Start with mining orbital junk before heading out to the asteroids. Must be plenty of useful metals and minerals to recover via automatic factories.
Would this protect the card?
Automate your servers so you can focus your time elsewhere. I use Cfengine.
Start with some books on photography. "The digital photography book" 1,2 and 3 by Scott Kelby helped me a lot. This assumes you want a DSLR. You might start with a point and shoot. There is a great market for used photography gear. Buy used and learn as you go.
So many people die from cars being driven by people now it could hardly be worse.
If some sort of white listing approach worked then I think that the current batch of AV products and their subscription based sales would be obsolete. Thus I don't think the makers of the current AV products are keen to invent something better.
I'd rather see something innovative rather than another AV product that is never up to date and always slowing down the system. I'd like to see the current pattern matching approach scuttled. There has to be a better way. What about a serious look at white listing?
I believe that the UBB plan had little or nothing to do with limited bandwidth. Bell and Rogers own TV channels and networks. They own both content and the means to distribute it. Enter new enterprises that offer content over the Internet, Netflix. I believe UBB is really about keeping control of content and eliminating any content competitors.
Impressive but, can it be untethered? If so, for how long?
In the demo the author uses a password to login via SSH. In the documentation I see no option to use a private key.
Money is the motivation. Very likely in the form of Multiven. Mr. Alfred-Adekeye the founder and CEO of Multiven.
Red Hat is rewriting RHEV to be all open source and will no longer require Windows. I work with it for close to a year.
Observations make it look like there might be some sort of water cycle going on on Mars. Now the question is can existing probes provide further evidence? If not is new probe required? If there was a human presence on Mars they could mount an expedition to investigate.
It's hard to put humans into space but, humans are so much more adaptable to changing mission parameters.
You are failing to realize that the ball is in the recording industry's park, and the potential artist has no other real options.
How about get a day job? You make it sound like artists are homeless and destitute. Perhaps they are, as the saying goes, 'starving' but there is always another job out there. It may not be as glamorous as a record deal but there is still a choice to be made.
The RIAA is not fully to blame here. If I don't like a work contract I get it changed or walk away. If someone is too eager to be famous to take the time and negotiate I can hardly feel sorry for them.