How long until the insurance industry decides to sue cities shortening yellow light times?
What do you expect? As usual the administration was more willing to fund equipment, not teaching positions. It made headlines and to the uninformed it read like the admins were giving the students what they need.
How not to get your @ass kicked when you get pulled over by the police - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
Glue/epoxy in a sleeve with a rough outer face to bond to the wood and then the races and bearings?
It's about money.
AC + No references = Did not read.
"Buy here, pay here" are for high risk customers usually. I wouldn't be surprised if the repo rate is significantly higher and if multiple sales of the same vehicle are part of the business model. I also wouldn't be surprised if their financing terms are a "Lease to buy" type thing just to keep ownership of the vehicle in their hands as much as possible.
Exactly. In most cases you don't need the GPS running when the car is off. This will let you know the last location the car stopped. The obvious exception is if the car is towed you won't know but you will know as soon as the car is started up again.
Macbooks aren't as common at my local community college from what I have seen.
If people buy these simply based on price then most are likely to be disappointed. My guess is they will be marketing these towards students which is probably the best angle. Assuming they sell an acceptable number of them then only time will tell us if these keep customers happy for a reasonable amount of time. They'll need to make the upgrade to Windows 10 (and Office ?) free AND easy. They'll need to "just work" and stay that way. If these things things get easily infected with malware, spyware, or something more costly like Cryptowall then all money saved will be lost and then some. Windows has a reputation to fix and I'm just glad it isn't my job to try to fix it.
Blade severs should only be considered when you have space, power, or cooling constraints. They are more expensive and create their own specific issues like you said.
As far as scaling up vs scaling out in a VM cluster. I prefer more smaller nodes over fewer larger nodes. In a two node VM cluster you can't exceed 50% of any resource unless you are willing to deal with oversubscribed resources during a node failure. Well that isn't a very efficient use of equipment. As you add nodes there you can increase the usable percentage of a resources.
Probably. Breaking a business model and breaking the Internet are two very different things but they probably mean the same to him.
This thing is going to put all of the local weathermen out of jobs. I mean how can they predict the weather better than this thing?
I'm not sure using a wiki is really the answer but if you insist then try Dokuwiki. It doesn't get much simpler on the end user side when it comes to using a Wiki.