Oh, and I have a Schlage tumbler kit so I can rekey the locks I don't need to carry a key for so I'm only not carrying one key instead of not carrying a dozen.
I have no keychain -- I use my car key when I drive, it has lock and unlock on it. No housekey, I use Schlage keypad locks on all doors. I carry a flashlight and leatherman in my left pants pocket and a folder clipped to my right. I rarely have need of a memory stick.
I also don't use a wallet -- cards, license, cash, etc. just live in my front right pocket.
He fired up 10 concurrent streams of a Game of Thrones episode and found only 29Mbps of connection being used
Yet 25Mbps is the MINIMUM standard of broadband -- because being able to stream only 8 streams of Game of Thrones at one time is indistinguishable from dial up, from a regulatory perspective.
This isn't hard to do -- it simply means that the company will eliminate all jobs making less than $70k and supplement with contracted individuals and companies. It's easy to say that you would pay janitors $70k a year if you don't actually employ any janitors (and wouldn't employ any janitors because you don't want to pay $70k for them).
Pharmaceutical research for neuropsychiatric disorders hasn't produced many breakthroughs lately,
What, you mean like this Parkinson's treatment just approved in January?
I've seen patients with it and without it and it's a stunning difference.
You are a bad country if you were doing it that way. Most spies are not registerd as such. They are people who have a job in an other country and do the spying on the side.
But they do use multiple identities. Grab a new ID and hop a border to a scientific conference, ditch the ID after you get back, and Mr. Bond the consular attache never left the country. Except that Mr. Bond and Dr. Science both happen to have the same...eyeballs? Hmm...
What do you suppose Google actually uses for backhaul in its municipal fiber? OC-192, 10GBASE-ER?
And who do you suppose they buy it from? Cell tower backhaul and dark fiber is a fair revenue generator for major cable companies.
Ah, the efficient use of government resources trumps justice. Must be a first!
This -- in a small organization the CEO reads their email and forwards to the appropriate people. In a large organization the CEO has a team of people that help them with this. Either way, it is likely to get top down (rather than bubble up) attention.
Along the same lines, it doesn't seem difficult to take control of the system while it's actively driving. It's not hard to disengage cruise controls or stop a car using Park Assist or Lane Assist from turning into something not seen by the sensor system. Why is it hard for me to grab the wheel from the "hands" of the auto-pilot in the Google car?
Here's the best example I can think of -- let's say you are the understudy for a radio actor with narcolepsy. You both have the script, you the understudy are following along word for word as the actor is performing. Suddenly the actor falls asleep and the words stop. How many seconds pass before you pick up where he left off? You are as aware and able as you can possibly be without actually anticipating something you can't anticipate, and I believe it would still take me a few seconds to switch myself from simply paying attention to audibly reading words.
Second scenario is the same except that you are both in sound booths reading the words and the actor is the only one with a hot mic. I believe it would be faster for me to be reading aloud with the actor and trigger my mic to go live at the necessary time -- however in doing so I am saving no effort over doing all the reading myself in the first place, so the application to automated vehicles is somewhat limited.
So what you're saying is that when describing the democrats in office from the 1950s onward, when these franchise laws were made, the term democrats is consistent with today's usage? What a twist!
Well, actually it had an uninterrupted string of Democratic governors from 1872 to 1999.
But surely the goggles do something.
United States is shown as:
VIOLATIONS OF USER RIGHTS 12/40
FREEDOM ON THE NET 17/100
OBSTACLES TO ACCESS 4/25
LIMITS ON CONTENT 1/35
But they don't say what these things are and which ones are violated. Without the context and citations the results are meaningless -- I could create the same thing in Paint.
When asking a detailed question about your employer, try not to include enough information that you can actually identify the company with a pretty good degree of confidence. If they find out who you are you might get a good rheeming out.