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I was there in the early 80's. Computer security officer was one of my additional duties at that time. Tempest was a pain in the ass but it was not a secret. There were signs that had to be posted, training that everyone had to have, inspections that had to be done. Power cables had to be separated from data cables and other cables had to only cross at right angles. Lots and lots of paranoia.
I thought I'd miss my 17" too. However, I've found that setting the resolution on the 15" Retina Macbook Pro to same resolution as the old 17" looks even better than the 17 did. It's also a hell of a lot lighter. Try it...you'll like it.
That still exists and works over Thunderbolt now.
It defaults to twice the DPI but can be set to other resolutions. https://www.apple.com/macbook-...
"Native resolution: 2880 by 1800 pixels (Retina); scaled resolutions: 1920 by 1200, 1680 by 1050, 1280 by 800, and 1024 by 640 pixels"
All iMacs can act as an external display for another machine. I'm using two of them for that at the moment. A quick keyboard shortcut switches it from displaying it's own video to displaying the external video. It's called Target Display Mode if you want to google it.
It has Thunderbolt. Attach as many drives as you like.
Nothing you said explains how the Waltons having money is harmful. All you said is you don't think they deserve it.
If you voluntarily paid it then he didn't overcharge you. The price of a good or service is based on what people are willing to pay....period.
I can see you haven't been to Starbuck in MX. The cost is the same as the U.S. It's way expensive.
Interestingly, you can get close to "asynchronous multi-master replication while maintaining relational integrity" using using NetIQ eDirectory. I know a number of huge applications that use it in this way. It's not truly ACID but the multi-master replication is unmatched.
That is actually the way it originally worked. It was changed by the 17th amendment. Senators were selected by whatever means each state wanted to use. Typically, they were appointed. There are a number of people who think the change has had a negative effect in that the Senate no longer functions as an effective moderating influence.
Data roaming is off by default. You have to explicitly enable it.
A small minority of the market thats still an order of magnitude bigger than that of desktop Linux. Your argument makes no sense. While no guarantee of success, being able to hand a "normal" a laptop with your OS loaded and not have their head explode is an important first step. Windows and OS X do a reasonable job of this. Far from perfect but the experience is not too bad for most people. Linux, regardless of distribution, is not there yet. It can be frustrating for highly technical users...much less normals.
Apples gross margin for Q3 2014 was 39.4%. thats a bit better than 20%