In other news, scientists have discovered that the sun rises in the east and sets in the west.
Betteridge's law of headlines at play! There's no faster way to deliver a nuke than a SLBM on a depressed trajectory. Until this is not the case, nuclear-powered attack submarines (which can stay submerged for months at a time) will be indispensable to a nuclear-armed nation.
Why do they need to see the decrypted packet payloads? Surely throttling could be done based on a device's behavior (e.g. bandwidth used) without having to know exactly what the user is doing.
And nothing of value was lost.
Oh this is great, one more game I can play without rebooting into Windows. Now I need to cut out from work early to play.
I think the core of it lives on in products like Google Docs and Spreadsheets.
The whole point of getting people into an office together is so that they can communicate and get work done faster than if they were all telecommuting. I think headphones hurt that, it's annoying to have to tap people on the shoulder to ask them something. Obviously you shouldn't bug people if you don't have to, but this applies with or without headphones.
Oh that's true! Thank God for that.
If Postgres is on par with Oracle then it has fallen a long way.
Look at the date on the PAPI NOTAM: it is after the crash. The plane took out the PAPI lights.
Correcting myself: there are other non-visual approaches (GPS for example) that could have been flown with the ILS out, but these require more work and given the weather conditions a visual approach would be chosen by most pilots.
Your emphasis is on the wrong runway. He was on runway 28L, the glide path component of the ILS was out of service, thus he would have been flying a visual approach. The PAPI lighting (giving a visual cue about the glide slope) was working at the time. Even if the ILS was working I'm sure many pilots would have opted for a visual approach given the perfect weather conditions.