What are you worried about? They waste their own money doing something stupid? They find out that you need an apartment with a good skylight or balcony to really pull this off well? They find out corn isn't actually a super-efficient all-purpose source of food and ethanol its advertised as by big agricultire? Or maybe deep down inside, the part about this that really bugs you that you can't admit to yourself is the nagging fear that "city folk" might learn to grow their own food and then the one last thing justifying generations of isolation and bigotry promoted by "country folk" will simply evaporate along with all of Monsanto's revenue?
Also, I'm pretty sure Home Depot sells at least half a dozen variations on this product already.
Its a big park and facial recognition tech has come a very long way. Also, in California, FastPass as well as various police agencies have been (possibly illegally) logging license plate numbers and processing them with licence plate recognition tech for some time now. Chances are even if you DID pay for everything in cash they still know who you are within a few minutes of entering their property, unless you drove your own car and parked it in their lot, in which case they know as soon as you approach the gate.
Yea dude, super old news but the on-ride photos at Disneyland can now be emailed to you. You just type in your email on a touchscreen at the end of the ride.
Hah, nice shout-out to Pomona, but Google Maps says that bar is in St. Louis.
Seconded, but we're still largely failing at both.
Who can say, while the "Invisible Hand" is too busy giving out Holland Tunnel Hand-jobs at $50 a pop to regulate the economy?
They emphatically do not screw around with this... which leads me to wonder who would be dumb enough to risk the ire of authorities and property owners by pulling such a stupid stunt.
If I were a betting man, I'd place my money on unsupervised 12-year-olds.
I think that as good as it sounds on paper, bringing back the days of super-literal, highly gameable Netscape-style search behavior probably isn't what you really want. I think that the search engine you're really looking for is probably just Google's from 10 years ago, or Google's now, but while logged-in so you can disable some of the more annoying new features; Like the one where it tries to auto-predict every search text to match the most popular celebrity wardrobe malfunction incident in current news headlines.
While I'll give you that is technically true in some sense for individual releases of most distros, its actually not true for all of them because not all of them work on a cycle of individual separate releases.
This is irrelevant anyway though because the important point here is that you don't have to pay to upgrade when its Linux. Also, unlike Microsoft, Linux distros typically don't have partnerships with commercial hardware vendors who have vested interests in purposefully obsoleting hardware. While sometimes support for older/rarer hardware gets removed from Linux accidentally or for lack of testing resources, its largely true that you can still with little or no tweaking run even a current fresh release of most Linux distros on hardware from even earlier than the year 2000. I know this to be true because I frequently do it for fun. I'm sick. Help me please.
I don't use Windows, so.. nope.
You really gotta run that cron job with XFS. I know, its undignified, but XFS is really old.
Yea, sure, if you omit "doesn't randomly corrupt filesystem on reboot" from the list of mandatory requirements.
BTW ha-ha to all you all you guys who pushed EXT4 before it was ready for prime-time while making fun of those of us still using XFS or ReiserFS. Whose filesystem buried their inodes in the back yard now, huh?
If you don't want systemd then in your
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