She was in Texas though. She just needed a bigger buckle.
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It would be like somebody selling Softlanding Linux System floppies.
They won't send such a notice unless they're told to by a court (or the lawsuit vs. recall formula).
How would a manufacturer force people to upgrade the unlock mechanism in the cars?
In other news - batteries have firmware.
Where is the "When Mark Shuttleworth force-fed Unity down my throat" option?
Except in this case, they aren't giving you a CD-R to replace the one they damaged. They're giving you an unwritable CD, that only costs $0.12
The issue is that the replacement system is of *lesser* spec than some of the models that were replaced. We're not even talking equivalent models that have since been upgraded. In my case, I lose 2GB RAM, 1 entire core, and the quality/(comparative real-world) speed of the CPU is lower.
It's almost like there's some kind of Application Programming Interface layer there. Wouldn't that be new and interesting?
I've watched a good deal of the calculus videos. They are very good. He does a great job explaining things.
I even donated a few bucks. I suggest doing the same. It's well worth it.
Plus the whole breaking into voicemail boxes thing.
At one point, Richard Garriott declared himself to be ruler of the moon, based on him being the only non-government entity to own anything physically on the moon.
It's a shame he doesn't make that claim more public.
No, that is not stylish. It looks like every other watch/gadget combination.
It's ugly. Just like all the others ever have been.
I'm not familiar with how Switchvox determines the strength of a password, however...
It should strike everybody here as obvious that '1234' on an account '1234' would be a poor password. I could say with some confidence that 'apple' would be universally considered to be a poor password, just based on it being a common dictionary word.
Unfortunately, there are many people who don't share this understanding. It most certainly isn't unique to VoIP.