I wish we could find a way to make the honeymoon last forever. Maybe a way to identify and blacklist bad actors before they can create damage.
That sounds like a perfect plan. And I'm sure that the identifying and blacklisting of bad actors would be awesome during the "honeymoon" period when it is introduced. Enthusiastic participants will make it a great alternative.
And then, once it gets popular, the assholes will show up...
Because, depressingly, Uber drivers are more accountable, better trained, and better supervised than TSA agents.
They are also slightly better baby sitters than a pack of starving, rabid jackals.
Should that 4000Mbps be 4Mbps? Even that seems high, as I believe that 1080p = 5Mbps, but 4Gbps seems way overboard.
And this is why you don't work for Verizon.
I have found professors who are fresh out of the trenches often fail to comprehend, the following.
1. These students are taking more than just His class.
2. Chances are the class is required. Meaning most of the students don't have too much interest in the class.
3. The students are filled with other concerns then just that class. Finding a girl/boy friend, trying to keep on on what he should socially be.
4. Because he specialized in that topic for so long, there isn't any empathy on the fact that people just don't get it, the first time.
And what the students fail to comprehend is this:
That's. Their. Problem.
This isn't Kindergarten. Nobody is there to hold your hand. Just because you paid for the class doesn't mean that anybody owes you a passing grade. If you can't be bothered to pay attention to class, or don't think it's important, or just don't like the professor, then _you_ get to deal with that. If you can't, then you're going to fail.
And if "But I have other classes!" is the best excuse that you can come up with, then you're going to deserve it.
Great. Now we get a dozen unknown chemicals to replace it.
There's nothing "unknown" about crisp, refreshing Strontium-90.
Pepsi should also advertise "Contains No Radioactive Nuclear Waste".
No... they shouldn't
I'm afraid that I'm bound by too many non-disclosure agreements to explain why, but legally speaking that wouldn't be a good idea for them.
"Of course, we would have liked to bring our great products to new cities, but we structured this deal so that if the government didn't agree, we could walk away"
"...and besides, fuck you."
If you have your phone set to connect to any available network, re-connect to wifi networks you have joined before, and to continually broadcast those SSIDs one by one until it receives a response, then don't be surprised to get owned every now and then you're following the 802.11 standard correctly.
If your phone is set to connect to networks with names like "attwifi" or "xfinitiwifi", then... well, that's what it will do.
Actually, after giving the article another read-through, I think I got it wrong in the summary.
Are you sure you're a Slashdot submitter?
Oh, I see you're new here. Don't worry, after a while you'll stop caring about having anything correct in the summary at all.
I would call chemical dependence, i.e. addiction, to be a pretty negative side effect. Wouldn't you?
Hundreds of millions of caffeine users couldn't give a shit.
Apparently you have never met any of them when they haven't had their fix yet.
"It provides better security against malware and zero days for Windows 10 by blocking anything other than trusted apps—which are apps that are signed by specific software vendors, the Windows Store, or Lenovo
There. Fixed that for you.