A cheap solution to avoid catastrophic loss of one of a kind, but not valuable, data/
I text all of the time at stop lights, and I don't feel the least bit bad about it.
How else am I supposed to watch HBO?
What resolution do we think that government satellites can do?
Most of the time, it is an automated message saying that the call may be recorded from their side. Can I just respond back to the automated message that the call may be recorded from my side?
Has been pretty solid for about a year now. Only requiring one or two reboots over that time, and I think that had to do more with the cable modem.
As an attorney, I totally understand this.
Considering most of our job is writing, I'm amazed at how poorly most people understand Microsoft word. I am not an expert, but if you don't even know what style sheets are or how to insert a cross reference, you are creating SO much more work for yourself as you try to "clean-up" the document later.
But as attorneys who are getting paid by the hour, there can be short term benefit (more billable hours) to this inefficiency.
Oh thank god. All this time I was thinking that no storage device is 100% reliable and here you come along and shatter that view. Thank you David_Hart for assuring me that SD cards are 100% reliable and never experience data loss. I am switching to SD cards for all of my backups from now on; both at home and at work! I am sure my boss will love how much money I saved him by switching from costly tape and off site providers to simple SD cards. THANK YOU!
Don't be a tool.
No one is saying you keep your one copy of the nuclear launch codes on a SD card. He is saying they have become relatively inexpensive removable storage and that most phone makers outside of apple have acknowledged this.
I think drug dealers would love driverless cars. No one to arrest. You could say the "owner", but much harder to prove.
Can they use a standard dimmer knob, or do you have to replace it with something else?
maybe some, but they ran fiber right to my room in a 100 person apt building in NYC in about 2010.
Eh, I consent to a search BECAUSE I have nothing to hide, and then get on with my life.
And I'd imagine a few others based on state constitutional protections, but now it is a federal rule. Seems to be the right decision, but it will be interesting to see if some states put up systems to fast track search warrants now to speed up the process, thereby lowering the amount of judicial review.
Any change to the law has to start with a lower court ruling somewhere.
Most jobs of any significance require you to give your finger prints up anyway. Not a big deal if they want to put my ID photo in the big computer as well.