Classic Quake on a big screen tv? Yes please!
Classic Quake on a big screen tv? Yes please!
Eh, I block ads on the DNS level on my home network. Only sites I use on my phone are none or minimal ads.
Want me to see ads mixed in wtih your content? Serve up the ads yourself...
If it was true, then it would be testable. To date, no person claiming WiFi allergies have been able to tell you when wifi is on or off.
Most of the people using these "Financial Advisers" and paying 0.5% to 1% of their retirement portfolio are only really getting standard advice that is available on just about any mainstream stock market 101 for retirement website. It really isn't worth the fee unless you can't be bothered to do basic reading. For financial advisers this is just a gravy train. There is no "Artificial Intelligence" behind it. You could get the same thing off of a simple spreadsheet.
Sad thing is a modern Camry or Civic has more horsepower than my Porsche.... of course, mine is a '65 356 C coupe, so it isn't hard to beat 75hp and a 0-60 time of 16 seconds...
But yes, Porsches are for driving. That is why for a VERY long time there were no cup holders in the car. You shouldn't be drinking your coffee - you should be *driving*.
A "hardware failure" forced the shutdown of several Vax processing systems
There, fixed that for you...
For someone trying to bypass firearms laws, the important part is whichever one is legally deemed the "firearm", usually the receiver. You can buy barrels, recoil springs, magazines, grips, sights, and all sorts of other fiddly bits as spare parts, which are legally no different than a spare tire for your car. If you designed a 3d-printed receiver that worked with existing spare parts, you've worked around those pesky laws. (I personally find that law, at least, to be quite reasonable, but some people seem to want to work around it as a matter of principle).
How is followign the law trying to bypass a firearm law? While making for your own self is legal, it is NOT legal if you are a "prohibited person" when it comes to firearm ownership.
And of course, to the person who's actually interested in shooting guns, rather than writing angry comments about them on the internet, the important part is whatever breaks most readily on your particular gun and needs replacement. I expect historical firearms shooters would be quite interested in being able to print parts once considered disposable, or which frequently are damaged, like clips. Or better yet, print brass casings for all those guns whose cartridges are no longer produced. There are many, many guns in collections that can't be fired not because they are old or damaged, but because the ammunition is so scarce. (There are many more problems than just forming the brass, obviously, and I don't think 3D-printing is a particularly good solution for it, but maybe I'm wrong and 3D printing will eventually help).
Forming brass is trivial if there is a suitable parent case. Suitable can mean "same diameter rim and case head size and perfectly straight". Of course you need accurate case dimensions but you can cast the chamber and take measurements if you have something totally unknown, and then have a custom set of forming and reloading dies made. Unfortunately, the really weird stuff is primer dependent - the various obsolete rimfire rounds (44 rimfire for old Henry rifles, etc) or pinfire rounds.
But even pre-google newsgroups were available via web browser and services like Deja News
Except in West Virginia. If you are not doing the speed limit or below, it is your own neck you are risking.
One of the FB gun buying/selling/trading groups that is for my local city is now known as the "awesome pony trading group". And posts are all edited to reference equines, saddles (holsters) and tack (ammo)
and ip addresses, and actual uplink cables...
What about the quality of the course? Not just the content, but how it is organized, how it is taught/facilitated, etc? I know that QualityMatters is out there, but is "certifying" a course as being QM compliant enough?
??? Pretty sure it is 3 sats... one for each plane (X, Y, Z) of course, with the selective degradation (is that still on?) more sats give you more accuracy since there will be a smaller window of overlap
Does your PC have ant hills inside? Maybe you need to install the Fluffy Teddy Bear unit again?
GPS is simple triangulation. Works just fine on a flat surface. Of course, the earth isn't *flat* like a piece of paper, it is flat like a pizza - generally flat but kinda bumpy in areas. We still have elevation changes otherwise there wouldn't be mountains and valleys.
The Wright Bothers weren't the first to fly. They were just the first not to crash.