Citrix sucks in many ways, but he's smoking crack. I logged into our citrix server from chrome, and I can get into blue cross blue shield from chrome with no problem.
I can't say for sure if it's true for all smart boards (i don't know how many there are) but the one we have in our office is a projector as well. Short throw projector on top of the board. It was actually cheaper going that route than a projector that could do the same resolution too. And it means that we didn't have to try to install a projector on the ceiling or sit it on a table. We use it more for projector than the board aspect but the capability is there.
And who knows what they "have in the works"; because Apple doesn't announce anything until it is a "done deal".
You have a more liberal definition of "done deal" than the rest of the world, methinks. One word: maps. Unless in that case you think a done deal is "sub-part mapping software circa 2001"
Seriously, if the dad thinks his kid is never gonna set tits, pussy, and/or cock, he's deluded.
The problem I see with that is that normal user behavior will kick in; which means if they have to do more work, they won't do it. So they'll hit reply, it'll go to the sender, and that's it. Users will do as little as possible, consequences be damned.
I would hope that by age 13, parents would have instructed their children to have a bit more sense than that. That's fucking middle school.
It really appears they were just flagging anything that had Update in the path anywhere. One of our customers reported this to us. Three of our applications have Update in the file name, so they were flagged, as was their own updater. When I was looking up information about this, I found on the forums that in addition to their own software, they also quarantined, Adobe, Google, and a couple other apps that had update in the name. It isn't even based on JUST the filename. Anywhere in the path caused it to happen.
Like others said, how this could've even made it out of the lab is beyond me.
"just doing their job" is NEVER a valid defense. Especially ones that have signed up to be TSA goons after it has been established that people don't like them.
Which would defeat the point of hands free...
I have the opposite results... Convertible with top down at speed, "Call xxx home" and system says "call xxx home?" and then dials... The only problem is if there are two names that are close, like if I had Jamie and Janie in the phone book, it's questionable how that'd go. But I suppose a last name would likely clear that up.
Actually, it is not necessary at all. Why not default to boot anything and just support secure boot? Suggest that users sign their freshly installed OS and turn it on? Ideally, UEFI itself would have that as an easy to find option and it would sign whatever the currently installed OS is.
Because the majority of users won't do that. Do you honestly think that users, who click yes to anything without reading what software will do, who run "this cute thing" someone emails them, will take the time to sign their OS? It's that whole horse and water thing.
A lot of humans did die out from eating things that they shouldn't have. We learned not to do that. So yes, it is human nature to do it. What's also human nature, however, is for a parent to stop their child from doing it since other dead humans have showed us to not do it. Continued human nature means that the parent might be looking away for half a second, which is all it will take for their child to eat something they shouldn't.
No, the reason we didn't stop 9/11 is because the shrub ignored what he was being told.
The number of people you'll find owning SUVs that actually do anything sporty or utility-like is pretty much a rounding error. The same with people driving pickups. They think they look cool so they buy them. Around here, these tend to also be the people I see in the ditch the most in snow because they think that their vehicle will keep them safe without actually having any driving ability.
I wasn't aware that employees of credit unions are exempt from paying taxes... By providing local employment, that sure seems like providing something to the local economy. I also wasn't aware that if a credit union is building a branch office or remodeling, they get the work done for free. I guess they also get electricity, water, internet, etc for free, thus not contributing to local economy? Shocking stuff to discover...
Credit unions are also not-for-profit organizations, so it isn't quite an apples to apples comparison. Banks exist to create a profit. Credit unions do not.