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Comment: Re:Only 100 mph? (Score 1) 426

by Ksevio (#47434465) Attached to: The First Person Ever To Die In a Tesla Is a Guy Who Stole One
Yes, the speed limit is typically a maximum of 65mph with a few of the big open space states that go up to 75mph. While people typically do drive 70-80, most people don't get experience driving 100, and the traffic certainly wouldn't have been giving way for him to be driving that fast in the left lane so he almost certainly would need to weave around.

Comment: Confusing question (Score 1) 237

by Ksevio (#47409619) Attached to: My most recent energy-saving bulbs last ...
What a confusing question... I have a CFL bulb that's been in use since early 2000's, but it's not my most recent. The most recent would be LED bulbs which definitely haven't failed yet.

I'm sure there's been a few cheapo CFLs over the years that have died, but they're not most recent either and I have no idea how long they lasted.

Given that is asks for my most recent, I'd have to say it's never failed, but the option "Never had one fail" refers to any bulb. Guess 3+ it is

Comment: Re:What does this solve? (Score 1) 118

by Ksevio (#47372387) Attached to: Chinese Company '3D-Prints' 10 Buildings In One Day
That was my thought upon seeing them assembling the rectangular sections on site.

What does seem interesting is the idea at the end of the article of constructing a printer on site and having it print out more interesting shaped houses. In that case, there would be tremendous gains since this machine is very flexible in the patterns it can print. A work crew could spend a few days setting it up, 24h to print the house, then a few days polishing and cleaning up the printer. The roof might take a bit more time, but it could still be useful.

Comment: Re:Fuck IPv6 (Score 1) 305

by Ksevio (#47240397) Attached to: When will large-scale IPv6 deployment happen?
Routers are all so different- sometimes it's "port forwarding", sometimes "virtual servers", sometimes "gaming/applications" or something different entirely, not to mention different languages. With UPnP at least I can tell people "ok click around advanced settings until you see "UPnP", then make that enable" and that will sometimes work. It was a real pain to implement since as you said the documentation is terrible.

Current solution is to send the local ip, ip4 and ip6 of the server to the client, and they try connecting to all of those before more complicated stuff with ports has to happen. Even then there are problems with mobile and third-world country ISPs that issue a different IP per connection because they're doing NAT with multiple IP4s.

If you do something right once, someone will ask you to do it again.