It's not a good day to drink before 9am.
It's not a good day to drink before 9am.
But we cant show it to you, its a privet.
I have had this mouse for ages, closer to 10 years than 5. I went looking for a replacement on the off chance that this one died and found that they now go for 300$ new in the box!
Its a trap! They are trying to kill us all!
Even in a westernized country 40euros a day will keep you drinking for free. That's more than enough incentive to add a bitcoin bot to your software. The real fun will start when you have more than one of these bitcoin bots fighting for your CPU time. Current malware will pale in comparison to bots who's only goal is to run your computer balls out.
Kopy worries that as teens get their driver's licenses, texting on the road will become more prevalent
Age has nothing to do with it, there aren't many teenagers plowing their SUVs into other cars on the highways during rush hour (more like 4 hour crawl). Its the 9 to 5 cube jockies and wage slaves who are bored to hell with sitting in traffic for cumulative days of their lives. Teenagers are disruptive hellians but you can't blame them for a problem that existed before they were even eligable to contribute.
Shhh! Keep it down, our healthcare is already in shambles and our education system is laughable, don't take the roads away from me too!
Tricked by raw data? The reader is looking for something very specific, a number linked to an account from which it can deduct a fare. Is it more likely that a string of numbers not in the the expected format satisfies all the conditions that the machine it looking for by accident or is it more likely that this is purpose built in and Mrs Garypie just stumbled onto someone elses scam? It would be trivial to include code that accepts ranges of values that just happen to match the format of federal IDs (wouldn't want to implicate any one by including specific ID numebrs). She was just lucky enough to haver her ID fall between the IDs of people who too much access to federal money and no morals.
It would be very negligent and suspicious if a third party was not brought in to investigate this.
Tesla is renting the cars out at night using Google's self driving technology and Google maps to run a secret taxi service. That guy reported 10-15 miles of charge missing overnights, that could be a few fairs used to pay for more of Tesla's research.
I wouldn't go poking around with a cheap meter in an electric car, the potential to have many thousands of amps turn chinese test equipment into several cubic meters of hot gas is too big. With a slightly more expensive meter (200-300$) you can do clamp on current measurement AND keep all of your body hair!
However I think the people who have the cash for a Tesla might not be the same kind who like to service their own cars. You never see anyone change the oil in their Merc on the driveway. They payed big money for their electric car and it had better work the way it was advertized.
You can make your own passive IR goggles using "congo blue" and "primary red" lighting gels. They work just the same as the ones in TFA but they require about 1kw/m^2 of external incandecent lighting. Not really hospital friendly but they are fantastic for wandering around the neighbourhood in the summer.
Look for Bill Beaty's IR goggles
You can pour a beer through a 1200$ Thinkpad or drop it on a concrete floor without killing it, I know, mine stood up to both. With the quality of Dell hardware I would be afraid to use harsh language around it. Unless their build quality has jumped recently I wouldn't want to spend that much on a "disposable" product.
...but more expensive, with less features and running Ubuntu.
Its another step in the right direction but it is still a long way from bumping MS and Apple from the "full featured" consumer computer market. As much as I hate marketing, it needs to be marketed. Linux doesn't sell itself to the average person, it has to be made to look like the better alternative before any one other than techies will buy it.
The ATF cheaped out on their 3D printer, in other news reports have come in about corner cutting in other branches of the government. More at 11.
You've been Berkeley'ed!