...restricting them to designated areas....you know...a phone booth (call box, or hell...make one look like TARDIS)
if I could afford it, I'd get myself a Tesla Model S
Range is a concern too.
also, some of the other electric cars....are just ugly.
If Tesla can make an electric car that looks as nice and sexy as the Model S, why can't the other manufacturers?
Perhaps, they don't want to or think it won't sell.
Of course, if you make something that people want and at a reasonable price, it wouldn't be a problem.
read the PDF; seemed like they were trying to cover their asses.
There are plenty of articles and editorials that say otherwise:
His lack of finesse and social skills coupled by the complete (technical) incompetence of those at city hall definitely contributed to his downfall.
If I recall, didn't Kamala Harris put the passwords into public record, thus forcing the city IT department to go around and changing passwords on all devices to prevent from someone from "f*cking sh*t up"?
The funny thing is that the statute (California Penal Code Sec. 502(c)(5)) mentions "disrupts or causes the disruption of computer services or denies or causes the denial of computer services" yet....during this whole fiasco, the network was rock-f-ing-solid (at least until the passwords were put into public record without seal).
Not sure why the attorney didn't bring this point up.
If I was Terry Childs, I'd fire the attorney and then sue the city for breach of contract (oddly, for at least the same amount).
Very strange and hypocritical.
Especially since Oracle owns several products that are open-source (some that started off as open source as well).
VirtualBox (it has an open source edition)
Oracle Linux (Oracle repackaged version of RHEL and not started from a company they bought out)
And Oracle Linux is used as a base for the following product lines from Oracle:
Oracle Big Data Appliance
Oracle Database Appliance
I'm sure there's more that people can list....but for me....I don't give a rat's arse about Oracle...shoot, I was rooting for the Kiwi's in the America's Cup and I live in the Bay Area.
Interesting, 800 tickets...1000 by year's end.
Now if every one of those people who got a ticket does a written declaration, the cop would have to write that may written answers to the court or the ticket will be dismissed.
Effectively, eliminating him from writing tickets that stick since he is either spending his time writing responses and not issuing new tickets OR his tickets get easily dismissed.
At least in California, you can do a written declaration first and if that doesn't work, you still have the option of going to court in person.
The citing officer does not get overtime pay for responding to written declarations but does receive overtime for appearing in court.
Depending on the workload of the citing officer, tickets can be dismissed pretty easily.
wait...even the Holy ones?
What about the foam ones? or the ones that are really balloons (but not filled up with anything yet)?
the resealable kind are nice...they can do double-duty: block spies and allow me to go swimming.
note to self: When visiting Moscow, pack mylar bags.
dang...I was about to say the same...
but yea...best way to sanitize is by not using Adobe Acrobat (or Acrobat Reader).
on OSX and many Linux distros have their own builtin viewer ("Preview" in OSX, and "Display" at least on Ubuntu).
Also, you can probably use Google Apps to do the same as well.
well...that doesn't mean Caleb can't make a cameo appearance once in a while...shoot....you need his help for that old VW project we keep hearing about.
Because it does roughly $14K a month right now without much "pimping out to advertisers" (http://hackaday.com/2013/07/01/hackaday-looking-for-a-good-home/)
It is interesting that I mentioned the crowdfunding aspect a few weeks ago when the owner posted that he was looking to sell: http://hackaday.com/2013/07/01/hackaday-looking-for-a-good-home/#comment-1021672
*sigh*....it's before pay-day so I'll have to wait.
crap....so noscript also?
go figure...once they go on test drive....they love it.
sadly, I agree.
The original post about it referred to a page regarding Java6 (which I understand if Oracle wants to EoL it to force most to go with Java7).
Also, from the looks, that original link in that post no longer refers to TZUpdater for Java6 being discontinued but rather says that it is for Java7:
Oh English...better to say what it is for than to say what it is not for, especially after it gets slashdotted.