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1 ) This could've already happened.
2 ) How long would this be visible for?
Thankfully it reads 4.1.15-1.1381_SKYN12nnmp
I will be watching ever so closely for this build number and will be running to my bomb shelter when it comes.
That sounds soooooo familiar... I just can't place it...
Among other reasons, this article here.
Clearly they are monitoring this activity already, all they need to do is hit the "Give me random person from list of thousands" button and you're fucked.
Someone already commented about this.
Nope, still, and always was, that guy college kids watch.
I imagine because it costs more for Amazon to ship across borders, thus not stealing so much of the market share.
I do not know what The Source (They really called it that?) actually sells, but if it's the same as RS, then I bet they are looking at this with caution.
This is a prime example of why I went to school for history. It's filled with good laughs like this.
Solution: Move your residence.
Umm... This sounds like Physcis 101... Something traveling through a medium vs a vacuum will always be slower was one of the first lessons I learned
Then I should be able to flip this and say that, if and when I am able to reduce my "body frequency" I can walk through walls
Correct me if I'm wrong, please, I don't mind.
That being said, I was under the impression that - yes there are some laws/ordinances prohibiting (or outright banning) municipal broadband from happening - it was COST and MAINTENANCE of the actual infrastructure that was stopping these communities.