I could have sworn everybody laughed at me when I predicted this oh, 15 years ago.
You should consider who your waves will hurt. It is not possible to take action without doing harm.
As I said, It's clear to me they are using bandwidth to mean consumption of your bandwidth during a period.
You can't violate a rate that they control (and really that is controlled by those upstream of them too).
You can violate their consumption limits unless they cap them.
Be legalistic all you want- it doesn't matter- they'll call you up and cut your service.
You're going to be installing software that they don't know that has low level access to the hardware and could potentially harm it. Voiding the warranty makes sense to me- they can't be responsible for harm done by software they can't control. It doesn't apply to apps, because the apps don't allow direct hardware access except through the APIs Google has written and tested.
Also, nice to know you consider Huffington Post and local news stations such as KGW to be as unreliable as Fox. Never claim to be a liberal again to me, you're just another Conspiracy Theorist.
And they wouldn't be a threat if their privileged status wasn't endangered. Privilege exists for a REASON. Isn't it better to try to figure that reason out before destroying for the fun of it?
"close in age couples" in most states means less than three months difference, not three years difference. We now know the human brain doesn't stop developing for nearly twenty five years after birth, and there is a HUGE cognitive difference in understanding between a fifteen year old and an eighteen year old.
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=124119468 for the popularization.
http://harvardmagazine.com/2008/09/the-teen-brain.htmlfor the MRI images
http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog-extra/the-adolescent-brain-beyond-raging-hormonesfor the white paper
There still isn't a "magic number" that divides adulthood from childhood, the individual development of the prefrontal cortex can be complete as early as 17, as late as 25, and the bell curve centers on 21.
But it isn't just "backwater prudes" either, there actually is some science behind it.
Except nobody's feet are exactly 1 foot. Nor is anyone's 1000 paces exactly 1 mile. If those were truly universal measurements, you'd have some point. As they're not, you don't. And in the long term we'd save money by being on the same system as literally every other country in the world by removing the possibility of tooling mistakes, idiocies like NASA Orbiter problem, and additional cost to companies trying to sell in the US of having to have both measurements in their workflows and computer systems.
I've got an '01 Ford. MPH only, I'm pretty sure. A few years older than that, but not absurdly old to be on the road.
I thought I had read elsewhere that the chemicals she used were from school. I can't confirm, but given the tiny amounts that isn't suspension or expulsion worthy- its worthy of a slap on the wrist for not getting permission.
I've done a bit of everything (firmware, mobile, back end systems, etc), but admittedly have never set up a distributed message queue. I did work at Amazon for 2 years, they didn't use Rabbit or AMQP for their middleware at that time. No idea if they do now or not. But I have friends who do that stuff and talk shop frequently, and they've never mentioned either. I wonder if its not quite as big as you think it is.
Are you saying you can't see what is right in front of your face (and notice, not a single one of those news sources was FOX!).
The one that was most ironic, was the group of gays who attacked Holy Redeemer in San Francisco over Prop 8- that church runs an AIDS hospice.
I very much doubt they used a device that moved back and forth and selectively deposited a layer of material and then fused it together with heat or glue.
Your brick examples would be more suitable if they moved the serfs back and forth on a lift and the serfs deposited bricks as they passed over an area that was supposed to have bricks.
That's why we have different words: "Building" and "Printing".
You are right about the definitions. However it seems pretty obvious they mean the total bandwidth consumed during a period. Otherwise their statement makes no sense.
"You also may not exceed the bandwidth usage limitations that Verizon may establish from time to time for the Service"
They physically block you from exceeding your bandwidth
I.e. you CAN'T exceed their bandwidth. It's not physically possible per your own post.
Well, not yet anyway. But do enough of this, and the day is coming when we'll see heterosexuals being as illegal as mexicans.