3. Flush anybody questionable with 2-5 days of IV vitamin C 80,000 mg tid, 50,000 iu vitamin D3 per day, selenium and zinc. These kill viruses.
The people I have seen who don't know how to use computers
Yeah, there's one guy I always tease about pants because once he stood up and was only wearing shorts. Scared me for a second.
Now imagine that in 4K!
Anyways, that's just it... there's no social pressure without eye contact. It is too tempting to websurf during a teleconference.
Well, that's why we need those new and better graphics cards - for real-time generation of a sufficiently believable artificial face of you "looking" into the camera.
People living in South Korea and Japan get to enjoy gigabit bandwidth - and they are relatively cheap too!
I thought the Scots were supposed to be cheap, not Koreans and the Japanese?
According to Swearingen, the likely solution to internet trolls will be a combination of things. The expansion of laws like the one currently on the books in California, which expands what constitutes online harassment, could help put the pressure on harassers. The upcoming Supreme Court case, Elonis v. The United States, looks to test the limits of free speech versus threatening comments on Facebook. "Can a combination of legal action, market pressure, and societal taboo work together to curb harassment?" asks Swearingen. "Too many people do too much online for things to stay the way they are."