they make natural gas powered generators that are capable of powering your house when the power goes out.
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its more like over 50 nonillion addresses per person
I bought 10 USB cables for less than $25 shipped with 2 day shipping from Newegg
undoing wrong mod
turning the pages and scanning is childs play
I ran the numbers once myself. It does not cost a significant amount more to run the CPU at 100 pct versus idling the computer.
after a little autopager work, it looks great to me
They did a test and the beam vaporized like a 40 M long copper tube a mm wide or so.
Now they have a large graphite tube encased in like a foot of concrete to stop the beam and they scan the beam across it so it heats up evenly.
that is an awesome deal.
One thing to worry about with old P4 stuff is how much power it will use. Each of those uses probably $15 or more each month in electricity depending on where you live. It probably does not come out of your IT budget, but it still costs the company money.
I doubt with only 150 people they would want to spend the money to have a server at every office in case that offices link went down. I agree wholeheartedly that the level of redundancy talked about is overkill. Also will WWW, mail, DNS,
bit by bit
The OS stores a hash of the password on the hard drive.
When you log, in the OS calculates the hash of the password you typed and compares it to the one saved on the disk.
and UPS pays tax for that anyways.
I wonder if it is, I will have to ask my prof if there were any studies done on that.