I changed my PW to a machine-generated chunk of gibberish, and turned on 2-factor ID.
The only alternative is to go to your locality's cable commission, and find out if/when the cable provider's license is up for renewal. Make 100% coverage a non-negotiable requirement for renewal.
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After all, USB sticks don't have much in the way computing power.
I guess you haven't read this article yet.
I have several Philips '60-watt equivalent' bulbs. I paid $14 for them at the Big Orange Box store, and they consume 11W. They are rated at 25,000 hours lifetime.
In keeping with the math above, I would have to buy 1.2 of these bulbs to attain 30K hours, so the bulb 'cost' would be ~$16.80.
The electricity cost would be $33.00, for a total of $49.80, or ~1/4 the cost of operating the incandescent bulb(s).
My utility also offers subsidized purchases of these and similar bulbs; I bought a bunch of Philips BR30 LED floods for $5 each. And unlike the CFLs they replaced, these are dimmable. With the subsidy, these would have a total cost to me of $39.00, or 1/5 the cost of the incandescent.
What I said is what you do for your employer, in the context of this discussion around Terry Childs. Configuring routers and assigning administrative access controls to them is definitely not a personal project, even though Terry acted like it was. He even attempted to copyright his configurations.
Agreed. This is "work product". It belongs to the employer. Scribbles on a post-it that are relevant to what the employer is paying you to do is work product.
It's not yours.
So they won't even let you know why it's unsafe, you just have to take their word for it.
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