Don't just look at "violent" crime rates. Look at property rates too. NYC is one of the lowest out there regardless of size. What source are you using? in 2012 per the UCR database, of agencies in populations > 100K NYC ranked # 97 in violent crime rate and #272 in property crime rates (both out of 287 reporting) For murders it is #131, Even robbery (as opposed to burglary) it is only ranked #74.
and use up all free space. repeat again. Assumes you are saving things to internal "sdcard" and not the external.
So.. you mean I might live to see a 35" monitor with over 300 dpi? (ok, I'll settle for a doubling of the current 100dpi).
You need to look at crime stats on a per 100K basis. NYC is lower than not just "big" cities but also small ones of the 100K variety.
less crime? OK. clearner air? compared to....? NYC is a big place - its not just Manhattan or the upper East (or West) side. In fact, you might make the argument in reverse when it comes to NYC, that lower "skilled" workers are clustering there and getting the benefits described.
Why not use the already installed electrical wiring? Not that every room needs internet connection anyway. Or does the taxpayer really need to make sure little Johnny and Susie can check their social media while in class?
I included the word "doom" in a post and it did not go to the newsfeed. Changed the word and then it goes. Nazis would be thrilled to see this.
just about every field above burger flipping requires specialization. Are you going to ask Joe Blow about your corporate tax accounting needs? Or are you just going to drop by Intel and see if you can lend a hand with some microcode? Work is becoming increasingly specialized across all fronts, time to get used to it.
unfortunately not as evidenced by the mistake.
So basically it sounds like anything using the wpa_supplicant code may do this? I can understand why it may be necessary for a hidden network, don't understand why the connecting party would ever transmit anything about past connections for public networks. Isn't SSID included in the beacon every 100ms or so?
Here is a standard one:
This electronic communication originates from Lawyer A&B, LLP. This
communication and any file transmitted with it contain confidential and
protected information, which may be subject to the attorney-client
privilege, or otherwise be protected against unauthorized use. This
communication is also subject to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act,
18 U.S.C. Sec. 2510-2521. The information herein and any file transmitted
with it is transmitted in this form based on a reasonable expectation of
privacy. See ABA Formal Opinion No. 99-413. If you are not the intended
recipient of this communication, you are hereby notified that any
retention, dissemination, distribution or copying is strictly prohibited.
If you have received this message in error, please advise the sender by
immediate reply and delete the original message.
Emphasis added. There is nothing there about reading the message - that is assumed as there would not be a reasonable way to determine you are not the intended recipient.
And here you can read about what happens when you keep credit card statements sent to you when you are not the intended recipient.
An even better solution is for police to finally start giving tickets out to bike riders who fail to obey traffic laws.
The heart disease more than likely was already in place and led to the weakness he felt in the years after the accident.
At least every lawyer type e-mail I get has a giant disclaimer at the end if you are NOT the intended recipient. Perhaps GS should have considered using that? Over paid dopes.
I'm generally good at picking up sarcasm but missed it in your post, lost in the sea of do-gooder posts.