Yeah ours was the Orange but I assumed it was from Taiwan or similar. The case was a simple steel rectangle. Nothing fancy and I thought at the time they had ripped off the firmware.
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My school had a few asian knockoffs of the apple as well.
The Vogons disagreed.
Next time use port 22. Its dead simple.
I have never heard of that place.
some form of ID.
Yes somebody is keeping a list. And anyway, logging air passengers doesn't require a vast database by today's standards.
But is it allowed to break the speed of sound in urban areas?
I wouldn't mind having a phone as thin and light as a credit card. Then it would feel like a... credit card, which you know, feels fine in my hand.
Until you sit on it, forget it's there and run it through the was, or leave it on a pile of paper on your desk that later gets shredded...
Funnily enough similar arguments were made against VLSI microprocessors in the days of mainframes. What if I left my computer in my pants pocket and it got washed?
There is a lot more Methane in the two smaller giant planets.
The only place in the solar system better for balloons is Venus
You forgot the gas giants.
It would be like TinyBASIC or MicroVMS. A temporary solution to take advantage of cheap hardware but a year down the track, good hardware would be cheap enough to run the real thing.
Or more to the point they are more likely to suffer from not learning how to take care of themselves.
At 10 years old I was getting up at 4:30 in the morning to deliver newspapers (1980's Los Angeles County). I would never allow my children to do this today
Why do you think "today" is any different?
How did they get dominant in the first place
Less work to do up front makes it easy to get started. Not your problem if a 100000 line code base is unmaintainable down the track
Yes I agree thats way more secure.