It's common to have polarity, but not directionality. It's always been common to have them denoted in some way (usually a white stripe on the jacket, or gold/silver wire, etc). This denotes your "common" and your "signal" (alternating). Polarity is different than directionality. The arrow would indicate that a signal travels through better one way than another, which would mean your cable is acting as a diode. If that doesn't fail spec I don't know what would.
Well great, now when someone says "Free as in Beer" I'll still wonder what kind of free they mean.. . .
Yes it still has privacy controls similar to CM Privacy Guard. That was one of the points in their launch demo. The 1080p screen I'm actually ok with. It's plenty resolution for a 5" screen and better on the battery, though I'd also agree that it's not a major bragging point spec wise.
Considering the number that die smacking into windows and windmills, I can't imagine this has to do with intelligence. They might avoid the noise?
Mandatory mode? Mine runs a modular radio system which I can operate on any band I choose, including digital over cellular if I so desire. It also runs open source software on open source hardware, so it's pretty easy to control what "modes" it can operate on. This isn't something that can be controlled by a dictating rules to a few commercial manufacturers, though I don't know if statistically that may solve the majority of the problem. They're not hard or expensive to build. The flight controller is nothing more than an arduino with an accelerometer and (optional) GPS.
You probably want a Sriracha mode on there too. It's my understanding that Sriracha makes everything better. Even Pizza Hut offers it as an option now.
This is the image that came to my mind when I read this heading.
I would say there's one BIG difference.
The employee working at EA is doing so for a considerable salary. His wife may not feel the money is worth his sacrifices (and I agree, but to each their own). Because of that, he has a choice, and can easily move to a different job, even if he does have to take a pay cut, and have a good quality of life.
The employee at the clothing company may be 12, may be a single mother with no skills, etc, and the job is held over them as a means of survival. They may NOT have a choice if they have grown accustomed to eating, even if it is only rice and beans.
It's really not a comparison in any way.
Information that could make civilians more dangerous to police or military should not be available to civilians at all, obviously
Obviously! We wouldn't want the ability for the peasants to stand up to a rogue dictatorship. The police and military should not have to fear repercussions from their actions against against the undesirables. Let the ruling class do whatever they want, as history has repeatedly shown, as long as I can still get a Big Mac and watch American Idol!
Government entities and proponents of such love to use the "If you're not doing anything wrong, you have nothing to worry about" argument, but shouldn't the same be said of police, military, and others that we grant the authority to "rule" over us? What about information that makes the police or military more dangerous to us?
It's available on Amazon's App store for 99 cents! I'll give it a shot. I have a few thousand coins to cash in.
I want to try this! Where did it go?!
This is the most fun! And it's truly a battle of minds, not reflexes. We did this in an AI class in college. It was just a trivial game, but the last day of the project was battling all of our AI's out in a tournament. We literally just sat and watched our AI compete. Probably less of a spectator sport, but so much better than a traditional programming contest where fast and dirty is the goal.
Arrows have fins, but they still spin for the same reason a bullet does. To have a bullet that doesn't spin, they also would require a special gun (which this article specifically states is a standard rifle).
Missouri is one. I'm not sure the specifics, but typically you'll see a "Tax1" and "Tax2" on the receipt. Most cities do not exempt anything, but the state sales tax is exempted from basic groceries. It's not usually itemized what gets what taxes, but if you buy a $1 grocery item, you'll often find that the total is $1.04, instead of $1.08 (random examples based on local municipality taxes). The city tax is still charged, but the state tax isn't.
I don't know that it's just here. I think most people are good and honest, but there's enough assholes to ruin a program like this for everyone. They'd have to have credit cards attached or something, or it would be a matter of weeks until someone either stole or destroyed them all. Unfortunately it would be the