What if I live in Chicago, but only use netflix while out of state?
You are not alone. I'll retire before going to management, which hopefully isn't that far away.
You get paid what you are worth. If you aren't, go elsewhere. If you can't find an elsewhere, you were getting paid what you were worth, and you think too much of your skills.
I'm over 45, and have absolutely no problems getting hired. But then again, I don't just sit on my butt thinking the stuff I knew 20 years ago is highly relevant either. Always learning new stuff, always pushing the boundaries of what I know. Be the best, or die trying.
Bought most from Amazon. They were packaged well, most ran for months without issue. All drives are on a UPS, and two separate power supplies. Failures on both power supplies, while not a single failure yet from the VN000 series that replaced the dead DM001 drives.
I've recovered from failed motherboard RAIDS, but I bought and replaced it with an Intel Raid controller. Different versions, both both were by intel. Absolutely no problems, just reconnect, configure, and boot.
That would be incorrect. I've bought 13 of those drives. So far, 9 of them are dead. None of them bought through newegg.
I think most experienced users know that if a drive is going to fail it will probably do so very early after purchase or years later,
Depends on the drive. I just replaced the 10th or 11th drive in a 13 drive raid array last weekend (3-4 drives remain, because 2 of the replacements also died). All those drives were 6 months - 18months old. The raid array is my own personal array, and doesn't see high volumes of traffic and all drives were originally of the ST3000DM001 model.
You want less traffic deaths? When the light turns red have spikes come up from the ground right before the crosswalk. People will learn to stop before the crosswalk, or they will go broke repairing their car.
Have the people in Dallas been demanding twice as much water per second while lowering the cost per gallon every year? No? So they haven't had to change their infrastructure consistently. Not exactly the same thing. They just maintain it.
If I recall correctly, the P4 was the first chip to allow multiple simultaneous execution. The new compilers just reordered instructions it knew the P4 could execute at the same time (a 100% speed increase). That is what lead to the huge increase in performance. You are most likely misremembering how intel's compilers wouldn't use some of the more advanced techniques on AMD chips because some of the AMD chips lied and didn't correctly implement the features they claimed they did -- which led to poorer performance than they might otherwise.
I didn't mean to say try wee exact equivalent, just PC users have a tendency to turn up the graphic options that simply aren't on the consoles. Considering the current gen consoles are appriximately an ATI 7770, here's a decent comparison: http://gpuboss.com/gpus/Radeon... scroll down to benchmarks and laugh. The 760 blows it away in every benchmark. Just do you don't have to click the provided link, ATI 7770 running crisis 3 @12FPS. 760 running crisis 3 @58FPS. That about sums it up.
But... That 750 will still put any current gen consoles to shame. You just have to turn all the visual goodies down to what you would see on a current gen console and witcher 3 will play just fine.
There is absolutely nothing keeping a NAT router from detecting when a connection to a specific port is asked for from it scanning the local network and sending the packet on to the first computer with that port open. Absolutely nothing, and it would still be a perfectly valid NAT.
they need to let the users choose someone
You mean like we should be able to vote on someone to represent us? They can then appoint someone or a team to then inspect it?
Seems that sounds like a democratic form of government.