Please explain why a MacBook wouldn't be compliant while running Windows or Parallels? I'd like to explain that to my friend running Windows CAD software on his...
" (Assuming we aren't watching a movie or some other profoundly stupid thing.)"
I could be mistaking, but I'm pretty sure a streaming service already knows what people are watching. Can anyone bring those guys into the 21st century with a cluebat?
Dropping boiling oil on people?
Because nuclear is bad?
Nuclear power is much cleaner than coal, I don't know if Hydro is cleaner (what we have in Quebec), but CANDU reactors are clean (they can burn other reactor's waste).
I really don't understand the fuss about nuclear energy
while running Chicago build 437
Mod me down to hell if you want, but I remember when Yahoo was the big search engine. I remember seeing a friend's PC doing the smooth transitions because he had win 95's fun pack or something, and he was using Yahoo (and I kept telling him to use hotbot)
(I was still using OS/2 at the time with with win 3.11 wfw)
Seriously. (and it's not only in US). If *any* person did the same thing, the courts would be all over them. But when NSA or CSIS do it it's OK?
This is not different from standard taxis (at least in Montreal). The permit is over 200,000$, so the drivers still have to work their ass off to make a little money.
This is (again) lobbying instead of competing. Uber is not the first victim. Aereo was pretty much shut down, and there are countless other examples.
What about taxi companies writing their own applications and provide the same service?
"What makes you believe that trains require any less security checks than a plane? Sure, today that might be the case but when you think about it both are equally vulnerable to terrorist attacks"
You can't fly a train into a building. Besides, a terrorist attack on a train won't have the same psychological effect (which is kinda the goal of terrorists)
I guess OEMs are keeping them alive as big companies are switching to alternatives
My school had Apple ][ computers (don't remember if they were 2e or 2+), school manager had a 3.
Guess what I learned programming on? (that and my C64)
As a previous poster said, close the doors (like the fire system did back in the '80s in my school). It shouldn't be too hard to tie the detectors into the fire alarm system, just basic electronics.
So sue them for 12 billion dollars like they do for music downloaders. (or is it just for big corporations?)
They're in violating of the DMCA
Wait, they're ISPs so it doesn't apply