Umm Yea. This already happens. Schools often ask for immunization records before allowing students in.
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A mere imposter if that is the case. Yoda would say something like "Offline cyber attack knocks Saudi Armaco hmmmmmm"
The commercials were the best.
If you start me up!
An exception 08 has occurred at 0323:C23776D in VxD DiskTSD(03) * 00002848.
This was called from 0323:C2378D7 in VxD voltrack(04) * 00000000. It may be
possible to continue normally.
* Press any key to attempt to continue.
* Press CTRL+ALT+RESET to restart your computer
That's strange. When I listen to the sound of bubble sort all I hear is one of my college professors threatening to hunt me down and kill me in my sleep if I ever use it.
I just hear my bong.
"One of the most difficult challenges solar sails face is trying to deploy enormous but fragile spacecraft from extremely small and compact structures. We can't just attach a giant, fully spread sail to a rocket and launch it into space. The journey would shred the sail to pieces," said Dean Alhorn, NanoSail-D principal investigator and aerospace engineer at the Marshall Center."
Space is always described as "hostile" - since solar sails are believed by some to be the only feasible option for interstellar space travel, which will require them being in space for a long time, what are the plans for improving their durability? It seems over time they would be shredded.
Is RFID being used when it shouldn't? Is it really that much more difficult to swipe your card than wave it? My US passport really should not be broadcasting anything, it should be swiped since there is no need to read my information from afar. If we limit the use of RFID to tolls and package tracking etc where it makes sense to read information without any human interaction, many of the privacy issues can be prevented.
'The cat is out of the bag, this issue affects about 40 different apps, including the Windows shell,'
That sounds really bad!
'The cat is out of the bag, this issue affects about 40 different apps, including the Windows shell,' he tweeted
Oh, doesn't seem so bad now...
I chose SSD for my "thing" in 20 questions all the time, now Sandisk has ruined it!
It's a thing.
Q1: Is it smaller than a breadbox?
Q2: Is it around the size of a postage stamp?
Q3: does it weigh less than a paperclip?
Is it a SSD?
Yes! Damn you Sandisk! You'll rue the day!