definitely get your own oxygen mask on securely; you're both going to need it.
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and i am as always impressed with your honesty and openness in approach to things.
My question regarding the firehose/submittal question has been sent to CmdrTaco. If i get a response, i will post it.
At 11:02 -0500 2006.12.04, Michael Mol wrote:
The "Submit" checkbox in journal writting is currently being
ignored---and treated as CHECKED.
That's not a bug, but a behavior change. Journal entries without a
checkbox are sent to the firehose, but come in at a lower score.
"Apple Computer on Monday posted to its website an update to Boot Camp, its software dual-boot solution designed to allow users of Intel-based Macs to install and run Microsoft's Windows operating system."
"However, the feature set listed on Apple's Boot Camp website is identical to that of previous versions, suggesting the only improvements are support for the latest Intel-based Macs — mainly the Core 2 Duo MacBook Pro.""
The machines built by competitor Nedap also broadcast readable signals, as shown by We don't trust voting computers. These have a shorter range (less than 10m). Nedap is working to reduce these emissions, and to remove any readable information from them. These modifications will be tested again before the election.
According to the letter (warning, PDF) written by minister Nicolai, there have been two investigations: one by the AIVD into reading votes remotely, and one by research lab TNO into hacking the machines themselves (changing the software etc.).
For the election, the machines will be sealed more thoroughly than before, and EPROMs will be replaced with ROMs. After the election, several hundred machines will be tested."