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I would strongly prefer tabs and basic controls to remain on-screen in the first place.
Primary pleaders they are called sometimes by Congress. That is people who come before committees asking for some legislation that will benefit them directly.
Justifiably they are given a great dose of skepticism (but probably not enough).
Please, no more articles based on the writings of a primary pleader.
Go ask Saddam Hussein about that.
1, They haven't started digging yet. Still in the gum flapping stage.
2. Even if they do dig it, Nicaragua, not China will have the controlling interest. Nicaragua will.
3. China does NOT have anything like a blue water navy. There is no chance they could project force into Central America.
Next time try to get a better percentage of your facts right.
NOT Sonicwall!!! Gawd it SUX.
The less your UI has in common with that clusterfuck the better.
Lots of countries have turned off the internet within their borders. You can't route around a national border.
This is a complete non-story.
I actually kind of like the Surface2 for some tasks, since it's thin and light for a 10" tablet and has a nice keyboard and a really nice screen. I often use it as a second or tertiary screen while I'm working since it's pretty easy to drop in to an RDP session or open Office documents and it can deal with printers and scanners just as well as any Windows 8 PC. It's a genuine workplace tablet.
But web browsing on it BLOWS. Metro-IE has to be switched to desktop mode to make any configuration changes (say, changing your default search engine or adding a TPL), but desktop-IE's controls are too damned small to be used with a finger and switching back and forth is PITA as well. Tabs and favorites are a hassle in Metro mode. It's just too much an ugly duckling. Windows RT has another general purpose browser, UC Browser, but that doesn't really improve the user experience over Metro-IE.
I actually find myself using the Metro-based NewsBento for about 75% of the web browsing I do on my Surface2. NewsBento is an RSS reader, which takes care of most of my normal sort of reading, but that doesn't really help for quick searches. I otherwise get a better web browsing experience with Firefox on my 5" phone than on a 10" tablet with IE.
So anyway, I want a decent arm's length, touch interface browsing experience for the devices I have. Microsoft doesn't give it to me, and I've been holding out hope for Firefox (or to a lesser extent Google) to make something decent. Honestly, if the Surface2 had a decent web browser (and a better Metro-based local media player, though VLC was just released for Metro a couple days ago), it would be a vastly more credible general-purpose mobile device.
LOL. Like Panama has any ability to withstand a US military adventure. Nor does China have any ability to project force into Panama.
And no, the US is not giving up control over the internet. Fundamentally the internet infrastructure is controlled by the political bodies governing the countries it resides in. The US does not, and never did have control of the internet outside of the US.
US activities re confiscating domain names has been laughably ineffective because it's limited to US controlled TLDs.
Huh? Health care insurance is a way of socializing the risk of getting sick. I am in favor of the idea. But because of the socialization, people have a duty to society to minimize their risk of getting sick.
Rejecting vaccination is behaving irresponsibly. It's no different from taking other actions that could get your insurance cancelled, such as consistently driving recklessly.
Simply make them criminally liable for any other people who catch measles from them or their children.
Also revoke their health care coverage. And eliminate excused exemptions from vaccinations except when approved by a panel of doctors.
16 acres is going to supply 454 families?
Not even close.
Likely off by a factor of 50-100 or so.
Well, presidential limos generally have to be built to withstand a pretty powerful explosion going off underneath the car. Think IED mines.
This would be kinda dicey given this is exactly the location of greatest vulnerability of the Tesla with all that battery + stored energy also located along the bottom of the car. Even a moderate explosion could set off a nasty fire forcing the Prez to abandon his protection.
No, I do not think this is a very good idea. Much better to base it on a conventional design.