out along with the baby, the bathwater & the bathtube.
"hippocampus blabber' - I like it....
The quality of the prose and logic suggests that the entire article was written after a double skinny natural vanilla flipped cappuccino at the local Starbucks and uploaded to the NYT using the Starbucks WiFi network without any sort of encryption at all.
We'll probably find her new passwords on Gawker next week.
First: federal employees with security clearance
Next: all federal employees & all foreign nationals in the US
Next: all those working in "sensitive" industries
Next: all those working in "economically-vital" industries.
See where this is going?
Sorry, we're already there.
All healthcare workers that can access financial or 'personal' data (which means everyone north of the janitor) are now subjected to background checks that have to be redone every six years. Next up - constant monitoring to ensure we don't steal Grandma's SSN. Interestingly, the way the rules read, they're not much worried about us stealing medical information, just financial. One has to have one's priorities.
And it's polygraphs all the way down.