Parent is probably referring to Cosmic ray visual phenomena
[quote]Unlike a desktop OS, browser, or other software, the DiskStation does not normally remind you to do this. You have to check manually.[/quote]
It's trivially easy to set up a Synology NAS to email/sms/skype/etc you about both OS and package upgrades being available, at least on the versions of DSM I've used.
Depends on who you ask. Their excuse here is that they're not wiretapping anything, they're just playing 'Marco Polo' with your phone while moving around so they can triangulate where you are so then they can get a warrant. Supposedly, they aren't listening to your calls (not that you'd have any way of verifying that or even challenging it in court) so it doesn't count as wiretapping. In reality, this is taking a page out of the NSA's playbook and trying to skirt the law on a technicality.
There are definitely hybrids that could be considered chick-magenets. The McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder come to mind. The problem with them is that their price tags are of the "if you have to ask..." variety.
jet engines are for flying, any other use is stupid
I respectfully disagree. (1 minute video, worth a watch if you haven't seen it)
Happened to my 92 Plymouth Laser. I was driving home from work, pulled into the left turn lane, pushed in the clutch and brake to stop for the light, and she just died. I thought it had stalled so I tried to restart but it wouldn't turn over. Timing belt had about half a dozen teeth stripped off it, so the pistons were wedged up against some of the exhaust valves. I hadn't put a lot of miles on that belt (short commute) but it hadn't been replaced in about 5 years and so I guess that was enough time to weaken it. Took a lot of hours to remove and reinstall the head, and having the valvetrain fixed wasn't cheap, but she lived for a few more years before I had to let her go.
Still miss that car though. She was buckets of fun to drive. Sometimes I daydream about finding an old 1G DSM to restore, but there just aren't that many kicking around these days. Oh well.
There really isn't. It's because special/delivery instructions aren't read by anyone sorting the packages, they're read by the drivers. And by that point, your box is already on a truck and in your neighbourhood. So they will almost always attempt delivery once because it helps keep the driver's delivery rate up.
Source: I worked for UPS (which stands for "Ur Package... Somewhere?") ~10yrs ago.
...which is why those hardcore libertarians running Sweden are counted "among the countries with the least problems," right?
Canada would have as much if not more problems getting oil export terminals set up in Vancouver BC or their east coast ports.
Oh don't worry, that fight has already been ongoing for almost a decade. We should find out this year weather or not it's being greenlit.
Another reason I'm wary of vets is how so many of them respond when they hear about raw feeding dogs.
Most vets make quite a lot of money pushing sponsored foods (Science Diet, etc), so they balk when you feed them anything else. Food is a good sized reoccurring expense for a pet, so why wouldn't a vet want to take a cut? The reality is, those specialty vet foods are generally worse than almost anything you can find at a dedicated pet food store (yet still above what you'll find at most supermarkets - that shit should just be labeled "Animal Cruelty in a Bag"), and almost certainly worse than raw diets.
Most of which came from Alberta (North Texas).
2011 election, Tory seats won:
All four western provinces: 72
The land of Oil and Evil and Oil (aka Alberta): 27
Like Texas, everything is bigger in Alberta. Including, apparently, our votes.
It's not a replacement website, it's actually just a Chrome extension that appears to helpfully mangle the official website.
Now the real question is, which is more like Canada, Minnesota or Maine?
Google can tell us!
"Poutine in Maine" -> 86 results
"Poutine in Minnesota" -> 78 results
Sorry Minnesota... Looks like Maine gets to be our 11th province!
You're missing context. When the PS4 was first announced, one of the questions people had was "backwards compatibility?" to which Sony replied "Not natively, but just wait for our streaming service!" Thus, it was widely speculated that, to both fulfill a fan feature wish AND bootstrap a new service, Sony would support adding previously-purchased games to your streaming account.
They're already here.