is this a non-problem?
Go figure. http://zenmagnets.com/
Stop giving patent like protections to creative works. Either the work should be covered by patents, or it should be covered by copyrights, but not both. Currently we have both with the DMCA's "access controls mechanism" criteria.
There is no defense, like a good offense.
Tax avoidance? Do you even understand how taxes work?
Damn, where's the option to moderate Naive
As I said, I am highly ignorant on the capabilities of the above listed equipment; I would just like to know if one can kill several people at once with these devices, without reloading.
Depends on if the targets start shooting back
You can go to Walmart and purchase firearms and ammunition just about anytime, by anyone that can pass an instant background check here in Tennessee. Just as easy as buying any other tool that can be used to kill people.
My answer to that question is always, Sisko
To be quite honest, it's going to be a tough road ahead for you. Companies usually are not very accommodating of the types of requirements you have laid out. I would suggest looking for work with your municipal or state government. They are more open to special needs employees. That's going to be you best bet.
Something that did strike me as interesting is the requirement for a workweek of maybe 20-25 hours. Is this due to your mental disability or do you have other obligations in your life that would limit your ability to work? I would try to rectify that issue if possible, because even government jobs require that you work 37.5 hours a week. (Around here at least)
Best of luck.
I would trust Forrest Mims's engineering. Though I don't know his exact creationist beliefs, I most certainly would trust his science and engineering, regardless of his beliefs.
And you could echo control characters to open a new window. But it wasn't echo. I think the command name was 'display'. Used to know it by heart, now I'm old.
That's they way I recall it being presented in Steven Levy's hackers. (But it's been like 20 years since I read that book)
Names cannot be copyrighted. Trademarked, yes, copyrighted, no.