I'm guessing you not paid attention to the statistics over the past two decades, but the number of black women having more than two children has dropped dramatically. live births dropped in proportion to increase of education and wealth. Maybe your racist ideas are just that.
Those who make peaceful vulnerability discovery impossible will make violent exploiting inevitable.
> then Groupon losses nothing by having stingy payment policies.
Unless those experts sell their exploit to the black market and a successful exploit is carried out against Groupon and it's customers. Then I'd say they have lost something.
Yea, if most people put a traffic shaping rule on their router that limited them to T1 speed they'd go insane these days. Websites have grown huge, PDFs are commonly gigantic, and images are enormous. Oh, and don't even try to do anything with video.
Google fiber is the equivalent of an OC-20 (which doesn't exist per se).
Remember it's not just someone else seeing the data you view or send to the server, it's also about the data that the server sends you.
Data from HTTPS sites is both encrypted and authenticated as coming from someone who has a valid cert for that website, and has very unlikely been altered by your ISP to include ads for example.
Uh, yea, a whole lot.
It doesn't become cloudy instantly everywhere at once in the middle of the day. Generally a front moves in and creeping line of cloudiness moves in to an area at 10-80km/hr Your solar production has a rather slow decrease in production. Even if you wake up in the morning and your entire grid is under clouds, you don't move off your baseline power, and you just ramp it up with normal demand curves.
An eclipse is a 170 mile wide that moves 1,700km/hr. You get plunged in darkness very fast for a few minutes, output sags and other utilities try to ramp up, only to get the influx of solar minutes later when the shadow moves off. You put the system in to oscillations it wasn't designed for.
Yep, it's all possible if you want to pay more on your bill, the exact opposite that you would expect from going to solar.
If you ever study disasters it's very rare that one sensor is the cause, even if it is supplying bad information. It's when the complexity raises that things get tricky and (n) order interactions occur leading to invalid states where your car can suddenly decide that it's taking too hard of right turn on a straight highway pulling you left in to an oncoming semi. A slow drift from normal is far more dangerous to a system than a huge jump.
Body found, no fingers and cell phone missing.
>This really demonstrates that the key to a successful ~~kick starter~~ anything is popularity, not quality.
It doesn't matter how good you are, nobody will know about you, and you won't sell anything if you're a nobody.
Next, before this got too much funding it was an excellent idea to invest in. Cards Against Humanity is a multimillion dollar selling game. Smart-assed card games are a very popular genre.
>His comics kind of all follow the same formula.
And despite what you've been told, that's exactly what people want. People want you to be creative once and create something new, then they want you to stop because familiarity is what people buy.
>drives which can't be "flashed" without setting a physical switch/jumper.
Protects existing kit from updates, but we have heard of supposed intercept programs by the NSA where they capture your hardware in shipping and replace it.
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I'm not the AC trolling you above, but he does have a point. This is my second account. Way, way, way back when the supreme leaders of Slashdot deleted their password database playing with MySQL on the server live. The ISP that had my original email for my