The owners manual in my car suggest changing the oil every 7,500 miles. Modern oils and modern engines are much better than the ones that the 3000 mile guidelines developed from. You can "check your number" at the calrecycle web site to see the vehicle manufacturer recommendations.
Did you read any of the other articles in the summary? How about this:
According to the Dignity in Schools campaign, "students of color... are more likely to be suspended and expelled than their peers for the same behavior" and "African American students [are] 3.5 times as likely to be expelled" as whites.
It seems that there IS a racial discrepancy. Should we just ignore it and hope it goes away?
I think you are confusing/conflating the terms patent and copyright. As for being targeted via IP address, just use a VPN. It's not rocket surgery.
Am I mistaken or does this mRemote application store passwords in the clear? That's just plain nuts!
X2Go is also very good.
I don't care about RDP either, but have you ever used NX/X2Go instead of straight X forwarding? I find it is much faster and usable even over slow(ish) connections.
From your statement, you obviously haven't used NX/X2Go. Very fast even over slow connections.
I saw reporting on this on MSNBC (Rachel Maddow's show). I wasn't shocked, though; just disgusted.
I was going to say exactly this, but not as well and less politely. Kudos to you kind sir!
The second part is entirely untrue. If you grew up in the 70's and 80's you would remember that a car owner would feel lucky to get 100,000 miles out of a car. Now, if you don't get at least that many miles, you bought a lemon. Better manufacturing techniques are part of it, of course, but no small part of the increased reliability is computer controlled combustion.
Obligitory xkcd cartoon.
Thanks for the info! I imagine the XDA guys are pretty heavy data users, so that encourages me.
Then compile it out of the kernel in embedded applications. The kernels on those applications are all custom built anyway.
Do you know anyone who uses Straight Talk? I'm out of contract in January 2014 and I'm contemplating buying the newest Nexus phone at that time and switching to Straight Talk. I worry about running over the "secret" 2GB data cap and getting cut off. There is good AT&T coverage where I live and work, so I was planning on buying an AT&T sim from ST.