What you are talking about already exists, and has existed for decades, and is in use on tens of thousands of households across the fruited plains.
It is a discrete laser that can emit three distinct wavelengths.
I don't know who this "Lauren" person is, but their blog post is about as insightful as, I dunno, Luke Skywalker, or maybe a pet rock. Why can't editors just link to the real detail?
That is not workable in practice on a large scale, because it would involve admitting to a defect in a product. If that defect were to cause some actionable tort, the admission would be used to wring the company dry.
His statement reads like an Apple marketing "press release."
Or, maybe he's dead, and his identity assumed by a State Actor.
... buy a commercial/business connection. Yes, it is more expensive. Yes, you get what you pay for, and nothing more.
If you're an IT pro, you'll appreciate the US-based support, static IP address, absence of blocked ports, and other services that typically come with business internet connections.
I turned off voicemail at my company 5 years ago, saving thousands per year, which i was able to move to the employee incentive program.
Nobody misses it at all.
I didn't conflate anything. "See also Lavabit" does not imply that what I said previously applied. In this instance, the word "also" implies it as a separate subject not related to the first.
Sorry if you didn't understand it the first time.
Or, they would get a National Security Letter compelling them to turn over your keys and your data.
See also Lavabit.
If you enable pipelining, firefox can be MUCH faster.
TFT should read: "NOAA Alters Climate Date to Hide Pause in Global Warming."
Finally, even with silly little distractions like terrorism, the economy, foreign threats to our security, and other things, there is a candidate that is ready to tackle the real issue of our time - our unit system! Seriously, this has to be the biggest threat to our prosperity since the Spanish Flu and George W. Bush.
Even if he doesn't win the nomination, which I admit is a long shot given how incredibly obvious it is that our unit system is the most compelling issue of our time, I'll write him in.