Eh, there's a fair number of power users who could step up in case of necessity. It's not just neckbeards and grandmas out there.
They could gas the rats...
The City of London was well within reason to ask them to look at whether one of their users was violating their terms, and all they had to do was say "no". RTFS
Personally, I'm an an American and I consider you an idiot.
This is a known problem/solution. Adafruit sells a good converter.
South Jersey is a different planet from North Jersey.
Not Grar! enough. Same reason all the Pentagon flunkies are riding the Metro in camo.
The one in Baltimore just installed its digital projector about a month ago. Coincidentally, I saw a (digital) documentary there about the history of drive-ins that claims there's a bit of a resurgence lately. It's called Going Attractions.
You want to change the prison system? Introduce some rich people to it.
If MIT is at all serious about implementing any reforms to stop this kind of tragedy from happening again, it must stop objecting to the release of information about the case. Which they will probably do, now that they got "ahead of the story."
What, you don't expect them to simply copy legitimate data, do you?
Indeed. I'm sure everyone is scrambling to see if they have a patent that Apple hasn't licensed. Weee! Free market at its finest!
There is no 'Anonymous.' It's just a term that's been widely co-opted. Sort of like 'Al Qaeda.'
It's really an end-around the ridiculously litigious society we live in. The kit isn't quite chemical free. It doesn't ship with any, but the experiments utilize common household chemicals.
Ditto that. In the Mid-Atlantic, it's pretty good. From what I hear about NYC and the West Coast, not so much.